Rob Halford has confirmed that his solo band ‘Halford’ will perform July 24, 2010 at Montreal, Canada’s 2nd Annual Heavy MTL Festival. Tickets and Additional details available soon at: http://www.heavymtl.com and http://www.RobHalford.com
“I am excited to re-introduce the Halford band: Mike Chlasciak and Roy Z. on guitars, Mike Davis on bass and Bobby Jarzombek on drums to Metal fans in Canada this summer,” explains Rob Halford. “We are looking forward to performing a strong set and unveiling a new track for the Montreal Heavy Mtl Festival.”
Armed with Metal’s most diverse band of the decade, Halford – Live in Anaheim is an intimate, in-your-face, solo performance featuring Halford, Fight and Judas Priest classics” Golgotha, The Heretick, Sun, Into The Pit, Light Comes Out of Black, Painkiller, Rapid Fire, Never Satisfied, and more. Also featured are Bonus LIVE tracks from Halford’s Tokyo, Japan performances February 2003.
Stay in touch with Rob Halford and his Halford band memembers at http://www.RobHalford.com throughout 2010 for NEW Halford music, digital releases and Metal God Apparel, limited concert ticket giveaways, limited meet-and-greets, tour dates, news and more!!
Arpeggio Entertainment Presents GIVING 2010 Benefitting MusiCares and the Grammy Foundation this Monday, May 3, 2010 at The Troubadour, 9081 Santa Monica Blvd, Los Angeles. Doors open at 7pm.
THE DROOGS featuring: JOHN WAITE (from The Babys and Bad English) on vocals, DONOVAN LEITCH (from Camp Freddy) on vocals, FRANKY PEREZ (from Scars on Broadway and Camp Freddy) on vocals and guitar, TRACII GUNS (from LA Guns) on guitar, PHIL SOUSSAN (from Ozzy Osborne, Billy Idol and Vince Neil) on bass and MATT SORUM (from Guns ‘N’ Roses, Velvet Revolver, and The Cult) on drums.
JEFF “SKUNK” BAXTER (from The Doobie Brothers and Steely Dan).
VIP LOUNGE TICKETS AVAILABLE for $50 each. Includes upstairs lounge access throughout the evening and interaction with performers.
GA ticket prices begin at $25.00 and are available at http://www.ticketfly.com/tickets/event-details/?tfly_event_id=8735.
100% of all proceeds from this concert will benefit MusiCares and The Grammy Foundation.
MusiCares provides a safety net of critical assistance for music people in times of need. MusiCares’ services and resources cover a wide range of financial, medical and personal emergencies, and each case is treated with integrity and confidentiality. MusiCares also focuses the resources and attention of the music industry on human service issues that directly impact the health and welfare of the music community.
The Grammy Foundation – promotes programs and activities that engage the music community and cultural community, as well as the general public.
The Foundation works in partnership year-round with The Recording Academy to bring national attention to important issues such as the value and impact of music and arts education and the urgency of preserving our rich cultural heritage. Their Programs include Grammy In The Schools, Grammy Career Day, Grammy Pro Sessions, Grammy Camp, the Entertainment Law Initiative, The Grammy Foundation Grant Program and the Music Preservation Project.
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American rock band Godsmack has a new album entitled The Oracle scheduled for release on May 4th, and they’ve shot a sizzle reel to give fans an exclusive look at what is to come from the bands first studio album in four years. Check out the short video the band put together at Daily Motion, and then head over to the Godsmack Shop at BravadoUSA.com to pre-order The Oracle Box Set, which includes The Oracle Deluxe CD/DVD, Godsmack bandana, patch, belt buckle, dogtags, and black artwork t-shirt.
Godsmack has released another track for download on iTunes titled “Sants & Sinners“. The band is offering fans the chance to check out a number upcoming tracks off of the forthcoming album including “What If,” “Love Hate Sex Pain,” and the lead single “Cryin’ Like A Bitch.” The Oracle is the first Godsmack album to be produced by Dave Fortman. His resume includes production for Evanescence, Slipknot, Mudvayne, Simple Plan, Otep, Superjoint Ritual, and more.
In other news, Godsmack will be taking the stage and performing a mini outdoor concert LIVE on JimmyKimmel 5/5 in Los Angeles, CA. Tickets will be available to the general public free of charge at http://www.1iota.com/events,4797,Jimmy-Kimmel-Live-GODSMACK-Outdoor-mini-concert.html. Check your local listings for airtimes and make sure to tune in on ABC to watch Godsmack give an explosive late night performance!
