At the Fox Theater on 10/10!
Steve Gorman is a founding member of the iconic American rock n roll band The Black Crowes.
Over 27 years, he toured the world relentlessly, leaving a small piece of his sanity at every stop. Gorman launched a sports talk radio show in Nashville, ’Steve Gorman SPORTS!’ in 2011, working with Troy Hanson at 102.5 The Game. The show was syndicated on Fox Sports Radio from 2014-2018. Over the last year Steve penned his memoir, “Hard to Handle: The Life And Death of The Black Crowes,” which will be published by Hachette Book Group this September.
His current band, Trigger Hippy, is releasing an album, “Full Circle and Then Some” this October. He lives in Nashville with his wife, Rose Mary, their two kids, and entirely too many pets.
Rock with him every night with co-host April Rose.
April Rose known in Chicago as ‘The Loop Rock Girl’ from the beloved WLUP 97.9 ‘The Loop’ Chicago’s Classic Rock is also known from her past work as head ‘On Camera Host’ and content creator for Maxim.com and Playboy.com. She’s hosted the infamous MTV Spring Break In Cancun and a season regular on MTV & MTV2’s break out shows ‘Guy Code’ and ‘Girl Code’. You can see her on many VH1 count down shows including ‘I Love The 2000’s’, ‘Top 40 Hip-Hop Of The 90’s’, and ‘Top 100 Hottest Rock Stars Of All Time’. Her top pick for the hottest? You’ll have to ask her! She owns a 1967 El Camino & loving everything classic she’s also a national live classic car commentator on The Barrett Jackson collector car auctions.
At the Fox Theater on 10/10!
October 17th at the San Jose Civic!
At the Regency Ballroom in San Francisco September 25th!
With Exodus and Death Angel at the Fox Theater
At the Fillmore November 16th and 17th
At the Chase Center December 10th!
New Year’s Eve at the Masonic!
With Wolfmother at the Greek Theatre in Berkeley!
There’s definitely no competition. Nothing to see here, folks. Just move along. Jimmy Garoppolo is the 49ers’ starter forever. Trey Lance is just a nice backup.
The drummer died in his sleep at the age of 46 earlier this week.
The album will be Slash’s third with the Conspirators.
In a recent interview, guitarist Jeff Schroeder said the record is a ‘sequel’ to 1995’s Mellon Collie and the Infinite Sadness and 2000’s Machina – and clocks in at a whopping 33 tracks.
While speaking to Billboard about the role he says figuring out SNL’s “algorithm” really helped him get comfortable slipping into character.
The release is part of the celebration of the band’s 40th anniversary in music.
There’s nothing like a little reunion.
The Washington Department of Archaeology and Historic Preservation has placed the house — in which the late Nirvana frontman lived from 1968 through 1984 — on its “Heritage Register” of culturally important structures, the agency has announced.
We’re starting to get into a rhythm here at 49ers camp on Day 3.
19th May 1967: The Beatles celebrate the completion of their new album, ‘Sgt Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band’, at a press conference held at the west London home of their manager Brian Epstein. The LP is released on June 1st. (Photo by John Pratt/Keystone/Getty Images). The music of the Beatles will live forever – or…
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