Tonya Haze


I’m Worried About Gene Simmons

I follow a lot of celebrities on social media. Particularly rock musicians. And every once in awhile I see something that makes me worry about them. Like this post that Gene Simmons made recently: Anyone else put ice cubes in their cereal? — Gene Simmons (@genesimmons) January 2, 2020   What? This is a…read more »


Christmas Radio Show: Yes, Virginia, There Is A Santa Claus

Once again this year, I got the privilege of performing in Central Wisconsin Area Community Theater’s annual Christmas radio show. This year’s production was the hearwarming tale – Yes, Virginia, There Is A Santa Claus. I got to be on stage with some great actors, lending our voices to this show. You may even know…read more »


5 Classic Rock Inspired Gifts For The Holidays

5. Food Food is always a great gift! Make it yourself, or find a great gift basket at the bakery!   4. Toys and Games Does the rocker in your life have a favorite tv show, movie, or game? Get something fun that’s related to their fav. You can never go wrong with an action…read more »


Trans-Siberian Orchestra: More Than A Rock Show

I don’t usually write concert reviews, but last night I had an experience. Yes, I went to a concert, but it was more than that. I went to see Trans-Siberian Orchestra at the Resch Center in Green Bay. If you have never had the chance to see Trans-Siberian Orchestra, you are missing out. You probably…read more »

RRHOF 600x600

Tonya Haze Interviews: Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame

This morning the nominations for the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame were announced. And every year when they are announced, there is always LOTS of discussion about why certain artists were nominated,and why some were not. Earlier today, I got to interview two people from the Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame – Jason…read more »

Diamond In A Field

Want To Live Longer? Get A Dog.

Having a dog can help you live longer? Apparently. That’s according to a new study published this week in the American Heart Association Journal Circulation: Cardiovascular Quality and Outcomes. The study says that owning a dog lowers your risk of all-cause mortality by 24%, and lowers your risk of cardiovascular death by 31%! Wow! Previous…read more »