Reviews

Memoir of a Roadie – a book review

3 days ago, I received an email from Joel Miller about Memoir of a Roadie. Hello, The other day my book Memoir of a Roadie hit #1 on Amazon in the categories of biographies. It’s still there! I would love the opportunity to send you the book for review. The book is my autobiography about…

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Rattle Clack Compilation 2020

The Pennsylvania Rock Show is pleased to release this special episode, where we chat with members from each band featured on the Rattle Clack Compilation 2020 disc. You can get a copy of the physical disc from one of the bands, or order it online. We talk about the tracks a tad bit out of…

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New EP from Shatterglass: Down with that Sick-ness

Just when you thought there couldn’t possibly be a rock anthem for the Summer of Pandemia, Florida throws the world a curve ball. Timing couldn’t be better for “Sick,” the latest EP from Shatterglass released July 1st. Get ready to power stance and bang your head. You may need Tylenol. No judgement. It’s been a…

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Black and Gold Christmas

I recently had a chance to sit down and interview Chip and Maleena Dominick from Chip and the Charge Ups, as well as, Brian Gulish the Vice President, Marketing & Communications for the Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank. We talked about the new collaboration by Chip and the Charge Ups and local vocalists: Liz Berlin…

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Build the Scene & the Pennsylvania Rock Show’s coverage of Rock for Life 20

Light ‘Em Up – Ratrod

Philadelphia rockers “Ratrod” have dropped their scorcher of an album “Light ‘Em Up” and are looking to melt faces. Featuring a very grass roots style of rock ranging from the Aussie yarl of AC/DC to the smooth delivery of Grand Funk Railroad and John Cougar….I think it’s needless to say it’s time to shut off…

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Black Ridge – A Good Time To Go

Feeling like taking a shot of nostalgia based with a good dose of the blues? Pittsburgh rock group “Black Ridge” have recently dropped their newest batch of tunes aptly titled “Good Time To Go”. “Good Time to Go” serves as a pseudo-retro rock record of sorts. Crisp, clean production with just enough grit to drive…

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