Rock And Roll Traffic was set up in October 2016 with the intention of becoming an online
centre for a range of music-related content. Primarily dealing with all forms of rock music alongside a helping of blues, metal, country, folk and jazz – or anything else we find which interests us! – we feature articles on an unlimited variety of topics, reviews of CDs and live shows, interviews and stories from artists and live acoustic sessions filmed and produced by ourselves.
Based in Glasgow, Scotland we aim to provide a flavour of the thriving local music scene as well as looking outwards all around the world. Going forward the plan is to develop and expand the site and so welcome all thoughts, comments and contributions – get in touch via our Facebook page or email firstname.lastname@example.org!
Don’t worry though we’ve got plenty ideas of our own in the pipeline as well… stay tuned!
Rock And Roll Traffic is primarily operated by Cameron Arndt, who writes and produces the majority of content with the occasional assistance of some talented but nameless helpers…
Cam has been involved in the music scene in Central Scotland for almost 15 years. He has played in bands such as Cherenkov Drive and The Black Lights as well as performing solo acoustic shows around the country. He has also toured extensively as road crew for The Fire And I and later worked as their manager as they recorded and released their second album, Double Kamikaze.
Other Team Members:
Editors: Matt Currie, Kyle Arndt
Tech Support: Garry Murrie (whether he wants to be or not!)
Guru: Hooligan Sadikson