Music Interview

Nearly three decades after recording his No. 1 hit, “Lookin’ for Love,” Johnny Lee continues to wow audiences with ‘real’ country music. Lee, along with fellow country music legend John Conlee will share the stage at Whiskey River in Beaumont on Thursday, June 21 with doors opening at 7 p.m. Tickets for the show can be purchased online at whiskeyivertexas.com for $20 or at any Florida Tans locations.

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Allow me to preface this with a warning: This band is not for the faint of heart. Stunt Cock is based out of Austin,Texas and play a crushing blend of metal, hardcore, and straight up rock on their eponymous debut. The guitars come out chugging hard on the track "Wishes and Fairy tales", but throw a curveball with the almost too metal for metal guitar solos. On "Lou", the band go almost rockabilly with a raspy and rapid delivery nobody, including I, saw coming.

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“I used to be a woman, but now I’m a man,” shouted Foxy Shazam singer Eric Nally — Welcome to Buzzfest 28.

A festival that began as a yearly event in 1995 sponsored by KTBZ 94.5 The Buzz eventually became so popular that organizers decided to do it bi-annually and it has yet to disappoint.

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Ford Pavilion will host the first ever Mass Chaos Tour with co-headliners Godsmack and Staind on Tuesday, April 24 with gates opening at 5:30 p.m.

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A rock concert this big means it can only be held in one place — Ford Pavilion. The Mass Chaos Tour with co-headliners Godsmack and Staind sharing headlining status will roll into Beaumont on Tuesday, April 24 with gates opening at 5:30 p.m. with a showtime of 6:30 p.m. Also performing will be Halestorm and Man Made Machine.

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It would be somewhat of a fib to say the Toadies are back though they took a small break several years ago. The alternative rockers from Fort Worth have decided to return to the stage and bring along some new music with them.

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Rumors swirled last year that Saliva would be no more. The once Grammy-nominated and platinum recording rockers that gave us hits such as “Your Disease,” “Click Click Boom,” “Always” and “Ladies and Gentlemen” would end its 15-year run after singer Josey Scott left the band at the end of 2011.

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Though he was born in Mississippi, it was Houston – or Pasadena, to be exact – where Mickey Gilley laid his musical foundation. And in 1971, his signature honky tonk became a global trendsetter — Gilley’s.

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(photo by Dove Shore)

Steve Aoki is a musical genius. And it doesn’t take someone like me to figure that out. For starters, Aoki graduated from UC-Santa Barbara with two bachelor degrees.

He started his own record label, Dim Mak, and began creating music for the masses.

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Not much can be said about Bryan Adams that hasn’t already been said — 12 No. 1 singles, more than 20 million albums sold and a Grammy Award. The 52-year-old still-photography guru is bringing the Bare Bones Tour to the Julie Rogers Theatre on Friday, Jan. 27, at 8 p.m. Tickets for the show are on sale now for $69.50, $49.50, $35 and can be purchased at Ticketmaster locations including the Beaumont Civic Center box office. Also, tickets purchased for the original show date of Oct. 14, 2011, can also be used.

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