Author Archives: MDuffy
Posted: April 28, 2014
We offered a list of five great Gretsch movie moments a few months back. Since there’s plenty more where they came from, however, here are a few more great Gretsch cinematic appearances.
Directed by Richard Lester, Help!, was the second feature film from the Beatles. The comedy adventure’s plot was based around the band running up against an evil cult that was about to sacrifice a woman to the goddess Kaili. Unfortunately, the woman in question is not wearing the sacrificial ring. Guess who has the ring stuck on their finger? Beatles drummer Ringo Starr.
We won’t spoil the rest of the flick for you, but it should be noted that there were several musical performances during Help!, as well, and the soundtrack was even released as an album. Most notably during a performance of “You’re Going to Lose That Girl” in the film, George Harrison is seen strumming a Country Gentleman.
Posted: April 23, 2014
Led by frontman/songwriter Mark Kasprzyk, the quartet ran through “Born to Rise” and “Devil’s Dance,” both of which appear on 2013′s rocking album Irons in the Fire.
Check out both tracks below and visit Redlight King’s official Facebook page for more information.
Posted: April 15, 2014
Having released the album Rev on Jan. 21 via Victory Records, Reverend Horton Heat recently debuted a music video for the track “Scenery Going By.”
The clip surely lives up to the song’s title, as live footage of the band is cut with scenes of their travels, whether it is the view from a car window or a line of fans waiting for autographs.
Behold all the scenery in the video below.
Posted: April 1, 2014
That’s just what Ellefson and Bello did, with the recent release of Altitudes & Attitude’s debut three-song EP.
The two bassists wrote each track and played both guitar and bass, with support from drummer Jeff Friedl of A Perfect Circle.
To get a taste of the new music, check out the video for “Tell the World” below.
Posted: March 28, 2014
The black-and-white clip depicts the band in the studio, jamming out to this string-driven tune. Watch Moe. in action after the jump. (more…)