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103 GBF Major Concert Announcement

 103GBF Damn Loud Rock SHow at Woody’s West with DROWNING POOL and NONPOINT. Fri june 4 Outdoors all ages Doors at 6 Show at 7 Tix go onsale fri and you know where to get them! Woody’s, Chilli Willi’s and 103gbfrocks.com

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Posted by Chuck Gee - April 28, 2010 at 11:23 AM

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Just so you know…..

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Posted by Chuck Gee - April 28, 2010 at 8:06 AM

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Changing of the Guard “Live Long and Prosper Leonard Nimoy”

Leonard Nimoy Retiring, Won’t Star in ‘Trek’ Sequel

For those who were looking forward to Leonard Nimoy’s participation in the next Star Trek sequel — or perhaps an on-screen reunion between Nimoy and William Shatner — you can forget about it. According to the Toronto Sun, Nimoy will be retiring from acting once he finishes up his final appearance as Dr. William Bell in the TV show Fringe. “I’ve been doing this professionally for 60 years. I love the idea of going out on a positive note. I’ve had a great, great time,” Nimoy told the paper.

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http://www.cinematical.com/2010/04/20/leonard-nimoy-retiring-wont-star-in-trek-sequel/print/

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Posted by Chuck Gee - April 27, 2010 at 12:16 PM

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Jon Tucker’s “SICK PUPPIES” concert review


Tuesday nights aren’t typically known as a very big “party” night, but this 4/20, that’s exactly what it was. Bourbon Street Lounge in New Port Richey hosted what was by far one of the best local shows so far this year.

The evening started out with The Dood, a local band from Sarasota. These guys have a great sound. They are the perfect mix of mainstream rock and hardcore, and their singer is a force to be reckoned with. Next up was Nine Mile Drive. These guys are local as well, and have been around for a few years. They kept things moving with their high energy sound.

Local band Not Tonight Josephine (from Brandon) filled the main support slot for well known national act Sick Puppies. NTJ have only been around a short time, but they’ve proven they definitely have staying power. They’ve played at the 97X Backyard BBQ, and have established a pretty good following both headlining shows of their own as well opening for other nationally known acts such as Framing Hanley and Anberlin. These guys have tons of energy and an amazing chemistry on stage, which made them the perfect choice to get the crowd warmed up for Sick Puppies.

Sick Puppies. A three piece band from Australia. They’re not only an amazing band, but they’re appreciative of their fans and how they got to where they are. Hence the show at Bourbon. These guys are currently on tour with Breaking Benjamin right now, but decided to stop in and do a small local bar show on their day off, hanging out and sharing beers with everyone else in the crowd, and not only watching but cheering on the supporting acts. I personally was more than impressed. Their lead singer, Shimon Moore is not only vocally talented, but he is the antithesis of what a frontman should be: charismatic, funny and just the right amount of cockiness to get the whole crowd going. Drummer, Mark Goodwin, is super talented, and absolutely kills it live. And let’s not forget Emma Anzai, the super hot, super talented bass player. She managed to steal the show on several occasions with a few super funky bass riffs that only left the crown wanting more. This trio has excellent chemistry together and it comes through in their live show. Moore announced their last song at around 11:00pm after doing about an hour and ten minute set, but had no problem sticking around and even taking encore requests. Sick Puppies are definitely going to be around for a while, and I would strongly suggest catching their live show if you can.

reporting for KICKACTS over Tampa,
Jon Tucker

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Posted by Chuck Gee - April 27, 2010 at 11:36 AM

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Eddie Ojeda and Dee Snider’s version of Eleanor Rigby

I am not sure about this one…

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Posted by Chuck Gee - April 27, 2010 at 7:28 AM

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SPOTLIGHT ON ‘THE SPOTTSVILLE MONSTER’

SPOTLIGHT ON ‘THE SPOTTSVILLE MONSTER’

