Tag Archives: Danny Coleman

Generation Axe at Red Bank, NJ’s Count Basie Theatre

Review by Danny Coleman + Photos by Tom Callan Generation Axe Cuts Through Red Bank’s Count Basie Theater May 9, 2016 | Red Bank, NJ – Generation Axe has perhaps been the best kept secret in the rock world; playing to sold out or nearly sold out venues while flying seemingly under the radar. Comprised of five of the world’s greatest shredders,Generation Axe is the stuff one may only ... Read More »

Radio Exile Takes “No Pity on the Highway” or Anywhere Else With Debut Release

Review by Danny Coleman Radio Exile is a five member unit comprised of veteran musicians whose current successes not only reflect years of dedication to their individual crafts but are also a testament to their perseverance and talents. Their self-titled debut disc leaves no doubt as to their influences and what they were trying to accomplish; fantastic, hard drivin’ rock ... Read More »

Bill Engvall Older, Wiser and Ready to Revisit The Past

Interview by Danny Coleman “Tour? I’ve been on tour since 1980. I’m on the road all of the time,” says observational comedian and “Blue Collar Comedy Tour” alumnus Bill Engvall as he discussed his upcoming April 15 Appearance at the Bergen PAC in Englewood, NJ. “The difference this time is that I spent my career talking about my wife and ... Read More »

Martin Barre (s) It All With a Quick Tour of The East Coast

“It’s quite nice actually, I’ve had a quiet couple of months and I was offered a special gig in Switzerland but I needed three hours worth of music. I needed to start writing again and I took the gig and then I realized; I better get my brain in gear,” says the legendary Jethro Tull guitarist Martin Barre with a laugh as he discussed his ... Read More »

There’s No Pity On This Highway as Radio Exile Busts Out of the Gates

By Danny Coleman “We put this thing together two years ago. Our drummer Dave and I have been friends since high school, I ran into him and said, “We’re getting up in age; remember how we’ve always said we need to do something? Well, we need to do something,” then we added Chandler and the three of us hit it ... Read More »

Edgar Winter Still Has A Lot of Spring in His Step

The danger of seeing classic rock icons far past their heyday is that one tends to remember what they were then; instead of what they are now. Some disappoint because they don’t play their greatest hit or have just lost the zeal to perform and others, well, others like Edgar Winter; they come to play. Winter’s recent performance at Manhattan’s ... Read More »