Sunfest - Pretty Lights, Daughtry, Justin Moore, Rebelution, Dirty Heads, Trombone Shorty, Supervision, Jilette Johnson, David
Rock N Roll Jesus is Kid Rock's most honest, eclectic, and soulful record to date. It's his State of the Union address, a deeply personal statement that looks at racism in America, empathizes with soldiers in Iraq (Rock visited the troops last Christmas) and also lays bare his tormented relationship with Pam Anderson. During their breakup, Rock assumed a low profile, focusing on his music for the first time in years.
Initially, he teamed up with producer Rick Rubin, who gave him a much-needed jolt… Show more
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Rapper Supervision was born on June 24, 1977, in New Orleans as Damin Bordenave (and subsequently raised in Los Angeles). When he was only five years old, he was hit in the eye with a bottle, and upon receiving treatment at a hospital, contracted pink eye, which lead to the development of glaucoma....
Bo Bice proved that American Idol could have a rocker as a finalist, but Chris Daughtry proved that the show could generate a successful rocker outside the context of the show. Of course, it helped that he was the polar opposite of Bice, a shaggy retro-rocker soaked in the South....
Formed in Santa Barbara, California by a group of college music class chums, Rebelution was built from diverse musical backgrounds united by a shared passion for reggae. The band first garnered attention in the local college rock circuit, going on to score radio play in key markets in Southern California....
The output of Colorado-based musician Pretty Lights (Derek Vincent Smith) flitted between moody downtempo and upbeat, densely layered material geared more for clubs. His tracks often apply vintage samples to hard-hitting abstract hip-hop beats and layers of bold synthesizer patterns....
Justin Moore is the good kid from a small town with a rowdy heart of gold who just happened to be able to sing about it. Raised on gospel, but with country in his soul and the business on his mind, Moore moved to Nashville armed with a manger and an attorney, eventually landing a deal with Big Machine Records....
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