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4 years ago
krisondrums
We'll all be dead before the announcement! DC: "I'd like to introduce Ronnie Montrose as the new... ah... never mind..." =)
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4 years ago
krisondrums
I'll toss in a couple of options. Brian Tichy- he played drums for WS, but is also a great guitarist! Pat Travers Bruce Kulick Lanny Cordola
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4 years ago
krisondrums
Dave is still with the Wabos, but this band Sammy assembled to cover all aspects of his career. Mike from VH, Vic from the Wabos, and Jason because of his Zep connection, which was a big influence on Sam. They played 4 Led Zep songs on this last gig. I have to think that again, Hughes wants Jason to commit full time, like he did with Joe, and that's just not going to happen. BCC and CB aren't
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4 years ago
krisondrums
I just saw Jason with Sammy last week, and not only was he killing it, he looked like he was just having a great time. The whole show was excellent, I don't know how Hagar does what he does at nearly 67! Kris
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4 years ago
krisondrums
Liking this a lot! Thanks for the info... Kris
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4 years ago
krisondrums
With all due respect, I'll take Chris over Brooke.
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5 years ago
krisondrums
Love this!!
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5 years ago
krisondrums
Was Viv Campbell ever an official member of Whitesnake, or did he just appear in a couple of videos? I can see him fitting in, and getting a chance to step out of Collen's shadow.
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5 years ago
krisondrums
Danny Vaughn... the best in this genre to my ear. Brad Delp... in the early days he was just awesome live. Sammy Hagar... timeless, just amazing. Ann Wilson... ^^ this... Joe Bonamassa has developed into a damn fine singer! Kris
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5 years ago
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I'm an audio engineer, and I think he's superb. Totally agree Shaun, he's old school and gets that type of sound from his bands. I think much of what he's produced and engineered breathes, allows more room for varied dynamics. I'm a fan! Kris
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5 years ago
krisondrums
Hagar and Vaughn are still amazing vocally... Kris
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5 years ago
krisondrums
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=39IE3p0BTfA&feature=youtu.be&a
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5 years ago
krisondrums
I'm one of "those" guys who jumped on BCC because Joe was involved. I'm not a big fan of Glenn's voice, or his ego, so I'll most likely pass on this. BCC was interesting, but for me personally it was Joe's playing that was the draw. Kris
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5 years ago
krisondrums
Lifelong Steelers fan here, but I'm a big fan of Peyton, he's brilliant at reading defenses and changing things up. I say Denver 31-17. Kris
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5 years ago
krisondrums
I'm digging what I'm hearing as well. Not only a great vocalist in Tommy, but Mike has a cool voice as well and should add some great backing vox. Kris
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5 years ago
krisondrums
No one is going to replace Brad, he was unique and ridiculously talented. Boston could do what Journey did when they brought in a Perry clone, basically becoming a tribute/nostalgia band. They had a chance to move in a new direction with JSS, who could sing the old stuff, in his own style, and create a new era for the band. Think Van Hagar. I think that's what Boston should do. For some reason I
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5 years ago
krisondrums
Vinny Burns, Greg Morgan & Nigel Bailey
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5 years ago
krisondrums
Tony M and Andrew!
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5 years ago
krisondrums
Did I miss something? I thought Chuck Wright was playing bass, as well as being a pretty significant contributor to the songwriting? Kris
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5 years ago
krisondrums
Such a great talent, and a really nice guy as well. Kris
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5 years ago
krisondrums
I can get you in touch with Charlie Farren if you might want to consider Farrenheit Andrew. Kris
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5 years ago
krisondrums
It would be great for us U.S. fans if it were possible to bring over one act from the UK. My first vote would be for Dare. Also, and probably a long shot, but fans have been hoping for a Pride reunion for a long time, and it just so happens that half of that band live in Chicago now. Kris
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5 years ago
krisondrums
Burns Blue Fierce Heart
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5 years ago
krisondrums
I was going to say just the opposite. I think Mangini is tasteful while being technically brilliant. I never dug Portnoy. Also technically great, but busy at the wrong times for my taste. Kris
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5 years ago
krisondrums
Vinny told me that they were happy with that album, and it was what they wanted to do, no pressure from the record company. Hmm. I know that they rotate Chains in and out of their set list. Kris
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5 years ago
krisondrums
Dave Bickler?
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5 years ago
krisondrums
Black Star Riders- All Hell Breaks Loose Joe Bonamassa- An Acousic Evening at the Vienna Opera House Pinnick Gales Pridgen- s/t
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6 years ago
krisondrums
Both Sammy Hagar and Danny Vaughn are beyond amazing. With the energy they put out, I don't know how they're voices remain so strong. Kris
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6 years ago
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He's back. Pat Heath left a short time ago, they had some fill-in guys, but the Chris was asked back. He does live in Chicago. Kris
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6 years ago
krisondrums
Roger Daltrey
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