(SHOW STARTS AT 9:10)
|2.||For Whom the Bell Tolls|
|3.||Sad But True|
|4.||Welcome Home (Sanitarium)|
|5.||Master of Puppets|
|8.||Nothing Else Matters|
|10.||Seek & Destroy|
The audience consisted of about 120 scientists and contest winners, and because of the “fragile environment”, the music couldn’t be amplified in the traditional sense. Instead, amplifiers were enclosed in isolation cabinets, and the crowd had to listen though HEADPHONES.
Here’s Joe Satriani joining in with Sammy Hagar, Neal Schon, and the surviving members of Montrose up in San Francisco lat year to rock out on Bad Motor Scooter. The full DVD of the Concert for Ronnie Montrose — A Celebration of His Life in Music is now available at www.ronniemontrose.com
Or do you just wish you were? If you were at the US Festival any of the 3 days 30 years ago, you may even remember some of it! If not, you probably know someone who was there, I mean it is right there where the 15 and 215 meet in Devore. So, finally, and just in time for the Holiday shopping crush, they are releasing a couple of hours of footage from the event on a new DVD. So listen for your your chance to win one as a KCAL Stocking Stuffer for Santa’s Huge Package over the next couple of weeks, or hit the link and buy one, and look for yourself in that crowd of a few hundred thousand people back in the day! Here’s U2 rolling through Sunday Bloody Sunday
This guy with the huge dreadlocks did, in exchange for playing his request live at a show in Spokane! Wonder how many years he had let the grow out? Great video quality on this on, enjoy!
Maybe this guys should join Bon Jovi?
Get ready for some never before seen footage and a great documentary about the legendary Jimi Hendrix. “Here My Train Comin’” premieres tonight on American Masters on PBS.
The Foo Fighters are back. Working on a new album, and heading down to Mexico!
If you saw the show in Ontario last year, you know you’re in again! If not, don’t miss this incredible show that’ll get your Holiday season going in a big way on Friday, November 29th.
Tickets are on sale now!
I went to see Helmet last Saturday and they rocked. The only thing that sucked is they did not play my favorite song Unsung. Have you ever been to a show where they didn’t play your favorite?
Here are some of the isolated vocal tracks from some legendary rocks. That Robert Plant vocal track on Ramble On is pretty amazing (starts around :25 in). Here are a few more for you to check out: