METAL FOR HIRE Website Launches With Roster of Musicians For Hire

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The newly launched METAL FOR HIRE website (www.MetalForHire.com) assists in locating and hiring metal musicians. 

METAL FOR HIRE’s growing roster of metal musicians and artists gives  users the ability to hire these professionals. 

METAL FOR HIRE’s current roster:

Glen Drover (Session Guitar) MEGADETH, KING DIAMOND, TESTAMENT
Doc Coyle (Session Guitars) GOD FORBID, LAMB OF GOD, TRIVIUM

Jason Bittner (Session Drums) SHADOWS FALL, FLOTSAM AND JETSAM, ANTHRAX

Ralph Santolla (Session Guitars) DEICIDE, DEATH, OBITUARY

Bjorn “Speed” Strid (Session Vocals) SOILWORK, DEMON HUNTER, SONIC SYNDICATE

John Gallagher (Session Bass) RAVEN

Dirk Verbeuren (Session Drums) SOILWORK, DEVIN TOWNSEND, JEFF LOOMIS

Jon Howard (Session Vocals) THREAT SIGNAL, ARKAEA, I LEGION

Chris “Zeuss” Harris (Producer) ROB ZOMBIE, QUEENSRYCHE, ALL THAT REMAINS

Francesco Artusato (Session Guitars) DEVIL YOU KNOW, ALL SHALL PERISH

DJ Heavygrinder (Remixing)

Ben Schigel (Producer) CHIMAIRA, DROWNING POOL, MISERY SIGNALS

Chris Clancy – (Session Vocals) WEARING SCARS, MUTINY WITHIN, I LEGION

Hannah Verbeuren  (Photographer) SOILWORK, ROLLING STONE, DECIBEL, REVOLVER

Sebastian Reichl  (Session Guitars) DEADLOCK, I LEGION

Samus Paulicelli (Session Drums) DECREPIT BIRTH, ABIGAIL WILLIAMS, ARSIS, GOATWHORE

Tommy Jones (Videographer) SLAYER, LAMB OF GOD, TESTAMENT, KATAKLYSM

  
http://www.MetalForHire.com

http://www.facebook.com/MetalForHire

http://www.twitter.com/MetalForHire

BONZO BASH AND RANDY RHOADS REMEMBERED MINI TOUR ON THE EAST COAST IN MAY 2015 – Huge Update

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Randy Rhoads Remembered and Bonzo Bash return to the East Coast

May 28, 2015 – Randy Rhoads Remembered in Cranston, Rhoads Island

May 29, 2015 – Randy Rhoads Remembered in Englewood, New Jersey

May 30, 2015 – Bonzo Bash in Englewood, New Jersey

May 31, 2015 –Randy Rhoads Remembered and Bonzo Bash (2 in 1 show) in Asbury Park, New Jersey

A mini East Coast tour, consisting of two different rock n roll shows celebrating the short lived lives of two rock legends – John Bonham of Led Zeppelin and Randy Rhoads of Ozzy Osbourne takes place starting May 28th in Cranston Rhode Island with Randy Rhoads Remembered, a celebration of legendary Ozzy Osbourne guitarist Randy Rhoads.

Randy Rhoads Remembered will then take the madness down I-95 to the NJ Bergan Pac on Friday May 29th, and then to the world famous Stone Pony in Asbury Park on May 31st (as a combo show with Bonzo Bash). Accompanying each “Guitar God” onstage will be house band, The Madmen.
The following artists have been confirmed as participants in Randy Rhoads Remembered:

Kathy Rhoads D’Argenzio

Dewey Bragg (Kill Devil Hill / Moth)

Chris Caffery (Trans-Siberian Orchestra / Savatage)

Metal Mike Chlasciak (Halford)
Michael Devin (Whitesnake)

Stephen LeBlanc (Jason Bonham’s Led Zeppelin Experience)

Marzi Montazeri (Philip H. Anselmo / Heavy As Texas)

Mike Orlando (Adrenaline Mob)

Phil Soussan (Ozzy Osbourne / Billy Idol)

Ron “Bumblefoot” Thal (Guns N’ Roses)

Brian Tichy (RRR Creator / Whitesnake / Ozzy Osbourne)

Mike Tichy (Jim Breuer)

Jeff Watson (Night Ranger)

Chas West (Jake E. Lee’s Red Dragon Cartel / Bonham)

Phil X (Bon Jovi / The Drills)

The Madmen are: Dewey Bragg (Kill Devil Hill / Moth), Stephen LeBlanc (Jason Bonham’s Led Zeppelin Experience), Kelle Rhoads (Family Ambassador), Phil Soussan (Ozzy Osbourne / Billy Idol), Brian Tichy (RRR Creator / Whitesnake / Ozzy Osbourne), ChaS West (Jake E. Lee’s Red Dragon Cartel / Bonham)

Saturday, May 30th kicks off with the Bonzo celebrations at the NJ Bergen PAC in Englewood NJ.

