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4 days ago
Ken
Here's a very rare Rick Savage demo called "Candy In Your Hands" that he wrote and sings. Probably at least 15-20 years old by now... https://youtu.be/4taJcPczBcc
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7 days ago
Ken
Andrew's vocals on the album are stellar IMO.
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6 weeks ago
Ken
You're right! Thanks for the correction. I was really looking at a lot of faces in the crowd (stage right) that were bored out of their minds, no reaction, etc... Overall it just seemed like a quiet crowd to me.
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6 weeks ago
Ken
Good show, too many great tunes that didn't make it into the set but it was nice to hear "Side 2" of To Hell With The Devil in concert. http://www.995themountain.com/blogs/stryper-concert-review-102616-denver-co
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2 months ago
Ken
LOVE Dancing Undercover. Probably my fav next to the debut...
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2 months ago
Ken
Yeah, I was singing my butt off to "Secret World" last night. What a great chorus...
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2 months ago
Ken
Love this band so much... http://www.995themountain.com/blogs/tears-fears-concert-review-10316-morrison-co
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2 months ago
Ken
It's been a very good year! February 3 - Queensryche February 8 - AC/DC March 3 - Steel Panther March 7 - Joe Satriani March 26 - King's X April 13 - Steve Vai, Zakk Wylde, Nuno Bettencourt, Yngwie Malmsteen June 5 - The Cure June 24 - Boston w/ Dennis DeYoung June 26 - Lita Ford w/ The Babys, Sweet July 12 - Sting and Peter Gabriel July 18 - KISS July 29 - KISS August 6 - "We
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2 months ago
Ken
The first time I ever saw Bon Jovi live was on the Slippery When Wet tour. Richie was tearing it up that night and I looked at my friend Jeff and said "Richie is the talent in that band!" I was right...
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2 months ago
Ken
No tapes! Trust me, I was listening closely. Joe Elliott gave a solid "8" performance...
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2 months ago
Ken
As big of a Leppard fan as I am, I really don't play their music around the house at all. My son took it upon himself to start asking me questions about the band, breaking out Pryomania and Hysteria and picking out his favorite tunes - Rocket, Sugar, Rock of Ages, Love Bites, etc... So his buildup and reaction to this show was really genuine which was fun to watch...
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2 months ago
Ken
Good show last night at Pepsi Center in Denver, CO. It was my son's first big arena rock concert and he had even more fun than I did... http://www.995themountain.com/blogs/def-leppard-concert-review-through-eyes-my-9-year-old-son
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2 months ago
Ken
I couldn't make it through the first chorus. The song is bad. I'll pass...
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2 months ago
Ken
I have - I saw H&O open for Chicago in 1998 and I also saw them two years ago. Really fun show last night, despite the drizzling rain throughout the entire set.
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2 months ago
Ken
Last night was my daughter's first ever concert at Red Rocks Amphitheater in Morrison, Colorado - and my 500th concert overall. Hall & Oates, baby! The video below is a review through the eyes of my daughter - enjoy... HALL & OATES - LIVE AT RED ROCKS (HIGHLIGHTS) https://youtu.be/GSs4uCQJ0KM KISS ON MY LIST https://youtu.be/KL422NlfvXo DID IT IN A MINUTE https://youtu.be/cz
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3 months ago
Ken
I think the straw that broke the camel's back with DeGarmo was working so long and hard on 1997's "Hear In The Now Frontier" and seeing the record label blow up just as the CD was released. So all their support went out the window and he threw his hands up and said, "That's it. Enough already." There's some good stuff on that album, but there's also a LOT of filler (i.e.
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3 months ago
Ken
Like I said, I was there. There were probably a million things running through his head at that moment. #1 - he may have witnessed his lead singer die in front of his eyes. #2 - his band is done. #3 - his career is over. All of these things happening in about .2 seconds. I don't judge his reaction at all.
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3 months ago
Ken
I just went to YouTube and found the video - I never would have guessed a video even existed of that since it was all the way back in 1992. As it turns out, my memory is slightly off. I thought he jumped off the lighting truss first and then it started to sway and then it came down. You can clearly see it started coming down while Mike was still on it - then he jumped off trying to get out o
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3 months ago
Ken
Yup, I saw the whole thing. They were opening for Slaughter on a Halloween Night show. Mike started climbing a lighting truss to get the crowd going, but it wasn't supported by anything. When he jumped off, he was still singing but he didn't notice the truss was rocking back and forth. A few seconds later, it came down and just crushed him from behind. Obviously the show (and Steelheart's
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3 months ago
Ken
No opening act, Foreigner were the headliner. Hudson Gardens is more of a festival vibe, 40-60 year-olds sitting in chairs sort of vibe. Several of the songs were longer, extended versions and they also filled time with keyboard solos, guitar solos and drums solos. So it wasn't a "short" concert.
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3 months ago
Ken
Yeah, I heard about the Toto cancellation - sorry about that!
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3 months ago
Ken
I broke out that album yesterday after the concert - because I wanted to hear more Kelly and Foreigner didn't go out of their way to play even one "new" track on Sunday night.
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3 months ago
Ken
No Mick Jones, but still an entertaining show! Check out Kelly Hansen at the 3:53 mark of the "Cold As Ice" video... http://www.995themountain.com/blogs/foreigner-concert-review-9416-littleton-co
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3 months ago
Ken
Ross Halfin in Def Leppard's "Behind The Music" episode: "I mean they really were the party band. All these bands, Metallica, Motley Crue, you know, sorta think they were so tough. You couldn't touch Def Leppard for it. It's just the fact they hid it really, really well."
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3 months ago
Ken
Rick Allen mentioned about five years ago that he started to write an autobiography but stopped because the experience was too emotional. I hope he picks up where he left off at some point, because that would be an interesting read. I'm sure Joe Elliott could write a great book, as well. As much as I love Def Leppard, Phil Collen's book was a bit dull.
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3 months ago
Ken
Great show last night in Denver if you want to read my review... http://www.995themountain.com/blogs/review-huey-lewis-news-go-gos-kool-gang-fixx Journey/Doobie Brothers were down the road at Pepsi Center at the same time and my sister captured some video from that gig if you want to check it out... Journey - Only The Young https://vimeo.com/179641408 The Doobie Brothers - China Grov
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3 months ago
Ken
Def Leppard played their first ever show at Red Rocks Amphitheater in Morrison, Colorado on August 13, 1988 – 28 years ago today. This was the summer leg of Leppard’s Hysteria tour and I had front row center for the first show on 8/13 thanks to my friend Herb the track star. This was back when security allowed a free-for-all run from the parking lot to the seats – at 6,400 feet above sea l
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3 months ago
Ken
and it sounds awesome... http://www.vhnd.com/2016/08/11/david-lee-roth-baker-street/
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3 months ago
Ken
Here's the new Bon Jovi music video... Good tune. I love how they barely show Phil X's face during the guitar solo. Quick editing - let's not alarm the casual fan that Richie Sambora isn't in the band anymore... https://youtu.be/_Ri2KEiXlNk
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