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Steve Hackett Live at the Keswick Theatre in Glenside PA. September 28, 2019

  One of the great guitar players in progressive rock played at the Keswick Theatre, in Glenside PA on Saturday, September 28, 2019. For those of you who don’t know, Steve Hackett is of course, the original guitarist of Genesis, … Continue reading

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Collective Soul LIVE

  As I get older, I find, I’m not really that fond of live albums. There are some exceptions, where the artist(s) make their songs different than on the original version. However, when I listen to a live album of … Continue reading

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Martin Barre ~ Road Less Travelled

  The great Jethro Tull guitar player puts out another solo gem with this album. You can certainly hear that Martin Barre was a main contributor of the Jethro Tull sound on this album. The songwriting is similar on some … Continue reading

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Various Artists ~ Pure Fire – A Tribute To Kiss

  If I haven’t told you before, I’ll tell you now, I’m NOT a KISS fan. However, this album DOES have some very good moments. One of those is the song “Love Gun” done by TOMMY SHAW (Styx), Steve Lukather … Continue reading

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Vanilla Fudge ~ Spirit Of ’67

  Vanilla Fudge is back? I don’t know if this is a permanent thing, but, I hope that it is. The band is Mark Stein on keyboards & vocals, Vince Martell on guitars & vocals, Carmine Appice on drums & … Continue reading

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Rick & Jenda Derringer Do The Beatles

    Rick Derringer, being one of my all time great performers does OK with this release. Most of the singing is done by Jenda with Rick in the background. Rick does sing lead on a few, but, mostly it’s … Continue reading

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Tommy Shaw ~ Sing For The Day DVD/Blue Ray

    You all know Tommy Shaw from Styx, but, his solo career is pretty awesome as well. Most of the songs that Tommy performs are Styx songs but he does also perform some solo songs & a couple of … Continue reading

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