Danny Worsnop — “Ain’t Feeling Sorry”
Danny Worsnop — “Best Bad Habit”
Danny Worsnop — “Little Did I Know”
Powerman 5000: “Whip It” (Devo cover)
Amerakin Overdose: “ET” (Katy Perry cover)
Rasputina: “Bad Moon Rising” (Creedence Clearwater Revival cover)
The 69 Cats: “People Are Strange” (The Doors cover)
The 69 Cats: “Runaway” (Del Shannon cover)
The 69 Cats: “Werewolves of London” (Warren Zevon cover)
Theory of a Deadman — “Nothing Could Come Between Us”
This is the Alabama edition! We have a lot of talent in my home state and I wanted to share it with the rest of you!
1. Common Rarity
Self-proclaimed “alternative odd rock.” I discovered these guys when I added bassist JD Smalley on Facebook. (I always check out my FB friends’ bands.) For fans of The Cure, The Clash, The Smashing Pumpkins, etc. Common Rarity is currently working on their second album and booking shows to spread their brand of rock.
2. By All Means
Rock/Alternative/Heavy Metal. For fans of Sevendust, Shinedown, Tremonti, etc. By All Means have released the Buried EP, which you can hear on their official site or Soundcloud.
3. Burn the Harlot
Hard Rock/Heavy Metal. For fans of Skindred, Avenged Sevenfold, Alice in Chains, etc. Burn the Harlot’s album Calm Before the Storm is now available!
4. All or Nothing
Alternative/Metal. For fans of Escape the Fate, Black Veil Brides, Rise Against, etc. All or Nothing just released their self-titled EP, available on Spotify and iTunes. Listen to “Napalm” and “Mauled By Jackalopes” here:
5. Who Shot Lizzy?
Southern Rock/Country. I am familiar with Who Shot Lizzy? because of Roger Jones, who is an extremely talented musician that spans multiple genres. For fans of Zac Brown Band, David Allan Coe, Eric Church, etc. Who Shot Lizzy? is playing in Lyons, Georgia, at Kerrigan’s Lounge, July 5th — 7th.
I became familiar with The Lacs when they played some shows with Atlanta natives Almost Kings. They are an interesting — and fun — mix of country and hip-hop (“hick hop”).
The Lacs have described their new single as an anthem for riding high and living low. Check out “Willie Nelson,” featuring Nate Kenyon. The new album Dirt Rock will be available on May 4th!
1. The Relentless: “Personal Jesus” (Depeche Mode cover)
2. The Relentless: “Nights in White Satin” (The Moody Blues cover)
3. The Relentless: “Hey Hey, My My” (Neil Young/Crazy Horse cover)
Traveling Wilburys — “Handle With Care”