It May Be the End of the Road for Classic Rockers Performing Big Gigs

Did you catch the Rolling Stones at the Linc last summer? How about Paul McCartney at Citizens Bank Park back in July 2016? Count yourself among the lucky then, as it very well could be the last time those acts will tour in front of such substantial crowds, another unfortunate side effect from the coronavirus... Continue Reading →

Aerosmith Meeting Obama to David Lee Roth Crashing a Wedding: Seven Reveals from Interviews with Vanyaland

Yesterday, as part of the 7th anniversary of Vanyaland celebration, I linked to a piece written for the online magazine about seven artists I personally think should be way, way more popular than they are. That was the first of two features I did for the landmark occasion, the second being seven revealing things I've... Continue Reading →

Voltage Factory Playlist 02 June 16

This week on The Voltage Factory I featured the debut album from The Smashing Pumpkins, Gish, which came out this week in 1991. It wouldn't be until the Chicago outfit's next effort, 1993's Siamese Dream, that they would receive mainstream success, despite the fact that bands like Nirvana, Soundgarden, et al were getting widespread acclaim in... Continue Reading →

Voltage Factory Playlist 05 MAY 16

Welcome to the first week of May with the Voltage Factory on VanyaRadio. It's still been a bit chilly on the East Coast, but there's some tentative hope of a warm up by this time next week. As always, the day after a new show runs, I’ll be posting the playlist here. There’s also an... Continue Reading →

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