Tag Archives: Marco Minnemann

THE ARISTOCRATS Go South

April 23, 2015

As it was reported , THE ARISTOCRATS are ready for an early summer release of their third studio work, “Tres Caballeros,” which takes their filigree playing and exquisite humor to a new level. Recorded in the legendary Sunset Studios last February, the album … Continue reading

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THE ARISTOCRATS Onto An Album And A Tour

March 23, 2015

As we before THE ARISTOCRATS – guitarist Guthrie Govan, drummer Marco Minnemann and bassist Bryan Beller – plan a new record for 2015, their third studio one, a sequel to the fantastic concert set . Now, they unveiled the album’s title that has … Continue reading

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THE ARISTOCRATS – Culture Clash Live!

January 30, 2015

Boing! 2015 Around the world and back again, most noble jazz-metallers report from the road. Fusion is supposed to be fascinating, it’s not fashioned to be fun, but say so to this hairy bunch, and they will flick another “f”-word … Continue reading

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THE ARISTOCRATS: a new tour diary

January 19, 2015

THE ARISTOCRATS are one of the most, if not the most, exciting instrumental trios around – they’ve been that ever since the band’s formation back in 2011. Also they’re one of the longest-serving supergroups of today, when similar gatherings of well-known … Continue reading

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Marco Minnemann: deep with “Eeps”

July 1, 2014

Marco Minnemann is one of the most outstanding drummers on the wrong side of truly famous, yet the man doesn’t get the recognition he deserves, despite having played with the best of hard rockers such as Tony MacAlpine and proggers … Continue reading

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