Submitted by Sports Fan (not verified) on Mon, 2005-03-28 01:00
Vinny Martell was known for his band Vanilla Fudge in the 60’s and is still rocking. His album Endless High has some terrific guitar riffs and great strong vocals.
The CD has some surprising style changes and it looks like Martell has a very progressive sound. ‘The Old Man In The Sky’ has some great background vocals and it tells a good story. The guitar solo in that song shows the brilliance of Martell’s lead guitar.
Submitted by Sports Fan (not verified) on Mon, 2005-02-21 01:00
Debbie Gibson is a native New Yorker that started out a pop star and then went on to have a successful career on Broadway. For most that would suffice but she wanted more and that’s why she decided to restart her recording career.
Some call her the “original” pop princess but she is really a gifted musician as well as a singer/songwriter. I have a lot of respect for those that can do both. It adds more depth and another dimension to their music.
Submitted by Sports Fan (not verified) on Fri, 2004-11-12 01:00
The band Velvet revolver is on tour now supporting their first-ever album entitled “Contraband” and this is a show that you don’t want to miss. This band has three former Guns and Roses members in Slash (lead guitar), Duff McKagan (bass, vocals) and Matt Sorum (drums). Mix in former Stone Temple Pilots front man Scott Weiland (vocals) and Dave Kushner (guitar, vocals) from Wasted Youth and you have a free-agent band that kicks ass.
Submitted by Sports Fan (not verified) on Thu, 2004-10-21 02:00
Metal fans in the Philly area have been in heaven for the past few days (the 19th show had the highest attendance of the tour so far) since the Godsmack-Metallica tour has hit the Wachovia Center. It has been very well attended (that’s why a second night was added) and Metallica fans have over two decades of songs to hope for - - and the band has been obliging by mixing them up. Keep in mind this is the loudest concert you will ever hear.
Submitted by Sports Fan (not verified) on Fri, 2004-10-15 02:00
The first song on the sampler ‘Breathe’ (2AM) gives you that feeling what’s it like to call somebody in the middle of the night when you can’t sleep. The music is easy to listen to and the lyrics are deep. If you are looking for a pop CD you are looking in the wrong place.
Nalick’s voice is very calming and it gives you a sense of calm when you hear it. These songs will really stir up some emotion and that’s what an artist is supposed to do.