Tony MacAlpine sweeps through Atlanta.

Having started at a very young age on piano, guitar and even violin, Tony MacAlpine developed into one of the most consummate virtuosos of our lifetimes. Since his debut album Edge of Insanity in 1986, Tony has continued to compose myriad songs. Songs that are complex, hard charging, and beautiful, often in the same piece. [...]

10 ? with Tara Lynch.

Multi-Instrumentalist Tara Lynch (A.K.A. Gui-Tara) may have been relatively unknown to the wide world prior releasing her debut album Evil Enough, but she was no stranger to those in the know. When it came time to finally put her skills on display she had no problem enlisting friends and colleagues to add their flavors to [...]

10 ? with Michael Sweet.

The eighties had a slew of successful hard rock and metal bands. Most of them made sincere attempts to stand out, either through image or virtuosity. Only one in the ranks of memorable hard rock bands of that era had the courage to go a different route. Stryper was the single most prominent Christian Metal [...]

10 ? with Mike Smith of Threefold Maze.

Hailing from Fort Worth, Texas, Threefold Maze has its beginnings with friends Mike Smith and Doug Whittenberg jamming on guitars.  What started off as fun playing sessions 25 years ago eventually turned into serious song writing. Their most recent offering Dollar of Dust, is an impressive prog-metal assemblage.  Mike's chugging yet intricate rhythms lay the groundwork for [...]