Tag Archives: Blues

Joe Bonamassa – Benedum Center – 3/16/2019

2018 Iron City Rocks Music Awards & Hall of Fame Nominations

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Tedeschi Trucks Band – KeyBank Pavilion – 6/18/2018

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Episode 380: John Cronise of The Sword and Geoff Tate

In Episode 380 of the Iron City Rocks Podcast we are joined by John Cronise of The Sword.  The Sword are currently on the road promoting their latest studio album Used Future.  John talks to us about promoting a...

Episode 373: Michael Sweet of Stryper and Johnny A

In Episode 373 of the Iron City Rocks Podcast we talk to Michael Sweet of Stryper.  Michael talks to us about the brand new Stryper album God Damn Evil.   Michael talks to us about the controversy over the album,...

Episode 371: Joe Grushecky, Jane Lee Hooker and Brit Floyd

In Episode 371 of the Iron City Rocks Podcast we welcomes Joe Grushecky who, with the Houserockers, has just release More Yesterdays Than Tomorrows.  We also feature an interview with Tracy Hightop of the band Jane Lee Hooker.  The...

Episode 365: Eddy “The Chief” Clearwater, Hannah Wicklund and Samantha Fish

In Episode 365 of the Iron City Rocks Podcast we are joined by three blues artists that span over six decades.  Eddy “The Chief” Clearwater joins us to talk about what is was like in the 50’s and 60’s...

Episode 361: Rock Candy Funk Party’s Tal Bergman

Coming to you from the Iron City of Pittsburgh, in the 361st episode of the Iron City Rocks Podcast we talk to Tal Bergman of Rock Candy Funk Party, Miss Freddye and Shane Speal of Shane Speal and the...

Episode 346: Tesla’s Troy Luccketta

In Episode 346 of the Iron City Rocks Podcast we are joined by Troy Luccketta of Tesla to talk about their current headline run of shows, the band new album, staying in shape for the rigors of drumming on...

DVD Review: Joe Bonamassa – Live At The Greek Theatre

Joe Bonamassa is no stranger to live releases. What makes Live At The Greek Theatre special is that it pays tribute to three of the greats of blues music, the Three Kings. Those obviously are Freddie King, Albert King...