5/29: METAL MELTDOWN IN VEGAS TOMORROW, WEST COAST DATES, SCHENKER, MORE
Headed on the road through the West coast for the next 10 days starting with Vegas tomorrow hosting Metal Meltdown at The Hard Rock with Twisted Sister (first show with Portnoy), Extreme, Skid Row (first time seeing them with Tony) and Great White. If you are attending see you there tomorrow night. I will have shirts for sale at the band merch as well. Then it’s a few days off in Vegas before heading to Portland 6/4 (Bossa Nova Ballroom), Seattle 6/5 (Studio 7) and San Jose 6/6 (Rock Bar) for live shows with Don & Jim (info on home page for all appearances). This marks the end of a crazy 2 months of travel. Still a ton of stuff coming up, but just consistently on the road as I have been has been a first for me to this level. But it’s been great to meet so many of you and I look forward to this West coast run which starts tomorrow in Vegas.
My FM radio show for the weekend premieres tonight as always on Q104.3 NYC and WAAF Boston 11P-2A. Michael Schenker is the guest. Schenker is also my podcast this week. It’s free now on www.podcastone.com or on Itunes. Live SiriusXM shows return 6/8 with Joe Satriani and Punky Meadows among the guests.
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Looking forward to seeing you in Potland Eddie, Jim and Don. I will stump the trunk!!!
Sorry Eddie, but zero sympathy for you supporting the Rangers. You from NJ and should support NJ DEVILS. Just like you support your New Jersey football team The Giants. You don’t support the Bills, which is the only NY football team. So why would you support Rangers over Devils when you support New Jersey football. Get with it dude.
The only real Giants team is in San Francisco, winners of three of the last five World Series. Bow down and kiss the rings.
Go Giants, New York Giants, that is 🙂
Eddie, do you truly believe Michael Schenker when he says he hasn’t listened to music in 43 years? He’s always been an eccentric kind of person, but I find that hard to believe. If it’s true, I feel bad for him because he’s missed out on lot. But at the same time, it’s admirable that he loves what he does so much that he doesn’t need or want any outside influences.