MEAT N’ GREET Tuff founding bassist Chaisson & Ex-Warrant guitarist Morris have a successful BBQ business on wheels LOS ANGELES — Once among the most popular glam-rock acts on MTV with the hit “I Hate Kissing You Goodbye,” Tuff still plays a few select dates at rock festivals every year. In the meantime, founding bassist Todd Chaisson and noted guitar player Billy Morris have forged a successful business in Cleveland with their mobile Smokin’ Rock N’[…]Read More »
LOS ANGELES — He has served as Warrant’s bass player from the very beginning, through the early days, the good times, the bad, and now the good again. Jerry Dixon continues to pluck away, and at 47 years old, there are good times still ahead, as Warrant remains a popular touring band thanks to such monster hits as “Heaven,” “Cherry Pie,” “Down Boys” and others that found their way onto MTV’s regular rotation and FM[…]Read More »
Examiner — Akron ,Ohio- The Rubber City has had many famous sons and several of them have been taken too early but their memories will remain . In honor of a fallen song and dance man ,the the one and only Tom Keifer of Cinderella fame will headline a tribute concert for the family of Akron’s Jani Lane formally of Warrant .The Akron Civic Theatre will be packed with those who both personally and professionally knew[…]Read More »
WHERE THE DOWN BOYS GO Joey Allen talks about his time in and out of the band Warrant Canada — Joey Allen (Warrant) gives us a full overview of his career. He discusses the early days of Warrant, and their heyday in the late 80’s. He also shares why he left the band after Dog Eat Dog, what he did in the years before his return, reflects on Jani Lane, and looks forward to the next[…]Read More »
DOWN BOYS! Joey Allen lets his hair down on all things Warrant & Jani Lane with Inappropriate Earl West Hollywood — Join me as I have one of my favorite axemen of all time Warrant’s Joey Allen as he discussed the LA Music scene when it was popping and Warrant’s mercurial rise to fame and the effects of grunge, the 90’s for an 80’s band and much much more. You can find him along with[…]Read More »
Luc Carl: “Sebastian Bach thought I was trying to out rock star him” FARM ROCK 2014 Last summer my girl and I hopped on my Harley Davidson Road King and cruised up to Chicago to catch Black Sabbath. It was a two day trip with several other knuckle head bikers involved and we’re lucky we made it there at all. At some point during the journey a friend of mine texted me and[…]Read More »
Metal Sludge’s Top 12 Most Shocking Death’s Of The Biggest 80’s Rock Stars By Gerry Gittelson Metal Sludge Editor at Large “Our dead are never dead to us, until we have forgotten them.” George Eliot No one wants to die, but it’s an inevitable part of life – sometimes sooner, sometimes later. In this Metal Sludge compilation, we examine 12 rock and roll deaths that shook the music industry to its core. When[…]Read More »
Bobbie Brown the Cherry Pie girl talks to Inappropriate Earl about meeting rock stars and more; "I wasn't impressed, I wasn't star struck. I've never been in awe of anyone"
Bobbie Brown; “He (Paul Stanley of KISS) was extremely effeminate for a male. His mannerisms, and the way he talks. When he asked me out, I thought he was gay.” Internet — The always interesting and entertaining Bobbie Brown talks with Inappropriate Earl. The cherry pie girl comes clean and opens up on a bunch of rock related subjects. We’ll bullet point them here…and if you want to hear it, click the soundcloud button[…]Read More »
Rockesha promoter could face legal action from Wisconsin area Expo Center after cancelled concert and his failure to pay rent.
Rockesha promoter could face legal action from Wisconsin area Expo Center after cancelled concert and failure to pay rent. Wisconsin — The Waukesha County Expo Center tells WISN 12 News it may move forward with legal action after the promoter of Rockesha canceled the event last month. Waukesha County Expo Center manager Teri Adlam said the concert promoter who signed a contract to put on Rockesha on June 21, still owes rent. “Two[…]Read More »
“Rockesha: The Hair is Back” promoter press release states: “business associate tried to take his own life” and that “47 paid patrons the day of show killed any effort” of saving the event.
“Rockesha: The Hair is Back” promoter releases statement about cancelled show. Facebook — The promoter for the “Rockesha: The Hair Is Back” concert has come forward and posted a statement about the cancelled show. Rob Lyons of Splat Entertainment LLC was the promoter and has taken full responsibility for its failure. The event was scheduled early in 2014 and has been promoted for months. Online links had tickets being sold for $ 30.00 and VIP[…]Read More »