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Wed
27
Apr

GLENN HUGHES & ROBIN ZANDER Front Adopt The Arts Benefit

  ADOPT THE ARTS: BENEFIT CONCERT AND AUCTION FOR MUSIC AND ARTS PROGRAMS IN LAUSD SCHOOLS SET FOR THURSDAY, MAY 12 AT THE FONDA THEATRE IN HOLLYWOOD   MUSIC LUMINARIES CONFIRMED TO HONOR AND PERFORM WITH 2016 ROCK & ROLL HALL OF FAME INDUCTEES GLENN HUGHES & ROBIN ZANDERRED CARPET (6:00 PM), CONCERT BEGINS (7:30 PM) 
 
Tue
26
Apr

ROB MORATTI Gets Transcendent on June 24

  Escape Music announces the new ROB MORATTI album Transcendent, due out June 24.

Track List: 1- Answer Of Life  4:46 / 2-Don’t Give Up 3:53 / 3- Edge Of Love  4:01 / 4- I’m Back  4:28 / 5-Lost And Lonely 5:31 / 6-I’m Flying High 4:32 / 7-Within Your Eyes 5:06 / 8-Midst Of June 5:06 / 9-There’s No Denying 4:22 / 10-To Be An Honest Man 5:02 / 11-Baby I'm Yours 4:48 / 12-Euphoria 3:06

Rob Moratti - Lead Vocals and all background harmonies. Torben Enevoldsen - Lead, rhythm guitars and keyboards. Fredrik Bergh - Keyboards / Tony Franklin - Bass. Stu Reid - Drums and percussion. / Christian Wolff - Lead and rhythm guitars on "Don't Give Up" and "Lost And Lonely". Ian Crichton (Saga) - Lead guitars on "I'm Back".

 
Tue
26
Apr

QUEENSRYCHE Announce 2016 Australian Tour

  American Progressive Metal Legends, QUEENSRYCHE return to Australia for their first tour in nearly a decade thanks to Tombowler www.tombowler.com.au + Metropolis Touring www.metropolistouring.com + David Roy Williams   Having sold over 30 million albums around the world over the course of their storied 30-plus-year career, QUEENSRYCHE triumphant legacy of progressive metal classics is one of the most celebrated in hard rock and heavy metal and the band's revitalised line up has consistently delivered high-octane live shows combining the hungry fire of a new band with the tempered experience of master showmen.  

 
Fri
22
Apr

CHRIS OUSEY - Dream Machine (Review)

  Veteran British vocalist Chris Ousey already has a wealth of impressive material to his name with such acts as Virginia Wolf, Heartland and The Distance. His debut solo album was a long time coming, but was everything a Chris Ousey fan could possibly wish for, made even better with the production and musical nouse of the great Mike Slamer. For his anticipated sophomore solo release, there’s no Slamer, but there is drummer/producer Lars Chriss and he has done a very good job maintaining the big punchy sound of the debut.   That album was truly outstanding, so I wasn’t expecting as much from this album, but still hoped it would come close. It does.
 

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