American Bang fans: get ready. The Nashville rockers are out on tour! Jaren, Neil, Kelby and Ben have already been partying with fans in Florida and are heading out on more dates in the South and Midwest US. Check out the remaining dates on their MySpace, and buy tickets on their official site.
Before you head out to a show, check out American Bang’s music video for their single, “Whiskey Walk.” The song will appear on their debut album which will be released this summer! Get updates straight from the band by following their Twitter, @americanbang.
May 1 Earthday Birthday – Tinker Field Orlando, Florida
May 5 Grey Eagle Tavern & Music Hall Asheville, North Carolina
May 6 Visulite Theater Charlotte, North Carolina
May 7 Norva Norfolk, Virginia
May 8 Local 506 Chapel Hill, North Carolina
May 21 The Basement Columbus, Ohio
May 25 House of Blues Cambridge Room Cleveland, Ohio
May 26 Musica Akron, Ohio
Jun 4 Buzz Under The Stars – City Market Kansas City, Missouri
Aug 7 Lollapalooza Grant Park Chicago, Illinois
Massive riffs, noisy guitars and a keen sense of melody push Fever into the hot zone of 2010 rock-metal discs. The British band’s visceral assault bulldozes most of the feeble lyrics, except in the case of power ballad Bittersweet Memories, a valentine that didn’t dodge Bullet’s high-school smarm. — Edna Gundersen, USA TODAY
Spread the Fever! Welsh rock band Bullet For My Valentine return with their third Jive album, Fever, today! “Your Betrayal” the first single and video from the album is currently #1 on the iTunes rock album chart, #13 on the BDS Active Rock Chart and featured on Fuse’s #1 Rock Countdown show. This week Bullet For My Valentine kicks off a national headline tour in Worcester, MA and continue across the country. Tour highlights include New Jersey’s Bamboozle Festival on May 1st and Ohio’s Rock On The Range on May 23rd, joining the band on tour will be Chiodos and Airbourne. Last night Bullet For My Valentine kicked off release week with a secret MySpace show at the Islington Academy in London which was streamed live on myspace.com. On Thursday, April 29th, BFMV will be at Hot Topic in Paramus, NJ for an in store signing with fans. Fever is Bullet For My Valentine’s third album and follows 2008’s Scream Aim Fire. Fever was produced by Don Gilmore (Linkin Park) and recorded in both the band’s native Wales and Los Angeles. Recently, BFMV re-launched their website www.bulletformyvalentine.com where fans can find all things BULLET!
Bullet For My Valentine is running an exclusive only available at Hot Topic. Fans that purchase the new Bullet album Fever from Hot Topic will receive a “unique pin code card” in their CD. Each unique pin code can be redeemed at www.hottopic.com/bulletfever to win cool Bullet prizes. One lucky fan and their guest will win a flyaway to meet Bullet for My Valentine along their fall 2010 tour! Other prizes include 500 signed Bullet posters and 500 Bullet wrist cuffs. Anyone that redeems their pin code is a winner and will receive a complimentary video download of “Your Betrayal.” Visit www.hottopic.com/BulletFever for official rules and complete sweepstakes details. CHECK OUT BFMV ON TOUR!
April 30 Worcester, MA Palladium
May 1 East Rutherford, NJ Bamboozle
May 2 Baltimore, MD Ram’s Head
May 4 Atlanta, GA Tabernacle
May 5 Nashville, TN Rocketown
May 7 Dallas, TX House Of Blues
May 8 Little Rock, AK State Fairground
May 9 Tulsa, OK Diamond
May 11 Phoenix, AZ Marquee
May 12 Las Vegas, NV House of Blues
May 14 Anaheim, CA House of Blues
May 15 San Diego, CA SOMA
May 16 San Francisco, CA Regency Center Ballroom
May18 Salt Lake City, UT Great Salt Lake Air
May 19 Denver, CO Gothic Theater
May 21 St. Louis, MO The Pageant
May 22 Chicago, IL Rivera
May 23 Columbus, OH Rock On The Range
May 25 Milwaukee, WI Eagles Ballroom
May 26 Minneapolis, MN 1st Avenue
May 28 Grand Rapids, MI The Orbit Room
May 29 Noblesville, IN Verizon Wireless Music Center
May 30 Detroit, MI The Fillmore
Test results indicate a setback in Bret Michaels condition a side effect from the brain hemorrhage called hyponatremia a lack of sodium in the body which leads to seizures.
