Lydia Can’t Breathe issues tour wrap-up statement and announces new tour dates for 2014

Florida’s Lydia Can’t Breathe recently wrapped up a successful 11-city run with Dope and Hed Pe.

The band is appreciative of all of their fans who made it out, and have issued a group statement to wrap-up the run:
“We would like to thank everyone who came out to see us with Dope and Hed Pe! We had a great time sharing our new material, and for anyone who wasn't able to make it out, we will be on the road again soon”!


Hi Ola. Welcome back to music industry dude. “Circus Pandemonium” is a delightful album indeed! Kudos!
O: Yeah, thanks! We are extremely proud it!
So, tell us… why did you take such a long break after the astonishing “Silence” in 2006? One would believe that “Silence” could have been the ticket for your success. Instead you vanished for several years. What happened?

A.C.T - Circus Pandemonium

Just when I gave up hope on A.C.T, they appeared as weirdly & suddenly as they had disappeared. I thought that “Silence” (read the review here), would have been the band’s passport to be among the top progressive, theatrical, operatic rock/metal acts of our time… but obviously something went wrong and we lost track of them for about 8 years.

Skindred, SOiL & Viza live in Manchester, UK

Viza, an American rock band from Los Angeles, California, kicked off the evening and put on a very lively, exciting performance. They had fans going from the start, they needed no encouragement and the band threw out an array of songs that had crowd dancing and raising arms, clapping throughout and throwing lyrics out too.
It was a great atmosphere and bands interaction and stage presence with the crowd was really good and at times humorous, with lead vocalist doing little dances and cracking the odd joke, he also had a moment where they thanked fans and then other bands for their support, this only added to the atmosphere and only got better as the evening went on.

San Francisco Music Club - new album out in May

Veteran performers and recording artists Jimmy Dillon and Lorin Rowan have been playing music for many years, and now they rejoin forces with a group of talented singers and players to form San Francisco Music Club. Their new album, titled "Love and Freedom", is a journey through the back roads of some of the great music traditions and cultures in the US, Caribbean, and Africa. The group’s official CD release party will be held at the legendary Sweetwater Music Hall in Mill Valley, California on May 5th, 2012, and will feature a myriad of guest performances by some very talented musicians.