Back from hosting the latest Monsters Of Rock cruise. It was a blast as always. TON of bands, TONS of great fans. Great to meet you all. There were many bands I didn’t get to see due to my schedule and all the overlapping, but from what I did see Tesla, Michael Monroe, Saigon Kick, Steve Vai, Extreme and Y&T all sounded amazing. If you’ve never been on one of these cruises you might not understand how hard it is to see it all. There were many friends in bands that I never even got to say hi to in the 4 days that blew by. And of course there is no phone or text. I also want to thank Sebastian Bach who turned in a great set and thanked me from the stage and played Breakin Down from Subhuman Race for me two nights in a row. Bas and I go way back and it was very cool. Way too much to cover here. More when I have time and on the podcast next Thursday.

I am staying in S FL this weekend. Hosting Queensryche & Dokken tomorrow night at the Pompano Amphitheater. I will be selling and signing both of my books on site as well. Tickets at the door till showtime and it starts at 7:30 sharp with Dokken. I may jump up and do a little Stump at 7:15…

This Tuesday I am hosting another cruise called Lebrewski. Not a metal cruise but a rock cruise on a great ship. I hope you were able to use the link on this site and jump on. It is an amazing free opportunity for a vacation and a way to say thanks to you guys for all the support. Hit the link on the banner and the cruise will let you know if cabins remain.

Busy playing catch up from being away. More soon.

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  1. Just saw Tesla at the House of Blues in Myrtle Beach, SC, and they were absolutely on-point with their songs. I’m not exaggerating when I say their performance was perfect. Even my wife who was not a Tesla fan said that she had tremendous respect for them as a band, and is now a fan! I will say, though, I wish they had played at least one song from “Simplicity.” That album is sooo good. Eddie, why don’t these bands play their new music live? Why do they think we as fans don’t want to hear the new stuff, too with the hits? When you see Tesla the next time, tell them “Flip Side,” “So Divine,” and at least three other songs from “Simplicity” will fit in their set just fine.

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