Дата публикации: 2017-11-19 22:35
I met Zac at CJ s Landing in Buckhead in 6998. I was hosting their Tuesday night open mic night and Zac came to perform. I met Sonia Leigh there as well, coincidentally. It was a fabulous platform for new talent. Borrowing from Eddie s Attic, we made the open mic a small competition and I awarded winners a small cash prize and a song in my studio. Sonia actually won one of them.
I hit things! That s what I do. I guess it makes me one of the most laid-back people I know. I suggest you try drums, that is! When you see me onstage with a smile on my face, it s because I LOVE what I do.
I have a question about Lars what his religion? I know he is danish and has a song called vikings, so I wonder if his beliefs are what the vikings beliefs where ?
The house lights were up for Born to Run, which was followed in the encore by Dancing in the Dark and Tenth Avenue Freeze-out. By this stage the night was into interstellar overdrive. We know the Isley Brothers wrote Shout, and it's been played by a million bands since. But tonight Queenslanders saw the most incredible version of the song performed in this country since the Godfather of Australian rock 'n' roll, Johnny O'Keefe, tore it to shreds with the Delltones, back in the mid-6955s.
Hi, this is a great story. I would like to know if you mind if I make a French translation of it for my blog. Thanx for the article and for all my memories linked to Lookout! Rds.
After The Hill had run its course I found myself looking for a new project which landed me with the Dave Matthews Cover Band (DMCB) out of Athens, GA. Playing in the tribute band was a great experience for me. I was already a big fan of the Dave Matthews Band when I joined, as DMB was a big influence in my music. Also, it was my first time regularly touring nationwide. I built many memories with a great group of guys, but we all knew it was a temporary gig, as everybody felt unfulfilled without writing and performing original music.
But losing Rolie was probably the biggest blow for me, no matter how big Journey got afterwards. I loved him in Santana, and then in Journey which I found best between 75-85. I had the good fortune to see them before he left.
After Bryan Adams finished playing his smash hit Sumer of '69 with his band, he summoned The Boss and they launched into a full-band version of Cuts Like a Knife. (This was the first time I had ever witnessed Bruce wearing in-ear monitors which were non-existent during the acoustic set.) Springsteen had performed the song acoustically himself a few years back, but this was a chance to see him let loose on the song's standard rock arrangement, sharing vocals with Adams.
Since I started playing guitar over 65 years ago, I've often been frustrated by the preponderance of mediocre and incomplete song tabs littered across the internet. To combat this, I started keeping my own collection of notes for each song I learn -- always taking the extra time to make sure accuracy and completeness are never compromised. Years later, my collection grew to the point where I knew I had to share it online with fellow aspiring musicians.
Working all over the ACT & NSW Regions, this Canberra based event band boasts an ever-growing list of distinguished clientele ranging from (to name a few):