Indie Blues Rocker Zach Caruso Does Not Get Mad at Ex-Lovers – He Gets Even with New Album “Might Be The Rain”

Indie Blues Rocker Zach Caruso Does Not Get Mad at Ex-Lovers – He Gets Even with New Album “Might Be The Rain”

Saint Petersburg, Florida¬†— When it comes to getting screwed-over by women, singer/songwriter Zach Caruso doesn’t get mad, but he does get even with the release of his fourth album, “Might Be The Rain,” a sizzling set of eight high-impact blues-influenced rock tracks. Several of which, Caruso admits are craftily worded get-backs aimed at the women […]

Dr. Maya Angelou – 1928 – 2014

Dr. Maya Angelou – 1928 – 2014

Winston-Salem, NC…According to a statement released by Wake Forest University, North Carolina, a woman who helped inspire millions with her work as a poet, author, actress, civil rights activist and professor, Dr. Maya Angelou has passed away at the age of 86. In a statement released by her son, Guy B. Johnson, “Dr. Maya Angelou […]

Colton Hall Museum Seeking Artists for 2014 Music Series

Colton Hall Museum Seeking Artists for 2014 Music Series

Monterey, CA….The Colton Hall Museum and Cultural Arts Commission of the City of Monterey is calling for artists to perform as part of the year 2014 Colton Hall Music series. This year the performances will be presented the second Tuesday of January, February and March. The acoustic concerts are held on the second floor of […]

Boardwalk Continues Free Friday Night Bands on the Beach

Boardwalk Continues Free Friday Night Bands on the Beach

Santa Cruz, CA…The Santa Cruz Beach Boardwalk continues their free Friday Night Bands on the Beach. Bands making their first appearance at the Boardwalk this year include Y&T, War, Foghat, Cracker/Camper Van Beethoven, and ABC. Returning crowd pleasers include Eddie Money, The Tubes featuring Fee Waybill, Gin Blossoms, Berlin featuring Terri Nunn, Blue Oyster Cult, […]