Tuesday, April 29, 2014





Since launching his Doxy label in 2006 with the Grammy-nominated studio album Sonny, Please, the great tenor saxophonist Sonny Rollins has been turning to his vast archive of his own concert recordings to compile superior performances for release in Doxy’s acclaimed Road Shows series. The selections in Volume 1 (2008) spanned nearly 30 years and included a trio track from the saxophonist’s 50th-anniversary Carnegie Hall concert, while Volume 2 (2011) focused primarily on his epic 80th-birthday concert at New York’s Beacon Theatre.

Road Shows, vol. 3, to be released May 6 as part of a distribution agreement with Sony Music Masterworks and its jazz imprint OKeh, draws its six tracks from concerts recorded between 2001 and 2012 in Saitama, Japan; Toulouse, Marseille, and Marciac, France; and St. Louis, Missouri. “Patanjali,” a recent-vintage Rollins composition, is given its debut recording on the new disc. The performances, says Rollins, “present parts of me I want to have presented.”


On May 5 at 12:00 noon EDT, Rollins will expand his forays into social-media territory (and CD promotion) by participating in an unprecedented video conference, “Sonny Rollins Meets His Fans,” broadcast live on YouTube and Google+. Ten members of Sonny’s global community of listeners and fellow musicians, chosen from the winners of a video contest on his Facebook page, will interact with Sonny, one by one, in real-time video, utilizing Google’s popular Hangout platform. Immediately after the live broadcast, the program will be available for viewing on demand on Sonny’s web site and Facebook page. In addition to the ten guests (each of whom will receive a copy of Road Shows, vol. 3), moderator Bret Primack will be choosing questions from Google+ viewers. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WOmclIi0CnU

“As one of the few jazz musicians able to fashion a career exclusively as a concert artist,” writes Bob Blumenthal in his CD notes, “[Rollins] has made his appearances events that blend the soul-baring seriousness of a ‘classical’ recital with the participatory release of a music that has always drawn on various kinds of call and response. At his best, which Rollins presents to us here and in the previous Road Shows, he rides the spontaneity of the moment into unique collections of moods, grooves, and feelings.”

Road Shows’ material reflects an artist who has become as enthralled by narrative lines as melodic. Noel Coward’s “Someday I’ll Find You” - which he first recorded on 1958’s Freedom Suite and then on Sonny, Please - takes him back to his boyhood days, when it was the theme for the long-running radio show, Mr. Keen, Tracer of Lost Persons.

The infectious “Biji,” introduced on the 1995 album, Sonny +3, was written “back in the days when guys had nicknames like Rahsaan and Famoudou. I adopted Brung Biji as mine. It was sort of African style.”

Patanjali” is named after the sage whose Yoga Sutras, he says, lay down everything you need to know” about a discipline and philosophy that “has helped me get through life and kept me trying to be a better human being.”

The nearly 24-minute rendering of Jerome Kern and Oscar Hammerstein II’s masterwork, “Why Was I Born,” is as moving as it is breathtaking - a monument to Rollins’s emotional powers. He won a 2006 Grammy for his version of it on Without a Song: The 9/11 Concert, performing it in Boston five days after the terrorist attack on New York, which forced him to evacuate his apartment.

“I’ve played it a lot,” he says. “So I was wondering whether I should put it out again. I decided to because it captured me going in certain directions I felt needed to be put on record. I actually had two versions to choose from. On one of them, everything was quite clean. On this one, I played something I might be the only one who likes. But I liked the groove and a lot of other things. It represents Sonny Rollins at a certain point of creation." 

Rounding out the program, there’s an eight-minute, stand-alone cadenza taken from a 2009 St. Louis show and a brief, album-closing dose of his perennial crowd-pleaser, “Don’t Stop the Carnival.”

Road Shows, vol. 3 was produced by Rollins and his longtime engineer, Richard Corsello. Trombonist Clifton Anderson and bassist Bob Cranshaw are heard throughout, joined on selected tracks by pianist Stephen Scott; guitarists Bobby Broom and Peter Bernstein; drummers Kobie Watkins, Perry Wilson, Steve Jordan, and Victor Lewis; and percussionists Kimati Dinizulu and Sammy Figueroa. “All of these people in my bands are top of the line in their own right,” says Rollins. “It’s a privilege and pleasure to play with them.” 

Sony Music Masterworks comprises Masterworks, Sony Classical, OKeh, Portrait, Masterworks Broadway, and Flying Buddha imprints. For email updates and information, please visit www.SonyMasterworks.com.

