One-Time Deep Purple Stand-In Says “I have no love anymore for the United States” SEP 1, 2015 – Rock vocalist Joe Lynn Turner, who has sang for bands in their later years such as Rainbow and Deep Purple after the main vocalist had left, spoke out in a press conference recently praising the dictator Vladimir Putin…
SEP 27, 2013 – JTMP caught wind of a great music teacher we had to tell you about. His name is Aaron O'Keefe and he runs TWO music academies, Maineville Music Academy and the Lebanon Music Academy, and teaches over 50 students a week…whew. He is getting famous for getting young musical students together, and teaching them to crank out badass rockin' music. In 2011 he led students in cover versions of "The End of Heartache" and "My Curse", two songs from Metalcore band KILLSWITCH ENGAGE. This time out, he managed to create another badass kid band, and this time the song is "46 and 2" by the band Tool. Watch the video of the kid band from Aaron's YouTube Channel below.
Bruce Springsteen Gets Out The Vote in Virginia, and Bluegrass Legend Ralph Stanley Asks Eric Cantor: “O Cantor Where Art Thou?”
OCT 23, 2012 – Bruce Springsteen, and the bluegrass legend Ralph Stanley, were in Virginia today, helping to Get Out The Vote.
Ralph Stanley is a bluegrass legend, having a career of over 60 years with songs like, "Ridin' That Midnight Train" to his work with "O' Brother Where Art Though?". He has always been involved with politics, and played at a John Edwards rally, and later endorsed Barack Obama for President. He is a TRUE, old school "Southern Democrat". Currently Mr. Stanley is helping Wayne Powell with the "O'Cantor Where Art Thou?" tour, who is challenging Eric Cantor for the 7th Congressional District seat in Virginia.
Read more on NBCWashington.com here, and here is a great video by jbf3t of Bruce in Virginia below singing an AWESOME acoustic guitar version of "Thunder Road". Below that is a 30-second AD for Ralph Stanley's "O Cantor Where Art Thou?" tour, showing how Cantor is never in the state of Virginia helping out Virginian constituents. (photo credit: CC/Ralph Stanley)