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MANNY CHARLTON – Sharp / Sharp Re-Loaded

November 21, 2014

Manny Charlton 2004, 2005 / Angel Air 2014 Former NAZARETH guitarist runs for cover of his personal favorites. Back in days of the band he rose to fame with, it usually was Manny Charlton who injected other people’s songs into … Continue reading

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NAZARETH: last record with Dan McCafferty

March 15, 2014

The latest message from the NAZARETH camp was the news of the band welcoming the second lead singer in their four-decades-plus history. Yet we’ll yet to listen to Linton Osborne‘s voice. Meanwhile, without much ado – and no official statement at all – … Continue reading

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Interview with DAN McCAFFERTY (NAZARETH)

February 3, 2013

April 2006 There are vocalists’ bands, and there are bands where a vocalist can be replaced without ruining a collective soul. Yet there are collectives where it’s not a voice that matters but the voice. Which is the case of … Continue reading

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Interview with PETE AGNEW (NAZARETH)

February 2, 2013

December 2010 If NAZARETH do something, they deliver, and their new album, “Big Dogz”, sounds as bold as anything the band have done in the past. There’s guts, there’s cheek, there’s balls. So let’s have the group’s bassist Pete Agnew … Continue reading

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Interview with PETE AGNEW (NAZARETH)

February 2, 2013

February 2004 Saying, “Scottish rock”, we mean NAZARETH – there’s no better synonym. Fourth decades into their career, the band still rock hard, so one cannot help but think of the Highlander and his immortality. Still, they’re mortals, and it’s … Continue reading

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