I think it’s important if you are a musician or at least a serious one; that you want to start breaking new ground and not doing the same thing over and over.
BLACK STAR RIDERS are set to release their forthcoming album Heavy Fire
With a sold out arena tour, Def Leppard return to the UK and Ireland to deliver what they do best. Slick, polished, note perfect shows with visuals to die for…
Rick Warwick, an inspired choice for front-man of BSR shows just why they should be playing arenas with Def Leppard and Whitesnake.
BLACK STAR RIDERS are set to cap a hugely successful 2015 with two headline shows in the UK in December 2015.
It didn’t long for this freezing and snow pelted crowd to get warmed up, Scottish rockers The Amorettes doused the Dublin audience with their high octane brand of rock n roll. The all girl trio made up of Gill Montgomery(guitars/vocals), Hannah McKay(drums), Heather McKay(bass) used their 30 minute set to maximum effect, belting out tracks from their debut album Haulin Ass and latest offering Game On including a ear splitting Hot n Heavy.
The songs climaxes with an apocalyptic guitar solo that hasn’t served it’s purpose if your ears aren’t ringing. All in all a great hard rock album, that’s safe and traditional in parts, but way more adventurous than the debut album. When the Black Star Riders come to a town near you, be sure to saddle and ride with them.
This faithful editor finally got a chance to leave the friendly confines of MGM headquarters, and hit the road for the amazing Black Star Riders, the Thin Lizzy spirited revival.
Interview with Marco Mendoza (Bass) (Black Star Riders)