   Bart Nunnelly here, local author, artist and Fortean Investigator. I’m pleased to announce that my second film, “The Spottsville Monster – A Documentary” is slated to begin filming next month in Henderson, Kentucky. I’ll be teaming up with filmmaker extraordinaire and good friend, Chris McGill of McGill Media, LLC –
Louisville, Ky. – on this exciting project. ‘The Spottsville Monster’, an 8 foot-tall,hairy, man-like creature, first came to light back in 1975 when The Henderson ‘Gleanor’ ran an article about my family’s terrifying 11 month ordeal in the Spottsville, Ky. bottoms. But evidence suggests that the creature(s) has been around much longer than that. And is still around, with the latest sighting occurring in February, 2010!

   The McGill Media crew will follow me as I go deep into the western Kentucky bottom lands in search of the creature, and film the testimony of actual eyewitnesses to the phenomenon – some of which may startle even you.

BMN

http://www.myspace.com/bmnunnelly

http://www.kybigfoot.com/

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Posted by Chuck Gee - April 26, 2010 at 8:19 AM

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Toronto Sun Interview with Alice Cooper

Alice Cooper and Rob Zombie are a match made in heaven. And hell.

“It’s heaven for me and hell for him, probably,” cracks the 62-year-old Coop, who is about to join forces with Zombie on the Gruesome Twosome tour.

“It’s a great idea,” says Cooper of the shock-rock double-bill, which skips around Canada this spring and summer. “Rob is like my little brother. We’re so connected when it comes to our styles. Both our shows are so theatrical, it will almost look like they run into each other. It’s really going to be fun.”

En route to their opening gig in Winnipeg, the mascara-loving icon and longtime golf addict opened up about the bad old days, his dark new album and how this tour is going to kill him.

For the rest of this great interview , go here.

http://www.torontosun.com/entertainment/music/2010/04/25/13714686.html

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Posted by Chuck Gee - April 26, 2010 at 6:58 AM

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An Interesting Interview with Alex Lifeson of RUSH

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Posted by Chuck Gee - April 26, 2010 at 6:55 AM

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Just in! Prayers needed! Bret Michaels Suffers Massive Brain Hemmorhage

LOS ANGELES, Calif. — Two weeks removed from an emergency appendectomy, Bret Michaels was rushed to the hospital on Thursday night where it was discovered the rocker had suffered a massive brain hemorrhage, according to People.

The 47-year-old “Rock of Love” and “Celebrity Apprentice” reality star is currently listed in critical condition.

 “After several CAT scans, MRIs and an angiogram, [doctors] decided to keep Michaels in the ICU and are running several tests to determine the cause. [It] will be touch and go for the next few days while he is under intense observation,” a source close to the situation told People.

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http://omg.yahoo.com/news/bret-michaels-suffers-massive-brain-hemmorhage/39733?nc

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Posted by Chuck Gee - April 23, 2010 at 4:02 PM

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Beverage of the “Weak”. Jon Tucker

Now my beer of the week choice is definately a beer that has been looked over and forgotten but please do not judge this book by its cover. Amstel Light is a Dutch brewed beer. I think the reason why Amstel Light gets such a bad review is because I’ve heard complaints that it doesn’t have the body to back up the flavor. This light lager has a nice crisp hop taste. I is low in calorie, so it is expected to have a little less body, like those of most light beers. Heres a little info on the beer itself.

127 calories, 6.7 grams of carbohydrates, 0.0 grams of fat, and that is a serving of 16 oz.

Now the price of this beer is really all depends on where you buy it but expect to pay just a little bit more than your other well known brands. So to wrap it all up, if your watching what you eat and drink for weight control, this is not a bad beer to do it with. It has a very fine taste, with that crisp hops taste and smell. So my friends grab an Amstel Light, and enjoy that light golden brown goodness.

Jon Tucker

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Posted by Chuck Gee - April 23, 2010 at 7:47 AM

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