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8 days ago
Hollywood
This all depends on if you use a credit card versus a debit card. If it is a credit card it is only an authorization and not a charge. This will lower your available credit, but not increase your balance. Therefore you won’t have to pay until they ship. On a debit card they do the same, but the authorization does lower the balance in your account immediately. This is why I don’t use a debit f
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28 days ago
Hollywood
It is only four dates in Asia though. Shouldn't demand too much of his time.
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29 days ago
Hollywood
I get the tours were huge, but that's around what people get paid for these types of gigs. Greg Howe was the band leader for N'Sync and made under $500 per show in stadiums. The math doesn't work out in the musicians favor to make tons of money. They can make a good living. $90 million is easily cut more than in half by venues and promoters. Then transport, buses, planes, hotels, meal
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29 days ago
Hollywood
Where is all this money Nuno’s making coming from? I’m sure he made good money on your with Rihanna, but it is still just a salary and he hasn’t toured with her for years now. Even if he was getting $1,000 she only played 75 shows a year on average when he was with her. He lives in LA which is expensive so that salary would’t be that much. He is playing with Extreme now and looks
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8 weeks ago
Hollywood
He was in John Waite’s band for a few years with Damon Johnson and then they formed Whiskey Falls. I don’t think John Waite has had a keyboard player in his band since Buck.
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2 months ago
Hollywood
I have never seen any additional information on this release. He has spun out of Tesla to record and mentor young acts. He has SoulMotor as a side project. He also does art projects now. Maybe it will come out someday. He does seem to be the historian of the band.
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2 months ago
Hollywood
I have seen him full band many times, a few times acoustic, and once with a string quartet. Strikingly good every show and in every format. His voice is so good and so are the songs. He plays quite a few songs he wrote for other artists and occasionally a cover like Jackson Browne's Somebody's Baby. The shows are different and unique, but you will get a great show. When I see a date fro
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2 months ago
Hollywood
It really wasn't a Collective Soul record. Just a second Ed Roland solo record that he built a band around after the record was done.
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3 months ago
Hollywood
Although those were b-sides during the Alpha era they were recorded for the debut. Ride Easy was the first song the band ever recorded.
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3 months ago
Hollywood
Trixter doesn’t really exist at the moment. They haven’t gigged in a couple years and the last few dates were without Pete Loran. After that it went quiet. Pete and Gus live in AZ and started a second Trixter Facebook page. Steve and PJ have done stuff before, but never billed themselves as Trixter until this weekend for this memorial show. No Pete or Gus here. Steve is a dynamite singer,
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4 months ago
Hollywood
I saw the LA show and it was awesome. From start to finish. I have seen Neal with Journey, Abraxas Pool, Soul Sirkus, Neal Schon Band, and now Journey Through Time and the guy never fails to deliver. He surrounds himself with great players and good material in every aspect. The only record he has put out that I was skeptical about was Voice and at the end of the day it is not groundbreaking,
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4 months ago
Hollywood
Hustler Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > I seriously doubt it’s because Ariel “can’t > sing the highest stuff”...more likely it’s to > give him some much needed rest breaks during what > is a grueling set to get through vocally. There were multiple reasons why Travis was brought in, but #1 is that the best background vocalist in the
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4 months ago
Hollywood
It's not the gear or the mix. It is Deen's voice. It doesn't get in front of the music. Even when you tell he's at full voice he just doesn't cut through the band. Listen to Believe from Generations and then listen to Never Walk Away and compare Deen and Steve's clearness in the lead vocal. It is obvious. Like I said Rolie and Derlatka sounded great that night. The room sounded great.
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4 months ago
Hollywood
I read an article about the album release and thought the journalist just repeatedly fucked up the name. Ha!
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4 months ago
Hollywood
Deen's voice is great as is his drumming. He is not a front man though. One thing his voice fails to do is cut through the song. He always seems like his volume is well below where it needs to be. I saw Journey Through Time in LA and his voice again still can't get out front of the music. Rolie's voice was front and center and when Jason Derlatka came out and sang Faithfully his voice took ove
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5 months ago
Hollywood
I like it on first listen. It’s not pop for sure. I did find it to be noisy, don’t know if it is my copy or intentional. Couldn’t see why it would be intentional. Very distracting.
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5 months ago
Hollywood
I agree with Andrew on this one. Seven is the weakest. Neverland, though not classic NR style has tons of great tunes and is a solid listen.
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5 months ago
Hollywood
It is interesting. That why I think Thal will be better vocally than Sherwood. If he’s still in the band it’s the only explaination that makes sense. The progressive nation at sea Thal and Tony Harnell did a midnight covers set every night and Thal dominated vocallly. I was floored.
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5 months ago
Hollywood
Only playing bass.
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5 months ago
Hollywood
Thal is an epic singer. Really strong voice. My only concern is that his voice seems higher than Wetton’s, but I’m sure he will be better than Sherwood, who I thought did a really strong job.
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6 months ago
Hollywood
Lynch usually takes these projects out on the road at least minimally. Ray Luzier is the main issue. They were booked to be the opener on the US Sons of Apollo tour and then Korn scheduled something and they had to back out. Maybe this fall they can get out.
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6 months ago
Hollywood
King's X Dogman
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7 months ago
Hollywood
These guys are badass. Saw them for the first time in 2018.
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8 months ago
Hollywood
Any information on that year end coupon?
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9 months ago
Hollywood
They played their last five shows without Pete Loran. Some kinda falling out between Steve/PJ and Pete/Gus. They have two Facebook pages now and no info has really come out
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9 months ago
Hollywood
FireHouse hasn’t been original for 18 years
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10 months ago
Hollywood
Original Sequencing was: Separate Ways Ask the Lonely Send Her My Love Chain Reaction After the Fall Side 2 Only the Young Edge of the Blade Rubicon Frontiers Faithfully
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11 months ago
Hollywood
At least in the US, Amazon pay for the return shipping. I usually just drop my returns in the Amazon Drop Box we have all over town.
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11 months ago
Hollywood
Brad Gillis has stated both Nevada shows will be Dawn of Madness shows, plus the Denver show.
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11 months ago
Hollywood
Whoever sold the defective product should at a minimum give full refunds or exchange with the correct product with no additional cost to the buyer. No shipping or anything.
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