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2 days ago
Honestabe30
I understand about the kids - my wife and I just had a baby 2 weeks ago and I expect it will greatly curb my concert going. After a lengthy period with very little live music, I have now enjoyed two years of great concerts. Here is this year's: January - Raiding the Rock Vault in Las Vegas with Robin McCauley, Paul Shortino, Howard Leese, Hugh McDonald, Mark Boals, Andrew Freeman, Jay Schel
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2 days ago
Honestabe30
The short version is he married a pastor and has been leading worship music in her church as his Journey schedule allows. he decided to write some original music as a part of the worship leader role and I guess he is releasing an album of this.
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7 days ago
Honestabe30
Some that come to my mind: Warrant/Cherry Pie Skid Row/Slave to the Grind Danger Danger/Screw It! (although I may be in the minority on that) Cinderella/Long Cold Winter Work of Art/In Progress John Norum/Face the Truth (although I really like Total Control) Europe/Wings of Tomorrow Metallica/Ride the Lightning House of Lords/Sahara Trixter/Hear! and I agree on Masterplan/Aeronautics
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22 days ago
Honestabe30
Guess I can't complain too much - they did do the VIP meet and greet before they ended up cancelling. So at least I got a photo with the band, autographs, a soundcheck where they played most of several songs, including Afraid of Love and Pamela. Yeah, the gig would have been cool - I had 3rd row center- but I still got more than most Denver fans.
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22 days ago
Honestabe30
I almost went to this but opted to go to Toto instead. I guess I would have gotten a show if I went to this instead, but no regrets. I did VIP for Toto, so I still got to hear soundcheck and meet the guys, get a photo, autographs, etc. before they cancelled the actual show. Still, I have yet to catch Kelly-fronted Foreigner live and I really need to - love Kelly's voice!
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5 weeks ago
Honestabe30
Thanks for the input everyone. I had also asked his tour manager, who has been the one sending the VIP detail emails. He came back today and suggested the book or the figure. Hmmm.
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5 weeks ago
Honestabe30
Dropped some dough on a VIP ticket to Ace a few months ago - show is tonight. Really looking forward to it. Only have seen Ace live once - on the Psycho Circus tour. But as an added bonus, I get to meet him and get a picture with him, not to mention all the extra stuff they throw in (Poster, signed 8X10, signed CD, t-shirt, custom guitar picks, laminate). First time I am meeting a founding memb
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5 weeks ago
Honestabe30
The additional vocals were provided by a second keyboardist they had on stage, literally positioned in Jon Cain's shadow. He was hard to see but he was there. Great show! I always liked them with Deen, but it was very cool to see the legendary Steve Smith back on drums. 4/5 of the Escape/Frontiers lineup!
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5 weeks ago
Honestabe30
Yes, that was Bill Payne on keys. I was at that show, he got to play a great piano/keys solo.
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5 weeks ago
Honestabe30
At first when I heard he had done this I thought, oh geez. But I have to say, I thought it was surprisingly effective especially coupled with the video.
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6 weeks ago
Honestabe30
A couple more vocalist changes and they could be redubbed Red Dragon Bonfire.
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7 weeks ago
Honestabe30
I liked what I heard, will be pre-ordering. In fact, the clip motivated me to purchase their previous release from NEH before the pre-order link went up.
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7 weeks ago
Honestabe30
My takeaway when I read that was "Huh. Stephen Shareaux and Chip Z'Nuff. Interesting." And that was the extent of my excitement. No clue about the other three guys and Enuff Tracee, as I will now call them, doesn't hold enough interest for me personally. I don't know, I do like some Kik Tracee and some Enuff ZNuff, so certainly if I hear enough (enuff?) great audio clips I will cha
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8 weeks ago
Honestabe30
I like so many artists, within a range from straight up pop music to heavy metal to some progressive stuff and the occasional quirky artist. I will try to narrow to artists from a particular decade that impacted me at that time: 1960s - born in 1969, so while I later came to appreciate some 60s music, it really didn't impact me as a newborn. 1970s - I probably have to go with Abba or Pau
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2 months ago
Honestabe30
That's kind of always been Frontiers modus operandi though...in the early 2000s it was every album being produced by Fabrizio V. Zee Grossi. Then it was Dennis Ward producing everything. Then they had Erik Martensson and/or Ale Del Vecchio doing everything. And now Flores. They'll work him as a producer until they find their next favorite producer and then you'll see a new name on every album
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2 months ago
Honestabe30
Really like this new song by Mitch. In other news, how is it the guy still looks 25? Seriously, I noticed that in person at MRF4 too - dude does not age.
