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  1. Hiya hope you are well and enjoy the site

  2. A very, very, very funny man.Also a very underrated actor. RIP Norman
  3. Bonham rocks with Bonamassa and BCC in NYC ahead of Led Zeppelin Experience Fresh off a brief break from a grueling world tour and recording his next album in Santorini, Greece, Joe Bonamassa was in New York City last week rehearsing with Black Country Communion. The band (Joe Bonamassa, Glenn Hughes, Jason Bonham and Derek Sherinian) also found the time to stop by the Sirius-XM studios to share stories and tracks from their upcoming album on Eddie Trunk’s Boneyard show. Getting all four rock superstars in the same room at the same time is no easy feat, particularly with Jason Bonham gearing up for his highly-anticipated Led Zeppelin Experience in October. Though Black Country Communion’s tour has yet to be announced, Bonham’s 30-date Led Zeppelin Experience kicks off this fall to commemorate the 30th anniversary of his father’s death. Though the full details of the band have not been released, the multi-media experience begins October 8th in British Columbia. Bonamassa is no stranger to the influence of Led Zeppelin (evidenced by his rendition of Zepp’s “Tea for One” from the album You & Me and the immensely crowd-pleasing interpretation of Jimmy Page’s “Dazed and Confused” solo he effortlessly infuses into his live show’s cover of ZZ Top’s “Just Got Paid”), and Black Country Communion’s raw, intricate guitar riffs, hard-driving percussion and high octane vocals bring Zeppelin’s previously-unmatched power and artistry into a new generation. Black Country Communion’s self-titled debut album is out on Sept 21. Eddie Trunk’s show with Black Country Communions airs September 20th 6-10pm ET on Sirius-XM.
  4. Wonderful stuff Sam, thanks for these. :D :D
  5. Thank you for sharing these wonderful pics., they are ab fab.
  6. Great news.Good luck to them for the future
  7. daviebhoy


    GOOD EVENING!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!.Welcome and enjoy yourself :)
  8. The interview will be available on BBC iplayer and is usually around for a week or so after. :)
  9. Well said, I hope it's not just a ploy to force the Tories to accept PR or something.Good to see Brown going though!!!!!!!!
  10. Spain or Italy to win it outright. England to make it to the semis's and go out on penalties(again!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!). At least one team will be a surprise package and I think it might be Ivory Coast.Hope you enjoy it mate and the US should qualify for the second round at least.
  11. Don't know if this has been posted elsewhere,if so apologies but this is a nice interview with Robert and John
  12. "I honestly consider Jimmy Page to be a modern day "Bach" or "Beethoven". That is, Music that will played and enjoyed for generations to come... " I think many years from now this quote will be true.But at the moment Jimmy is still (hopefully) a productive musician and will be for many years.I do agree that he is up there with the best of those who are still around, and has very few peers.
  13. daviebhoy

    Stairway number 1

    Breaking News Led Zep track 'favourite rock song' 51 mins ago Press Assoc. It is supposedly banned in some guitar shops and has become the stuff of cliche, but Led Zeppelin track Stairway To Heaven has been named the UK's favourite rock song. The song, first released in 1971, was one of three Led Zep tracks which made the top 10 in a poll by digital station Absolute Classic Rock. The Who were named runners-up with Won't Get Fooled Again, with their track Baba O'Reilly also notching up sixth position. Stairway To Heaven started life when the band's Jimmy Page and Robert Plant were staying at a remote cottage in Wales, Bron-Yr-Aur, and began to write musical passages. It became a mainstay of the band's live shows, often featuring as a finale, although famously it was never released as a single during the band's lifetime. It was not until 2007 that it charted on download, but its ubiquity among rock fans is renowned, and it became a staple for any budding guitarist. The movie Wayne's World features a scene in a guitar shop where customers are banned from playing the tune. Artists to have covered it have included Rolf Harris and Dolly Parton. Led Zep also made the Absolute Classic Rock listeners' top 10 with Whole Lotta Love at number four and Rock 'n' Roll at seven.
  14. The films are good, but you should read the books and let your own imagination paint the pictures for you.Nothing can compare to your own imagination when Tolkien paints a scene for you.Not an easy read but well worth it.
  15. Saturday 03/04 22.00 GMT BBC Radio 2.Johnny Walker hosts a special to be played on Saturday at the BBC of Paul and Bad Company in concert, should be good. Here is a link to An interview with Paul and Simon Mayo all about the gig. http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b00rs6yc#p007452b Enjoy :D
  16. What a great video the delight on his face at the end.!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
  17. Yes true but isn't it nice when you listen to this and it feels really fresh and very 1960's?
  19. daviebhoy

    Hello there

    Lets not go there mate.The seasons well over :( :(
  20. daviebhoy

    Hello there

    HOOPS(?) As in the hoops?.Welcome m8t hows the chilly north?
  21. Cracking 'photos Conney. Are these all yours? or did you blag them from somewhere Cheers,Daviebhoy
  22. happy ever after

  24. Is Free Music Finished? Posted Wed 10 Feb 2010 4:36PM GMT by Johnny Famethrowa in Touching The Void In recent years, a revolution has taken place in music, allowing fans to hear most of their favourite songs for nothing. However, those days could be numbered after one of the world's biggest record labels announced plans to stop their catalogue being used on free music services. Warner Music's decision means acts like Madonna, Muse, James Blunt, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Green Day, Sean Paul and Metallica will no longer be available on popular music streaming sites. It also throws the future of legal, instant-access streaming services such as Spotify, We7 and Last.fm into jeopardy, as labels look to milk their prized assets for all they're worth. The news was broken by Warner chief executive Edgar Bronfman Jr today. He explained: "Free streaming services are clearly not net positive for the industry and as far as Warner Music is concerned will not be licensed. "The 'get all your music you want for free, and then maybe with a few bells and whistles we can move you to a premium price' strategy is not the kind of approach to business that we will be supporting in the future," he said, in a move which could yet be mirrored by the other big labels - EMI, Universal and Sony BMG. It remains unclear if Warner's decision will see the removal of its catalogue from existing services like Spotify, which has seven million users across Europe and is in negotiations to launch in America. But with the industry still unconvinced it will ever make money this way, the future of free music is clearly under threat. :(
  25. Welcome to the board!!!!!!!!!!! :D :D
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