As the UK leg of the Daisyland Winter Tour has come to a close with their performance at Planet Rockstock in Wales, we look back at our interview with guitarist and rock legend Doug Aldrich before their second night in London. It’s a blustery November evening in the city of London, but if the previous […]
“Light In The Dark”, available October 13th contains a natural ascension of their genuine classic melodic Hard Rock staple.
I caught up with Doug Aldrich to discuss the making of the new Revolution Saints CD, the status of Deen’s health, and what the future holds for The Dead Daisies.
Our very own agony aunt, Francijn Suermondt chats to Doug and Marco about life, the universe and rock n roll.
As a band, the whole is greater than the sum of the parts. We united as a team.
Dead Daisies – Make Some Noise New York!
The Daisies know how to bring all their years of expertise and feel for a great classic rock sound and combine it with the modern era, bringing it together for an enjoyable and upbeat, good time force to be reckoned with.
I didn’t have to audition. I heard there were number of guys but they went to me first and I took the gig so I guess they didn’t pursue anyone else
Frontiers president, Serafino Perugino, had dreamed for years of working on a project where Castronovo would take the lead vocals. On opening track, Back On My Trail, you can fully understand his vision. This high octane platter of AOR is a vocal masterclass, particularly the tasty harmonies, and Aldrich’s bruising axe work will leave you breathless.
Exclusive Interview with Keith St John (Vocals) (Burning Rain, Montrose)