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2 months ago
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His Twitter status: https://twitter.com/rickspringfield/status/811625875674382338 "My Mum in Australia has passed away while facing the blue spruce that Dad planted in the yard. In lieu of flowers: http://www.lindablairworldheart.org/donate/ " Condolences to him and the family. Jonathan N.
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2 months ago
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The Beach Boys "Little Saint Nick" is close. Jonathan N.
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2 months ago
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VUUR I have always loved her voice, and particularly her heavier songs, so this should be right up my alley. Jonathan N.
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2 months ago
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Another great lost to TwoThousandSuxteen Jonathan N
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2 months ago
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Many greats already mentioned Here are a few more I like: Fleming and John: Winter Wonderland/Misty Mountain Hop https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YW2k5W68RBI Whiteheart - Little Drummer Boy https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tHOgHsKViD4 All of the Ten Point Ten 12/25 album Misplaced: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ibDm3Wb66hA Jonathan N
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2 months ago
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Not in the UK, but I have seen him multiple times in the Atlanta area. He is a nice guy, a fantastic songwriter and great performer. Also, his wife Heather Horton is all of the above and gorgeous (not sure if she is on the UK tour with him). Jonathan N.
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2 months ago
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Michael Gleason was involved in the music ministries at North Point Church in the Atlanta area in the 2000's, I believe. Don't know if he is still involved - their website has no information on staff. Jonathan N.
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3 months ago
musicstuph
The Who - Boris the Spider https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=86IW9lPw_NE Edgar Winter Group - Frankenstein https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Pb605jAQUlk Jonathan N.
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4 months ago
musicstuph
Shout, or at least Ken Tamplin would be fun. Magdallen (various spellings) or Lanny Cordola, as well. Jonathan N.
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4 months ago
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I appreciate the hatred towards the misnamed RNRHOF, but I always hope that there will be a few good choices among the winners. There are some deserving names - I certainly hope Yes will be recognized soon. They certainly are majorly influential, even if Prog isn't your cup o' tea. Jonathan N.
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4 months ago
musicstuph
Neal Morse - plays it all, sings, writes great songs, produces Jonathan N.
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4 months ago
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Dancing Undercover is my favorite. Side 1 is perfection, IMHO. Jonathan N.
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5 months ago
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For personal reasons, Crocodile Rock. Jonathan N.
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6 months ago
musicstuph
Love his version of "Do Lord" YouTube Link to live vesion I always thought REZ were hit or miss (but some great songs in there), but loved the Kaiser/Mansfield Blues stuff. Jonathan N.
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6 months ago
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BBC News Link Jonathan N
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7 months ago
musicstuph
Glad this seems to be working for Lanny. I hope it helps these kids find joy and purpose. Jonathan N.
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7 months ago
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Heads up for those interested: some of you were probably fans of Mark Pogue & Fortress' CD "Restoration," as it was produced by the Elefante brothers. Mark has a new CD through Kickstarter: KS Link Jonathan N.
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7 months ago
musicstuph
Love the original - always loved White Heart. But I will give props to the new one. It sounds good, too. Jonathan N.
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8 months ago
musicstuph
I volunteer at a music venue that mostly has folk/singer-songwriter types. Everything from beginners at open mics to some fairly big names (Denny Laine, Amy Ray of the Indigo Girls, Janis Ian). It is amazing to me that the level of success doesn't make a difference in how fan-friendly the artists are (our to us volunteers - I often run their merch table). Met absolute nobodies who were complet
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8 months ago
musicstuph
I will add one thing no one has mentioned in this thread: I don't think the money is there to put in a real quality effort in the studio, the way there used to be. I think this is true of veteran acts, as well as the plethora of newbies. Where before, artists could really fill a song with riffs and unique style, too many new songs are chords + melody line only. The uniqueness of a truly gi
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9 months ago
musicstuph
Well, no one has mentioned former Flyleaf singer Lacey Sturm. She has a great rock voice and a solo album out earlier this year. She makes "Roxanne" into her own. Also, Beth Hart can belt it if you like a bluesy sound (mentioned previously). Jonathan N.
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10 months ago
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The BGO Loverboy/Get Lucky 2006 re-master (what I have) does not include lyrics. FWIW, I have always heard NEW romance, too. Jonathan N.
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10 months ago
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Link here He was a country music legend. Jonathan N.
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11 months ago
musicstuph
Son of a... Two thousand and suxteen strikes again. Jonathan N.
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11 months ago
musicstuph
Jamie Rowe of AdrianGale and Guardian has posted, as well. Jonathan N.
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11 months ago
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Not so much a riff, but I love the way Adrenaline Mob - Mob is Back starts. Jonathan N
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11 months ago
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I would much rather hear a cover where the new band makes it their own, rather than a re-hash. I enjoyed this, but I like lots of music outside the bounds of this board. Jonathan N.
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1 year ago
musicstuph
I can't compare, as I don't own any vinyl, though I have a few rare CDs. But I went to college with Shawn Mullins (not Melodic Rock, but a great singer-songwriter) and have the Cassette he put out his senior year there. I had him sign it a few years ago and he said he only had one copy left himself. Jonathan N
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1 year ago
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I am pretty sure there was a certain Swedish guitarist who played on all of the albums released in the 80's. ;-) Jonathan N.
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1 year ago
musicstuph
So many rockers fit a similar mold, but Lemmy was one of a kind. Now touring the afterlife... Jonathan N.
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