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INTERVIEW: Black Bottom Lighters

Every once in a while, you find a hidden gem in your hometown. This hidden gem for me is Black Bottom Lighters. The six piece reggae rock group, hailing from Glendale, Arizona, considers themselves to be “desert reggae”. What that is exactly, I do not know. What I do know is that I’ve had their songs stuck in my head since their set at the McDowell Mountain Music Festival. With their captivating lyricists and wicked drum fills, Black Bottom Lighters are a band that the world needs to look out…

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Where Are They Now: Gin Blossoms

When most people think about the Gin Blossoms they probably think of one thing: “Hey Jealousy”.  If you don’t know their hit song, then it’s likely you are not from this planet.  Even young kids know this 90’s anthem. So, if you’re not familiar, you need to get on YouTube asap. The Gin Blossoms were formed in the late 1980’s and really struck it big in the 1990’s with their hit single.  For the Gin Blossoms, like many 90’s bands, people think they disappeared and dropped off the edge of…

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Dean Butterworth (Good Charlotte) Touring With Sugar Ray

Dean Butterworth will be joining Sugar Ray on their upcoming summer tour, with support from Gin Blossoms, Smashmouth, Vertical Horizon and Fastball. Check out the dates after the jump. Please follow and like us:

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Mark McGrath’s ’90s Nostalgia Cruise A Bust

  Sugar Ray singer Mark McGrath was forced to cancel an all-star ’90s rocker cruise due to the recent Carnival Triumph disaster last month. Dubbed the “Mark McGrath and Friends Cruise,” it was set to include iconic ’90s bands such as Gin Blossoms, Spin Doctors, and Smash Mouth. McGrath apologized on Twitter, while also revealing that he has just recently gotten into Mad Men.(Maybe if he wasn’t stuck in the ’90s he would have heard about the AMC show a few years back.) Please follow and like us:

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