Interview- Jim Crean

Jim Crean
Hair Nation/Jim Crean Band
Carmine & Vinny Appice Drum Wars


When one thinks about the local music scene in western New York, one of the first names that comes to mind is Jim Crean from Hair Nation. Crean has been rocking bars and niteclubs in the Buffalo area since the eighties. He has opened many a show for such national acts as Bret Michaels, Slaughter, Dokken just to name a few. Crean has played in almost every venue in town that mattered over the years including every Rock N’ Roll Heaven location there ever was (and there’s been plenty). We recently caught up with him and talked about things past, present and future. Continue reading

Interview- Gunnar Nelson

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Gunnar Nelson
Interviewed on October 18, 2013
By: Joseph Suto

The Ricky Nelson Remembered show will hit the Fallsview Casino October 24-30. For ticket information click here


We recently caught up with Gunnar Nelson and he filled us in on all that he and his twin brother Matthew are currently up to. Matthew and Gunnar Nelson are proudly touring and playing Ricky Nelson songs in a format in which Gunnar called a “we’re not doing a tribute show, we’re doing a celebration, our Dad was our best friend.” He also called it a high-energy rock show meets an A&E Biography. This is one show you will not want to miss. Gunnar also revealed what their upcoming plans in 2014 entail. Continue reading

2013 Interview- Avril Lavigne


Avril Lavigne
Interviewed September 25, 2013
By: Joseph Suto





Avril Lavigne literally burst onto the scene out of nowhere in 2002 with her debut release Let Go. Let Go skyrocketed up the charts all the way to number 2 in the U.S. on the strength of her three top ten singles “Complicated,” “Sk8er Boi” and “I’m With You.” Her second release Under My Skin reached number one Continue reading

Interview- Buckcherry’s Keith Nelson

Keith Nelson

Interviewed: August 12, 2013
By: Joseph Suto


Buckcherry are one of the hardest working bands out on the live circuit today. Their relentless touring schedule along with their ability to never play the same show twice has earned them praise from both critics and fans alike. They also managed to put out  some very good records and their latest release Confessions is no exceptionWe recently sat down with guitarist Keith Nelson and asked him about a variety of things. Continue reading

Interview- John Corabi

John Corabi
Mötley Crüe
The Scream
Interviewed on July 2, 2013
By: Joseph Suto


The first thing people remember when they hear the name John Corabi is his stint in Mötley Crüe in the mid nineties. He told me himself about how many people come up to him and ask him about what he has been up to since leaving Mötley. Well the real fans know he was in Union with Bruce Kulick. After that he played guitar in Ratt for over a period of eight years. John recently released a solo album entitled simply Unplugged and recently opened a bunch of solo shows for Cinderella frontman Tom Keifer. Let’s see what he has to say as he is never one lost for words.

Also a friendly reminder that John will be live at Braun’s Concert Cove on July 24th as part of the Mike Tramp Extravaganza. Click here for more info. Continue reading

Interview- Geoff Tate (Queensrÿche)

Geoff Tate
Interviewed on June 6, 2013
By: Joseph Suto

Geoff Tate is currently on the road with Queensrÿche, celebrating the twenty-fifth year of the 1988 epic release of perhaps the greatest concept album of all-time, Operation: Mindcrime. Having released the thirteenth studio album in the band’s long history Frequency Unknown, we recently caught up with Geoff in between shows to find out answers to questions we had. Continue reading