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8 days ago
forestred
Almost Hear You Sigh was also a magnificent song of theirs from that era.
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2 months ago
forestred
I thought this was going to be a thread about the fat kid from South Park.
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8 months ago
forestred
Sad news indeed. For me he represented an incredible era of one of my favourite bands. Of course, since he departed the band there has been many things said about his contribution (mostly negative), but for me his era of Bon Jovi is without a doubt the very best. RIP
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10 months ago
forestred
https://madhousemagazine.com/after-getting-vaccine-bon-jovi-still-sucks/
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10 months ago
forestred
Same. This is also the reason why I got a refund on my Ozzy ticket a few years back, I didn’t want to witness the shocking decline of one of my musical heroes as a youth.
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10 months ago
forestred
It seems that Steelheart are no longer playing the HRH Festival in the UK this year, although there is yet to be an official statement. Glad I didn’t get a ticket afterall, although maybe they will get a new headliner in, even if it is at short notice.
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10 months ago
forestred
Nice one, thanks for posting.
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10 months ago
forestred
Midnight City are playing the Saturday, and I can’t even see that they are playing according to HRH website. It all seems a bit wierd, especially as day tickets are available.
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10 months ago
forestred
Does anyone know the day line ups for this years HRH AOR festival in the UK? I’ve checked their social media and cannot see the what days each band is playing. Seems a bit strange considering it is only 3 months away now.
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1 year ago
forestred
Luke & Danny were on Sky news UK this morning talking about the new album, which I thought was a bit odd, altho it made a welcome change from the usual news.
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2 years ago
forestred
I remember them, got their debut after watching them play a great set at one of the Gods of AOR festivals in Wigan.
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2 years ago
forestred
Through The Mists Of Time, great song, & Brian sounds superb. I’m in no way the biggest AC/DC fan, but when they parted ways a few years back I honestly never thought I’d ever hear a new AC/DC release with him on vox, so for me this is a great album, I’ve been smiling all day. It even got some airtime on UK ‘talk’ radio channel BBC radio 5 live this evening, go figure. Exactl
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2 years ago
forestred
13. Re: EVH
RIP. I only saw him just once, 1995 (?) in Sheffield UK, supporting Bon Jovi. Their set was really really special, band of the day for sure (out of a great line up). Tomorrow I will be cranking the VH era from my youth, especially Balance.
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2 years ago
forestred
And the new single is out tomorrow, 5am UK time.
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2 years ago
forestred
That was great. One of my favourite songs & they nailed it, and acoustically! Thanks for posting.
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2 years ago
forestred
I don’t buy many CD’s these days as I subscribe to streaming services, but by the second track of the new TMF album I was on amazon getting it ordered on CD. They tell me that it will be delivered within 2 days, and the tracking service suggests that it has been despatched out of Italy (to the UK), so lets see how that goes. Listened non-stop online to this today, great feel good songs, ju
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2 years ago
forestred
I only recently heard this band, sounds great to me. The vocalist really gives them an extra edge, now I really need to check out more of their catalogue.
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2 years ago
forestred
Nice one, I had forgot about this one, I have enjoyed the others in the series so I’ll give it a watch.
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2 years ago
forestred
A agree with putting a limit on certain items, although a few people at my work seem to almost relish the Act of stocking up on things such as toilet roll and ani-bacterial sprays, and almost brag about it (dicks), and I go to the store to get loo roll (because I genuinely needed some) and there was non left, I mean it’s annoying and quite frankly very sad behaviour by some individuals. Kno
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3 years ago
forestred
Tony Bruno Rey for me, was more that just a typical shredder, went to on to all sorts of stage production for some huge names in the world of popular music. A band that I was in around 2003 got the chance to support Danger Danger for their UK tour, and Tony was announced as the touring guitarist and I was hyped about meeting the guy. First show of the tour we meet D2 during soundcheck and Bru
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3 years ago
forestred
Bizarrely, there was a story in a UK Sunday newspaper this week, presumably taken from Bernies new book, about how the management of Cliff Richard tried to get Bernie to give Sir Cliff a more edgier direction musically. Great story, but it is strange that a red top Sunday newspaper would choose to publish part of Bernies book.
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3 years ago
forestred
I also think the solo sounds more like a Sabbath type solo that the more technical styles of the guitar players during his post Sabbath years. The guitar sound also is quite naff, to these ears at least. I like the song though.
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3 years ago
forestred
Wow, those vocals are still as strong as they always were, gutted I missed the show. What was the attendance like?
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3 years ago
forestred
Sad news indeed. I will be listening to Access All Areas tomorrow, some real good songs on that album, ‘Young Heart’ having one of the best AOR type chorus’ I have ever heard. RIP.
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3 years ago
forestred
I got into rock music around 1991, & the ability to access some incredible music for the first time via the Friday Night Rock Show and the following night Alan Freeman show was great. Those shows introduced me to a whole new world of music. I would often record them on cassette tape, and the following day would add the best songs to a compilation tape. Brilliant times indeed.
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3 years ago
forestred
Publicity stunt maybe? I get that the ageing audience probably have a thing against mobile phones, but in the ‘old days’ there was always guys ‘headbanging’ furiously, continuous ‘devil horn’ fists, guaranteed within the front 10 rows at least. I don’t really understand how a mobile phone/recording device is now more offensive than a 20 stone bloke whipping his hair around les
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3 years ago
forestred
Was an interesting documentary that, how that guy survived the gunshot to the head I don’t know.
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3 years ago
forestred
+ 1 for Steve Tyler. Last time I saw Aerosmith (Download festival 2014 I think?) & he was incredibly good, both in his vocals and stage presence, which to he honest I was not expecting (due to his age), definitely up there with some of my favourite gigs.
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3 years ago
forestred
Agreed, i hear that too. The song sounds good but the vocal style isn’t for me at all.
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3 years ago
forestred
I’d certainly recommend Headless Children and Crimson Idol, and the debut also. The rest, in my opinion, have a few great tracks amongst alot of filler. Seen them live 3 times, awesome musicians and well worth the price of a ticket, before Blackie finally retires the band.
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