Bret Michaels was the topic of Larry King Live as Donald Trump Jr. and other celebrities weigh in on Michaels condition. Due to the severity of his condition, Bret Michaels continues to remain hospitalized in an intensive care unit at an undisclosed hospital. He remains in critical but stable condition according to his doctors. Last night on Larry King Live Bret Michaels condition was the topic on the show as Donald Trump Jr., Daryl Strawberry, Sanjay Gupta and Carlos Diaz discuss concerns, lasting affects as well Michaels as a person. Donald Trump Jr. stated that “Bret is very likeable guy, down to earth and a solid person.” He stated out of all the people from “Celebrity Apprentice,” I may have had the best kind of off-camera relationship with him over the three years. Trump Jr. also says he is a great father and rocker and concerned for the singer’s health. Strawberry who starred on Celebrity Apprentice with Michaels says he is a good friend on and off camera. He is a hard worker and is a creative force on the show. Without a doubt he lives a crazy lifestyle and he wishes him a speedy recovery. Carlos Diaz who is a Radio Host and Entertainment Correspondent says Michaels is “a star that transcends several generations.” He has reinvented his career, both on “Rock of Love” and “Celebrity Apprentice as well as his music. Dr. Sanjay Gupta is CNN’s chief medical correspondent says a subarachnoid hemorrhage is an aneurysm in one of the blood vessels. He stated about 10 percent of people don’t survive. He obviously survived that. About another quarter of people don’t make it through the first couple of days in the hospital and 30 percent make a full recovery.
Michaels medical workup demonstrated findings of a subarachnoid hemorrhage, a type of stroke that causes bleeding in the fluid-filled spaces around the base of the brain. It presents itself suddenly as the sound of a loud gunshot or thunderclap at the back of the head causing severe cranial pain and muscle spasms. Many people are speculating Michaels head injury suffered from a prop striking the singer at the Tony awards last June is the cause. Additional studies are planned throughout the week to hopefully detect the exact cause of the rupture. Coupled with the fact that Michaels is a lifelong Type 1 diabetic and has recently undergone emergency appendectomy surgery while on tour in San Antonio, he will remain monitored closely by his medical team to make sure no complications occur from the diabetes.
The most common cause of this condition is a spontaneous rupture of a cerebral aneurysm, however 15 to 20 percent of spontaneous episodes of this hemorrhage are found to have no cause. Michaels has undergone a continuous series of tests while in the ICU including angiograms, CT scans, MRI’s and transcranial dopplers (TCD’s). Doctors state Michaels is very lucky as his condition could have been fatal. With further testing and rehabilitation, they are hopeful that Bret will gradually improve as the blood surrounding the brain dissolves and is reabsorbed into his system, which can be a very painful recovery and take several weeks to months. Michaels remains under 24-hour observation in the ICU and is in positive spirits. He is responding well to tests and treatments. Even though today was a minor setback Doctors remain hopeful for a full recovery and plan to release more specific information next Monday.
Thanks for your thoughts, prayers and support!
German true Heavy Metal icons PRIMAL FEAR completed the work on a brand new live DVD named “16.6- All Over The World” recorded in various locations between September and November 2009 and on a live CD aptly titled “Live in the USA“. Frontiers Records will release the two products separately and in a limited edition combo version on June 2nd in Europe and June 22nd in the USA.
“The main part of the DVD was recorded in Switzerland at the Z7, but there is more footage from a headlining show held at the ProgPower festival in Atlanta, USA plus footage from Brazil/Sao Paulo, Tokyo & Osaka/Japan and more places” explains bassist and producer Mat Sinner. “That’s why the DVD is named “16.6 – All Over The World“, while the Live CD is titled “Live In The USA” because the Live CD was recorded in Atlanta, New York and Los Angeles during the last tour that the we did across the ocean”.
The DVD is filled with abundance of extra materials, such as an entire bootleg section with funny moments on the road, some bootleg shots from festivals and other concerts, all Primal Fear latest video clips, plus the making of 16.6 in the recording studio and a brand new interview section about the past, present & future of Primal Fear.
The last tours in support of the band’s last album “16.6 (Before the Devil Knows You’re Dead)” unleashed some of the finest Primal Fear performances since the band formed in 1998: a constant great mix between power, ambition and enthusiasm plus of course great the talent of great players! There is undoubtedly a great value of interesting performances on this CD and DVD package and a great sound.