Rob Zombie Set To Invade WVOX's Metal Mayhem This Friday

558866_10151821607463323_16209690_nThe Zombie attack is headed directly to WVOX.com's Metal Mayhem show this Friday, May 2nd at 7:30pm EST as jock Matt O'Shaughnessy unleashes wickedly popular film director, musician, screenwriter and film producer ROB ZOMBIE live on his New York area radio show heard worldwide at WVOX.com and locally on 1460 AM.

A founding member of 80's pioneering White Zombie, Rob will talk with Matt O'Shaughnessy about his latest album, Venomous Rat Regeneration Vendor, current US headline tour which comes to Portchester, NY's The Capitol Theatre on May 7th, his upcoming appearance at the Sweden Rock Festival in June and more.

Venomous-Rat-Regeneration-vendorZombie's latest film is The Lords Of Salem which was released in 2013, with others including House Of 1000 Corpses, Halloween II, and The Haunted World Of El Superbeasto.

Fans will have the chance to win copies of his latest album and tickets to Rob Zombie's Portchester, NY show during the broadcast.

"Zombie on Metal Mayhem...This could well be our most over-the-top, power-packed show this year!" says host, Matt O'Shaughnessy.


Thursday, April 24, 2014

High Gain Classic – Limited 15th Anniversary Edition by our Custom Shop


To celebrate Fargen Custom Shop’s 15th year of crafting some the worlds finest USA-built tube guitar amplifiers, we introduce the limited edition red/white/blue High Gain Classic 50. We have pulled out all the stops and rolled 15 years of high gain Custom Shop builds into this 15 piece exclusive run of amps. Classic rock through pure Molten Metal Lava only scratches the tonal surface of what this modern masterpiece can achieve. Classic 3 x 12AX7 preamp gain staging, 12AX7 tube buffered FX loop with true bypass switch, foot switchable dual master volume coupled with a 50 watt classic 2 x 6CA4/EL34 power amp… the search for the ultimate powerhouse is over! Available in red, white or blue tolex, in limited editions of 5 pieces of each color.


MSRP $3,499 head, $1,699 matching 2 x 12 extension cabinet.

  • 12AX7 tube buffered FX loop with true bypass switch
  • Foot switchable dual master volume (rhythm/lead)
  • Custom 50W transformer set
  • SoZo vintage style mustard capacitors
  • Fargen Custom Shop resistors
  • DC Filaments for ultra quiet operation
  • 1/8′′ aluminum chassis for the true vintage British amp sound
  • Color Options:
  • Vintage elephant red (5)
  • Vintage bone (5)
  • Vintage deep blue (5)
  • Weight: 38lbs.
  • Output Power: 50 watts
  • Tube Complement: (4) 12AX7, (2) 6CA7/EL34
  • Will also run KT66,KT77,6550,6L6
  • Class – Push Pull AB (Vintage Plexi )
  • Front Panel Layout & Equalization – Volume, Master 1, Master 2, Treble, Bass, Mid, Presence


On June 21st, 800 Cities Worldwide Celebrate Music and it’s Magic- Be Part Of It !

The world¹s largest annual music event, unified as the Make Music Day celebration (www.makemusicday.org), will be held on the summer solstice‹June 21st. This international event began in France as Fête de la Musique, and now takes place in 800 cities across 110 countries. This year the number of participating cities in the U.S. will double to nearly 20, including the additions of major markets such as Austin, Nashville and Boston. Celebrations of music will also be taking place in New York, Los Angeles, Chicago and Philadelphia.  A full list of all participating cities can be found at www.makemusicday.org

What started in France more than 30 years ago has become a global phenomenon with millions of musicians of all styles and skill levels coming out each year to perform for the public. This year¹s daylong musical free-for-all is the largest to date as it continues the mass celebration of music in all its forms‹encouraging absolutely everyone to join together and play.

This year NAMM¹s Mass Appeal, a series of events supported by the National Association of Music Merchants and its members, provides people across the country with the opportunity to make music. This includes people who have never touched an instrument playing and learning alongside experienced musicians. Among this year¹s all-inclusive events are multi-person harmonica and ukulele circles, free guitar lessons, an ensemble of 100 saxophones, traveling sing-alongs and drum-offs. These are a few of the thousands of events in the U.S. and the hundreds of thousands worldwide all taking place in unison on the longest day of the year.

