With new member on the drums, Deen Castronovo, plus those grooviest of cats Marco Mendoza, Doug Aldrich, John Corabi and David Lowy, the line-up of the Dead Daisies feels good, it feels legendary and it feels joyous, and boy couldn’t we do with a bit of rock n roll happiness these days, the world has gone bloody bonkers!
It’s been said before that the man in black has remained a Classic Rock mystery for a long time, yes his timeless licks and guitar vibes have paved the ways to so many Classic Rock cuts through the years, and even at the helm in Deep Purple and Rainbow, his image was always one of a very private and enigmatic character.
Undoubtedly in fine form and tightened up by the recent touring schedule, they took to the stage amongst rapturous applause with the ease and expertise of veteran rockers.
Michael Schenker Fest’s Resurrection isn’t as great as some of the past albums (there’s my meathead coming out,) but it is still one I can see me pulling out from time to time.
Many people say that classic rock ‘n’ roll is dead. However, no-one told the rockers Wedge from Berlin, Germany. Happily, they are keeping the genre alive and well.
Hard Rock fans all around the world will be amazed by this new album “Raised On Rock”, Voodoo Circle once again displays brilliant work. A great album made by great musicians.
This show was part of The Long Goodbye tour giving the expectation that it could also be the band’s last.
The tribal chanting of “Whoa Oh Oh ….” from the crowd before the expected and much loved opener of ‘Ready To Rock’, just cemented my view that Airbourne are clasping the baton firmly,
We’re still more or less doing the same thing. We’ve gone full circle around whereas we’re just writing stuff that we love. And it’s all guitar driven, melodic driven stuff.