Spain's WWE SmackDown Report and Results for July 4th 2014: Enjoy Your Goddamn Independence

It's the Independence Day Special, and you've got an Irishman defending the United States Championship and an Italian/English guy writing the review. Did that make sense to you? Then you'll LOVE the kind of logic the WWE employs in this and all of its shows. »»

Bruce Springsteen Gets Sales Boost From Democratic Convention

After President Obama used "We Take Care Of Our Own" at the end of his Democratic National Convention speech, Bruce Springsteen's sales shot up 400%.  The song sold 2000 copies this week, and the album increased 37% in sales as well.  Wrecking Ball »»

Bruce Springsteen Wraps Up Tour With 4 Hour Show

To highlight the end of his European tour, Bruce Springsteen played to his fans for just over 4 hours. Springsteen and the E. Street Band took stage in the Olympic Stadium in Helsinki, Finland for exactly 4 hours and 5 minutes, not including the 5 so »»

Jimmy Fallon To Release New CD In June

Jimmy Fallon will release his second full-length CD in June.  Called Blow Your Pants Off, the CD features Fallon working with a wide array of rock stars, and focusing mainly on song parodies.  Bruce Springsteen and Eddie Vedder are among those feat »»

Adele Taken Down A Peg...By Bruce Springsteen!

Adele has finally been knocked out of her long running hold on the #1 spot for Billboard albums. Bruce Springsteen's new album Wrecking Ball took over the #1 spot, with sales for 196 ooo. Adele was a close second though, with her album 21 selling 195 »»

Bruce Springsteen To Play Intimate SXSW Show

The organizers of the SXSW festival in Texas have announced a special intimate performance by Bruce Springsteen for this year's show.  A special drawing for festival badgeholders and artists will be held to determine who gets in.  Bruce is touring »»

Bruce Springsteen Added To Grammy Lineup

The latest artist to be added to the music royalty line up performing at the Grammys is Bruce Springsteen. He will be joining Adele, Taylor Swift, Kelly Clarkson, Foo Fighters, Paul McCartney, Bruno Mars, Katy Perry, and Nicki Minaj at the February 1 »»

Bruce Springsteen Announces 2012 Tour Dates

Bruce Springsteen has begun announcing dates for his "Wrecking Ball" tour in 2012.  They will play 19 dates, starting in Atlanta and wrapping up in New Jersey, including a stop in MSG.  This will be his first outing since Clarence Clemons died. »»

Bruce Springsteen Finishing Up New Album For 2012

Bruce Springsteen is currently putting the "finishing touches" on a new CD that will release early in 2012, his first in two years.  It's reportedly a different direction for him, and of course a massive world tour will follow later in the year.  T »»

MGF Reviews Arcangels - Living in a Dream

Austin's notable and outstanding supergroup, Arcangels, reunited recently and opened a U.K. tour for Eric Clapton beginning last May. Since the guys are on the road, it looks like the heavily anticipated, second studio album will be in the oven just a little longer. Luckily, the band recorded a couple live shows a few years back and were eager to finally get the music to their fans. ... »»


Nominees for the 52nd Annual Grammy Awards were announced Wednesday night. The broadcast will take place Jan. 31, 2010, at the Staples Center in Los Angeles. Here is a shortened list of nominees from the major categories... »»

Tangle with The Wrestler This April on DVD and Blu-Ray

I'll see you in the steel cage, Bruther! »»

MGF Reviews Jody Raffoul - Big Sky

Jody Raffoul - Big Sky High Five Records (9/16/08) Rock Jody Raffoul has put together a nice little singer/songwriter rock album with a classic-rock vein in Big Sky, and his music could slot right in with Tom Petty or Bruce Springsteen... or perhaps Bon Jovi (who, in a way, gave him his “big break" when Raffoul won a national contest to open for him on the Have a Nice Day tour). But the problem is, there's really nothing that sets him off from the aforementioned bands. Sure, Raffoul has a great voice, and a knack for writing catchy pop-rock material. But he doesn't really advance the classic approach to the genre. There's no modern feel to the music—it's almost as if he would have been better suited to simply stay in the bar scene. That being said, songs like “Stay (With Me)" and “Days Gone By" are solid tracks. And Raffoul does his best Springsteen/Petty impression on the mid-tempo “Fontana Lane". »»

MGF Reviews Supergrass - Diamond Hoo Ha

Supergrass caught me off guard; I knew the name but I couldn't swear in a court of law that I've ever heard them before. Imagine my surprise when Diamond Hoo Ha turned out to be a riff-driven and melody-rich trash-rock gem. ... »»

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