On June 21, from morning to night, people of all ages, creeds, and musical persuasions ‹ from hip hop to opera, Latin jazz to punk rock ‹ perform on streets, sidewalks, stoops, plazas, parks and stores. From high school bands to marquee names, this celebration is open to absolutely anyone who wants to participate.

A few of the music making events that took place at Make Music Day in 2013:

Additional information on the events can me found at www.makemusicday.org. Event special guests and spokespeople will be announced in early June. 


About Make Music Day

Held on June 21st, Make Music is part of the international Fête de la Musique, taking place in 800 cities across 110 countries. The daylong musical free-for-all celebrates music in all its forms, encouraging people to band together and play in free public concerts. This year, twenty US cities are organizing Make Music celebrations, encompassing thousands of concerts nationwide. For more information, please visit makemusicday.org.

About NAMM
The National Association of Music Merchants (NAMM) is the not-for-profit association with a mission to strengthen the $17 billion music products industry and promote the pleasures and benefits of making music. NAMM's activities and programs are designed to promote music making to people of all ages. NAMM is comprised of approximately 9,000 Member companies located in more than 92 countries. For more information about NAMM or the proven benefits of making music, interested parties can visit www.namm.org, call 800.767.NAMM (6266) or follow the organization on Facebook, Twitter and YouTube.

Drumerica™ National Competition For Young Drummers Kicks Off July 1st.

DRUMERICA_Full ColorOver $20,000 in prizes and a professional recording session await today’s top young drummers.

To celebrate the current crop of talented, young, American drummers— and

to create more of them— leading drum, accessory and media companies have joined together to announce the first annual Drumerica™ online video contest for teen drummers.

Drumerica is set to take place over the upcoming summer break (July and August, 2014) and is open to 13-18 year-old boys and girls who are current residents of the U.S.A. To enter, contestants simply choose one of six official play-along tracks provided by “Groove Essentials” and “Turn It Up & Lay It Down”, record a video, upload it to YouTube and sign-up for free on the Drumerica.us website.

First, second and third place winners will receive $1000’s in prizes, including drums, accessories and a one-week, professional recording session (not including travel and lodging) from primary sponsors Crush, KAT Percussion, TRX/CRX, Evans, Promark, Modern Drummer and Desert Rock Sound Studios. Alternative Press, Drum Fun, Drum Guru, Drumlite, Cympad, Kickport, Bass Plate, Direct Sound, Gator, Hudson Music, Jamhub and Puresound are also providing product and media support.

The top “Drumericans” will be selected by judging panels made up of world-famous drummers, leading drum educators and top drum industry professionals, including Tommy Igoe (Groove Essentials), Arin Ilejay (Avenged Sevenfold), Kent Slucher (Luke Bryan), “Big” Mike Clemons (Israel Houghton) and others. Winners will be chosen based on drumming skill, showmanship and musicality.

In addition, random weekly drawings and simultaneous “fan” contests on Drumerica’s social media will occur throughout the contest for prizes such as hats, shirts, keys, sticks, heads and educational media.

The Drumerica national contest for young drummers officially opens for entries on July 1, 2014 and closes on August 1, 2014. All entries must include a video performance of an official track. A preliminary group of 25 finalists will be announced on August 9 and the 1st, 2nd and 3rd place winners will be announced on August 16.

Additional sponsors and judges will be announced as they are confirmed. For further information and a complete list of rules and prizes visit www.drumerica.us and follow us on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and YouTube.

VALLENFYRE announces exclusive Decibel Magazine flexi disc–Highly Anticipated Release

VALLENFYRE continues the run of Century Media artists supporting Decibel Magazine with an exclusive flexi disc track called "The Great Divide", taken from the Splinters album recording session. If you missed the WATAIN, DARK TRANQUILLITY, PARADISE LOST and NAPALM DEATH flexi discs, it's now time to finally subscribe to Decibel Magazine by 9AM EST on May 6- your subscription starts with the issue containing this exclusive VALLENFYRE flexi disc: http://store.decibelmagazine.com/collections/subscriptions-renewals/products/subscription

VALLENFYRE's Greg Mackintosh (vocals/lead guitars) comments: "'The Great Divide' is a song about corrupt, greedy figureheads sending brainwashed youths to kill and be killed in wars, mainly just to further these leaders' clandestine plans. Musically it is quite a dissonant, full on song to reflect the subject matter."

