Six lucky winners could win copies of either Scorpions “MTV Unplugged” or Los Lonely Boys “Revelation” courtesy of RedMusic and Pittsburgh Music Magazine! All you have to do is go to our Facebook page, make sure you LIKE our page, and then message us via Facebook as to why you should win either the Scorpions or The Los Lonely Boys newest release. Contest ends January 30th, 2014 so hurry up with those entries! Winners will be notified by Facebook message. Employees of RedMusic and Pittsburgh Music Magazine ineligible.
Scorpions “MTV Unplugged”: The first-ever “Unplugged” set from the legendary German rock band. Available as a CD/DVD combo as well as a blu-ray DVD. Recorded and filmed just a few months ago on September 11th and September 12th of this year, SCORPIONS’ MTV Unplugged was culled from two dynamic acoustic sets at the Lycabettus Theatre in Athens, Greece. The spectacular open-air theatre, situated 300 meters above the city, was an impressive backdrop for the first-ever open-air show in the history of “MTV Unplugged” (the theater also shares a birth year with SCORPIONS themselves, having been built in 1965, the same year the band formed). In other news, SCORPIONS are still in the midst of their epic Farewell World Tour; the tour has been going on for more than three years now. To the delight of their fans there is no end in sight, as to date the band has only played 23 out of the 38 countries planned on the itinerary.
Los Lonely Boys “Revelation”: The latest album by the Grammy-winning “Texican” rock trio is their first since guitarist Henry Garza took a nasty fall from the stage last year. Revelation – to be released January 21st, 2014 on the band’s own LonelyTone imprint Jan. 21, 2014, in association with the respected Austin-based indie Playing in Traffic and MRI – is a landmark release for the siblings. While maintaining the infectiously melodic mix of bluesy rock ‘n’ roll and rootsy brown-eyed soul that’s long endeared Los Lonely Boys to its fiercely loyal fan base, Revelation adds an expansive range of new sonic elements, e.g. the conjunto touches of “Blame It On Love,” the reggae groove of “Give A Little More,” the rustic acoustic textures of “It’s Just My Heart Talkin’ and the baroque pop elements of “There’s Always Tomorrow.”