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Looks like Rock stars have found a “chat show” circuit, first Suggs, then Francis Rossi (50+ dates!!!),  then Earl Slick and now John Lydon;  though Rick Wakeman seems to be “the gov’nor still.

     

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Let’s make some noise for Locksmiths - the original “key-workers”.

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Add a new name to that list - Saxon’s Biff Byford:-

Apr17 2020 Sage Gateshead
Apr18 2020 Birmingham Town Hall
Apr21 2020 Leeds, City Varieties Music Hall
Apr22 2020 Bath, Komedia
Apr24 2020 Liverpool, Arts Club
Apr28 2020 London, Islington Assembly Hall
Apr29 2020 Hove, The Old Market

     

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If anyone doesn’t recognise the Bruce Kulick entry for May on the Tyne-Tees list:-

Bruce Kulick became a guitar hero when he was asked to join KISS in 1984. As their lead guitarist, Kulick was featured in the band from ’84 till ’96, performing around the world in addition to his recordings and videos with the iconic band. During those years, he earned multiple Platinum and Gold records and video awards. In addition to his years in KISS, he toured or recorded with Meatloaf, Billy Squier, Michael Bolton, Avantasia, Lordi, UNION, and is featured on many other artists projects. Since 2000, Kulick has been the lead guitarist for Grand Funk Railroad, “The American Band”. The current version of Grand Funk is in it’s 20th year of touring. In addition to his appearances at guitar shows and clinics, for the past three years Bruce has been a featured performer on the sold out KISS Kruise.

Shame, I always thought his brother Bob was the better, check out albums by a band called Balance from about 40 years ago….

Anyway, one of 3 shows I think, this evening will be a Q&A talk by Bruce, a one man /one guitar showcase, set from KISS tribute band and a “selected” 25 person meet-n-greet…

     

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