Music From the 412

Music from the 412

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719 – the Pennsylvania Rock Show featuring Noble Hops

Noble Hops has released their first single of 2024 titled “Me For Me”. The song is a personal one for founding Noble Hops member Utah Burgess, who wrote it back in 2015. “It is a reflective song, while maintaining a statement that, basically, things are what they are, and I’ve done the best I can”, […]

718 – the Pennsylvania Rock Show featuring Whitecross

The 1980s gave rise to the fast-growing Christian rock and metal scene, and Whitecross led the way. Whitecross has enjoyed a very long run of popularity with a worldwide fan base. Whitecross released six studio albums from 1987 to 1992 with lead guitarist and founding member Rex Carroll. Album tours from 1988 to 1994, resulting […]

717 – the Pennsylvania Rock Show featuring Chrome Moses

Join us on Episode 717 of the Pennsylvania Rock Show where we chat with Chrome Moses about the release of their new vinyl single, Forward March, and their upcoming release show that will feature only Chrome Moses in an intimate two set performance. Don’t fear, Bill will still be asking his abnormal questions with unique […]

716 – the Pennsylvania Rock Show with Dream the Heavy

Join us on episode 716 of the Pennsylvania Rock Show featuring the talented band Dream the Heavy. Comprising TK Mundok on vocals, Mathias Brown on guitars, Paul Dean Price III on bass, Ryan Miller on keys, and Sully on drums, Dream The Heavy brings their unique blend of ethereal rock and dense rhythms straight from […]

715 – the Pennsylvania Rock Show Buck Johnson

Singer-songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, and music producer Buck Johnson is the keyboardist and backing vocalist for the legendary rock band Aerosmith, the Hollywood Vampires (Johnny Depp, Alice Cooper, and Joe Perry), and The Joe Perry Project. Buck hails from the backroads of Shady Grove, Alabama, just outside Birmingham, where he grew up singing gospel throughout the South […]