Posts Tagged ‘alice Cooper’

Slashing Steel With Mr. Sawbladehead

Jordan Raiff:  First and foremost, thanks for taking the time to sit down with us here at Rocket Sports and Entertainment Network Shawn. With ‘Blood, Sweat and Steel’ coming out, making new pieces of art, and drumming for Nova. Rex I know you’ve got a lot on your plate, so I really appreciate your time man. […]

Spending the Night With Alice Cooper

Not many musicians reach Rock Star status, and even fewer reach the level of “Legend.”  But Vincent Furnier has done just that.  Some may recognize the musician’s birth name, but most will know him by his stage name and original band’s name, Alice Cooper. He is the creator of a genre and at 68 years […]

Avatar Flies in Pinellas Park

  There are bands and musicians and there are bands with Rock Stars. On Sunday at England Brothers Park in St. Petersburg, the fans weathered the elements and witnessed the later. Avatar from Gothenberg, Sweden took the small band shell stage and dominated the lineup that included 7 bands headlined by P.O.D. and Hell Yeah. […]

Yes, There are Ghost(s) in Ybor City

On Sunday night in Tampa, Ghost, (formerly known as Ghost B.C. in the US), performed at the Ritz in historic Ybor City during the North American and European “Black to the Future” Tour. It was the perfect collaboration of venue and artist, as The Ritz has a gothic mystique all its own and has been […]

A Motley Kinda Meet-and-Greet

“All Bad Things Must Come To An End” – Motley Crue’s final tour with very special guest Alice Cooper – American Airlines Arena, Miami Florida- September 2nd, 2015 (Images by Frank Colucci & Jennifer Devereaux) I’d like to start off by saying just how big of a Motley fan that I am. I can remember […]

Rockin’ Ruth Eckerd Hall with Whitesnake

Whitesnake came to Ruth Eckerd Hall in Clearwater on a beautiful Thursday night in support of its recent release, Purple. You may ask yourself, why would a band name an album Purple? Well the answer for that would be fairly simple as Purple contains songs from the time that Whitesnake’s lead singer, David Coverdale, spent […]

Playing Ball

Playing Ball

  There are a lot of new bands in the rock/hard rock genre, but there are only a few that are establishing themselves as contenders with staying power. Pop Evil is one of these few. Non-stop recording and touring for the last ten years, Pop Evil has been playing all the latest rock festivals and […]