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2 days ago
Honestabe30
Interesting list...article is over a year old, evidenced by the statement that Black Country Communion's third album is mentioned as "in the works".
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3 days ago
Honestabe30
Vic or John? New Adriangale music by the time of MRF4? Think I remember an estimated September release for the new Adriangale...
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3 days ago
Honestabe30
For me, I would place those bands as follows: JOURNEY SURVIVOR TOTO FOREIGNER NIGHT RANGER REO SPEEDWAGON STYX BOSTON KANSAS TRIUMPH
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9 days ago
Honestabe30
Love Gaslight Anthem. Read an article on them in Classic Rock a year or so back and checked out their stuff. Became a fast fan. Loving the new one.
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9 days ago
Honestabe30
Well, I don't know about Jeff Watson...I mean he's been so busy with...um...uh...what's he been up to again?
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10 days ago
Honestabe30
The Yngwie and Daisley ones sound intriguing. The way you describe Michael Sweet's book sounds a bit like Tony Iommi's book. I mean, Iommi's is fairly detailed but the chapters are each about 2-8 pages long.
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10 days ago
Honestabe30
Yes, I am a Christian myself and I really enjoyed Brian "Head" Welch's book - to see someone who's life is truly transformed like that. My brother tells me his Korn bandmate Fieldy wrote agood book too - I guess he too became Christian, but unlike Head, he chose to stay in Korn. Michael Sweet's book just came out a couple of months ago - it is called Honestly: My Life and Strype
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10 days ago
Honestabe30
Maybe Coverdale nicked his new guitarist from his mate Glenn Hughes - Andrew Watt of California Breed.
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10 days ago
Honestabe30
Ydde Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > nobody taller than eric martin That pretty much leaves Eric Ragno now that Dio is gone... ;-)
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10 days ago
Honestabe30
First one that comes to mind for me is: John Norum - Endica Jorn - Below Exact same riff, and Norum is not listed in the song writing credits on the Jorn song.
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11 days ago
Honestabe30
Thanks Don! This is my second marriage and it is night-and-day from the first. only 5 days in, but I am very happy. I have been really into rock star bios of late for some reason. Previously I had only read Red by Sammy Hagar and Save Me From Myself by Brian "Head" Welch. But in the past 6 months, I have read the bios from Paul Stanley, Ace Frehley, Ozzy, and Tony Iommi. Just
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12 days ago
Honestabe30
I knew about it but have not heard it. I enjoyed his other project Widowmaker, particularly their first CD. I have been wanting to read that book too but can't find it anywhere. Having the same problem with Michael Sweet's new autobiography.
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16 days ago
Honestabe30
Thanks for the well wishes everyone.
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16 days ago
Honestabe30
Good news is they aren't Hells Bells... ;-)
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16 days ago
Honestabe30
Getting married tomorrow. Bring on the wedding bells. Fiancee is promising some melodicrock staples in the music mix. I think she was going to have 7th Heaven's medley CD as either mingling music or dinner music.
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19 days ago
Honestabe30
Ramsay, I said the same thing when I heard. Then I posted that video on Facebook of the scene in Dead Poets' Society near the end, when Robin Williams gathers his things to go and the boys all climb up on their desks and say "Oh Captain, my Captain." A fitting farewell to a comedic and dramatic genius and one of my all-time favorites. I did not realize that yesterday was also the
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27 days ago
Honestabe30
Ha, ha...well, I am a Christian and when I worked there I knew they were a Christian company and my boss was Christian. But the only time that really came up was with the nationwide policy to be closed on Sundays, which was pretty much explained as a policy in place so employees could spend the day with their families, attend church (if that is what they did), etc. We never sat around discussin
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28 days ago
Honestabe30
So wanted to go but i had my son that night. Looking forward to next month's live release.
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28 days ago
Honestabe30
For the record, from someone who used to work for Chick-Fil-A and has kept up with their nutrition guide over the years, they are way less fattening than most fast food. The main CFA sandwich is not fried chicken, it is battered and then pressure cooked in peanut oil, which keeps the fat content lower than say KFC. And the grilled chicken is even lower fat and delicious. I know waaay OT...i saw
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4 weeks ago
Honestabe30
Seven is one of my favorites from them and I concur it would be great to hear some of that material live. I have never seen them live though so I figure anything I'd hear live from them would be great.
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5 weeks ago
Honestabe30
I disagree - i liked pretty much every song on both Damn Yankees albums. That said, I remember hearing a bit about the 3rd DY album that they were working on - they had replaced Tommy with Damon Johnson as I recall. So it was undoubtedly different in style and sound than the previous two. Given that, it doesn't surprise me that Andrew has said he didn't like it. I concur with what a few other
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5 weeks ago
Honestabe30
Really? I always got the sense that Jack and Tommy got on really well.
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5 weeks ago
Honestabe30
I didn't think of Pat's singing talents when I suggested Portnoy - hmm - not that Portnoy can't sing, but I wouldn't rate him the level of singer that Pat Torpey is. None of this is meant to be insensitive to what Pat is going through, just thoughts about who could possibly fill in for him (with hopes that he could return full time somehow).
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5 weeks ago
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I seem to remember way back when there was some kind of indication of issues between Ted and Tommy. Possibly in relation to political views or in relation to Tommy being a vegitarian and Ted being Carnivorous Maximus. Just reading the transcript my take is that there are issues, they aren't Jack's issues, and he does not want to speak for Ted or Tommy. All that being said, it seems each is doin
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5 weeks ago
Honestabe30
Interesting - saw an advertisement for this year's KOOL concert in Denver. KOOL has always been the main oldies station in this area. I remember an early 90's KOOL concert was headlined by Chubby Checker. This year's lineup? Rick Springfield, Cheap Trick, Loverboy, and The Romantics. I guess it's official...80's music is now "oldies". Whatever, I bet it will be a good show.
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5 weeks ago
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tts42572, I agree with you. One sticking point, like you said a lot of younger fans go to Vans Warped. I honestly think Melodic Rock's younger fans tend to be the ones who are essentially converted by their parents. Unfortunately, a lot of the parents seem to hold the highest value on the nostalgia factor. They will shell out money to go see Journey, Bon Jovi, or Def Leppard play their hits f
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5 weeks ago
Honestabe30
blm Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Damn ... would LOVE another Toby/Erik album! Hear, hear! Much as I love Pride of Lions, Mercury's Down is possibly my favorite Toby recording.
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5 weeks ago
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Oh how i wish you had dates on U.S. soil, Magnum - particularly in CO. But I know the U.S. following is probably not large enough to warrant the trip sadly. People don't know what they are missing!
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5 weeks ago
Honestabe30
Kivel Records had a booth at the last MRF with all the Kivel releases that were still in print for sale - including Tango Down's. So i would expect the same at this MRF. John Kivel was also great at talking up the releases and connecting fans with his artists over the weekend. Come to think, I believe the gal on the cover of Identity Crisis was there at the Kivel booth at MRF3 too.
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5 weeks ago
Honestabe30
Very sad to hear this. I love his drumming. As for a fill in live drummer, having seen the chemistry with Billy Sheehan at a recent Winery Dogs gig, I think Mike Portnoy would be great to sit in for Pat. Given that I also consider Portnoy one of the best drummers around these days, I think Mr. Big needs someone of his range and versatility and talent if they are going to have anyone sit in
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