Best known as a founding member of UK gothic metal pioneers PARADISE LOST, Greg Mackintosh transformed the anger and sadness ensuing the loss of his father into VALLENFYRE's death/doom/crust debut, A Fragile King (2011). This heartfelt and cathartic release is now followed-up by the even more abrasive and extreme second full-length, Splinters. Inspired by the likes of HELLHAMMER/CELTIC FROST, AUTOPSY, ANTISECT, DISCHARGE, NIHILIST, early NAPALM DEATH, early BATHORY, and CONFLICT, VALLENFYRE continues to dig deep into the roots of extreme music-- yet due to Greg's infallible song-writing skills, as well as the crushing sound courtesy of producer Kurt Ballou (CONVERGE, BLACK BREATH, BEASTMILK), Splinters is far from mere nostalgia.

Splinters will be released on May 12th in Europe and on May 13th in North America via Century Media Records. For a preview of Splinters, be sure to check out these previously released tracks:

"Scabs": https://soundcloud.com/centurymedia/vallenfyre-scabs

"Odious Bliss": https://soundcloud.com/centurymedia/vallenfyre-odious-bliss

To pre-order the album in various formats, head over to CM Distro: www.smarturl.it/vallenfyreCMD


Greg Mackintosh (PARADISE LOST) - Vocals and Lead Guitars

Hamish Glencross (MY DYING BRIDE) - Rhythm and Lead Guitars



VALLENFYRE online: - www.vallenfyre.co.uk  / www.facebook.com/Vallenfyre



End of Man
Boris Records
Release Date: May 31st,  2014


Boris Records will release the End of Man vinyl 7” from Atlanta Black Metal Force HELLGOAT on May 31. The ultimate black metal attack has been unearthed with End of Man, the band’s seventh official offering and first on Boris Records.

End of Man is a return to form for HELLGOAT, and is only a taste of what’s to come from Atlanta’s own Satanic Terrorist Cult. This limited edition 7” blasts forth with two tracks of pure Satanism. The inevitable chill you’ll feel down your spine during “Demonic Worship of the Horned Beast” won’t go away until Satan himself is satisfied. The title track finishes the job with a furious assault as it leaves you wanting more blasphemy.


HELLGOAT formed in 2004 with the release of a self-titled demo CD. After several more demos the first full-length album Blasphemy From Serpent Tongues is released in 2005. A hand full of live shows would follow in the next years. In 2011 Death Conquers All is released on Graveless Slumber Records. A short U.S. tour is conducted that same year. Anointed in Blood and Ash is released and more touring takes place. HELLGOAT will continue touring as well as writing a new album due in 2014.



IK Multimedia and Orange® Amps Announce "Tiny Terror" Giveaway

IK Multimedia and Orange® Amps Announce "Tiny Terror" Giveaway thru April 30th, 2014!

One Week Remaining!

In celebration of the new AmpliTube Orange Models available for iOS; IK and Orange are giving out $2200 in prizes for musicians!

IK Multimedia, the global leader in digital modeling technology, announced a collaboration with Orange Amplification® to kick off the exciting release of AmpliTube Orange for iPhone/iPad by giving musicians the chance to win over $2200 in hardware and software music creation prizes! Entries will be accepted on the IK Multimedia website through April 30th, 2014!

"We've been creating amp-modeling gear for over 12 years now and you have GOT to hear it to believe us when we say: this is the best one yet - AmpliTube Orange is a real-time mobile Orange amplifier and effects studio featuring digital models of 5 classic and modern Orange guitar amplifiers and one Orange bass amplifier. Each amp and cab model has been meticulously recreated, both visually and in sound to deliver spot-on Orange tone any time, everywhere."

Davide Barbi, CTO IK Multimedia.


Prize package #1, $1400 in value:

  • Tiny Terror amp head: The original Lunchbox amplifier, Value: $599.99
  • AmpliTube Orange for iPhone/iPod touch or AmpliTube Orange for iPad real-time mobile Orange Amps and Effects, Value: $14.99 each
  • AmpliTube Orange: The official Orange amp & cab collection for Mac/PC, Value: $99.99
  • iLoud: The first studio-quality portable speaker designed for musicians and audiophiles, Value: $299.99
  • iLoud Travel Bag: The gig bag for iLoud, Value: $39.99
  • iRig HD: High-quality digital guitar interface for iPhone, iPod touch, iPad and Mac, Value: $99.99
  • iRig BlueBoard: Bluetooth MIDI pedal board for iPhone, iPod touch, iPad and Mac, Value: $99.99
  • iRig: Guitar & instrument interface adapter for iPhone, iPod touch and iPad, Value: $39.99
  • iLine: Mobile music cable kit, Value: $59.99
  • Book of Orange: A book about the history of Orange Amplification, Value: $49.99

