Posts Tagged ‘magazine’

– Interview by James Villa – On Tour Monthly sat down with Daniel Oliver and Jonny Hawkins of Nothing More.  In this exclusive interview they discuss the world wide release of the new Nothing More album, their newest single, upcoming tour, the bands new found success, and have a message for their fans. Nothing More – A…

American Airlines Center (Dallas, TX) – Words by David Huff/ Photos by James Villa – I will thoroughly admit that the only musical highlight I ever appreciated involving Justin Timberlake didn’t involve his contributions to N*Sync, or his on again off again solo career the past ten years. Nope, the moment I will always…

American Airlines Center (Dallas, TX) THE EAGLES – Words by David Huff / Photos by James Villa – Anticipation is one of those unpredictable human emotions people have learned to temper over the course of their lives. Everyone loves the euphoric feeling of hoping for the best, yet there’s always that little voice inside…

– By James Villa – On Tour Monthly catches up with Diego and Cristian of Ill Niño before their headlining show at Trees in Dallas, TX.  The guys discuss touring, songwriting, staying together and their new music video “Forgive Me Father”.

– By Dustin Blocker – Youthful Fort Worth native and resident Nashville troubadour Cale Tyson takes a non-satirical approach to traditional country music, and the results are gorgeously infectious. Ripe with pedal steel, upright bass, and a subtle yodel – Tyson and his backing band tug the golden age of country roots o…

– By Dustin Blocker – Detroit electro duo Dale Earnhardt Jr. Jr. are set to release their sophomore record The Speed of Things next month and here’s their early offering, “War Zone“. A tasty preview chock full of summer ain’t gonna end guitars, poppy synth beats and airy vocals. This new single gets a #PUSHPLAY. “War Z…

– By Dustin Blocker – RATING: “PUSH PLAY” The Polyphonic Spree is a conundrum. Forget the visual spectacle; one producing dozens of rotating band members donning long form robes, hand-clap-dancing like a satirical choir.  Forget this, because the band’s inherent visuals are a distraction from the truth, that The Polyph…

– By Brandon Callies – RATING: “PUSH PLAY” Avenged Sevenfold is back with a new album Hail to the King, and it’s their best work since City Of Evil. The new record is chalked full of signature Avenged Sevenfold elements, but with a twist. This album has more of a slow, death march feel to it. Songs like “This Means War…