As a lifetime music fan, Matt Wardlaw has been lucky to work in a number of fields that pay him to do jobs related to the music that he loves. These jobs include 13 years (and counting) in Cleveland radio, and five years working for a Cleveland based radio syndication company. Matt fills his limited spare time with writing, going to concerts, and is continually on a quest to find the next great record store.
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On April 19th, I was one of the music loving sinners who missed Record Store Day.
In 2008, the music industry may have finally found the answer to many of their problems of the past few years.
You might still be recovering from your last Yayhoos show. Here's a new record for your hangover.
Do you remember the Summer of Love? Perhaps this album will help you with that.
The premier Irish-American rock group gets a career summary in the new retrospective release...
The band understands what it means to be a fan...
Camp Bruce is doing now what should have been done day and date with the box set release.
Daylight Dies have assembled a strongly compelling album that times out at almost an hour, and they get that done in a mere eight tracks.