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2 months ago
Stokieboy
New album is really good and looking forward to seeing a full band show. Previously only seen Justin on his solo UK tour.
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5 months ago
Stokieboy
Totally agree and a wonderful night of songs, singing and tales. He is a genuine person, no false front and he can still sing. Heck he even closed his set with a Richard Thompson penned cover. Get along and see him if you get the chance as he's at Evesham and Grimsby plus a couple more shows I think? The Darker My Horizon were good fun and Terry B joined them on stage for their cover of 'Kn
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6 months ago
Stokieboy
http://getreadytorock.me.uk/blog/2015/01/interview-john-mitchell-lonely-robot/ From an interview I did last January with John Mitchell: 'It Bites have really established themselves now. What have been the live highlights for you and what is next for the band? I guess the Frostbites gig was the pinnicle of everything live wise and certainly Map Of The Past was something I was very proud of
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6 months ago
Stokieboy
Cracking double bill. Hopefully a London date
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7 months ago
Stokieboy
Looks good cover and glad it is surviving in a tough print world out there. You can get it at larger WHS - where I live Staines and Ealing branches stock it and my hometown of Hanley (Stoke) does. Plus seen it in the larger London station WHS.
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8 months ago
Stokieboy
Styx and REO Speedwagon are other culprits of endless live albums, although at least Styx vary it up sometimes by playing a whole classic album live. Trouble is Foreigner have released way too many live/hits/re-recorded hits in the past few years. New music please, even if just an EP's worth!
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8 months ago
Stokieboy
Very strong album, really hope they stick around and do another album together. Be an ideal band for Firefest!
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8 months ago
Stokieboy
Very sad news. Loved him as the Sheriff of Nottingham in 'Robin Hood'.
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1 year ago
Stokieboy
It is a good little album. Tails off a little but some cracking rockers at the start and agree with above recalls Thin Lizzy, Kiss, 70's glam rock. Nothing new but a good debut album.
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1 year ago
Stokieboy
Agreed, one of their best albums and criminally overlooked. Be good for a Rock Candy reissue to get it some more exposure.
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1 year ago
Stokieboy
Great news! Agree hope they can get Kerry Livgren involved in at least a couple of songs. The new boy looks like Chevy Chase in that picture!
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1 year ago
Stokieboy
A fine album from start to finish, not one duff song. Hope it does well for him and good combination teaming up with Paul Sabu.
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1 year ago
Stokieboy
Shed Seven supporting Aerosmith! Awful combination and Shed Seven only ever did one good song 'Chasing Rainbows' I think it was?
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1 year ago
Stokieboy
On LA Guns FB page it's listed as a solo tour, so not under the LA Guns banner. Maybe acoustic only like Eric Martin/Mike Tramp? He's playing an Edinburgh date now too. 20 Jan Yardbirds, Grimsby 21 Jan The Diamond, Sutton-In-Ashfield 22 Jan Underworld, London 23 Jan Leopard, Doncaster 25 Jan Bannermans, Edinburgh
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1 year ago
Stokieboy
Overhyped by Classic Rock magazine who used to have them signed to their now defunct record label. I guess everyone has varying tastes but I really can't see what all the fuss is about this band. Bit like the Treatment, I have no real inclination to listen to their music after playing it!
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1 year ago
Stokieboy
Should be good, but Arjen Lucassen only do a select number of acoustic shows and not these dates.
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1 year ago
Stokieboy
Some good shows next year already with Night Ranger, a decent Download line-up and now Toto :) Just need Loverboy (I can but dream!) and Styx to come over now...
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1 year ago
Stokieboy
Never heard anything by this band before but mightily impressed by this release. If you like melodic metal/rock well worth getting.
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1 year ago
Stokieboy
Immense album ! Really enjoyable and not a duff song in sight. That man Dennis Ward is involved too!
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1 year ago
Stokieboy
I was never much of a fan of their earlier albums but do like this new album a lot. Agree though totally different band in line-up and sound now but I guess the name sells more than starting out under a new name.
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1 year ago
Stokieboy
LOL I do think sometimes these interviews for press releases by bands are cut 'n' paste jobs from a template and they just ask the band if the wording is okay. More bands set to be announced in December and supposedly only 25 or so bands, which seems a bit light for a two day festival over three stages?
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1 year ago
Stokieboy
http://classicrock.teamrock.com/#news/2014-11-03/scorpions-gregg-allman-headline-ramblin-man Part of the Ramblin' Man Fair (or High Voltage in the Sticks!). Camel and Marillion too, plus Greg Allman. Only Scorpions UK date next year though sadly. I would imagine Thunder, Joe Bonamassa & Rival Sons to be added. It's Team Rock's magazine spin-offs each with a stage - Classic, Prog, Blu
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1 year ago
Stokieboy
Bring back Chris Slade! I guess they will wait until they announce tour dates then maybe say Rudd is sitting it out and name his stand in, who will then carry on and Rudd quietly leaves the band? Hasn't he just put out a solo album with very little fanfare?
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1 year ago
Stokieboy
Good to see they can still cut it live. Strange how 'Gravitas' was so one paced at times and hopefully the new boy can spur them onto a better album next time. They would go down well at HRH AOR or even the second Download stage as their tunes have wide appeal.
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1 year ago
Stokieboy
...like the Rival Sons, they make a little go a long way... Agree though they need to promote more, Facebook likes do not fill a gig and it takes hard graft to get punters in, especially as you say they are relatively unknown in Germany.
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1 year ago
Stokieboy
Love Queen and would like to see them but can't afford £69 (plus booking fees) for the London show. They will sell out though I am sure. Maybe put a ticket on my Christmas wish list ;)
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2 years ago
Stokieboy
Seem to recall back in Dec/Jan time it was announced Alliance would be releasing their new album on Escape? Looking at Escape's upcoming releases doesn't seem to be this year now? Great band, love their albums and have they ever played live?
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2 years ago
Stokieboy
Sadly not a London date, although looking at the dates/locations obviously need to keep costs down and play near where the band are located. Much prefer ZP Theart in this band than Dragonforce, a Marmote band if ever there was one!
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2 years ago
Stokieboy
Excellent album just reviewed this one. Reminds me of Foreigner and even Saga at times. Strong tunes and another good Escape release hot on the heels of Diesel.
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2 years ago
Stokieboy
Great find! Thank you enjoyed that
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