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Lee Kerslake Documentary Sees The Light Of Day

April 23, 2023

It’s been more than two years that the great our world. An inimitable drummer and incomparable character, he would always be associated with whose rhythm machine Lee used to drive between 1972 and 1979 and from 1981 to 2007, yet … Continue reading

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JOHN SLOMAN – Two Rivers

July 16, 2022

Red Steel 2022 Fathoming the divergence of his lifeline, venerated and underrated singer delivers his questionably final album. Mostly remembered for his stints with LONE STAR, and Gary Moore, this Welsh warbler’s solo artistry has run in a rather different … Continue reading

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Peter Goalby Opens His Archives Again

March 4, 2022

Given he’s been retired for a few decades now, there’s no chance for a fresh Peter Goalby album, but the former TRAPEZE and frontman decided to surface recently with an array of recordings he laid down back in the ’90s, … Continue reading

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Peter Goalby Releases “Lost” Solo Album

September 18, 2021

Despite his impressive stage presence and a no less impressive pair of pipes, Peter Goalby has always been perceived a secondary singer in famous ensembles the vocalist served in: TRAPEZE and – although, if not for him, the former could … Continue reading

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John Lawton Passed Away

July 6, 2021

It’s difficult to believe but my friend , mostly known as a vocalist with LES HUMPHRIES SINGERS, and LUCIFER’S FRIEND, died on June 29th less than two weeks shy of his 75th anniversary. He was no ordinary man by any … Continue reading

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