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7 years ago
Mik
They were doing the Benatar cover when they were over here earlier this year too... http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ki-jPAlbIuM
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7 years ago
Mik
His backing band are from Kent, they're called Contraband. Their guitarist (Damo) is a friend of mine. Not sure on the set list. Hopefully they'll be able to reschedule.
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7 years ago
Mik
Absolutely nothing to do with ticket sales.
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7 years ago
Mik
Got this message from my mate in his backing band this morning.Border control issues apparently... 'Due to circumstances completely beyond ours and Roberts control, it is with deep regret that we have to announce Robert is now unable to perform at our planned gigs over the next few days. Robert is extremely upset about this, as are we, and wants to express how sorry he is that this situation h
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7 years ago
Mik
:-), I tried with some of the later stuff but, as you say, that early stuff is untouchable
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7 years ago
Mik
Jeff Beck Group stuff, The Faces and up to his fifth solo album (Smiler). Pretty much everything else is cack.
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7 years ago
Mik
Lillian's third album was 'Poetic Justice' (which is a belter to be fair)
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7 years ago
Mik
According to his Facebook this is his band; Rodger Carter - Drums, percussion George Bernhardt - Lead guitar, backing vocals Paul Trudeau - Keyboards, guitar, backing vocals George Nastos - Bass, backing vocals
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7 years ago
Mik
Gravesend is North Kent (not that far outside of London), nearest airports are Gatwick, London City or Stansted.
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7 years ago
Mik
Robert has added a show at Rock City to his upcoming UK trip. August 16th - The Red Lion, Gravesend August 17th - Rock City, Nottingham
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7 years ago
Mik
A friend of mine (who will be playing in the backing band) has just announced that Robert Tepper will be playing a one off show in the UK. The date is August 16th, at The Red Lion, Gravesend. Tickets on sale soon.
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7 years ago
Mik
they're a Christian band actually...
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7 years ago
Mik
'Don't Explain' was all covers too.
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7 years ago
Mik
Todd does a great job, although I'm still massively impressed with this version of Queen Of The Reich featuring Mats Leven (and Fredrik Akesson) from a few years back... http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XABuwUGacM8
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7 years ago
Mik
I don't often post things here concerning bands I work with (mainly because they're mostly from the heavier end of the pool) but I think these guys will right up your street (well some of you at least). The single is available to download via the usual outlets but you can check out a snippet of it here http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BBdHggGXYAM Some of you might have seen them open for Heav
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7 years ago
Mik
All the Dio remasters have been excellent so far, this one is no exception. Just listening to it now, sounds great.
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7 years ago
Mik
"Tooth and Nail especially, which BTW is not that easy a double bass speed to reach...!" Really? I don't find playing double bass at that speed difficult at all (or faster for that matter). If fact I don't know many guys that play double kick drums who wouldn't find playing that song a walk in the park. Especially as Brown doesn't play doubles for the whole song.
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8 years ago
Mik
Reading the post it looks like it's a fan of the band called Pete rather than Mr Gill.
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8 years ago
Mik
the new one is even better (imo of course...)
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8 years ago
Mik
The album is excellent.
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8 years ago
Mik
if it's the Radio Theatre (which I'm sure it is), then it holds less than 500 people.
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8 years ago
Mik
His name is Ben Christo (he's also the guitar player for Sisters Of Mercy)
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8 years ago
Mik
If you like old Suicidal/DRI style crossover check out Sweden's Dr. Living Dead, awesome band.
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8 years ago
Mik
whereas Molly Hatchet's version is worst.
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8 years ago
Mik
Robin's version was released after Kiss finally recorded it, so technically...
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8 years ago
Mik
Just a quick heads up. This tour kicks off on Thursday in Cardiff. FIREWIND & LEAVES’ EYES – “Few Against Many” European Tour 2012: 13.09.2012 Cardiff (UK) - Clwb Ifor Bach 14.09.2012 Manchester (UK) - Moho 15.09.2012 Dublin (Ireland) - Button Factory 16.09.2012 Belfast (Northern Ireland) - Spring And Airbrake 18.09.2012 Sheffield (UK) - Corp
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8 years ago
Mik
this is a great version, by the superb Frankie Miller... http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bqu7dD3A4bk
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8 years ago
Mik
1977 alongside Molly Hatchet, Cheap Trick, Thin Lizzy, Frankie Miller, Golden Earring etc...
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8 years ago
Mik
This one Rocknut? £16 for the weekend!
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8 years ago
Mik
Torben's new solo album is more of a laid back Don Henley/Westcoast type album. It's very good, totally different to his debut to be fair, but this is twenty one years later... Freak Kitchen's Mattias 'Ia' Eklundh plays guitar on three tracks. I spoke to Torben about Skagarack and he confirmed he's working on songs with them but right now he's concentrating on his new solo album and doing
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