Silent Jay

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  1. I think Billy Joel is one of the last true music geniuses america has to offer, with Bob Dylan.
  2. The Diving Board was excellent though. Oceans Away, My Quicksand and The New Fever Waltz are great songs.
  3. Axl should have went with w.a.r canes and w.a.r wheelchairs.
  4. I'm looking forward to wear a ridiculously overpriced w axl rose pancho.
  5. Stardust (2007). Very surprising and very pleasant to watch.
  6. "I'm so happy to be getting back on the road with Zakk, Blasko, Tommy and Adam," says Ozzy Osbourne. "This is what I do. This is where I belong, on the road." "I'm really looking forward to the hardcore powahlifting training sessions with Ozzy as well as playing music in between sets of heavy squats, benching and deadlifts," Zakk Wylde adds. Read more at
  7. so far. Only one rule, debut album (or EP) and follow ups have to be released this decade. I'm having a hard time to pick five new bands. It seems there is almost zero unique identity to the 2010s. It’s a rehash of the 90s and early 00s!
  8. I'm not sure if I can handle the swag.
  9. Written by Music Feeds on April 26, 2017 Whispers of a new album from Guns N’ Roses‘ reunited lineup have now become, well, screams. A source close to the band has told Music Feeds that the current GNR lineup — that’s Axl Rose, Slash, Duff McKagan, rhythm guitarist Richard Fortus, drummer Frank Ferrer and keyboardists Melissa Reese and Dizzy Reed — have been busy writing new material together while on the road, and have plans to record a brand new album this year. What’s more, despite recently wrapping up their huge Not In This Lifetime world tour, the partly-reunited original GNR lineup have now signalled on more than one occasion that they’re far from over. Case in point: After jetting off from Australia, the band told local fans in no uncertain terms that “they’ll be back” to tour the country again, and Slash has since mysteriously teased that “there’s more to come”.
  10. Earnings And Attendance: Artist: Red Hot Chili Peppers, BABYMETAL & Jack Irons Venue: Atlanta, GA – Philips Arena Date: Apr. 14th, 2017 Gross Sales: $1,225,612 Attendance/Capacity: 13,104 / 13,104 Ticket Prices: $103, $53 Artist: Def Leppard Venue: Montreal, QC – Bell Centre Date: Apr. 10th, 2017 Gross Sales: $754,512 Attendance/Capacity: 9,160 / 10,776 Ticket Prices: $104, $29.45 Artist: Def Leppard Venue: Uncasville, CT – Mohegan Sun Arena Date: Apr. 12th, 2017 Gross Sales: $573,968 Attendance/Capacity: 6,738 / 6,897 Ticket Prices: $129, $89, $59 Artist: Green Day, Against Me! Venue:MGM Grand Garden Las Vegas Date: April 7, 2017 $686,810 11,659 /11,907 $65, $45 Live Nation Arist: Twenty One Pilots, Safia Perth Arena Perth, Australia April 8, 2017 $535,731 9,091 /9,335 $69.69, $62.17 Live Nation Artist: A Perfect Circle & Prayers Venue: Tulsa, OK – BOK Center Date: Apr. 22nd, 2017 Gross Sales: $367,406 Attendance/Capacity: 6,581 / 6,885 Ticket Prices: $82, $46.50 Artist: Bring Me The Horizon, Underoath & Beartooth Venue: Toronto, ON – Ricoh Coliseum Date: Mar. 15th, 2017 Gross Sales: $179,988 Attendance/Capacity: 6,000 / 6,000 Ticket Prices: $51.62, $23.58 Artist: Metallica Mexico City’s Foro Sol March 1, 3 and 5th 197,745/ 65k per show $9.7 million gross The event tops Coldplay’s three-show attendance record set last year by 2,553 tickets.
  11. I've already cited The Winery Dogs who cares their material didn't do much to me at first but I like it now, 3-piece rock band a bit prog, cringy at part but like the old way, and Richie Kotzen is just a monster, he's under the radar and killer musicians are just killer and they wrote a bunch of great songs. Mike Portnoy, Billy Sheehan it's a great band.
  12. Chateau d'Herouville used to be a haunted recording studio in the 70s, Van Gogh was buried there and Chopin once lived in.
  13. Looks very american to me.
  14. I bet it must have cost him a fortune. I'm pretty sure the first Azoff lawsuit, which he kinda lost, cost him bad. Eventually that might be the reason of the 2011 downfall, and certain members not getting paid.
  15. I believe Riad have been settled, I think four years ago. Can't remember where are the documents. - GHIII: Axl alleged he was duped into licensing "Welcome to the Jungle," but his failure to sing to a judge sooner doomed him. During the course of the case, Rose attempted to explain why he hadn't filed a lawsuit right away. "The reason I did not file a lawsuit is because Activision -- through my managers and representatives -- offered me a separate video game and other business proposals worth millions of dollars to resolve and settle my claims relating to GHIII," he said in a deposition. "From December 2007 through November 2010, Activision was offering me a Guns N' Roses-dedicated video game, a game dedicated to music from the Chinese Democracyalbum, and other proposals." Originally, Rose sued for fraud and breach of contract, and in August, the judge struck the fraud claim because of the statute of limitations issue. That ruling came despite arguments by Rose's lawyer that the claims did not accrue until he discovered that "Activision had been intentionally concealing its plans to use [Slash's post-GnR band Velvet Revolver] and Slash in the game all along." - There was also a huge interesting lawsuit against Irving Azoff at the time.
  16. Now that's a sequel.
  17. If necessary, it takes time to load the page and it's boring. If I'm interesting in I can go to youtube in less than five second too. -edit: my thread!
  18. feat. Gary Clarke Jr.
  19. Pres. approval: White evang 78% White Catholic 53% White mainline 50% "Nones" 23% Hisp. Catholic 15% Black Prot 12%