Keepin' it Metal with MFNRocks.com

When I checked my metal detector this morning, it was off the charts -- I mean like a Geiger counter in heat, rooster in a 3-story hen house kind of off-the-charts. After re-checking the calibrations, they were right on. This was a legit and fair warning ... something wicked this way comes.

A good friend, going all the way back to somewhere in the latter part of 1900's, is launching MFNRocks.com tonight at 6pm EST, and they're doing it LIVE. The madness behind the method? None other than Bryan Shaw; Rock Music Aficionado, Radio Personality, Entertainment Media Magnate, Budweiser Connoisseur, and all around Kick-Ass Kinda Guy.

It's music for the net, but DO NOT bring Koolaid to this gin party. As sourced from the site:

"MFNRocks is a group of music enthusiasts who have over 35 years of experience in the business - and some who have no experience - and love to Rock. MFNRocks will keep you up to date on the latest happenings in the world of Rock n Roll, give you our opinion on the latest CD releases, and show you some of the hottest chicks on the net. After all, no matter how many hot chicks you see it never gets old."

And those, my friends, are the just the kind of things that also keep us young. Don't resist.

So if I recommend anything today, it's that you grab a six-pack of cold Buds in honor of Bryan, invite some friends over and tune in to MFNRocks.com for the LIVE launch at 6pm EST. Also be sure to jump on their Facebook and like 'em, friend request 'em, and whatever else it is all the cool kids are doing online these days to support one another.

Just be sure and tell 'em who sent ya. As always, Bryan, best of luck from your fellow bros in the dirty south. One more thing, while I'm at it, here's a blog post from Bryan on MFNRocks.com yesterday, takin' us back to some wild good times with some of the best in the biz. I was touring with SBQ at the time, banging the skins and smashing the brass, along with my brothers, Brooks and Tom. The video is rated 'A' as acceptable to all viewers. That was a good night -- first of many shows with the legendary Lynyrd Skynyrd.

Rock it all the way up, Bryan. We'll be tuning in -- stp