EvilDan wrote:Anyone interested in Royal Thunder...
They have released a FREE EP with acoustic versions of 3 songs at Amazon.
Michael D. wrote:I think that this is the first time that I wrote more then you on one post. LOL
Disco wrote:Another one has left us:
R.I.P. Lou Reed.
cowboy71 wrote:I adore Kansas - will never get to see them live I'm sure which is a bit sad.
Was thinking about this thread the other day when I saw news that one of our FM radio networks in Australia is launching a purely 'classic rock' digital radio station!!!
http://www.triplem.com.au/sydney/music/ ... tal-radio/
I haven't listened to radio much in yeeeeears, but when this station launches I will definitely tune in.
sageoftruth wrote:Just posting to drown out the kitchens
ShoreSlayer wrote:First albums I ever bought with my own money (around age 9 or 10) were Hotter than Hell and Rock n' Roll Over
Now, 40 years later, I'm performing the role of one of my classic rock guitar idols with this lot!
ALIVE N' KISSIN'
WAY too much fucking fun for an old fart like me
We've only played 3 shows, have our 4th coming up this Friday (all for between 75 - 200 ppl) but will be delivering a 25 minute showcase set to close to a thousand people on June 8th in downtown Vancouver.
This is what happens when ya let a basement guitar hack sing his own shit during metal Karaoke on a damn cruise ship!
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