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Spotlight on Jeremiah McKinley

Jeremiah McKinley is a folk rock duo from Kernersville, North Carolina who plays what Jeremiah Christianlikes to call "dirty folk" - bringing gritty blues vocals and distorted guitars to traditional folk stories. The Penguin Rocks presents this interview with Jeremiah McKinley.

Spotlight on Holding Poison

Holding Poison is a rock band based just outside of London. The band consists of Matt Blackwell and Jack Findell and they are our latest artist spotlight.  The Penguin Rocks presents this interview with Holding Poison.

Spotlight on Chellcy Reitsma

Chellcy Reitsma is a band based in Malta. Named after the main songwriter, the band has released 10 singles and one four track EP, including music Chellcy released before starting the band. The Penguin Rocks presents this interview with Chellcy Reitsma.

Lizzie Rose Music presents the Pavilion in the Pines Concert Series for July

(TUCKERTON, NJ) -- Lizzie Rose Music is presenting The Pavilion in the Pines Concert Series again this summer on their outdoor stage located at Atlantic Shore Pines Campground in Tuckerton.  It is located off Exit 58 of the Garden State Parkway.  Shows take place in a covered pavilion with seating provided.  All shows start at 7:30pm.  

Makin Waves Song of the Week: “Crosstown Traffic” by Debra Devi

Off her new “Jamification Station Vol. 1” live EP, Jersey City blues-rocker Debra Devi’s blistering cover of the Jimi Hendrix classic “Crosstown Traffic” is the Makin Waves Song of the Week.



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