Prior, OK, June 27th, 2008 – BIG COCK, The Hardest Band in the Land, has been invited to perform at the second annual Rocklahoma Festival, Saturday July 12th, 2008 – on the Retrospect Stage at 10:30 AM.
BIG COCK has proclaimed themselves the heir-apparent to the rock & roll throne, reverently treading in the footsteps of classic rock bands such as AC/DC, Van Halen and Guns N’ Roses. Delivering a gospel of fast cars, hard-partying, and the trail of a thousand soiled hotel room sheets; Big Cock is coming to put the ROCK in Rocklahoma.
BIG COCK is vocalist Robert “BMF” Mason (Lynch Mob, Cry of Love), guitarist Dave Henzerling (a.k.a. David Michael-Philips – King Kobra, Keel, Lizzy Borden), John “Drum Pulverizer” Covington (Invasion, Rhino Bucket) and bassist Colby.
BIG COCK is supporting their third release MotherLoad, available at Amazon, iTunes, Best Buy and any music store with balls big enough to put BIG COCK in their bins. With over a million combined video views on YouTube along with endless rave reviews worldwide, BIG COCK predicts Saturday July 12 will go down in history as “BIG COCK-lahoma”.
Check out the band’s video, Built For Speed below!
New York officials say Bon Jovi will play at a free concert in Central Park on July 12. The concert is billed as a prelude to the July 15 Major League Baseball All-Star game, which will highlight the final season at Yankee Stadium.
The event will be announced this afternoon during a press conference at New York’s City Hall, including details of ticket distribution.
Bon Jovi wraps its North American tour with a July 14-15 stand at New York’s Madison Square Garden.
In 2007, Hinder recorded a cover of the Steppenwolf classic, Born To Be Wild. NASCAR uses this song in their promotonial material videos on Sunday’s during racing season.
Hinder is going to release a CD/DVD version of Extreme Behavior in October. This video will be on the DVD . Check it out!
If you would like to check out the original version, here is 1969 Steppenwolf version:
What does a hard rock music junkie, like myself do on vacation? I visit the brand new $400 million dollar Hard Rock Park in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. The same folks that operate the Hard Rock Cafe, built this new theme park on the site of a closed down outlet mall in Myrtle Beach. The park opened in April, and had its Grand Opening in June 2008.
My wife and I enjoy visiting the Hard Rock Cafe when we get the opportunity to travel, so we thought the Hard Rock Park had to be pretty awesome.
In some ways, the Hard Rock Park, is just that, awesome. In other ways, it is quite lackluster.
The Hard Rock Park gets it right when it comes to the music themes. Just like their famous eateries, this park’s 55 acres are filled to the max with the hard rock theme. The British Invasion, and Abbey Road was one of my favorite areas. There are three other themed areas, Rock and Roll Heaven, Born in the USA, and Cool Country.
The park’s brand new Roller Coaster, Led Zeppelin the ride, is a pretty cool steel coaster with 6 inversions. (See Video Below). This is easily the best ride in the park. The rest of the park has a few rides scattered amongst its themed areas. Maximum RPM (not working when we were in the park), Knight of White Satin, the ride (a total snooze fest in 3-D), London Cab Ride (similar to the Scrambler), Slippery When Wet ( a hanging coaster like ride, designed to get you soaked), Just a Swingin’ (swing ride). I may have missed one or two rides, but that is basically it. There is a water area, for those who brought their suits can get soaked. (You will need it on a hot South Carolia summer day.)
If you enjoy live shows at a park, HRP has a few those for you to take in. If shopping is your thing, there are plenty of shops to check out the rock themed merchandise. The restaurants in the park have good food, but it is pricey, even for theme park food. Sadly, their is no Hard Rock Cafe, in the Hard Rock Park, that would have been a nice bonus.
On the day we visited the Hard Rock Park, there were an amazing low amount of visitors, and we could get on any ride within just a few minutes (including the Led Zeppelin roller coaster).
The park does have a large pavillion for live concerts. This gives HRP a load of potential. It is going to take a lot more than KC and the Sunshine band to draw a large crowd.
The Bottomline: Hard Rock Park is a beautiful park, and it is well put together. The admission ($50.00 per person) is far too steep for a park offering such little amusement. There are not enough rides to keep you occupied for a very long period of time. In 3-4 hours and you can do everything this park has to offer. If you are a roller coaster afficianado like myself, you will be greatly disappointed. Unless, you plan to ride, Led Zeppelin the ride, 10 or more times, I doubt you will get your money’s worth at the park. If you have a family of four, you can get a 4 pack of tickets for $40.00 bucks. That offers little solace to those having to pay full price. With about 10 – 12 more rides, this place could be spectacular. As it stands today, the Hard Rock Park doesn’t offer enough thrills or amusement for its entry price.