Concert tracklisting (available on the CD and on the DVD) is: Before The Devil Knows You’re Dead; Under The Radar; Battalions Of Hate; Killbound; Nuclear Fire; Six Times Dead (16.6); Angel In Black; Sign Of Fear; Fighting The Darkness (a. Fighting The Darkness; b. The Darkness; c. Reprise); Riding The Eagle; Final Embrace; Metal Is Forever; Hands Of Time; Seven Seals (DVD only); Chainbreaker.
DVD bonus materials include
- Videoclips: Killbound; Sign Of Fear; Fighting The Darkness; Six Times Dead (16.6); Metal Is Forever.
- The Making Of 16.6 – Before The Devil Knows You’re Dead
- Bootleg Section: episodes & scenes from festivals & tours in Asia, South America, North America, Europe and more!
- Famous last words.
The DVD will be exclusively released on NTSC Region Free video format and the mix will be 2.0 and 5.1 with screen 16:9 and 4:3.
Enjoy the new clip for “Killbound” below:
In related news, PRIMAL FEAR will return to the U.S. & Canada in May/June 2010 for the second part of their “16.6 Over North America” tour, following up their highly successful select dates that took place late summer 2009. Support on the trek will come from LUNA MORTIS, with special guest REDEMPTION on the West Hollywood and Santa Ana shows.
The dates will include a special VIP meet-and-greet ticket which not only gains the ticket holder 60-minute early entry but also includes a very special pre show meet-and-greet and an autographed customized poster. VIP tickets will be limited to 50 per show.
16.6 Over North America – Part 2
May 20 – New York, NY @ Gramercy Theatre
May 21 – Springfield, VA @ Jaxx
May 22 – Allston, MA – Harpers Ferry
May 23 – Quebec City, QC @ Imperial
May 24 – Toronto, ON @ Opera House
May 26 – Cleveland, OH @ Peabody’s
May 27 – Detroit, MI @ Blondie’s
May 28 – Louisville, KY @ Phoenix Hill Tavern
May 29 – Milwaukee, WI @ The Rave
May 30 – St Paul, MN @ Station 4
Jun. 01 – Denver, CO @ Bluebird Theater
Jun. 03 – Seattle, WA @ El Corazon
Jun. 04 – Portland, OR @ Peter’s Room
Jun. 05 – San Francisco, CA @ Slim’s
Jun. 06 – Santa Ana, Ca @ Galaxy Theatre
Jun. 08 – West Hollywood, CA @ House of Blues
Jun. 09 – Mesa, AZ @ U.B.’s
Jun. 10 – Tucson, AZ @ The Rock
Jun. 12 – Houston, TX @ Meridian
Jun. 13 – Austin, TX @ Emo’s
Ralf Scheepers: vocals
Mat Sinner: bass, vocals
Randy Black: drums
Henny Wolter: guitars, vocals
Alex Beyrodt: guitars
Magnus Karlsson, Stefan Liebing: guitars
Pamela Moore: vocals
JON OLIVA – has made quite the mark on the music industry. Since 1978, Jon Oliva has been involved in making music… after all, as you will later find out, Jon Oliva is a man of music. A founding member, along with his late brother Criss Oliva, of the influential and legendary Progressive Metal Band -Savatage. As Jon Oliva will elaborate, later in this interview, Savatage has since been transformed into the ultra world popular – Trans Siberian Orchestra, in which Jon Oliva is most personally proud of.
In the midst of of Jon Oliva’s music career, he has also founded and nurtured his Heavy Metal brainchild known as Jon Oliva’s Pain, with four studio albums released since 2004. Jon Oliva’s Pain has recently released a fourth studio album on AFM Records titled, “Festival”, this very same month on April 13th. Recently, Jon Oliva took the time from his busy schedule to talk to Hard Rock Hideout about his terrific new album and the music he has created and loves. Here’s what Jon Oliva had to say:
HRH: Jon, I can’t stop listening to “Festival”, I’m really hooked! An incredible album you made here!
Jon Oliva: Thank you, “Festival” really is an album that grows on you each time you listen to it.
HRH: As with all of the music you have created or helped to create, it’s always been a listening experience for me. “Festival” continues this trend. How did you prepare your thoughts and ideas for this new and amazing album?