Secondary Prize Package, over $800 in total value:

  • AmpliTube Orange for iPhone/iPod touch or iPad
  • AmpliTube Orange for Mac/PC
  • iLoud
  • iLoud Travel Bag
  • iRig HD
  • iRig BlueBoard
  • iRig
  • iLine
  • Book of Orange

The "Tiny Terror" is an amp for both the studio and the stage; the original "Lunchbox" amp with more than 30,000 units sold. All valve, 15-watt portable guitar head. Featuring a unique two stage preamp which has a massive tonal range using just three controls. When driven, this little amp has almost as much gain as most four stage lead channels! The Tiny Terror puts a lot of high-priced, boutique amps to shame with its clean crunch to full on overdrive sounds. At mid gain settings this valve head has masses of vintage British character; the Tiny Terror has been built to the same rugged specification as the bigger Orange amps and its portability makes it perfect for gigging around town or rehearsing. The Tiny Terror switches from 15 to 7 watts for studio use and recording.

For a chance to win, please visit the IK website entry page. Entries will be accepted no later than April 30, 2014, midnight EST. Winners will randomly be selected on May 2, 2014 and IK Multimedia will notify the winner via email.

For more information about AmpliTube Orange, please visit: www.ikmultimedia.com/orange
For more information about IK's range of interfaces and accessories for iPhone, iPad, iPod touch and Mac/PC, please visit www.ikmultimedia.com/interfaces



Monday, April 21, 2014


The Dad behind the music: JUDD STEELE

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Lisablog picInterviewed By: Lisa "Sunshine" Svelnys

LA Rock Correspondent: Xombiewoof Magazine

Host: Hollywood Rock Underground TV

First getting my attention last fall through production work and video by a friend in real life, and Facebook, Foni (Live Guerillas Entertainment), I began becoming intrigued by STEREO LOVE. When I was presented with the opportunity to meet them for the first time face-to-face at NAMM, I was beyond impressed with the professionalism sisters Jewel and Lula showed. I decided then to see them play live on a Sunday at DiPiazzia's in Long Beach at a show put together by George Rindfleisch. It was fantastic; I can't wait for you to meet them too...


StereoLove2014,STEREO LOVE, based out of Studio City, Calif., is a family trio that simply loves to rock n' roll. The band members are 15 year old Jewel Steele on lead vocals & guitar, 16 year old Lula Steele on bass and back-up vocals, and their father, Judd Steele on drums.

Jewel Steele picked up the guitar when she was 9 years old and has been playing non-stop ever since. Jewel began performing in public the Summer of 2010 on her local street corner. Jewel is endorsed by Daisy Rock Girl Guitars and she also rocks the violin and drums too.


LulaSteele2Lula Steele picked up the bass guitar when she was 10 years old. Influenced by her jazz musician Grandfather, Lula also plays Upright Bass and was the only female bass player in her middle school orchestra. Lula is also endorsed by Daisy Rock Girl Guitars and loves to “thump da bass” every time she gets a chance.

Judd Steele brings years of playing drums to the table. Judd has toured for the troops, playing in Afghanistan and other destinations around the world. Looking for a fun family activity to do together, Judd being a rock and roll dad, decided to start a band with his two daughters, and in that moment, a 3-piece made in heaven came into being. Judd plays Premier, English made drums, like his father, Judd Sr., did.

JewelSteele1When was the first time you and the girls performed?

JS - It was at Jensen's Music, Girls of Rock Night, in Santa Barbara. The girls were just 10 and 11 years old. The show was fantastic and the girls learned they loved to play in front of a live audience and I got a chance to back them up on “dem drums”, lucky me, Five years later, the girls now 15 and 16, STEREO LOVE is still going strong. The band played 37 live shows in 2013, all the way from San Diego to Santa Barbara and out east to Las Vegas. Venues include clubs, bars, schools, festivals, fundraisers, parks, street corners, where ever we can play without getting arrested. Over 21 clubs will let the girls come on stage before 10pm to rock their set, then they have to leave, but at least they got to perform.


JuddSteeleCCWhere do you pull your inspiration from?