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2 months ago
Honestabe30
Nice review, man! My first KISS was on the Revenge tour. Loved that era! Next time I saw them was on the Psycho Circus tour with Ace and Peter back in the band. Saw them for the third time on the KISS/Def Leppard/Kobra and the Lotus tour a couple of years ago. They have never disappointed me. Seeing Ace Frehley next month here in Denver - going VIP. Figured it would be cool to spend
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2 months ago
Honestabe30
Geez, the first song I remember hearing? Probably C is For Cookie. My childhood music memories mostly come from what my parents listened to - pop and country music. From before the age of 10, I can remember hearing Let Your Love Flow, Don't It Make My Brown Eyes Blue, Listen to What the Man Said, Dancing Queen, Silly Love Songs, Have You Never Been Mellow, The Gambler, Magic (Olivia Newton
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2 months ago
Honestabe30
I loved his MRF3 set - it was pretty heavy on Journey but also included a few new songs and I think one Tyketto track and Wild on the Run if I'm not mistaken. This set, with the exception on In the Moment and probably Higher Place, is virtually identical to a setlist you would see with Journey themselves. I get it, Journey represents the most successful 8 years of his career. Heck, I saw Journe
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3 months ago
Honestabe30
Kinda bummed I missed this. It had been on my radar and then I forgot. Never seen any of them live. And I wasn't aware Joe was singing for The Sweet - he's fantastic, having seen him with Heaven and Earth at MRF and then co-fronting Dio Disciples with Oni Logan at M3.
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3 months ago
Honestabe30
I get almost everything from NEH, but they are not listing this one on their coming soon page.
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3 months ago
Honestabe30
Thank you. I will probably order through there then.
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3 months ago
Honestabe30
So less than a month until the release of the new Dare CD - Sacred Ground and I can't seem to find it for pre-order anywhere...I've checked Amazon, NEH, Import CDs, eBay, the official Dare website, all my usual places and none of them are listing it. Just doing a search for Dare Sacred Ground I turned up a website for a store out of Germany that has it up for preorder. That's it. Has anyone e
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3 months ago
Honestabe30
"I know, there's something coming out" - I shouldn't laugh at that, but I did.
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3 months ago
Honestabe30
LOL...goat boy. I totally forgot about that one!
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3 months ago
Honestabe30
I guess it is to me to be an alternate POV. I picked it up having heard little of it because of the folks involved. I would never claim it is album of the year or anything, but I thought it was a decent, fun rock album. Maybe a little lacking in songwriting or production, but I didn't hate it. If any of that helps.
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3 months ago
Honestabe30
I am at work so I can't watch the video, but I did feel like saying - and I may be in the minority on this - I actually don't think Babymetal is bad. I enjoy what they do. I get that it isn't "pure metal" or whatever but really not an issue for me. There are plenty of metal bands that take themselves (too?) seriously, and I enjoy many of them too (even the ones that may make me thin
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3 months ago
Honestabe30
The chicken on the cover helps to give it away...as Motorhead once sang so eloquently...Rock Out With Your C*ck Out!
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3 months ago
Honestabe30
Big Tyketto fan! I first saw them live supporting Nelson in the early 90's. Next time I saw them was last year at the M3 festival in Maryland and they were just as fantastic live. I want to see them add some more U.S. date to this tour - some of us can't afford to go on the MORC. I told Danny at M3 that I'd love to see them come to Colorado here again. Hopefully they can make that happen.
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3 months ago
Honestabe30
This lineup sure makes me wish I could go! Looks like it will be a great time. I can attest from a recent show that Steelheart rocks live. Many others on that bill that I wish I could see (The Defiants, From the Fire, Blood Red Saints, to name just three).
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