Rock

It Ain’t Gone Well by Karl Bierbaumer / Powerful Rock Track & Inspiring Individuality

Meet Karl Bierbaumer:

Singer-songwriter and producer Karl Bierbaumer has reemerged with his latest release, “It Ain’t Gone Well”, from his powerful rock EP, 3.

Karl has been passionate about music ever since he was 7 yrs old and first listened to “Get a Grip” by Aerosmith. This band became one of Karl’s biggest influences, along with Guns N Roses, Slash and Jimi Hendrix, to name a few.

Over the years, Karl played as lead guitarist in several rock bands. His unique bluesy rock riffs marked the bands sound. After a break from music, Karl resurfaced as a solo artist in 2019 and has been progressing continuously ever since.

It Ain’t Gone Well:

“It Ain’t Gone Well” is a high energy, fun and exciting rock jam. The upbeat rock melody bewitches your body into bouncing up and down like a 90s’ punk rocker.

Karl’s powerful rock guitar sound infused with a bluesy vibe applies a unique and unusual flair to his music. He performs with electrifying energy, and his raw, raspy rock vocals display intense expression.

The explosive chorus encourages listeners to sing along with Karl as his gritty voice proclaims: “It ain’t gone well, it ain’t gone well, it ain’t gone well, it ain’t gone well!”

No rock song is complete without jaw-dropping guitar riffs, and Karl definitely delivers some epic solos throughout the song. His performance will inspire any aspiring musician, and if you enjoy music from artists such as Aerosmith and Slash’s Snakepit, then Karl Bierbaumer will fit perfectly on your rock playlist.

What’s next for Karl Bierbaumer?

Karl has been working diligently on a new repertoire, and he has eight new songs waiting to be recorded and released. His next track is ready to land in Autumn, so be sure to keep an eye out for it!

In the meantime, Karl has a message for all his listeners: “Stay tuned!”.

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The End of Autumn by Darren Jones

The End of Autumn by Darren Jones

Shout-out for debut album release The End of Autumn by folk-rock singer, songwriter, musician and producer, Darren Jones. This album showcases Jones’ impressive instrumental compositions, emotive melodies and captivating vocals.

If you enjoy music from artists such as Newton Faulkner and Paolo Nutini then Darren Jones will fit perfectly on your folk-rock playlist.

Listen to Darren Jones’ debut album The End of Autumn right here…

https://open.spotify.com/album/5My4BfUCMjWoKRWOqQASw6?si=928vwAxQSaO68THF6qGk1g

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The Ladder by Rooftop Screamers / Top Anthemic Track

Shout-out for “The Ladder” by rock-pop band Rooftop Screamers. This anthemic track entices listeners to sing along and showcases epic guitar riffs. If you enjoy music from artists such as Third Eye Blind and Bon Jovi then Rooftop Screamers will fit perfectly on your rock playlist.

Listen to his newest release “The Ladder” right here…

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Garage Rock Singer-Songwriter, Dan Sartain Dies aged 39

Garage Rock Singer-Songwriter, Dan Sartain Dies aged 39

The Alabama rocker, who opened for the White Stripes and had a prolific run of records, died on Saturday.

According to Pitchfork, Sartain’s manager, Shaun Christie confirmed that the Alabama garage-rock musician Dan Sartain passed away at the age of 39 on Saturday March 20th. However, the cause of his death has not been revealed.

Sartain was born and grew up in Fairfield, Alabama before eventually ending up in Birmingham and got involved in the music scene in the early 2000s.

Dan Sartain self-released his first two albums in the early 2000s including ‘Crimson Guard’ (2001) and ‘Romance in Stereo’ (2002),and then signed to the local label Skybucket for a limited edition tour album called Sartain Family Legacy 1981-1998. He incorporated elements of garage-rock, punk, blues, country, and old-school rock and roll throughout his 20-year run.

In 2007,Sartain opened for the White Stripes.“Touring with the White Stripes was my Rocky Balboa moment,” he told Music Mecca in an interview last year. “I was a virtually unknown barroom singer, and I went the distance with the champ.I don’t feel like I’m cut out for stadium touring, but there were a few times where we got some good licks in.” He released a single on ‘Third Man’ in 2009.

In 2020, he released the Western covers album ‘Western Hills’ and a collection of songs he recorded in Memphis’ iconic Sun Studio. He also made a collaboration with Ganxsta Nip last summer,and donated all the funds to the Black Lives Matter Global Network.

A GoFundMe to raise money for Sartain’s funeral costs has already surpassed its initial goal, but the organizers are still accepting donations.

Shout-Out for “Colors” by The Whole Sick Croo

“The Whole Sick Croo” is the solo project of Phil Dubitsky, who has been playing the guitar since he was 14, and continued to pursue his passion for music at Berklee College of Music.

At the beginning of 2020 he released his first album Get Sick! and “Colors” is a featured track which is about stepping out of your comfort sone and taking the good with the bad.

If you enjoy music from artists such as Sex Pistols and Motorhead then The Whole Sick Croo will fit perfectly on your playlist.

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