The Misfits co-founder Glenn DANZIG will release his New Album “Black Laden Crown” this May. This is the 1st DANZIG album of all new material
in 7 years, since 2010’s critically acclaimed ‘Deth Red Sabaoth’. ‘Black Laden Crown‘ will be released May 26, 2017.
“Black Laden Crown” Cover Album Painted by Simon Bisley
This June also marks the 25th Anniversary of DANZIG III HOW THE GODS KILL.
HOW THE GODS KILL was the 1st DANZIG Album to crack Billboards Top 30 & the
1st DANZIG Album Produced by Mr. DANZIG himself.
In Honor of this Momentous Occasion, DANZIG will be doing a Selecct Handful of Shows
this Summer & will perform many songs from HOW THE GODS KILL.
Here below you can hear a preview from the album, DANZIG’s official track ‘Devil on Hwy 9’, with Tommy Victor on lead guitar.
Just to greet one of most important and influential jazz fusion guitarists of all times……..
Legendary virtuoso jazz/fusion guitarist Allan Holdsworth passed away on April 16, 2017. Born in Bradford, England, on 6 August 1946, Holdsworth had lived in Southern California for several decades. His complex guitar work was cited as an influence by musicians such as Eddie Van Halen, Steve Vai, Joe Satriani, Steve Lukather, Robben Ford and more.
Allan Holdsworth playing Forever Until Sunday live in BBC TV show in 1979 at Oxford Polytechnic in the UK, the concert features all Bill Bruford’s group playing material from the band’s first two CDs.
Bruford were a band that former Yes and King Crimson drummer Bill Bruford formed and led in the late 1970s. Bill Bruford had assembled a band for his debut solo album, Feels Good to Me, with Dave Stewart (keyboards), Jeff Berlin (bass), Allan Holdsworth (guitar) and Bruford (drums). That album also had Annette Peacock on vocals, and Kenny Wheeler on flugelhorn. A second album was then released under the band name Bruford and was mostly instrumental, and on the live album The Bruford Tapes (a live show originally broadcast for radio station WLIR) and associated tour, guitarist The ‘Unknown’ John Clark replaced Holdsworth. Bass player Berlin sang the vocals on Gradually Going Tornado. (information taken from Wikipedia)
This performance is taken from DVD Bruford: Rock Goes to College by Annette Peacock.
This morning I was invited to listen this original song by French rock band Manu and Spaceship, by guitarist Manu Rodier. I was quite impressed by the quality of the song and the good sounding and that’s why I recommend you give it a listen. This clip is from a live recording from studio session, just a preview of “Mother Mother (Earth)” from their forthcoming debut album, still under construction.
I hope you enjoy…
Jean-Daniel Glorioso: Drum;
Fred Adrignola: Keyboards
Guillaume Stelly: Bass
Manu Rodier : Guitar and lead Vocal
Manu and Spaceship
The Father of Rock ‘N’ Roll Mr. Chuck Berry has died at age 90.
On Saturday afternoon, March 18 2017, the father of Rock ‘N’ Roll, Mr. Chuck Berry has died at his home in Missouri at the age of 90. The King of Rock was found unresponsive at 12:40 local time. St. Charles County Police Department, in the US state of Missouri, pronounced decease at 1:26 p.m.. The cause of death was not revealed.
His family posted a statement on Facebook: “We are deeply saddened to announce that Chuck Berry – beloved husband, father, grandfather and great-grandfather – passed away at his home today at the age of 90. Though his health had deteriorated recently, he spent his last days at home surrounded by the love of his family and friends. The Berry family asks that you respect their privacy during this difficult time.”
Here below you can watch three videos from different times of Chuck Berry playing Johnny B- Goode:
Pink Floyd celebrates 50 years since their first single released “Arnold Layne”.
An international retrospective of Pink Floyd to celebrate 50 years since their first single released “Arnold Layne”.
“Their Mortal Remains” is an audio-visual journey through their extraordinary musical history, since the 60s to today.
The Pink Floyd Exhibition: Their Mortal Remains opens on 13 May at London’s Victoria and Albert Museum for only 20 weeks.
Pink Floyd in 1967
Opening on Saturday, 13 May 2017
Daily: 10.00 – 17.30
Last ticketed entry 16.15
Friday: 10.00 – 21.30
Last ticketed entry 20.15
Tickets cost £20 – £24
Varying weekday and weekend prices apply
Presented by the V&A, Pink Floyd and Iconic Entertainment Studios.
Watch the trailer of “Their Mortal Remains”…
Pink Floyd’s debut single “Arnold Layne” written by Syd Barrett and released on 10 March 1967.