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I Rock Photos was founded by Guillermo Prieto to cover the music scene in California. Based in the Golden State, Guillermo has contributed to national publications including Rolling Stone, Spin and Billboard Magazine.I Rock Photos is a collaborative effort which counts on the wonderful recommendations of the thousands of blog followers who visit I Rock Photos everyday along with the contribution of Creative Director Leslie M. Place. Re-Blog and spread the word.I Rock Photos is fan focused so if you have a recommendation on the next new great band or if you want your favorite band featured on I Rock Photos, drop a message in the "Ask Me Stuff!" box or e-mail gprieto1@verizon.net Ask me Stuff!

"I will hurt you and then I’ll take it away," sang Greta Valenti on Friday as Well Hung Heart made their first appearance at Pappy and Harriet’s to coincide with the release of their first full length record “Young Enough To Know it All.” This fiery Cajun left a mark with this High Desert crowd performing new material including guitar centered Devil and my new favorite Savioritis.
 You can follow Well Hung Heart on Tumblr and go catch them live at Alex’s Bar in Long Beach on Sunday.

 Click on the link for further details on their US tour:

 http://www.wellhungheart.com

 http://irockphotos.net

 © Guillermo Prieto 2013

"I will hurt you and then I’ll take it away," sang Greta Valenti on Friday as Well Hung Heart made their first appearance at Pappy and Harriet’s to coincide with the release of their first full length record “Young Enough To Know it All.” This fiery Cajun left a mark with this High Desert crowd performing new material including guitar centered Devil and my new favorite Savioritis.

 You can follow Well Hung Heart on Tumblr and go catch them live at Alex’s Bar in Long Beach on Sunday.

 Click on the link for further details on their US tour:

 http://www.wellhungheart.com

 http://irockphotos.net

 © Guillermo Prieto 2013

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