Jon Oliva: There’s a lot of little things in the background. The last album, (“Global Warning”/AFM Records), was an experimental album and I pretty much got that out of my system. I wanted to play guitar, so when we were on tour in Europe, “Festival” was written. We had an amp and a 4-track riding around Europe! I wanted a darker, old school Savatage type album, a back to basics without losing any weird stuff that is heard in the songs.
HRH: “Festival” showcases your musical diversity, all the while maintaining a dark, hard and heavy style. Were there any last second double guessing happening while in the studio?
Jon Oliva: Not really, there was a plan. I was confident when we went in and prepared. “Festival” is different from the last three (John Oliva’s Pain) albums, every musical thing was written and ready to go. There was no searching for parts, no searching for keyboard parts, no stress. This was a very happy album to make.
HRH: The song “Now” has an uncanny Classic Rock feel to me, with a tad of ELO (Electric Light Orchestra) flavor and still it’s Jon Oliva’s Pain. Is that accurate for me to state?
Jon Oliva: Sure! A big influence on me is ELO, I love that band! Back when I was eighteen years old, my bother Criss and I wrote the chorus for this song in grandmas garage. After all those years, I pulled the tape out, wrote a new verse for it, inserted the chorus and this song, “Now”, is the result. “Now” was half written in 1978!
HRH: That’s really cool, the story behind “Now”.
HRH: “Death Rides A Black Horse” gives me goose bumps, such an epic power it delivers. How did this song come about?
Jon Oliva: From a nightmare. Lyrically based on nightmares are all my songs. I saw that guy with the long scythe, it was death coming through the clouds and he had fire in his eyes. What I remember from nightmares I elaborate on it, lyrically. I have nephews in the military and their slogan is this song title, so I thought it was a great name for a song! I wanted to do it for them, adding their slogan as the song title. “Now” and “Lies” are two songs not based on a dream or nightmare though. “Living On The Edge” is about being chased by something I cannot see, all I am seeing is blackness ahead of the lines in the road. The storyteller comes out in me through songs, I just improvise the ending of these nightmares I have.
HRH: It’s amazing and unique, these nightmares you have that eventually become songs.
Jon Oliva: Since I was a kid, I always have nightmares, every night. As a kid, I would watch “Creature Feature” (a Saturday morning/classic horror movie matinee on television) and my mom would warn me, “you’ll have nightmares if you watch this stuff!” My brain is having a party up there and this is what comes out in my sleep!
HRH: Each time I listen to “Festival” I get the perception that there is no slowing down Jon Oliva. How true is my perception?
Jon Oliva: Very true. There is a lot going on in my life. I am creating as much music as I can, while I can still do it. I’m not twenty one anymore and eventually it will all stop. I still have a lot of stuff on tape to pull out and work on. I like to get up and get out there! As I get older, I have acquired a sense of urgency. Trans Siberian Orchestra helps, I get lots of music through them that doesn’t suit John Oliva’s Pain, the Hard Rock and heavy side of Pain. The soft and more tender music I write suits Trans Siberian Orchestra.
HRH: Is there a North American tour on the horizon for Jon Oliva’s Pain?
Jon Oliva: I’m looking at a mid September to late September window, with a few dates in the Northeast and I’m working on setting this up. Washington D.C., Pennsylvania, New Jersey and New York would be the area for these dates. The economy is bad and the drinking age is twenty one. The club scene is killed with the drinking age of twenty one. The clubs lose fifty percent of their business with twenty one being the drinking age.
HRH: I always wonder, how much of a deterrent to alcohol this drinking age of twenty one really is.
Jon Oliva: It’s not a deterrent. When we were young, you would still gather somewhere to drink and play music.
HRH: Yeah, my buddies and I would set up in a remote field in the woods, crank up some Metal and let the keg beer flow!
Jon Oliva: Exactly! That’s what we did.
HRH: Who were your musical influences growing up and even now?
Jon Oliva: The Beatles and ELO. ELO’s music is so melodic. I saw ELO in concert in Florida, sometime in the late 70’s. ELO had this enormous spaceship on stage, it was like going to see Alice Cooper for the first time!
HRH: Was it the “Out Of The Blue” tour?
Jon Oliva: I believe it was. It was around 1977 and 1978.
Jon Oliva: Theater Rock is what I’ve always been into and inspired by. People get bored at a concert without entertainment on stage, you might as well stay home and listen to the album or CD instead. If you are really into ELO, Klaatu is a band you should look into. I’ve always loved this band’s music. They were a Canadian Progressive Rock band. Klaatu is named after a character in the science fiction movie “The Day The Earth Stood Still”.
