In the blood-spattered back-alley knife fight that is today’s music industry, not many artists have the desire, let alone the luxury of walking away from a full-time gig. When a musician ditches a steady, high-profile slot in a Hall of Fame band to go solo, you know that he or she is propelled by something
Monthly archives: April, 2016
I’m off to see the majestic Iron Maiden at the L.A Forum tonight. There’s just not enough room in the galaxy to contain all of my stoke. To celebrate, here’s the setlist they’ve been playing on the current leg of the Book Of Souls tour. It’ll be like you’re right there with me!
Sunday night I covered The Darkness in San Diego for Classic Rock magazine. It was a rare two-hat gig where I wrote the review and did photos as well. To be honest, I’ve always enjoyed The Darkness but it’s been an awfully long time since I’ve piled up a stack of Darkness tracks and gone
It’s Friday night and you’re finishing your shift at Burger King. As if that’s not an eye-watering kick in the balls already, a panicky firefighter calls the restaurant, frantically yelling that a gas leak has been reported in your building and that somebody needs to start smashing out the windows to release the gas buildup,
This is not a list of metal songs.