Great White Gives Back:?Rock Out For Ovarian Cancer 2008 June 4, 2008 Celina, Ohio By JEN X ? Patty Selhorst had a request, and before she passed away on June 4, 2007 from ovarian cancer she made that request clear to her family: raise funds for research and raise awareness of the disease. On June […]
Author: Jason Price
? By JASON PRICE ? This is a man who needs little introduction. If you have listened to music or turned on the TV in the past twenty plus years, it is obvious that the pop culture landscape has become intertwined with his classics. He is one of the few icons of the early days […]
Who or what is a Bumblefoot, you ask? At first glance, your trusty dictionary will describe it as “Ulcerative Pododermatitis: an infection found on the feet of birds of prey and rodents.” Well class, throw those textbooks out the window because the Bumblefoot we will be discussing today is much more complex than that. Bumblefoot […]
? By JASON PRICE ? It wasn?t long ago when the sounds of n?-metal were breathing life into the stale, struggling rock scene of the late ?90s and early 2000s. But as with any fad, it didn?t take long for the industry to figure out the formula and dilute the scene by churning out clones […]
For more than 15 years, The Donnas have brought their unique brand of balls-out rock n’ roll to the masses. These lovely, yet hard-rocking ladies are currently on tour supporting their seventh studio album, Bitchin’, on the latest leg of their “Feather the Nation Tour.” Jason Price of Live-Metal.Net recently caught up with guitarist Allison Robertson when the band stopped in New York City. She tells us all about how the band has managed to remain such a tight unit for so long, what it is like to perform alongside one of there biggest idols (Stephen Pearcy of RATT) and clues us in on the future of the band. Allison pulls no punches and quickly proves The Donnas are more than just a bunch of pretty faces.
Telsa: America’s Band Live at Piere’s Entertainment Center March 1st, 2008 Fort Wayne, Indiana By Jen X The temperature outside might have been below freezing, but it was scorching hot inside Piere’s Entertainment Center in Fort Wayne, Ind., with a packed floor and upper deck. Tesla was hitting the stage once again, stopping by on […]
An acoustic evening with Shaw Blades November 26, 2007 Rams Head Tavern Annapolis, Maryland By JASON PRICE Well over a decade ago, MTV brought us the acclaimed Unplugged series. VH1 followed suit with the breakthrough series Storytellers. Now seasoned rockers Jack Blades and Tommy Shaw have bottled the magic of these landmark series and taken […]
? By JASON PRICE ? Some voices come along every so often that define a genre and even a generation. As time passes, the voices that once ruled the airwaves as the gold standard seem to fade and even the genres they once inspired seem to have little creative life left in them. Luckily for […]
Sebastian Bach is a man who needs no introduction. With more than two decades in the limelight, no one embodies the spirit of rock n’ roll quite like him. This jack-of-all-trades has run the gamut from rock frontman, to Broadway actor to reality TV star and back again. Bach is now ready to return to his metal roots and unleash his latest project. Jason Price of Live-Metal.net recently sat down with Bach to talk about what lies in store for fans on Angel Down, the evolution of the album, the re-emergence of W. Axl Rose and the burdens of being an unofficial mouthpiece for Gun N’ Roses.