Discussion in 'The Sound Hound Lounge' started by ski_fast, Feb 8, 2012.
Nothing to see here...move along.
Hope they play some of the psychedelic NAZZ tunes.
Looks like a rocking line-up to me.
I can't access that link. Can't people just copy/paste stuff here?
It would be worth seeing just to see Greg Rolie. The guy was the most talented guy in both Santana and Journey.
Nice to know that some of the rock guys are still alive and in good enough shape to perform.
nice line up, three drummers? Riveira, Starky and Bissonette?
Looks like a great lineup to me... But...
Isn't being chosen for the All Starr band an indicator that you've jumped the shark?
Looks like some heavy hitters to me!
Seeing Luke and Todd trading riffs will be worth the price of admission to me.
And Mark Rivera plays just about everything.
Seems like I heard Mr Starr say one one of the late night shows that he often comes out from behind the drums and fronts.
I saw him a couple times in the last few years and the chops and the voice are very strong and rockin.
Now, see^there,...that's sounds good.
Shame Billy Squier isn't on this tour. He would've fit nicely with Luke & TR
I went to grade school with Richard Page (one of the singers). He was in Mister Mister (another Phoenix band that moved to Los Angeles to get famous).
unfortunate (not up to previous standards imo)....
I saw him in 1997 with Peter Frampton, Gary Brooker, Jack Bruce, and Simon Kirke.
Still one of the best shows I've been too.
Luke and Greg Bissonette make it worth the price of admission for me.
Also, I've been fortunate enough to play with Steve Dudas (guitarist on the "2012" record) on a few occasions, and he's a bad motherf*@#er.
I'm definitely checking this out when it comes to Ontario. Can't wait to hear Luke and Rundgren.