So you’ve heard the amazing “Roooooccccckkkkeeeettttt!!!! Don’t change that dial…” drop on air every day with us. Well ladies, and gentlemen, allow us to introduce Neil Middletone, the lead singer of Royal Bliss and a man who just keep taking our Rocket breathe away…
Get everything good from these guys at RoyalBliss.com! We love you Royal Bliss <3 <3 <3
Want answers is plain English? No automated phone line, no web surfing, and scary dollar numbers you don’t understand. Here’s your chance to ask a REAL person WTF is going on. And trust us, we know the insanity found in the new Health Laws, just look at Jack! He’s gone bald because of it!
New Mexico Health Insurance Exchange to Launch Campaign to Reach “Young Invincibles”
About The Need for Health Insurance and Their Options
WHO: The New Mexico Health Insurance Exchange (NMHIX), which was created to help individuals and small business get access to affordable health insurance plans
WHAT: A news conference and event to launch a new communications campaign aimed at educating “young invincibles” (adults 18-34 who are not covered by a parent’s health insurance plan) about the need for health insurance and their options under NMHIX
WHERE: Doña Ana Community College, East Mesa Campus, 2800 Sonoma Ranch Road, Las Cruces
Student Resources Building (See map)
WHEN: Thursday, February 13, 2014 11 a.m. Continue reading
Chevelle will release their new album, La Gargola, on April 1st, and they won’t waste time playing the songs on the effort live. The group has announced a spring tour that gets underway on April 4th in Indianapolis and runs through May. During that time they’ll be playing at a handful of festivals as well. . Get all the band’s dates at ChevelleInc.com.
In other news, the line-up for this year’sRocklahoma festival has been announced and it boasts a diverse set of acts. Kid Rock, Five Finger Death Punch, Staind, Deftones, Twisted Sister, Motorhead, Seether and Black Label Society are just a few of the dozens of performers at the event, which takes place May 23rd to the 25th in Pryor, Oklahoma. Tickets go on sale Friday at Rocklahoma.com.
FILM LAS CRUCES TO HOST STATE OF FILMMAKING IN SOUTHERN NEW MEXICO
AT THE RIO GRANDE THEATRE, FEBRUARY 12
Las Cruces, NM (January 24, 2014) – The future of filmmaking in southern New Mexico has never looked brighter than it does right now. At 7 p.m. Wednesday, February 12, 2014, Film Las Cruces, in association with the Regional Film Development Advisory Committee (RFDAC) and the White Sands International Film Festival (WSIFF), will present an evening of short presentations on the State of Filmmaking in Southern New Mexico at the Rio Grande Theatre, 211 N. Main St. in downtown Las Cruces.
Film makers and film enthusiasts alike are invited to hear a presentation by special guest Dirk Norris, founder of the New Mexico Film Foundation, a non-profit organization whose mission is to help support the independent film industry in New Mexico, while offering financial assistance and educational opportunities to New Mexico’s independent film makers. Norris is the former Outreach Programs Manager for the New Mexico Film Office, as well as the former Film Liaison for Lincoln County.
Joining Dirk will be Janet Davidson, founding president of New Mexico Women in Film and vice chair of Women in Film and Television International. Having had a successful career as an Equity and SAG actor, as well as an Assistant Director and Director of episodic prime-time television (Earth 2, Cagney & Lacey, Soul Food, Judging Amy), Davidson has taught both film and drama, gives monthly acting workshops and has presented seminars on the film industry to youth and adult audiences. Continue reading
All this week we’re gearing up for that big day of love, with an even bigger dose of bitterness!!! So if you want to step out of the romantic light and binge on chocolate while making fun of awkward lovers, you’ve found the right place!!! And we have to admit, if anyone knows the way to The Rocket Crew’s heart, and that’s Buzzfeed! So we’ll be highlight the best of Buzzfeed’s Valentine Week!
Godsmack haven’t released new music since 2010’s The Oracle, but it seems that is going to soon change. A photo put up on the band’s Twitter page shows the guys hard at work in a studio in Florida and singer Sully Erna, who celebrated his birthday this past Friday, then tweeted, “The band is on FIRE lately! Finished 11 songs in two weeks so far. 2014 watch the f**k out!”
Drummer Shannon Larkin followed that up with more details, revealing that they wrote a bunch of songs in Florida while a new studio was built for them in New England. They’re now back in the Boston area and are “creating like maniacs.” He said there are lots of new songs and they are “deep into this.” No word yet on when the new music will come out but you can stay up to date at Twitter.com/Godsmack.
Last year, Sully starred in the action-horror film Army of the Damned, which is now out on DVD. Are you excited about new Godsmack music?
Club Azul inside Hotel Encanto: Alister M (7:30-10:30p.m.)
De La Vega’s: MST Jazz Trio (9p.m., free, 21+ after 10p.m.)
Deming Performing Arts Theater: The Freddie and Sheila Show (2p.m., $10)
El Patio: College Night with DJ Flipz and DJ Mike G, feel good music (9p.m., $3, 21+)
Hurricane Alley: DJ Cane (9p.m.-2 a.m., $5for men and free for women all night)
Jose Murphy’s: DJ Angel (10p.m., 21+)
MFive: Keith Rea (6-8p.m., 21+)
St. Clair Winery: Dan Lambert (6p.m., free)
10Pin Alley: Rock N Bowl with DJ Ray J (9p.m.-1a.m., $12)
AmaroWinery: D.A.M.N. Nation (7p.m., free)
De La Vega’s: Overcome Las Cruces (9p.m., free, 21+ after 10p.m.)
The Game Sports Bar and Grill: Tiffany Christopher (7-11p.m., free)
Hurricane Alley: Wayland Band present by The Rocket 99.5(10p.m., $7, 21+)
Luna Rossa: Dan Lambert (6-9p.m., free)
MFive: Dusty Low (8:30-11:30p.m., 21+)
St. Clair Winery: Derrick Harris (6:30p.m., free)
Ump 88: Ed and Jerry (7 p.m., free) Vintage Wines: Alister M., indie/folk (8p.m., free)
Ardovino’s Desert Crossing (Sunland Park, N.M.): $50-3 course dinner, concert tax and gratuity (5:30p.m.)
Club Azul inside Hotel Encanto: Sexy Saturdays with DJ Flipz (9p.m., $5, 21+)
De La Vega’s: Dan Lambert (7-10p.m., free, 21+ after 10p.m.)
Dublin’s Street Pub: CHIVE Saturday (8p.m.-2a.m., ladies free and $5for men, 21+)
The Game Sports Bar and Grill: Travis Manning (7-11p.m., free)
Hurricane Alley: Soul Train (10p.m., $5, 21+)
Luna Rossa: David Valenzuela (6-9p.m., free) MFive: All request DJ (8:30-11:30p.m., 21+)
Sparky’s: Derrick Lee Trio (12:30-3:30p.m., free)
St. Clair Winery: Smokin’ Mirrors (6p.m., free)
Sunset Grill at Sonoma Ranch: Kim Lytton, vocalist, pianist, violinist (6-9p.m., free)
Vintage Wines: Jamie Lynn Amato, acoustic (8p.m., free)
Sombra AntiqueWinery (Chamberino, N.M.): Travis Manning (2-5p.m., free)
Sparky’s: Desperados (12:30-3:30p.m., free)