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David T. Chastain

Although guitarists such as for example Steve Vai, Joe Satriani, and Yngwie Malmsteen received the lion’s share of publicity and industrial success through the heyday of “guitar shredders” back the ’80s, David T. Chastain continues to be slugging it out for as long, however never achieved exactly the same level …

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Eric Singer

Although drummer Eric Singer was an associate of Kiss for just a few years, he was present for the band’s essential early-’90s refocused period, once the group arranged their sites on learning to be a true rock force once again. Given birth to Eric Messinger on, may 12, 1958 in …

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Jackyl

Boogie rockers Jackyl were instantly lumped in to the locks metallic category upon their debut in 1992, but their audio was only vaguely similar to the genre. Still, this label trapped with them following the audio became un-hip and their noisy rock and roll & move was largely disregarded with …

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Badlands

Led by former Ozzy Osbourne guitarist Jake E. Lee and one-time Dark Sabbath vocalist Ray Gillen, Badlands was perhaps one of the most talented rings to spring in the fertile hair music group scene from the past due ’80s. Unlike the majority of their flamboyant peers, nevertheless, the group chosen …

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Red Dragon Cartel

Produced in 2013, Crimson Dragon Cartel may be the brainchild of guitar legend Jake E. Lee, most widely known as the axe slinger who helped a post-Randy Rhoads Ozzy Osbourne rating two of his most commercially effective produces in Bark on the Moon (1983) and Best Sin (1986). Documented on …

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Child’s Play

Not to end up being confused using the Child’s Play that recorded an LP titled THAT IS Skoolies in 1979, this Child’s Play is a long-haired hard rock and roll/heavy metal device that enjoyed a little following around the Baltimore rock and roll circuit in the 1980s and ’90s. The …

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Jake E. Lee

He might have appeared on just a set of albums with Ozzy Osbourne, but guitarist Jake E. Lee helped Osbourne rating two of the very most commercially successful produces of his lengthy and illustrious profession. Given birth to Jake Lou Williams on Feb 15, 1957, to American and Japanese parents, …

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Moxy

Buddy Caine, Hype Sherman, Costs Wade, Earl Johnson and Terry Juric founded Moxy within the middle-’70s. The hard rock-band released two albums both in 1976 and 1977 (Moxy, Moxy II, Consider It or Keep It and Ridin’ High). After Hype Sherman died within a motorcycle incident, the band documented A …

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Living Loud

A supergroup whose people have used everyone from INXS to Deep Crimson, Living Loud came together in 2003 when bassist Bob Daisley and drummer Lee Kerslake made a decision to relive some hard rock and roll memories. Both wished to re-create the music that they had helped compose and play …

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Ray Gillen

Although vocalist Ray Gillen 1st hit the music picture via rock legends Dark Sabbath, he was even more of a blues-rock singer (? la Robert Vegetable, Paul Rodgers, Steve Marriott), as evidenced by his use Badlands. Born Might 12, 1961, in Cliffside Recreation area, NJ, Gillen started singing in rings …

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