Artists and Bands

A Year in Review – RRR Staff Weigh In On Their Top Picks of ’09 – Part 1

grammyThe end of the year usually means three things: resolutions, new challenges and opportunities and, of course, lists! Flipping through a music magazine (whether online or in print) at this time of year and not finding a list of the Top 5 This and Top 10 That is pretty much impossible.

So, we here at RRR decided to jump on the bandwagon (after all, we like to give the people what they want!) and bring you the best of the best from the music of ’09, with a twist. Rather than asking staff to fight it out and put together one sole comprehensive list, we decided we’d let everyone sift through the gems (as well as all those painful albums that made you cringe and think “What in the world were they on?”) and put together their own individual Tops.

But before we begin I’d like to wish everyone a Happy New Year (even though I’m a bit late) and thank you all for making RRR a regular part of your musical intake. (Please don’t leave us in 2010, we love you!)

In Part 1 you’ll find:
1) Top 10 Albums – Stefany Mohebban
2) Top 10 Albums – Bill Sullivan
3) Top 10 Albums (Rock & Metal) – Jon Asher
4) Top 20 Albums (Power Pop) – Aaron Kupferberg

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Rock and Roll Report TV Episode 2 – Back to the Black Carpet

Keaton, BusterRock and Roll Report TV is our take at what music TV should be like. We truly believe that it should be fun, interesting and give you the feeling that you are hanging out with us as we crash CD release parties, concerts, festivals, recording sessions and whatever else rocks our boat. Our hosts Leah Cevoli and Allegra are passionate about rock and roll and especially want to shine the TV spotlight on deserving artists who may get the short end of the major media stick. We hope you enjoy what we are trying to do and please let us know what you think! You can email us at with comments, suggestions, praise, criticism and video gear, not necessarily in that order! With Andy Anzaldua holding down the fort as producer and video editing guru and our buddies Gee Davey supplying the soundtrack, we are stoked at what is coming for RRR TV and hope you tune in regularly.

On this second episode of Rock and Roll Report TV we continue our journey on the black carpet at the Golden Gods Awards. Who will Leah run into this time and more importantly, where have all the sirens gone?