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... Cozumel, Mexico. Performances from Yes, Kansas, Steve Hackett, Mike Portnoy, Neal Morse, Patrick Moraz, John Lodge of the Moody Blues and many more kept the cruisers entertained and happy. Throw ...
2. Judas Priest | Turbo 30 - CD Review
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... Hot & Crazy Days” with its plinking keys background and drive show off Priest in the full flush of metal-done-for-the-masses, it’s the live material recorded at the Kemper Arena in Kansas City that ...
... and his audience. His 2016 release Loud Hailer is proof positive of that. Read more > The Prelude Implicit Kansas The Prelude Implicit, the 15th studio album by ...
... Kansas in the same room years ago, but rock is a rarity at a venue that typically hosts plays, musicals and Donny and Marie concerts. What fans experienced was a band in its most purist, ...
5. Kansas | The Prelude Implicit - CD Review
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The Prelude Implicit Kansas The Prelude Implicit, the 15th studio album by Kansas, is a first in many ways. It is the first studio album from the band since vocalist and keyboardist Steve ...
... was familiar with like Rare Earth and Black Oak Arkansas. Co-headlining the festival was Emerson, Lake & Palmer, a band I’d never even heard of. I assumed, because their combined surnames ...
... Morse (Deep Purple, Dixie Dregs, ex-Kansas), drummer Mike Portnoy (Transatlantic, Winery Dogs, ex-Dream Theater), Neal Morse (Transatlantic, Spock's Beard), bass player Dave LaRue ...
... or names of cities, Kansas City — do you know what I mean? I can play 40 years of music and I tell a story behind every song and how I met every person — how I met Tina Turner or Brian Wilson, ...
... developing a record with guitarist Steve Morse (Deep Purple, Dixie Dregs, ex-Kansas) drummer Mike Portnoy (Transatlantic, Winery Dogs, ex-Dream Theater), Neal Morse (Transatlantic, Spock’s Beard), and ...
10. Flying Colors | Second Nature - CD Review
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Second Nature Flying Colors When you look at the members of Flying Colors — guitarist Steve Morse (Deep Purple, Dixie Dregs, ex-Kansas), drummer Mike Portnoy (Transatlantic, Winery Dogs, ...
11. Marillion | A Sunday Night Above The Rain - CD Review
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... he spontaneously throws at the crowd. Like David Gilmour, Rich Williams of Kansas and James Young of Styx, Rothery is one of those subtle players who can bring you to tears with just a handful of notes. ...
12. B.B. King & Lucille: A Timeless Love
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... didn’t come from a woman the King had once been romantically enamored with, as one might suspect. The King was in Twist, Arkansas, playing a gig at a dance in the winter of 1949 when a fight ...
... The band was known for its shuffling of personnel as much as its hits. Finally, in 1980, the muscle-armed rocker with a big smile and bigger talent, an American from Kansas City, Missouri, Wayne Nelson, ...
14. The Steve Morse Interview (2013)
...  one so special? I know you really went out of your way to make this one something really unique. I think a big change was having Bob Ezrin come in. I worked with him on the last Kansas album ...
15. The Roger Glover Interview
... on a Kansas record back in the ’80s. Yes. He told us he’d worked with him. I don’t know where that went, whether it was from Steve, management or agency that got the idea, but obviously somewhere along ...
16. The Ricky Byrd Interview
... that, and I had played with Ian, and it all came back, that fun groove, so I just began scribbling away. I remembered being in Max’s Kansas City, one night when I was 17, standing in the back ...
... Northern California where my aunt and her family lived. Dad returned to his home State of Kansas to work with his addiction and get himself back on his feet. During the years I spent growing ...
... organ and that very church-like, powerful gospel sound that it brought to rock. Bands like Kansas, I always loved it when I'd hear a Hammond in there. It's so funny because Ed Roth is often turning around ...
... the second DVD. Then Nathan Brenton's violin comes in as we get into a Kansas-like atmosphere on "Mercy Street." This captures Morse's vocals properly and may my favorite tune of the bunch. Bassist Randy ...
20. Blondie | Panic Of Girls - CD Review
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Panic Of Girls Blondie Blondie is the quintessential New York City band, its roots firmly entrenched in the Bowery and Village fringe clubs like CBGB and Max's Kansas City. Now, over 30 years ...
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