Those 10 unique tracks, 21st Century Love Songs if you will, are there to reengage us, get us out once more into dark, dimly lit venues, to experience the joy of live music and remind us just what we’d been missing for the last 18 months.
A Sisters show is heavy on the darkness and embraces the mood and vibe of the ominous music that has been a firm favourite of the army of fans they have commanded for the last 4 decades
Whilst Wilson’s stint on ‘The Voice’ will have done his and the band’s publicity machine no harm whatsoever, the proof in the pudding is the strength of the songs and on latest album ‘Duck’, they have the in spades.
No Styx show would be complete with Tommy taking center stage to perform “Renegade” with its lush vocal harmonies and the powerful new ballad “Sound the Alarm,” which was written pre-pandemic and foretells what we all were all going to face in 2020. Todd Sucherman told me in a previous interview that when he first heard the song, “I damn near burst into tears because the lyrics were so in tune with what is happening now.” It was quite an emotional moment to hear Tommy sing it live.
‘Sammy Swing Easy’ which has Mick Jagger written all over it and the change in style and approach, as well as Jon shifting his vocal range and delivery around with ease proves that this will be a band to watch out for when they drop a full length album.
Why would you want to try to duplicate what you already have? That to me is a waste of time. It is counterproductive. I am already in Queensrÿche and nobody is going to do Queensrÿche better than Queensrÿche.
What is important to The Dead Daisies, is that everyone feels like we are all in this and it brings us together. We work on our music together with our fans in mind, and we respect their opinions.
Missing the gig experience – TICK Missing the atmosphere – TICK Missing the live show full stop – TICK Want an experience to take you back to an immersive, live feeling ? – HELL YES ! This was the first time I’d heard of Melody VR and the first time I’d tried to immerse myself […]
When you combine all of that material together and mix it with his time in the West End in Jim Steinman’s ‘Bat Out Of Hell: The Musical’, his star turn in Rip It Up – 70s where his performance was so strong he was added to the main headline casting, you start to appreciate that the world is ready for Giovanni Spano. Now sit back and let him entertain you!