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Expofacic, an agricultural and industrial fair in Cantanhede – probably one of the last places I’d expect to see a WHITESNAKE gig (just like I’d never dreamed of watching EUROPE perform at a water park opening in Vila Real a … Continue reading
For Artur, Mourato and Miguel. Once upon a time, I’d head to a venue pretty early to secure my spot in the front row. Lately I’ve been “arriving” in front of the computer half an hour early to make sure … Continue reading
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If you only know D.A.D. for their 1989 hit “Sleeping My Day Away“, you really don’t know what you’re missing. Still it was a positive surprise to know that so many people here enjoy their music, to the point of … Continue reading
Back in 1991, it was usual for music videos to play on TV when shows were running late. One video that was pretty popular at the time was the theme song for “Terminator 2”. Such popularity was mostly due to … Continue reading
Originally posted in Valkyrian Music. I’ve been listening to this album on a daily basis for the past two weeks, trying to come up with the right words to describe it, but always ended up losing myself in the melodies … Continue reading
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Originally posted in Valkyrian Music. It’s not always bad to get “the second best”. In this case, it was amazing to get a tribute/cover band instead of the original. And don’t think that the fact that LED ZEPPELIN are retired, leaving … Continue reading
I waited 21 years to see SKID ROW live for the first time. And now, a little less than one year later, I saw them again. Life’s funny… First band on stage was THE LAST VEGAS. If spirited rock’n’roll is … Continue reading
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Tagged Camden, Hard rock, London, rise of the damnation army, rock'n'roll, sister, Skid Row, sold out, the last vegas, the underworld, united world rebellion, youth gone wild
I’ve always liked GOTTHARD even though I didn’t follow their career closely. Let’s just say that I loved their big hits and that the two gigs I’d seen had been amazing – 99% due Steve Lee‘s voice and charisma. So … Continue reading