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  • Runnin' with the Devil: A Backstage Pass to the Wild Times, Loud Rock, and the Down and Dirty Truth Behind the Making of Van Halen
    Runnin' with the Devil: A Backstage Pass to the Wild Times, Loud Rock, and the Down and Dirty Truth Behind the Making of Van Halen
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Sunday
Jun122011

Interview - Bruce Kulick

Bruce Kulick is one of the most underrated guitarists in Rock and Roll today.  Having played in KISS for 12 years, and being a member of Grand Funk Railroad for almost the same amount of time, Bruce Kulick has quietly amassed a career that most musicians dream of.  Arguably a better guitar player than both Ace Frehley and Mark Farner, Bruce has never received the notoriety of the 'original' guys that he has replaced in Grand Funk Railroad and KISS.  And Bruce is fine with that, as he is totally comfortable being the 'replacement guy,' and knows the role he needs to play, when filling the shoes for other guitar greats.  That 'mild mannered' approach is what gives Bruce Kulick his charm, as his fans know how talented he really is, and appreciate the fact that his large amount of skills don't come with a big 'ol ego to match.  Bruce is very fan friendly, as he has appeared at dozens of KISS fan expos and other fan sponsored events over the years, to meet with his fans, sign autographs, answer all kinds of crazy questions and most importantly, share his music.  Since 2001, Bruce has released a string of great solo CDs (three to be exact), as he released the first two entirely on his own, with no label support whatsoever.  While making them available to purchase on the internet, through his website (Kulick.net), the biggest way Bruce has gotten his music to his fans, has been by selling his CDs at the KISS expos - literally bringing his music right to the people.  Although Bruce's latest CD, "BK III" was released on a label - Twenty4 Records - Bruce continues his grassroots approach in getting his music to his fans.

For full interview, click here.

Thursday
Jun092011

RMS Exclusive - Watch the entire Sister Sin Buffalo NY performance here!!!



To watch the entire concert, click here
Wednesday
Jun082011

Great White - Club Infinity, Williamsville, NY - 06/04/2011

Review by John Jeffrey , Photos by Thomas S. Orwat, Jr.

Buffalo, NY - Great White's show at Club Infinity proves that there is still a large percentage of the population that is not completely tuned into the internet, or who stay on top of the rock n roll 'happenings,' as the amount of people who were unaware of the fact that Jack Russell is currently not singing for the band was astounding.  This apparent 'news' was not received well, as there were even apparent complaints regarding Russell's absence from people who purchased 'meet & greet' packages.  You would assume people paying extra money to meet the band, would be aware of who they are paying to meet?  I guess not.

For full review, click here.

Saturday
Jun042011

Rock on the Range 2011 - Columbus, Ohio May 20th - 22nd

Review/photos - Mike Suicide

Columbus, Oh - This year marked the fifth anniversary of the Rock on the Range (ROTR) in Columbus Ohio’s Crew Stadium. I always enjoy the trip to Columbus, the city residents are gracious hosts and quite friendly. As in years past the line up usually consists of your basic rock radio station hit makers. The bands include pioneers, currents and up comers but nothing in the mix too avant-garde or over the top.
Being that it was the 5th year anniversary, ROTR added a Friday night pre-show to commemorate the milestone with acts Steel Panther, Danko Jones, Lez Zeppelin and Red Line Chemistry. I missed both Lez Zeppelin and Red Line Chemistry due to the drive in from New York.  Danko Jones is a band hailing from Toronto, Ontario that is fairly popular and was well received, I thought they kind of stunk.

To read review click here

Friday
Jun032011

Exclusive!!! - Hourcast at Rock on the Range