An Interview with Wrecking Crew Film Producer Denny Tedesco

Posted onMarch 3, 2017
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The Wrecking Crew is a 2008 documentary film that covers the story of the Los Angeles-based group of session musicians known as the Wrecking Crew, famed for having played on numerous hit recordings throughout the 1960s. Filmmaker and producer Denny Tedesco talks about the putting the documentary together and his highs and lows throughout the journey. One person described this movie as “musician porn” and after this interview, we would agree. This has been a long time in the making and worth every second. Watch or listen to the interview here.

KickActs TV presents “The Real Christmas Message”

Posted onDecember 18, 2014
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Review: Sideshow Romance – This Means War

Posted onMay 27, 2014
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This review can also be found on my website.

Sideshow Romance - This Means WarReleased on February 18, 2014, This Means War is the debut EP from Evansville, Indiana’s own Sideshow Romance. From the opening notes of Goodbye to the final guitar chord of Coward, this EP is packed full of melodic rock that will punch you in the throat. The music is well written and the band member performances are tight. I found myself playing this CD repeatedly in my car and on my iPod. My favorite national bands don’t even get that kind of love. While each song on this release stands on its own, all six songs flow together cohesively creating very solid album. Everyone involved in the creation of this recording should hold their heads high and stand proud. This is a fantastic EP.

This Means War was recorded at Lakeside Studio in Knoxville, TN with Grammy award nominee Travis Wyrick. The cover artwork was designed by Blaine Henry. From the sound recording to the mastering to the packaging, this is a stellar piece of work and I give it 5 stars. Well done, gentlemen, well done.

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Billy Joel / Brian Johnson – You Shook Me All Night Long

Posted onApril 24, 2014
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A very cool collaboration.

Episode 3 of the Hair’s To The 80s Podcast is online!

Posted onJanuary 21, 2013
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You can go here to listen: http://www.hairstothe80s.com/episode-3-january-20-2013/

or listen here:

Hair’s To The 80s Podcast Episode 3 – January 20, 2013 by Hair’s To The 80’S on Mixcloud

Hair’s To The 80s Weekly Podcast

Posted onJanuary 7, 2013
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Many years ago I ran a Live365 radio station called Hair’s To The 80s. Well, the itch to bring this back is finally being scratched. I started a weekly podcast series. The debut podcast was released last night and you’re invited to give it a listen.

http://www.hairstothe80s.com/episode-1-january-6-2013/

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Peter Criss on Eddie Trunk Show

Posted onDecember 17, 2012
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Why Doesn’t MTV Play Music Videos Anymore?

Posted onNovember 12, 2012
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This is a humorous look at MTV and today’s youth. Warning: There is some language that you may find offensive, or funny.

Slash, Duff McKagan, Steven Adler & Myles Kennedy Perform at HOF Ceremony

Posted onApril 16, 2012
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Axl Rose: No Reunion Of Classic Guns N’ Roses

Posted onApril 11, 2012
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On one hand, Axl is still selling out arenas & doesn’t need to reunite with the other members of the classic lineup — and they (maybe with the exception of Steven Adler) don’t really need him. On the other hand, it would be cool to AT LEAST reunite for the Rock & Roll Hall of Shame, er, Fame performance.

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