The show highlights the industry’s top drummers playing their favorite Led Zeppelin tunes. Bonham played Ludwig drums his whole career and his name is synonymous with Ludwig.

The celebration continues on Sunday May 31st at the Stone Pony in Asbury Park and is combined with a Randy Rhoads Remembered show.

Accompanying each drummer on stage will be our house band, The Moby Dicks.

​The following artists have been confirmed to participate in this year’s Bonzo Bash:
Rob Affuso (Skid Row / Four By Fate)

Zack Alford (Bob Dylan / Bruce Springsteen / David Bowie)

Anthony Baker (Chubby Checker)

Will Calhoun (Living Colour)

Anthony Citrinite (Owner & Director of Drummers Collective / Boston / The SmashUp)

Frank Ferrer (Guns N’ Roses)

Joe Franco (Good Rats / Dee Snider Band)

Jerry Gaskill (King’s X)

Daniel Glass (Brian Setzer Orchestra / Royal Crown Revue)

John Hummel (Lady Gaga / Matt O’Ree)

Johnny Kelly (Type O Negative / Kill Devil Hill)

Lucky Lehrer (Circle Jerks / Bad Religion / Darby Crash Band)

Ron Lipnicki (Overkill)

Richie Monica (Vinnie Moore / Tantric)

Billy Orrico (Far Cry)

Bob Pantella (Monster Magnet / Atomic Bitchwax)

Rich Redmond (Jason Aldean)

Danny Schuler (Biohazzard)

Chad Szeliga (Adrenaline Mob / Black Label Society / Scott Stapp)

Brian Tichy (Bonzo Bash Creator / Whitesnake / Foreigner / Billy Idol)

Karl Wilcox (Diamond Head)

Special Guests – Adrenaline Mob (Mike Orlando, Russell Allen, Erik Leonhard, and Chad Szeliga) and Mule Kick (Rob Bailey, Rob Clores, Frank Ferrer)
The Moby Dicks are: Michael Devin (Whitesnake), Stephen LeBlanc (Jason Bonham’s Led Zeppelin Exp.), Brian Tichy (Whitesnake / Foreigner / Ozzy Osbourne / Billy Idol), Chas West (Bonham), Brent Woods (Vince Neil / Sebastian Bach).

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Randy Rhoads Remembered Tickets: 5.28.2015, 5.29.2015 and 5.31.2015



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Great Lefty: Live Forever! Tribute to Tony Iommi Godfather of Metal

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Great Lefty: Live Forever! Tribute to Tony Iommi Godfather of Metal
by  Paul Donahue Jr
There are quite a few tribute bands playing just about everywhere and all the time these days.  It’s really becoming larger and larger, but don’t be fooled.   There is as much dedication needed to be in a successful tribute band as there is in being in an original band.  In order to be in a tribute band, there needs to be a real fire inside of you. it’s an obsession of sorts. Try listening to the same song a few times a day for the next 30 years.  Every time you listen to that song, you listen intensely for that one little guitar part or that one vocal scream and it’s still just as amazing to you as the first time you heard the song, then you can begin to understand the level of dedication and commitment these musicians have put in.

Imagine loving a band and their music so much that all you want to do is play it and over.  Then, one day, you get a shot to really show just how much you love the music by going into the studio and recording your best version of your bands best track in honor of your heroes. 
   
For “Great Lefty”, these aren’t your average tribute bands on this CD collection — these are the Best of the Best in Black Sabbath tribute bands brought together from all the corners of the world. 

Produced by Damon Elliot, Michael Politz and Mike Exeter with musicians ranging from friends, fans and well-known artists – all in tribute to Tony Iommi. 

The level of production shows that they were all business in the studio, but you can also feel the friendship and camaraderie by the way they had fun with their own interpretation of these great songs.   And all of the bands donated the tracks to the CD and all profits are going to Macmillan Cancer Support, which shows true “Tribute” in honor of Tony Iommi in his first ever dedication.
  
