Mar 22, 2023

Stone Horses, Charlie Cunningham, 3 Headed Snake

Category: CD/Video Reviews


Stone Horses have a brand new single out titled, “FAFO” and the video features song comical clips of things going horribly wrong.  Stone Horses evolved from Charm City Devils and features John Allen on vocals & Jason Heiser on drums.

 STONE HORSES have supported: Greta Van Fleet, RIVAL SONS, SLASH and Myles Kennedy, Blackberry Smoke, Glorious Sons, Buckcherry and  Saving Abel.  



“Untouchable Undead”

 3 Headed Snake is a Los Angeles based metal band that features Johnny Ray on vocals and two-time Grammy Nominated guitarist Sin Quirin on guitar.    Quirin is best known for his stint in the band Ministry.

 “Untouchable Undead” is the first of 4 songs the band are releasing and this particular track is old school metal with striking vocals, chunky guitars, and melodic overtones which make it an instantly memorable rocker.  

 The vocals layed down by Ray are inviting, versatile, and characteristically strong.  The guitar solo laid down by Sin is perhaps his best recorded work to date.  Sin is primarily known for his work in the Industrial music world but with 3 Headed Snake he will now be known for his work in the Hard Rock/Metal world because his writing and riffage is superb.

“Untouchable Dead” is a solid rocker and fans can check it out at:




 “Frame” is an interesting record that couples jazz with electronic elements; The build up is slow while the mood is moderate on this release.  

 Best described as Indie-Folk, Charlie performs from the heart, “Frame” is Charlie’s third full length release.   His first official album, “Lines” came out in 2017 and was followed by “Permanent Way” in 2019.
Charlie is UK based and has remained an underground hit winning fans over via internet buzz and strong live performances.  In 2018 Charlie won 2 awards at the 2018 Pop Awards: “Album of the Year” for “Lines” and “Emerging Artist of the Year”.

 The artwork for “Frame” matches the music perfectly; it’s sleek, artistic, and free form.  The flow on this record is such that every song can be listened to as either a stand alone track or one long continuous song.  “Shame I Know” & “Pathways” are stand out tracks to check out.


 Two-time Rock & Roll Hall of Fame inductee and founding member of Crosby Stills & Nash and the Hollies, Graham Nash is playing Rams Head On Stage 4/15-16 and The Birchmere 4/18-19 in anticipation of Now, his first new studio album in seven years, out May 19 via BMG.

 Nash says of the record: "I believe that my new album Now is the most personal one I have ever made. At this point in my life, that's something to say.”

Author: Bob Suehs