Thursday, May 28, 2020

Greatest Hits Live (2011-2020)

These are trying times. Parts of the world are starting to emerge from lockdown, but life is still far from normal. It's going to take a long time before we are able to go back to who we were. In fact, I don't think we ever will.

This page has been largely inactive for almost three months, and will remain so until concerts resume. When will that be? It seems increasingly unlikely that large gatherings can be held any time soon, but who knows? Some postponed events have already been rescheduled.

We had quite a lot of concerts lined up by Aerosmith, Guns N'Roses, Rose Tattoo, Mötley Crüe, Def Leppard, Poison, Sparks, Iron Maiden, Tarja Turunen, Samantha Fish, Hollywood Vampires, Walter Trout and many more... Hopefully these will happen at some point. What is the concert experience going to be like when they do? What is the infamous "new normal" going to look like?



So until life begins again, until we are able to go to a club or an arena and rock out to our favorite band, until we can have savour a libation with our friends, enjoy this gallery of some of our favourite concert shots from the past decade or so. Artefacts from a time when we took simple things like leaving the house for granted.

Click on the captions to access the full concert gallery and accompanying review. 

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Saturday, May 16, 2020

Friday's Saturday's Playlist: Ronnie James Dio


Hard to believe it's been ten years since Ronnie James Dio passed away. Even harder to believe the man would be pushing eighty had he not failed to kill the dragon.

In his honour we have compiled a massive chronological playlist of some of his biggest accomplishments. Clocking it a several hours, it's a retrospective of his stints in Elf, RainbowBlack Sabbath, his own band Dio and Heaven & Hell.