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The term "Southern Rock" is a sub-genre of rock music and was developed in the Southern states of the US in the late 1960's and 70's. It's a mixture of Rock, Country & Blues, and features mostly electric guitars and vocals. Possibly the most famous band considered among this genre is the 2004 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee ZZ Top. While on tour with Jeff Beck, guitarist/vocalist Billy Gibbons took time from his schedule to talk about the band's longevity and about the band's current tour.

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Fitz and the Tantrums consisting of Michael Fitzpatrick, Noelle Scaggs, Joeseph Karnes, James King, Jeremy Ruzumna, and John Wicks is a well-diversified indie pop band. Their talents and hard work were recognized in 2010, when their album Pickin’ Up the Pieces ascended to #1 on Billboards Heatseekers chart, which quickly led to television performances, sold-out tour dates, and festivals. Now they are heading back on tour this fall while promoting their latest album More Than Just a Dream, which was released in May 2013.

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Most music fans like the music of mainly one specific genre. They can love country, but hate pop and rap or vise versa. Every so-often, there comes an artist or a band that fans of all genres can appreciate and sing along with. One of these such bands is the Doobie Brothers.

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During the mid-1960's, US mainstream music was dominated by artists from the United Kingdom. Leading this now-called "British Invasion" were artists such as The Beatles, The Who, The Rolling Stones and The Kinks. Some twenty years, later in the mid-1980's, there was a "Second British Invasion" with artists from the UK dominating both the US radio airwaves and the new music video channel, MTV. These artists included Wham!, The Human League, Duran Duran, Thompson Twins, Culture Club and Howard Jones.

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A&E's new reality star Big Smo premiered his new show this year in June. He is a country rapper with a unique style of music. He took some time from his tour to sit with Full Access Magazine on his tour bus to give us some insight on what goes on in his life, now that he has a new reality show and is signed to a major label, Warner Bros.

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Sometimes you are just destined for some thing in your life. A sense of purpose drives you and sets you on a path that you feel so right for. That is how Robin Taylor Zander feels about making music. You may have the feeling you have heard the name before and you would be right; Robin’s father is, in fact, Robin Zander, lead vocalist of the band Cheap Trick. Although it was not Robin’s father that pushed him towards the music scene, rather an inner force that compelled him to make music. “I would have picked it up no matter what, even if I didn't have a parent who did music.

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Tampa metal band, SinGod, has parted ways with drummer Curtis Beeson. The band plans on holding auditions for a new drummer in the near future.

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