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Review: Sister Hazel superb on new 'Water' EP Special

Acclaimed alternative rock group Sister Hazel has released their brand new EP "Water" on February 9, 2018. Digital Journal has the scoop.

Kicking Sunrise opens up about new 'When It's Right' EP Special

Soul-pop rock group Kicking Sunrise chatted with Digital Journal about their new EP "When It's Right," and their musical inspirations.

Interview with David Rosenthal: Billy Joel's Musical Director Special

New York - For the past 25 years, David Rosenthal has been an integral part of Billy Joel's live band. Rosenthal chatted with Digital Journal about his respected career in the "Piano Man's" band.

Jeff Tweedy takes his acoustic interpretations to London Special

London - Wilco front-man Jeff Tweedy has been touring over the past few months, playing paired down songs from his various band projects as acoustic numbers. He recently brought his show to London.

Exclusive Premiere: 'Dance Floor' lyric video by Beyond The Sun Special

Canadian bred band Beyond The Sun have released their new lyric video for "Dance Floor." Digital Journal has the exclusive premiere.

Restless Heart back on the road with 35th anniversary tour

Iconic country group Restless Heart is back on the road as part of their 35th anniversary tour, where they will share their music with their country fans.

The Verve Pipe to perform at City Winery in New York City

New York City - On January 13, 2018, multi-platinum alternative rock band The Verve Pipe is coming to New York City to perform at City Winery.

Op-Ed: Top 10 tribute bands on Long Island of 2017

With the year 2017 coming to a close, Digital Journal ranks the Top 10 cover bands on Long Island in 2017. These are arranged in no particular order.

Op-Ed: The Zombies are still missing from Rock and Roll Hall of Fame

One of this year's biggest omissions for the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, Class of 2018, was the fact that The Zombies failed to earn an induction.

Op-Ed: Greta Van Fleet is the 'One to Watch' in 2018

Rock group Greta Van Fleet is the "One to Watch" in 2018. They are the future of rock music. Digital Journal has the scoop.

The Marshall Tucker Band to embark on 'Juke Jammin' Tour in 2018 Special

Southern rock group The Marshall Tucker Band will be out on the road touring again. They just announced their 2018 "Juke Jammin" Tour.

Chatting with John von Ahlen of Parralox: 'Electric Nights' Special

John von Ahlen of the Australian band Parralox chatted with Digital Journal about their new single "Electric Nights," as well as plans for the future.

Interview: Jared Corder from the band repeat repeat opens up Special

New York - Frontman Jared Corder from the band repeat repeat chatted with Digital Journal about their show tonight at the Bowery Ballroom, where they will open for Neon Trees.

Review: Alter Bridge triumphs on 'Live at the O2 Arena + Rarities' album Special

Rock group Alter Bridge is back with their "Live at the O2 Arena + Rarities" studio album, which they released on Napalm Records.

Pirates of Panama talks new music, future plans, inspirations Special

The UK-based band Pirates of Panama chatted with Digital Journal about their new music, their forthcoming EP, as well as their musical influences.

Rock star Gene Simmons from Kiss talks future plans, music career Special

Rock and Roll Hall of Famer Gene Simmons (from the iconic band Kiss) chatted with Digital Journal about his illustrious career and plans for the future.

Review: Happy Abandon superb on new studio album 'Facepaint' Special

Orchestral indie band Happy Abandon have released their breakthrough studio album "Facepaint," independently, on August 25.

Allah-Las, rockers of California cool caught in furor

New York - The Allah-Las, the band at the center of an attack plot foiled by Dutch police, have won a following with their suave psychedelic rock but been dogged by controversy over their name.

Mike DelGuidice talks about joining Billy Joel's live band Special

Huntington - Big Shot lead singer Mike DelGuidice sat down and chatted with Digital Journal prior to his August 18 concert at The Paramount in Huntington.

Thirty Seconds to Mars announces new 'Walk on Water' single

Multi-platinum-selling rock group Thirty Seconds to Mars has announced that they will be releasing a new single "Walk on Water."

Op-Ed: The Doobie Brothers belong in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame

The Doobie Brothers are an iconic rock group that deserves to be inducted into the prestigious Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.

Review: All That Remains rocks on Garth Brooks' 'Thunder Rolls' cover Special

Heavy metal band All That Remains has covered the Garth Brooks classic "Thunder Rolls," and they have done an awesome job with it.

Review: Kings of Leon commands the stage at Jones Beach Theater Special

Wantagh - On August 1, Grammy-winning rock band Kings of Leon headlined the Jones Beach Theater in Wantagh on Long Island, for a great turnout.

Review: Chicago inspirational at Jones Beach, celebrates 50th anniversary Special

Wantagh - On July 28, Rock and Roll Hall of Famers Chicago performed at Jones Beach Theater on Long Island, for an excellent turnout, and their show was simply "inspirational" and phenomenal.

Review: The Moody Blues captivate Jones Beach Theater with fantastic show Special

Wantagh - On July 12, acclaimed rock band The Moody Blues performed at the Jones Beach Theater in Wantagh on Long Island, and they were incredible.

Collective Soul talks New York summer shows, advice for musicians Special

Wantagh - Dean Roland, the rhythm guitar player from the alternative rock band Collective Soul, chatted with Digital Journal about their upcoming shows in New York.

Death From Above talks 'Freeze Me' single, Warner Bros. Records Special

Bassist Jesse F. Keeler from the Canadian punk rock band Death From Above chatted with Digital Journal about their new single "Freeze Me."

Garbage to release autobiography, to embark on tour with Blondie

Front-woman Shirley Manson and her rock band Garbage will be releasing their first autobiography in July, and they will be touring with Blondie this summer.

Rock band Linkin Park partners with Mercedes-AMG

On June 12, acclaimed rock band Linkin Park will be performing at the Mercedes-Benz Arena in Berlin. They have partnered with Mercedes-AMG.

Rocky Lynch from R5 talks 'New Addictions' EP, summer tour Special

Rocky Lynch from the pop-rock band R5 chatted with Digital Journal about their latest EP "New Addictions," as well as their tour.
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