On 24th August Killing Joke’s Big Paul Ferguson, proudly releases ‘Remote Viewing’, a seven-track EP on the Dead Radio Station label.
Tony Lewis is probably best known as the voice and bassist for The Outfield. Along with guitarist, John Spinks, the two took the 80’s by storm with their infectious songs including “Your Love,” “All the Love,” and “Say it isn’t So.”
Lyrically I love taking down the story thought-out the album. This was a different way of attacking a record.
Korey can write the most incredible music you’ve ever heard and it’s just awesome for the three of us when we work together. I feel like it’s a bit of a dream team.
When people ask, “What other bands have you been in?” I tell them I’ve been in 100 bands but 98 you’ve never heard of [laughing]. Everyone heard of Slash and Alice Cooper. Luckily, playing with Alice for as long as I have has given me a lot of insight into the music business, and I have learned from him and look to him as a big brother.
Marco Mendoza thrills with a true celebration of his full regal rock heritage, and he gives a nice nod to his time when he played for Thin Lizzy and Ted Nugent.
Myles Kennedy of Alter Bridge and Slash & the Conspirators fame will be releasing his long-awaited solo CD, Year of the Tiger, on March 9th via Napalm Records.
On Year Of The Tiger, Myles embarks on his first venture as a solo artist by embracing musical elements and influences he hasn’t explored until this point in his career.
If you have someone who didn’t write anything going out trying to rewrite history then they shouldn’t be out there playing our music
“Resonate” is a solid release from a veteran rocker, that fans of Glenn Hughes and rock fans with an affinity for classic sounds are sure to enjoy.