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Greta Van Fleet

Greta Truck Fleet certainly are a quartet of good-looking millennial men who are out of stage with their period: they’re unapologetic throwbacks towards the golden period of classic rock and roll — specifically, the golden period of Led Zeppelin. Elevated on rock and roll in the Michigan town of Frankenmuth …

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Anderson/Stolt

Anderson/Stolt is a collaborative saving project between ex – Yes vocalist/songwriter Jon Anderson and Bloom Kings/Transatlantic guitarist/composer Roine Stolt. Inside Out Music label employer Thomas Waber instigated the task during 2014’s Progressive Country at Sea Cruise trip, where both Stolt’s Transatlantic and Anderson’s group had been performing. Having always been …

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Ocean

A French progressive rock and roll quartet that had some regional success in the later 1970s and early ’80s, Sea specialized in a heady mixture of stadium-ready hard rock and roll and prog-influenced rock. Founded in 1974 by guitarist Georges Bodossian, who cites Yes’ Stories from Topographic Oceans as the …

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The Mute Gods

English prog rock-band the Mute Gods shaped away of bassist Nick Beggs’ desire with an outlet for his personal writing, and a gathering of like minds while about tour. Beggs experienced early success using the ’80s fresh wave music group Kajagoogoo, most widely known for the strike single “As well …

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Supersonic Blues Machine

Supersonic Blues Machine have the proper execution of the supergroup, but just their drummer, Kenny Aronoff, established fact. The additional two people — bassist/maker Fabrizio Grossi and guitarist/vocalist Lance Lopez — are behind-the-scenes music artists but they’re all united with a like of traditional blues and traditional rock. The second …

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Hollywood Vampires

Back the ’70s, several rock & move carousers called themselves the Hollywood Vampires because they crawled the pubs of LA during the deceased of evening. Alice Cooper was on the forefront, became a member of by Harry Nilsson, John Lennon, Ringo Starr, Keith Moon, and Micky Dolenz — a staff …

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Metal Allegiance

Built round the core band of David Ellefson (Megadeth), Alex Skolnick (Testament), Mike Portnoy (Winery Pups), and primary partner Tag Menghi, all-star steel outfit Metallic Allegiance was formed in 2011 using the purpose to “unite a assortment of hard rock and roll and heavy steel’s perhaps most obviously musicians inside …

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Vespers Nine

A seasoned classic rock and roll device based out of South Florida, Vespers Nine formed in 2012 round the skills of vocalist John Simon, guitarists Wayne Martinez and Jesse Rivas, bassist Gricel Julie Dosal, and drummer George Dosal. Sketching influence from classic arena rock and roll champions like Trip, Foreigner, …

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Bulbous Creation

A Kansas-based rock-band whose music was a downbeat combination of psychedelia and hard rock and roll, Bulbous Creation would need to wait until a long time after they split up to get any acknowledgement outside their house city. Bulbous Creation had been shaped by bassist Jim “Pests” Wines and guitarist, …

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The Blue Jean Committee

Among the leading soft rock and roll acts from the ’70s, the Blue Jean Committee rode the influx from the California audio using its multi-platinum record Catalina Breeze, despite the fact that the music group was based out of Chicago. The Blue Jean Committee was produced by guitarist and lead …

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