Month: May 2022

Ellen DeGeneres is ending her show after 19 seasons … and to celebrate her last episode ever, we’ve put together some of the standout celeb moments during her epic run. Over nearly 2 decades, Ellen undoubtedly made a huge impact on daytime television … sharing laughs, stunts and tears with her special guests, some of
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Agony In The Garden’s inception occurred on April of 2013 as a one man band with singer/songwriter multi-instrumentalist Mack Perry writing and recording all of Agony’s music. Releasing a debut four song EP, “Where Olympus Dwells,” in May, 2015. In Feb. 2016 Mack and Clint Lowery of Grammy Nominated Sevendust co-wrote 3 tracks. In September
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Project Grand Slam’s run as one of the best all-around bands working today, regardless of genre, has flown under the mainstream radar. That’s not necessarily a bad thing. Project Grand Slam, as a result, has dictated their artistic terms in a way few acts can or do, plays where they want to play, and controls
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Diversely appointed with strings electric and acoustic the same, striking pastoral vocal harmonies, and a touch of percussion for lyrical nudging where necessary, there isn’t a dull moment to behold in The Act American Trio’s The True North EP. Whether they’re taking their time with a groove, like in “Whole Lotta Livin,” or punching something a
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