Revive The Music Plans To Save Small Music Venues with Livestreams

Founded by No Limits Show host and Horns Up Rocks founder and presenter Jö Schüftan, Revive The Music is a new initiative trying to save our scene, focusing on raising funds for artists, music establishments, and production crew members affected by the pandemic. The events will be live stream concerts from bands, and run as a series of “seasons” – the debut event takes place this week with Killcode benefitting Arlene’s Grocery, on Friday, December 18th. Following the kick-off, Christmas Day brings Ferrett, benefitting Lucky 13, a New Year’s Day show with Charetta benefiting legendary venue The Bitter End, and Sworn Enemy benefiting The Kingsland on January 8thy, 2021. More episodes to be announced soon. Watch a trailer for the series, follow them on socials, watch these streams and please support if you can.

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Lucky 13 Saloon Launches GoFundMe to Stay Afloat During Coronavirus Pandemic

New York City metal landmark Lucky 13 Saloon has been hit hard by the closure due to the coronavirus. The club is vital to our scene, hosting live bands nightly, events, and more! The entire place is rock and metal living history! They have launched a GoFundMe for relief for the bar and their staff, but they need your help! Like much of New York City, forced to close on March 16th. Given the nature of their business, they are ineligible for any sort of government assistance. So, it’s up to our community to help them make it through. Ghost Cult frequents Lucky 13 and the owners and staff have been amazing to us over the years, and even let us conduct some interviews at the club with artists there. Times are tough all over, but if you can, please help by support their GoFundMe, set up by a friend to the club!Continue reading

What You Need Shares Cover of Black Sabbath Classic “Children Of The Grave”

New York Groove Metal band What You Need has been busy this fall in their hometown of New York City playing gigs. They recently released a live performance track of them performing Black Sabbath’s classic ‘Children of the Grave’ from 1971’s Master Of Reality (Vertigo/Warner Bros) album. Recorded at Lucky 13 Saloon in Brooklyn NY, you can hear What You Need’s take on this track.Continue reading