So you have probably heard about this already, but I thought I would chime in with a couple of cents worth of comments.
I’ve been using the service for many years, on and off, and there were many great features and it’s quite a loss to the music community IMHO…
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By 1989 Alice Cooper had been in the business for over 25 years. And he is still going strong today. Poison brought Alice back into the mainstream with after personal challenges at the start of the 80s.
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Welcome to the jungle. What a fantastic track. Probably the start of THE greatest time for music in general, or at least the music that I like. Guns N’ Roses were to spawn hundreds of imitators and still influence rock music today.
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So my “find” of last year has been recognized. I’m guessing that their gigs in Finland this year will be even more busy given their publicity.
I wonder if they are happy with it all?
Metal News: Ghost Takes Home The ‘Best Metal Performance’ Grammy
Source: Ghost Takes Home The Grammy – in Metal News ( Metal Underground.com )
Day 5 and now in 1985.
She sells sanctuary will always be a favorite of mine for a couple of reasons.
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Day 4 and still in 1984..
My second big concert lives long in the memory.
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Day 3 and we are up to 1984.
Back in the days of No Limits on BBC2 (from 1985-1987) Mötley Crüe featured quite a bit.
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Sneak Peek of new gig photos coming soon!
Day 2 of the challenge. These are not in chronological order but….
Queen and David Bowie – Under Pressure. For 2 reasons…
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I was asked to do this on Facebook, so I accepted the challenge. I thought I would share it with the world too for my one site visitor.
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