David BeMiller...stupid, moronic, idiotic, asinine and retarded jackass!
Hey David! If you heard their speeches you would know that Vinnie, Eric and Mark WERE mentioned! Whenever I hear idiotic rants from so-called hardcore "fans", I know they are not true fans at all. If you were, you would be glad that KISS is still around making great music and would accept ALL members. If you choose to live exclusively in the past, go ahead. Nobody's going to miss you.
Hey David, if Ace and Peter had cared more about what the fans wanted instead of drugs and alcohol you would have got your wish... they didn't, and that's why they're no longer in KISS. End of story.
Hey Paul ! You Forgot About Eric Carr, Vinnie Vincent, Mark St. John ! What About Them ? Some Damm Good Guitarist And Song Writers And One Hell Of A Drummer ! Eric Carr ! Still Not To Happy About What Happened At The Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame Ceremony . So How Come You And Gene Simmons Get Your Heads Out Of Your Ass And Give The KISS Fans What They Really Wanted ! The Original Members Of KISS In Makeup Playing A Couple Of Songs Together ! If It Wasn't For Ace & Peter You Might Not Of Made It That Far In The Music World ! And You Say KISS Listens To There Fans And Gives There Fans What They Want ? I Say Bullshit ! KISS Doesn't Listens To There Fans And Give Them What They Want ! And This Is Coming From A Diehard KISS Fan ! It's The Gene & Paul Show All Over Agian!
I invented this. It was called Battle Of The Worst Bands. Did first one at Pat's In The Flats and several more at The Phantasy. John Walsh was my partner on this. The Ghoul was host. Winning band was a metal band from "France" called Ouiphuctor. Cleveland's Ugliest all girl band The Bambies came in second. Uncle Salty was a band that did Aerosmith songs with a horn section and Pull My Finger just played Inna Godda Davida until we unplugged them. There was also a little cutie named Sleazy Jesus and The Splatter Pigs. This was around 1991.
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Billy Joe is one of the greatest American songwriters ever. His songs have been covered by everyone from Elvis to Dylan.
Do yourself a favor and go see this Legend.
fuck u booooooom shiva
Interesting Q&A....an extended tour can make or break a young artist -- it sounds like the 27 months on the road to promote "Lovestrong" actually opened a path in her creativity to have a fresh perspective on the craft of songwriting.
Ah, house of blues...always a great place to see a show!
Good for them, glad to see they're happy and rocking out in the process.
This is a great interview -- because it tackles tough, personal/professional issues of triumph, loss, what could have been and forging a comeback....straight from the heart.
It took years, but Jimi's family was finally able to gain control of his legacy.....for future generations of fans and musicians to study, appreciate and understand.
This duo is incredible! They just played in Jackson Hole, Wyoming and it was truly magical to enjoy the intimacy of their music, stories and energy together. They really have something special in their musical talent. Luke's voice is equally fabulous.....
I hear they're going to do a show with a guest spot done by 50-cent.
Memo to that rock music museum in town --- garage bands may not be as sexy as the Rolling Stones, but these groups and musicians should get a major exhibit - sooner, rather than much later. Oh, and another future exhibit should give a nod to the musicians who were the foundation of the English music scene....you know, guys like Graham Bond and Alexis Korner.
It seems no better of a way to perform American roots music than in small, intimate atmospheres where the artist can get to "know" with the audience.....from the first note to the final bows.
MS was actually in the running to replace Mick Taylor, after he had flamed out with The Rolling Stones. What could have been..........
what about David Curtis ,CD at itunes
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