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Rocky Kramer’s Rock & Roll Tuesdays Presents “I Am a Viking” On Tuesday May 14th, 2024, 7 PM PT on Twitch



Rocky Kramer will be hosting “I Am a Viking” on this week’s episode of Rocky Kramer’s Rock & Roll Tuesdays on Twitch. Tune into Twitch on Tuesday, May 14th, 2024 at 7 PM PT for this amazing show.

Rocky Kramer is a guitar virtuoso, often being compared to the greatest guitar players in the world. Rocky has performed on shows with some of the greatest musicians on the planet including Ozzy Osbourne, John Lodge, Steve Vai, Leland Sklar, Kenny Aronoff, Tommy James, Verdeen White, Ten Years After, BuckCherry, Rick Wakeman and more.

Rocky’s first studio album, “Firestorm” is now available worldwide through Allied Artists Music Group, together with an epic music video of his #1 Global DRT Chart topper single, “Rock Star”, that also picked up a Best Rock Performance nod at the 2019 Hollywood Music In Media Awards (“HMMA”).

Rocky Kramer recently returned to the studio to record his sophomore album “Alone In The Rain” which will be released later this year. 

Rocky Kramer was recently cast in The Mutt Productions/ Allied Artists rock n’ roll time travel comedy adventure “Rockin’ In Time” where he will play the film’s lead character, Lars Olsen. The film is being directed by Aaron Lee Lopez (of the “Teenage Girl” franchise) and is being produced by multi-platinum and six-time Grammy Award winning musician turned motion picture producer, Kurt Wipfli. 

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Afropunk band We Don’t Ride Llamas shares new track “(2-Inch) Grave”



In the heart of Austin’s vibrant music scene, there’s a band stirring up emotions and breaking boundaries with their latest release, “(2-Inch) Grave”. We Don’t Ride Llamas, an Afro Punk/Metal sensation, has unleashed an anthem that transcends mere sound, delving deep into the realms of raw emotion and storytelling prowess.

Formed by Chase, Max, Blake, and Kit Mitchell, We Don’t Ride Llamas is not your usual band; they’re storytellers, weaving narratives through their music. Influenced by an eclectic mix of musical legends such as Robert Johnson, Jimi Hendrix, and Sister Rosetta Tharp, WDRL pays homage to their predecessors while carving out their own unique sound.

Their new song “(2-Inch) Grave” pays homage to the victims of Winter Storm Uri which had a devastating impact on Texas in February 2021. Reflecting on the genesis of the track, the band shares the harrowing experience that inspired it: “I didn’t know if our family was going to make it out alive. We had never been that cold before, especially not without sufficient help. I’m grateful that our community was there for us.”

But “(2-Inch) Grave” isn’t just about reliving past traumas; it’s about finding solace and connection. We Don’t Ride Llamas invites listeners to join them on a cathartic journey, where shared experiences and emotions converge. It’s a musical space where vulnerability is celebrated, and no one feels alone.

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