Tag Archives: classic rock

Bad Touch Reaching for the Sky

Bad Touch have some heavy duty business to take care of over the next few months, an 18 date headline tour, the release of their third studio album with Shake A Leg, and their latest single ‘Skyman’ out now on Marshall Records. A wonderfully rowdy hook-laden rocking strut that you can sing and dance along to, you are advised to ...

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Steve Hackett  Announces Limited Edition 6 CD/2 DVD Collection

Legendary guitarist Steve Hackett has announced the release of a special six CD & two DVD collection titled Broken Skies – Outspread Wings (1984-2006) due for release on the 5th October 2018 through InsideOutMusic. Commenting on the forthcoming release Hackett said: “I’m excited to announce the release of a special bumper retrospective 1984 – 2006 box set. This will include ...

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Bonamassa Announces Royal Albert Hall Concerts

Joe Bonamassa will return to London’s legendary Royal Albert Hall in April 2019. The three concerts follow news that the blues rock guitarist’s new studio album Redemption will be released on Friday 21st September through the Provogue/Mascot Label Group in Europe, ahead of his October dates in the UK, as previously revealed at Ramzine here. The Royal Albert Hall shows will feature Bonamassa performing alongside ...

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Merryweather Stark – Carved In Rock

Merryweather Stark is the uniting of Canadian bassist/vocalist Neil Merryweather and Swedish guitarist Janne Stark.  The pair having nearly one hundred combined years in the music industry playing with an assortment of diverse artists. With Carved in Rock, their debut album from GMR Music, they deliver a no-frills, straightforward slab of 70s influenced hard rock. Merryweather has a long career ...

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Kingdom Come Celebrates 30 Year anniversary

Kingdom Come will mark the 30th anniversary of the release of their eponymous hit debut album by putting in a series of live appearances. The band will feature James Kottak (who went on to drum for The Scorpions) along with fellow original guitarists Danny Stag, Rick Steier and bass player Johnny B. Frank. While original singer Lenny Wolf declined to participate ...

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Martin Barre Goes Down Roads Less Travelled

Martin Barre, best-known as guitarist in Jethro Tull – releases his new solo album Roads Less Travelled through Garage Records on 31st August 2018. Having developed his own distinctive style within the framework of Jethro Tull, Barre’s instantly recognisable and original sound prove the foundation for the record, with Roads Less Travelled said to reflect the last 50 years of his ...

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Martin Turner’s Autumn Tour

Martin Turner and his band returns to UK stages for the second leg of his Vintage Years Tour, wherein he will be performing 1970’s iconic Wishbone Ash debut album in its entirety. Back in 1969, bass player/vocalist Martin Turner and drummer Steve Upton moved up to London and were joined by the guitarists Ted Turner and Andy Powell to form ...

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Dan Reed Network Tour Teaser 

Following recent news at Ramzine that Dan Reed Network will be touring major cities across the UK in support of their forthcoming new album Origins, is the update of an added date for Bristol at the Fleece on Tuesday 18th November, alongside the release of a new tour teaser video. You can watch the video below, get tickets by clicking here, and read more news ...

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Kee Marcello Measures up UK Tour

Swedish guitarist and vocalist Kee Marcello – best known for his time with multi-platinum selling rock band Europe – has announced a six date UK tour for this October. The tour comes in support of Scaling Up, Marcello’s fifth solo album available now on the Frontiers srl label. Hardened Europe fans will be aware the band used Le Baron Boys ...

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DRN’s Origins Tour

Dan Reed Network will be headlining a UK tour across through major cities this November in support of their impending and rather unique new album, Origins. “We wanted to explore the opportunity to make our own decisions and taking ownership of our material, our trajectory and ultimately our love of creating music and entertaining those who support it,” said Dan Reed. “The ...

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