JS - Of course, within myself and definitely from my kids for sure! My wife really likes and listens to stuff from the 60s and 70s and I was a hair band guy from the glam rock days in the 80s. So our tastes include everything from Elvis to Kix to Janis Joplin to Enuff Z'nuff. Jewel personally likes Lita Ford, Joan Jett, Orianthe and Grace Potter. She listens to many types of music from Stevie Wonder to the Foo Fighters, Goo Goo Dolls, Green Day, Katie Perry and more up to date young people music that never gets played on the radio. And Lula, she really digs bass player Steve Harris from Iron Maiden and Flea from the Chili Peppers. Lula tends to like heavier music and riffs and listens to anything from Paramore to Lorde and she also enjoys rap too. Me, I am influenced by Tommy Lee, Buddy Rich and of course my jazz drumming father, Judd Sr. My dad was a real musician; he toured in the 40s and 50s with a group of guys and played standards at famous hotels and casinos. He was on the road for 16 years. In 1985, my dad took me to see Buddy Rich play and this this guy was a real showman and his performance has always stuck in my mind. I bet Tommy Lee got some moves from him.

So Dad, Who does the songwriting?

JS - Jewel and Lula both write the songs and some of the songs they work with a co-writer, a good friend of mine who is wildly talented and has been doing it a long time. He shares his experience with the girls, which is priceless. The remakes we play are how we express ourselves and they are played in our own style. Some people tell us that we do it better than the original artist, and we always love hearing that! Or other people will say, is that an original?

What has been the biggest moment for "Stereo Love" as of now?

Afghanistan1JS - This would be winning the Vegas Rocks Music Awards 2013, hosted by Miss Sally Steele, the rock n' roll Goddess of Vegas. STEREO LOVE won the 'Hollywood Rocks' category and Jewel just happen to win a Dean Guitar in a raffle at the same time, signed by many a rock star who were performing that night. STEREO LOVE was rolling in Vegas! The band actually won by our fans voting for us. We are still riding high from this award and have met so many wonderful people who want to help us with our music endeavors.


How do you describe your music? How close are your lines of reality and music drawn?

JS - Our music is all over the place... from blues to pop to alternative to heavy. We just try to stay away from politics and religion and keep it upbeat and positive. As far as how close our music is to reality... I personally have been around the block a few times but my girls are still so young, 15 & 16, and they really are untainted at this point in their lives. Neither one has even had a boyfriend yet. And I like it like that. Of course, they usually have crushes on the same guy. (Btw, did I mention I bring my Louisville Slugger to every show?) Original songs like 'My Perfect Date' is just simply Jewel being sarcastic in her own dream world, she can't even drive a car yet. 'Straight Up' are past crushes that lasted a “Nano Second”. Other songs like 'What do You Want' and 'You're A Star' are down tuned to drop D and these songs make the girls feel incredible, like they are invincible, plus they love the way the crowd responds to these tunes.

StereoLoveFamily2014What is it like raising two teenage daughters in music?

JS - It is a lot of fun raising 2 teenage daughters in the music business. I am around them all the time so I can keep my eye on them, and I like that. This is the first band that I have ever been in, when I tell them it is bed time, they listen to me (he laughs). The only set back is that they won't let me have a microphone. And every time I start to talk, they tell me "shut up and rock". I feel very blessed, like I have re-invented myself as a musician. I also like that I am more popular at their high school than they are. They definitely make me feel 17 years old again.

StereoLove2014What musical influences did you make available to them on an ongoing basis?

JS - When Jewel and Lula were 9 & 10 years old, we stopped in Guitar Center for something for me and my drums. Well, they of course ditched me and headed for the guitars. When I was done doing my business, I headed downstairs and heard this noise, sounding like it was almost music. It was Lula and Jewel, messing around on guitar and bass, doing their own thing and at that moment, I could tell they definitely had a knack for music and showmanship. They really had no fear and they were playing their hearts out like they were rock stars! And here we are now, 6 years later, with endorsements and still moving forward.

Our favorite song written to date is 'What Do You Want'. This song is about going to the top, playing arenas, a dream of STEREO LOVE's.

Our next show is in our home town at Universal Bar & Grill on April 25th. We will also be playing the 41st Annual Topanga Days in May, Fiesta Days in Santa Barbara in July and Summerfest in August with a lot more shows in between. Check out our Show Dates on our website for more info: www.StereoLove.us




Download STEREO LOVE's latest album for FREE here:





532879_492074360846165_1693186334_nFor Booking and More Info about Stereo Love: judddrums@aol.com

STEREO LOVE website: www.StereoLove.us

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/STEREO-LOVE/310100929043510

Reverbnation: http://www.reverbnation.com/stereolovemusic

Instagram: http://instagram.com/stereoloveofficial

Twitter: @StereoLove_band

Youtube Channel: http://www.youtube.com/user/MilitaryBratz2010