"He’s lucky he’s not in jail. But he’s old and sickly now, and you know what? I care about Kim Fowley, I really do. When the movie was in preparation, I saw Kim at a party, and my whole attitude changed. I mean, he stole our money from Capitol Records. In Australia, he put out this album of me and my sister with these crappy liner notes. I didn’t even know about it, and he made money on that record that I had nothing to do with. I was pretty pissed. I carried that anger and hurt but eventually I moved on."Read More »
"My thoughts about Sebastian Bach is he is what he is. We did three shows with them (Skid Row), very early, and we used to like things pretty mild and pretty in-control right before we went on stage, and one night our road manager closed the door as they were coming into our dressing room, and for years Baz kept telling everyone that Mike Tramp had him thrown out of the dressing room. So for Sebastian right now, brother you have to put it to rest because I did not have you thrown out." Mike TrampRead More »
Ted Poley rocking the stage at Sweden Rock DO IT FOR ME ONE MORE TIME Ted Poley of Danger Danger takes one last stab at stardom with a summer tour with Enuff Z’Nuff and Bang Tango By Gerry ...Read More »
John Bisaha is the new voice of The Babys OH BABYS, LOOK WHO’S BACK IN TOWN Iconic rock band the Babys have reformed a generation after being the springboard for John Waite, Journey’s Jonathan Cain and ...Read More »
Marc Ferrari & Brian Jay of KEEL play "Whisky-A-Go-Go" June 8th THE RIGHT TO ROCK…AGAIN! Keel is coming to the Whisky ...Read More »
“I have memories of Steeler and Keel. I thought Rik Fox was cool of all things. Then I got to Hollywood, and he was such a prick when I think back to the way he treated me. I was just a 19-year-old kid. I would tell him to fuck off now.”
"I remember the night Guns N’ Roses played Cathouse, Andy McCoy of Hanoi Rocks was on heroin drooling right in front of us. I was like no way dude!"
"When I had no band, this girl I dated had all these tickets for Pretty Boy Floyd, and I would take ‘em and stand outside the Roxy and sell the tickets. I made so much money that I never had to work. She wasn't giving them to me to scalp, I was strealing them. The whole stack and would sell them."
Britt Pennella – Blackboard Jungle