Tag Archives: Uriah Heep

BERNIE SHAW & DALE COLLINS – Too Much Information

December 27, 2019

The Right Honourable 2019 warbler and his guitar-slinging compatriot finish what they started two decades earlier and venture into the future. In the 33 years of ‘s fronting a British hard rock institution his voice has rarely been heard outside … Continue reading

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Interview with Lee Kerslake

November 22, 2019

It’s impossible not to love Lee Kerslake, this big-hearted bear of a man, and it’s impossible not to respect him – not only for the parts that made best albums by , with whom Lee served more than three decades, … Continue reading

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Interview with LEE KERSLAKE

November 22, 2019

November 2019 It’s impossible not to love Lee Kerslake, this big-hearted bear of a man, and it’s impossible not to respect him – not only for the parts that made best albums by , with whom Lee served more than … Continue reading

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URIAH HEEP – Raging Through The Silence

November 8, 2017

Fotodisk 1989 / Uriah Heep 2017 Emerging out of fallow years with a mighty roar, British lions prepare for a new ascension. “Raging Through The Silence”: it was a very apt title for this video, documenting ‘s homecoming concert. The … Continue reading

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JOHN SLOMAN – Don’t Try This At Home

October 2, 2016

John Sloman 2016 Doomsday blues as a soundtrack of our lives from former poster boy of classic hard rock. Long gone are the times when he was delivering romance and drama at the frontline of LONE STAR, and Gary Moore’s … Continue reading

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