The Throbs have a posted a new live clip of their song, “Come Little Sister” from their 9/24/09 show at Don Hill’s in New York City.
DANGEROUS NEW MACHINE, the new band featuring former STEREOMUD singer Erik Rogers, has posted a cover version of Salt’n Pepa’s Push It, on the group’s Myspace page
PUSH IT! is available now free! Visit this link, submit your email address, and get the free download!
The group is currently in the studio working on more new material and is expected to release full CD some time in 2010 on a label TBA.
Rogers recently abandoned plans to utilize the STEREOMUD moniker for the project, which also features guitarist Billy Grey (ex-FOZZY, SICK SPEED) and drummer Rodney Beaubouef (ex-STUCK MOJO).
DANGEROUS NEW MACHINE is:
Erik Rogers – Vocals
Billy Grey (ex-FOZZY, SICK SPEED) – Lead Guitar
Rodney Beaubouef (ex-STUCK MOJO) – Drum
Randy Reider -Bass
JOURNEY’s “Live In Manila” two-DVD set will be released October 2, 2009. Filmed with RED technology, which utilizes special 4K high-definition cameras with a resolution exceeding 35mm film that gives the footage an extra dynamic quality, the DVD captures JOURNEY’s historic concert in Manila, Philippines. Performing more than two hours’ worth of classic favorites, as well as new hits from the band’s latest album, “Revelation”, “Live In Manila” documents the triumphant homecoming of the band’s singer Arnel Pineda.
On March 14, 2009, JOURNEY returned to Pineda’s homeland and introduced him as their new lead singer to a crowd of nearly 30,000. Group members Neal Schon, Jonathan Cain, Ross Valory, and Deen Castronovo swelled with pride as they witnessed the Filipino people embrace Arnel and the music of JOURNEY.
By the time of the Manila concert, more than 800,000 copies of “Revelation” — the band’s first album with Arnel — had been sold, and was supported with sold-out shows all over the world.
The “Live In Manila” DVD, like “Revelation”, is being sold exclusively at Wal-Mart in North America.
“Live In Manila” track listing:
01. Never Walk Away
02. Only The Young
03. Ask The Lonely
04. Stone In Love
05. Keep On Running
06. After All These Years
07. Change For The Better
08. Wheel In The Sky
09. Lights / Still They Ride
10. Open Arms
11. Mother Father
12. Wildest Dreams
13. When You Love A Woman
14. Separate Ways
15. What I Needed
16. Edge Of The Blade
17. Where Did I Lose Your Love
20. Don’t Stop Believin’
21. Anyway You Want It
22. Lovin’ Touchin’
23. Turn Down The World
24. Be Good To Yourself
“Revelation” debuted on The Billboard 200 chart at No. 5 and entered the national charts in six European countries in its first week of release. Within a few months, “Revelation” was certified platinum, journey’s 11th album to achieve that status. In the fall of 2008, JOURNEY’s classic “Don’t Stop Believin’” set a new high-water mark for digital downloads, topping 2 million in sales, making it the most downloaded catalogue track ever.
JOURNEY plays with a passion and commitment that wows both longtime fans and new generations of listeners alike. More than 700,000 fans attended their 2008 tour alone to hear the new hit singles “Never Walk Away” and “After All These Years” as well as the staggering catalogue of hits such as “Don’t Stop Believin’”, “Any Way You Want It”, “Open Arms”, “Faithfully”, “Stone In Love”, and “Separate Ways”.
AC/DC’s Black Ice World Tour, which was set to hit Phoenix, AZ on October 1, will be postponed to a later date. Subsequent shows in Las Vegas, Louisville, Kansas City, Des Moines and Milwaukee will also be rescheduled. The tour will resume on October 16 in Washington, DC (see below for full itinerary). Lead singer Brian Johnson recently underwent a medical procedure and at the advice of his doctor is taking some time to rest. The Black Ice World Tour kicked off in October of 2008 and has crisscrossed North America and Europe twice.
This November, the Black Ice World Tour will visit Latin America and by early 2010 the tour will hit Australia and New Zealand. AC/DC’s Black Ice was released globally on October 20, 2008 and topped sales charts in 29 countries. In the U.S. alone, Black Ice sold 780,000 copies in it’s first week and has since sold in excess of 2 million units.
October 16, 2009 Washington DC Verizon Center
October 18, 2009 Buffalo, NY HSBC Arena
October 21, 2009 Philadelphia, PA Wachovia Center
October 23, 2009 Atlanta, GA Phillips Area
October 25, 2009 Greensboro, NC Greensboro Coliseum
October 28, 2009 New Orleans, LA New Orleans Arena
October 30, 2009 Jacksonville, FL Jacksonville Arena
November 4, 2009 Oklahoma City, OK Ford Center
November 6, 2009 Austin, TX Frank Erwin Center
November 12, 2009 Mexico City, MX Foro Sol
November 19, 2009 Orlando, FL Amway Arena
November 21, 2009 San Juan, PR Coliseo de Puerto Rico