Re: When a twenty year old album feels "new"
Posted by: Terry K. ()
Date: March 28, 2013 08:34AM

My band opened for them a few years back in Buffalo,NY. Think it was the drummers last tour--retired (forget his name just now--bald guy-damn good drummer,too). It was a great show--they still sounded quite good after all these long years. Heaven knows how old Mylees Goodwyn was but he still sang pretty well. We actually went over like gangbusters,but the club management totally dropped the ball and didn't hire rock bands much at all after that save their 1-2 top favs. They switched to Country and then folded. :-( T

PS: I liked some of Power Play. I recall playing Enough Is Enough for awhile back then as it was the album's hit track.

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When a twenty year old album feels "new" 523 trooper 03/27/2013 09:04AM
Re: When a twenty year old album feels "new" 272 pjs 03/27/2013 09:42AM
Re: When a twenty year old album feels "new" 203 Terry K. 03/27/2013 12:30PM
Re: When a twenty year old album feels "new" 180 Scott Watson 03/27/2013 06:38PM
Re: When a twenty year old album feels "new" 164 rocknut 03/27/2013 06:55PM
Re: When a twenty year old album feels "new" 131 machinehead 03/27/2013 10:34PM
Re: When a twenty year old album feels "new"100 Terry K. 03/28/2013 08:34AM
Re: When a twenty year old album feels "new" 68 Walk In The Shadows 03/29/2013 01:19AM
Re: When a twenty year old album feels "new" 62 Terry K. 03/29/2013 06:27AM
Re: When a twenty year old album feels "new" 74 Walk In The Shadows 03/30/2013 02:42AM


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