Interview- Craig Goldy

Craig Goldy

Interview
Craig Goldy
Resurrection Kings
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By: Joseph Suto
January 2016

 

 

 

Guitarist Craig Goldy is back with an all new project called Resurrection Kings. The band is comprised of vocalist Chas West (Bonham. Lynch Mob, Tribe of Gypsies), bassist Sean McNabb (Great White, Dokken, Quiet Riot) and drummer Vinny Appice (Black Sabbath, Dio). The album was produced by Alessandro Del Vecchio who has worked with Revolution Saints, Hardline and Rated X. We had the chance to catch up with Craig and discuss his latest venture. Continue reading

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Interview- Todd Rundgren’s Tour Director Mary Lou Arnold

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Interview
Mary Lou Arnold
Todd Rundgren’s Tour Director
By: Thom Jennings

 

Over the years, Mary Lou Arnold has been constant presence in the Todd Rundgren fandom. If you have ever met her, you will be struck by what can only be described as her beautiful spirit. Along with her husband, Jesse Gress, Mary Lou is always willing to talk with Todd fans. Mary Lou has always been generous in honoring my media requests, and when I was thinking about someone that I would like to interview for ToddFan magazine, she was at the top of my list. The result is a tender narrative about many of the things Mary Lou loves, her daughter, singing, Todd, and her husband Jesse. Continue reading

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CD Review- Dan Eaton Band

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Dan Eaton Band
Another Storm
2016
By: Thom Jennings

 

Dan Eaton is best known for his popular “Cooking at Home” segment on cable television news stations all across the northeast. Eaton’s recipes, like his music, combine fairly simple ingredients but deliver a complex flavor. Continue reading

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Remembering Some Heroes

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By Joseph Suto

 

 

It has been a rough week for the world of rock ‘n’ roll and that is putting it mildly. Not only have we lost some extremely well-known, well respected and well decorated musicians, we lost some of our heroes.

The recent deaths of David Bowie and Glenn Frey have many shaking their heads and wondering who’s next? Continue reading

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70’s Stars Gone In Their Sixties

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By Thom Jennings

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It has been a tragic time for for the music industry as the list of prominent musicians that have died continues to grow. If you came of age in the 1970s or early 1980s, you have witnessed four prominent classic rock artists die in their sixties, in the last seven months, even as many of their peers are still actively touring. Continue reading

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Bret Michaels Kicks off 2016 In Verona

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Bret Michaels
Turning Stone Event Center
Verona, NY
Saturday January 2, 2016
Review/Photos: Joseph Suto

 

2016 started off with a bang and who better to kick off the new year than Bret Michaels? Michaels and his band seemed to still be in celebratory form from New Year’s Eve and delivered a 70-minute set full of high energy. The Turning Stone Events Center in Verona, NY was the site of our first show of the new year. Continue reading

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