HRH: Thanks Jon, I’ll have to definitely check out Klaatu.
HRH: Which instrument, that you play, gives you the most satisfaction?
Jon Oliva: The piano. There’s nothing like playing a real piano and singing. The guitar also, it’s a weird combination. I can get real emotion on the keyboards, yet it transposes better on guitar. Still, the touch and feel on a piano is something special.
HRH: Will Trans Siberian Orchestra return with a new Christmas theme in the future?
Jon Oliva: I’m not sure, it’s Paul O’Neill’s decision. Paul has lot’s of projects set up that he wants to get out.
HRH: Jon, you have seen and done it all in the world of music. What moment or moments in your career make you the most proud?
Jon Oliva: Becoming so successful with Trans Siberian Orchestra. Trans Siberian Orchestra is Savatage. We worked very long on Savatage and Trans Siberian Orchestra put a cap on Savatage, it’s all the same people. It was always as if we never could get over the hump, (with Savatage), where Savatage was a big name band, by changing the name to Trans Siberian Orchestra, it broadened the whole thing. Trans Siberian Orchestra was a natural progression to go to, there are no limitations, many musicians and singers are featured while the nucleus of Savatage is there. We have the same writers in Paul O’Neill and myself. The name and versatility of Savatage changed.
Living on peanut butter and jelly sandwiches and trying to survive since 1980, we, (Savatage), would get beaten down and people would stomp on us! Then we got back up for another ten rounds with Mike Tyson and finally delivered that Buster Douglas punch with Trans Siberian Orchestra! Trans Siberian Orchestra is the biggest band, if not, one of the biggest bands in America today, two shows sell out a day! Currently, “Beethoven’s Last Night” is on tour.
HRH: Is music all about life or is life all about music?
Jon Oliva: Music is all about life! Music is personal experiences, desires, dreams, loves and losses. Music is life with a tune!
New York Rocker Queen V has released a new video, “Revolution Baby” in support of her latest CD, Death & Glory that is available through CD Baby. Check out the clip below.
Pete Evick from the Bret Michaels Band sent out the following letter about Bret Michaels:
Hey everyone. Much like Janna, I rarely speak out about Bret other than
my own personal facebook comments. But I wanted to reach out to all of you
and let you know that we who are closest to Bret, are overwhelmed with the
amount of love and well wishes he is receiving. I know that everyone is
waiting for some OFFICIAL news, however we just cant give any right now.
This is a time for family, a time for healing and a time for love. It is
out of respect first and foremost for his precious daughters, their mother
and his immediate family that none of us say anything. The press has a way
of taking information and doing what they want with it. At a critical
time, we who care deepest for him, refuse to offer any information that
can be delivered incorrectly. Imagine if your children or parents read
something even slightly not true about you or your health on the internet.
Its not fun. What I can tell you is that when I was invited into Bret’s
world, over 5 years ago, I was introduced to a new level of strength, and
loyalty. So much that I had to rethink my whole life and how I do things.
I thought I was a hard worker. I didn’t understand that a man
10 years older than me, battling a life long war with Juvenile Diabetes,
more fame than most, and more money than he knows what to do with, could
possibly get up everyday with more drive and passion than myself. I was
wrong! I didn’t understand what it meant to be a loyal friend. The kind
that would do anything you ever needed without even asking why, what, who
or where. Bret is the kind of guy that wakes up everyday and treats it
like it is his first, and may be his last. He is full of passion, energy
and love. But most of all, he is a survivor. Against the odds of a
critical music industry, or battling a crippling disease, over and over
again Bret has come out on top and ahead of the game. I personally expect
nothing less from him in this situation.
With all that being said, all Bret has ever really wanted to give is the
gift of music. All he has ever asked for is the gift of music. We have
been hard at work on the upcoming CUSTOM BUILT record. To keep my own
sanity in this last week, I dove heavy into the music. One of my personal
favorites in a track called WASTED TIME. It is full of pure BRET
MICHAELS emotion and heart. While not the final mix, I took some of the
vocal we have laid down on the bus during the tour and comped
together a piece of NEW MUSIC for you all. I believe all the fans will
agree with me that this teaser is an amazing song. I hope you all use it,
like I have this week, to remind you how amazing my great friend Bret is.
Cheers to all
Much love to Bret
Friend and guitarist for BMB