Wednesday, July 30, 2014
The death of Rolling Stones co-found Brian Jones is back in the headlines. Did he drown in that swimming pool? A deathbed confession says otherwise. Paul Stanley of KISS says it best. It's the music "business." What happens when business deals go bad? Can the Maker's of Classic Rock disappear just as quickly as mob figures in a Martin Scorsese film? Author Terry Rawlings thinks so. He's pushing hard to prove Brian Jones. Co-founder of the Rolling Stones was knocked off by Frank Thorogood. A contractor locked into a bad deal. Terry Rawlings penned out the evidence in his book Who Killed Christopher Robbins. Claiming Thorogood confessed to the deed on his deathbed. But it gets even deeper. The alleged argument that led to the death of Brian Jones has been said to have started because of Keith Richards and Mic Jagger fighting over the naming rights of the Rolling Stones. Who Killed Christopher Robbins? You watch enough CSI. Time to find some Satisfaction.
Tuesday, July 29, 2014
Classic Rocker's YES. With songs like Roundabout, I've Seen All Good People and Owner of a Lonely Heart. Fans of the band have never stood back from embracing the art of YES... Their new album Heaven and Earth is no different. But the lead singer is. It's Jon Davison
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Monday, July 28, 2014
The Doobie Brothers sound performed by the biggest names in Country Music. The Doobie Brother. The only band of Classic Rock to be endorsed by the Hells Angels. Believes their California fed rhythms and riffs are ready for the ranks tomorrow's legends. Patrick Simmons and company are preparing to release a new album call "Southbound" Doobie Brother's music played by the biggest names in Country Music. Brad Paisley, Blake Shelton, Zac Brown Band, Toby Keith and more. The process of music swapping. Isn't new to the business front. Motley Crue and Justin Moore recently re-released Home Sweet Home ‘Southbound’ hits I Heart Radio Nov. 4
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Friday, July 25, 2014
Yes talks about the new Yes album. A new lead vocalist. How will fans of Classic Rock deal with the new chapter? Inside a Classic Rock world overtaken by corporate fed No's and I don't knows. Yes is back. Steve Howe with new company. The front man... Lead vocals role. Has changed. The new album from Yes has been dubbed Heaven and Earth.
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Wednesday, July 23, 2014
Bono of U2. Classic Rock's theory driven philosopher. Has broken the code. The band will have a new collection of songs by November. Getting to this point comes with a purpose. Great has been recovered. A new U2 album plus more festival appearances before the release. I know of a possible ITunes Festival in September. What about The Heart Radio Music Festival in Vegas? I'll keep you posted...
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Tuesday, July 22, 2014
ZZ Top has been tapped to step off the tour bus. The Texas Rocker's won't be hitting Asheville next Wednesday night. Knowing all things medical should be taken seriously. But do you remember the day when the thunder makers of arenas were forced into timeout because of addiction, love lost and behind the scenes fighting? It shaped the giants of show business. Turning them into comic book super heroes. Well...the times. They are a changin. Ticket Taker's demanding to see their favorite bands live on stage have to put up with the process of age. Bassist Dusty Hill has kidney stones. Which...rumor has it can easily be cured by hops and barley processed into liquid perfection.
Monday, July 21, 2014
Has Johnny Depp joined the ranks of Aerosmith? First the recording studio. Now live on stage banging out riffs with Joe Perry like he's a part of the project since day one. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SkjZzFjaXeQ I say "Project" because Joe's solo album Music From Another Dimension rips the wizard right out from the curtain. Exposing the true reason why he went to Hollywood. It was to be a Classic Rocker not an actor. Aerosmith's producer Jack Douglas would love to work more with Mr. Depp. Aerosmith’s summer tour with Slash pulls into Atlanta on August 28th.
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