Jonny

Jonny
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Leading commentator on Northern Ireland hard rock and heavy metal, professional journalist and full-time PR professional with award-winning in-house team. Author of several short stories
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Recent pages by Jonny

Ricky Warwick has taken the work ethic to a new level as he releases a new double album
Belfast punk rockers The Defects have released their new album '45 Minutes' A diverse collection of tunes breaking new ground for the band
Metal, rock, punk, dubstep and dance are just some of Skindred's influences; but can they still meld them together on latest release Volume
Northern Ireland ban for GM foods announced by Environment Minister
Armored Saint's triumphant release Win Hands Down is a winner!
Renowned explorer Jim McNeill wants ordinary people to join him on polar expedition
With the Scorpions releasing a new album, here we review the double-CD set by former Scorps guitarist Uli Jon Roth, who re-interprets the classics he helped write
Emerging from Dublin some time ago Stillroom have always rocked live, but can their first full-length release match their live reputation. I certainly think so.
According to official statistics there are almost 80,000 people in Northern Ireland with diabetes, yet there appears to be a low level of nursing support available
Monte Pittman...a name not known to many, but he's played with Madonna and Prong. With the release of his latest heavy metal album I talked to the man who will be more recognised in the future
Ikillya came all the way from New York City to bring their heavy metal onslaught to Belfast - and what a show it was!
German power metal act Edguy prove their talent on their tenth studio album release, Space Police - Defenders of the Crown
Can Cheap Thrill live up to the promise of classic 80s hard rock as delivered by their members who were part of Cinderella, White Lion and the Gibbs Brothers? I set forth for the opening night of their European tour to find out.
As spectators and cyclists prepare for the Northern Ireland stages of the premier road cycling race, Giro D'Italia the government plans a cycle safe campaign to reduce the number of deaths of cyclists on the roads
The life and work of Nobel prize winning poet is to be further honoured following today's tributes in Dublin
Easter - what do eggs and bunnies have to do with Holy Week, and why are they used to mark this holiday?
There are few to match the guitar genius of Pat McManus, and when The Pat McManus Band played in Belfast's Voodoo with Worldsend the audience was in for a treat.
A poem that is the structure that will eventually become a short story. The more I developed the syntax it is reminiscent of a song lyric, but I hope you feel it is worth a read and a comment.
Are there too many female fronted symphonic rock and metal bands? Probably, but SAVN stand out from the crowd.
There are many 'heritage' acts out there on the circuit right now, but can Foreigner, once mightiest of the AOR crowd, still cut it. I went along to their Belfast show to find out.
Thrash metal - it hasn't gone away you know....despite the vagaries of time the spirit of thrash was alive and well when four bands came together to rock out in Belfast's Limelight.
Stiff Little Fingers have been without a new album for more than six years, but now they're back to prove that punk is relevant with a set of outstanding songs and immense lyrical content.
Power metal par excellence from Finnish act Sonata Arctica as they returned to form with their latest album Pariah's Child.
Leaves Eyes singer Liv Kristin has fronted the band as they have emerged to a real powerhouse. Here she tells about the recording of the 2013 Symphonies of the Night and how she has been influenced by Shakespeare...
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