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  • The Black Tibetans interview

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    The Black Tibetans live to Rock and Rock to live. It’s as simple as that.  Formed in Los Angeles back in 2011, Dinst (guitar/ vocals), Tammi Tibetan (bass) and Ryan KH (drums) combine elements of old-school Rock N Roll, surf, and punk with their motorcycle-centric culture to create their own “Rock N Roll Party” sound.  Recently, the band teamed up with Dan Auerbach of The Black Keys for their latest EP, The Nashville Session. Recorded in Nashville, the record is the band’s 3rd release, following their 2011 self-titled debut album and a 7-inch EP, “It’s Me / Away” recorded in 2013 at Rancho de la Luna with Dave Catching (Eagles of Death Metal, Queens of the Stone Age).

  • KL II interview

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    Drawn together by immense passion for the music they love and letting that passion flood into the music they both write and perform, World's Best Band KLII provides not just candy for the ear, but a full Rock n Roll experience for the soul. .

  • Alvin Taylor interview

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    Alvin Taylor is a professional drummer, record producer who has worked with Billy Preston, Elton John and Eric Burdon .

  • Tom Guerra interview

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    Since the late 1970s, Tom Guerra has been a popular guitarist on the New England club circuit, playing with a host of leading blues, rock n' roll and R&B acts. Influenced by Rory Gallagher, Paul Kossoff, Jimmy Page, Keith Richards, Ronnie Wood, Muddy Waters, Buddy Guy, and Joe Walsh, Guerra first gained notoriety after being featured in Guitar Player magazine (3/91). Over the years, Guerra has recorded or played with Rick Derringer, The Dirty Bones Blues Band', Max Weinberg, Mark Nomad, Sticky Fingers (for which Tom wrote and arranged original music for the group's debut cd), The Easton Brothers with Muddy Waters bassist Charles Calmese, Jai Johanny "Jaimoe" Johanson from The Allman Brothers Band, Second Son, Guitar Shorty, Adolph Jacobs of The Coasters, Kenny Aaronson, and The Delrays, for which he received acclaim from Buddy Guy

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