Race Car Driver Oliver Webb



Written by Tammy KC Hegyes
Edited by Terri Bassett

Oliver Webb started at an early age in racing. With a young man’s dream and jumping into karting and then T-cars, he made his way into finding more speed, insane challenges, and never stopping with his talents as a driver for “Formula 3 Racing.

” Oliver Webb seems to be moving up quickly through the ranks of racing…now in world series by Renault, the feeder series to Formula 1!
Oliver was born in Manchester, England and started at the age of nine with karting and then T-cars. Noticed for his skills as a competitor behind the wheel, he continued to move forward.

With the help of BMW funding Oliver in a scholarship program, he won in Valencia, Spain.

He was propelled up the ranks…the dream fulfilled and a man never looking back. Who is Oliver Webb? Well, we’ve been given the opportunity to speak with Mr. Webb and find that out!
First of all, I’d like to thank you, Oliver, for sharing your story with Rock Thiz Magazine.

ROCK THIZ MAGAZINE: Oliver, with the 2013 racing year now upon us, what are your objectives for this year?
OLIVER WEBB: This year, I need to finish in the top three in the championship in world series. The cars are the closest thing to Formula 1, and more drivers have gone to Formula 1 from.

To Read More About Oliver Webb

Pickup Rock Thiz Magazine Issue #2 Vol.2 April 2013


“Fast Cars, Guitars, Tattoos & Scars”


“Fast Cars, Guitars, Tattoos & Scars” is a 14-song masterpiece that represents the band’s thoughts, angst, joy and trials of living music.
With the support of their producer Olivier Zahm, they expand textures to pedal steel, piano, saxophones (from bass to alto), fiddle, banjo…
They stretch their sound with more blues, bluegrass, honky-tonk as well as loads of talented guest musicians: notably the crooner Pat Roberts (& The Heymakers), the multi-instrumentalist powerhouse Shea Marshall, as well as country fiend Tony Martinez.
Voodoo Swing remains faithful to retro, roots music and traditional American rock’n’roll: painting rich contemporary nuances with greasy touch of darkness.

July 1st, 2013 – Casa Nostra, Aalst (Belgium)
July 3rd, 2013 – Lowlife, Bregenz (Austria)
July 4th, 2013 – Wild at Heart, Berlin (Germany)
July 5th, 2013 – Hamburg (Germany) TBA
July 6th, 2013 – Lapp, Münster (Germany)
July 7th, 2013 – B-Day Barbecue, Dornbirn (Austria)
July 8th, 2013 – Subway to Peter, Chemnitz (Germany)
July 10th to 13th, 2013 (Sweden) TBA
July 14th, 2013 – Cowboy Up, Waardamme (Belgium)
July 15th, 2013 – Mudd Club, Straßbourg (France)
July 18th and 19th, 2013 – Cahors Blues Festival (France)
July 20th, 2013 – Cruisers Monster Bop, Schützengilde, Pfullingen (Germany)
July 22nd/23rd/24th, 2013 – Blue Balls Festival, Lucerne (Switzerland)
July 26th, 2013 – Club Yesterday – Bremerhaven (Germany)
July 27th/28th – TBA, Netherlands


Contact: Cecile Pereira





Written by Yvonne Laughlin

Edited by Terri Bassett

        After the great success from Against All Will’s album, A Rhyme & Reason, who’s “The Drug I Need” has cracked the top ten on Sirius XM Octane, Against All Will is ready to do it again.  The first single to be released off the upcoming album, “Love the Way You Hate Me” is already in rotation on Sirius XM Octane and several FM stations throughout the United States.

Against All Will, formed by guitarist and principal songwriter, Jimmy Allen – an original member of the band Puddle of Mudd – boasts ripe, radio-friendly Rock songs replete with fat hooks, huge choruses, and melodies that linger long after the music has stopped.

Powered by the vocals of frontman Mizzy Pacheco and a heavy-hitting rhythm section of former Soulfly bassist Cello Dias and drummer Steve Wilson, Against All Will’s seven-track, debut, A Rhyme & Reason, is a warm wash of sweet tone and salty vibrato, with lyrics that hit just as hard as the songs.

For more information, visit the following sites:




Yvonne Laughlin

Against All Will