Every Sunday night, 10pm to midnight, 95.5 KLAQ brings you two hours of the latest national rock releases and we shine the spotlight on local rock from the Borderland: Q-Connected.

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This week we have an artist making a "Comeback". Actually make that TWO artists: All Good Things & Craig Mabbitt from Escape the Fate & the new song is called, fittingly, "The Comeback" off of All Good Things' latest album A Hope In Hell.

We also will hear the new Shaman's Harvest, who had a HUGE hit back in 2009 "Dragonfly". They're working on their upcoming 7th studio album coming out later in 2021 & we'll hear their new single "Voices".

We also have a very moving tribute to the late great Prince by Nonpoint; a cover of "When Doves Cry", who got a seal of approval from Prince's old bandmates, The Revolution. We also have new rock by Memphis May Fire, Bullet For My Valentine (who just announced their new self-titled album dropping November 5th), Mastodon (their new album "Hushed & Grim" drops later in October on the 29th) & much more.

And we can't forget about local rock: this week we'll feature The Deep Shadows, Sleepsent, The Sullivans, Rivers Ventura, Shadow Valley, Letting Up Despite Great Faults & much more.

If you're a local artist, you perform in or within 200 miles of El Paso & you want to submit your music for the show, you can send your tunes in right HERE or email me at daniel.paulus@townsquaremedia.com

Join me for Q-Connected every Sunday night, 10pm to midnight, on 95.5 KLAQ.

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