Black Sabbath has been in my top 3 of all time since I was 12. My mom bought me my first tape “We Sold Our Souls for Rock and Roll” and it’s been “game-on” ever since.   I know and love all of these songs very well. Listening to this release was refreshing and prodigious.   For me, Never Say Die was the best track of all, then Heaven and Hell.  And I really liked Orchid, too.  If you love the Great Black Sabbath, go get this Great CD.
It’s for a Great cause, put together by Great musicians for…  The Great Lefty.
 DISC 1:
01 DARIO MOLLO FEAT. MARK BOALS – NEVER SAY DIE
02 MANIAC RISE – TIME IS MINE
03 KYLE COUSINS – HEAVEN AND HELL
04 MARIO PARGA – SCARLET PIMPERNEL
05 CHILDREN OF THE GRAVY – SABBATH BLOODY SABBATH
06 IRONLUNG FEAT. WIZARD OF OZZ – ELECTRIC FUNERAL
07 TANZAN MUSIC ACADEMY – NEON KNIGHTS
08 NICK DIDKOVSKY – ORCHID
09 DARKING – LAW MAKER
10 INTO THE VOID – LONER
DISC 2:
01 REKUIEM – PARANOID
02 PLACE OF SKULLS FEAT. VICTOR GRIFFIN – YOU WON’T CHANGE ME
03 BLACK SABBATH DIO TRIBUTE CZ – I
04 PHIL JAKES – BEHIND THE WALL OF SLEEP
05 GIUNTINI FEAT. TONY MARTIN – ANNO MUNDI
06 TONY REED – LIVE FOREVER
07 KILL VAN KULL – NO STRANGER TO LOVE
08 APLANADORA FEAT. SANTIAGO CABAKIAN – HOLE IN THE SKY
09 BLOOD SABBATH – SNOWBLIND
10 PHENOMENA – THE WIZARD
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Producer: Mike Exeter
Executive producer: David Rosalsky, Ben Fahl
Cover image: kind donation Scott Legato, courtesy Behind The Barricade LLC Mastering: Daniele Mandelli at LABEL: Tanzan Music   Tanzan Music Recording Studio
Artwork: Tanzan Music Graphic Design
Operating Team: Dave Davis, Lorraine Parker, Johnny Patterson II, Chris Scrivo, Rosie Iommifan Piergiorgi

  

RUDY SARZO of GUNZO interviewed by Paul Donahue Jr. May, 2015

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Interview by Paul Donahue Jr:
It still boggles my mind that I actually had a conversation with Rudy.   We talked for almost an hour:  touching on his influences, current projects and time spent with Randy Rhoads.   I was told by quite a few people that Rudy was a super-cool dude, they were right.  

Rudy, how old were you when you realized you wanted to become a musician?

I think I had just hit puberty (laughs) so, basically I was doing it for the wrong reason — to be noticed by girls.    I guess I was about 14.

Was the bass guitar your first choice?

No, I thought the bass guitar was a silly instrument. it only has 4 strings, what the hell is that? (laughing)   That was my first impression of it and so I started playing guitar (very poorly), I had no tutoring.    I used to play melodies on the guitar, then I was talked into playing bass because there were no bass players around and it was just like playing melodies.  So I said, “OK, I’ll do it because I wanted to be in a band”, so the chicks would notice me.

Were your parents very supportive?

Yeeeeaaaaah….they allowed it. They never thought that we were going to make anything of ourselves, but who did?    We had a dream and they supported Robert’s and my dream.    People talk about how hard the music business is, well it was hard back then too. (laughing)   They wanted us to have something to fall back on.

Who were your influences back then?

I was influenced by the British Invasion. The Beatles, Stones, Zeppelin and then of course MoTown and Hendrix. Just about everything back then was about quality. you couldn’t get a record deal unless you could play.

At one point you were working at Musonia School of Music in North Hollywood, Ca.   Can you explain how you ended up working there?

Oh that’s easy…Randy’s mom owned the school and they were looking for a bass guitar teacher.  Randy said, “Hey, do you want to come down and teach?” and I said “yeah” — just like that!

Randy’s mom, Delores, seems like such a sweet woman.   Can you share a memory from back then?

Sure, getting advice from Randy on how to teach. Being able to teach what the student wanted and what they actually needed. T hey want to learn a song, so you teach them the song and then show them why that bass line actually works and why it works in relation to the song.  I never taught before, but Randy came from a teaching background so he understood the principles of teaching.

While on tour, Randy was known for taking some classical guitar lessons now and then.   Ozzy was usually getting hammered,what did you do in your spare time?

A lot of drinking and killing time. (laughs) There really wasn’t a lot to do, hang out at the malls…I spent a lot of time wasting time watching soap operas! (more laughs)

Ozzy had quite the reputation as a madman. During the Diary of a Madman tour, on stage every night  “Little John” Allen was hung during the song “Goodbye to Romance”. Was there ever any repercussions from this part of the show?

You know, that’s interesting because you are the first person that’s ever asked that question.   But, back in the 80’s nobody cared (laughs). I  t was part of the show.   Ozzy was controversial and Sharon capitalized on building his image around what he was already known for.   Actually, pretty much the role model was the shock theater of Alice Cooper.

Do you have any mementos that you have saved from those days touring with Randy, Tommy and Ozzy?

Oh Yeah! I have a diary of all the tour dates. it was a very good reference for writing my book Off The Rails.

I’m looking at it now, its a big, thick, leather bound book that each guy in the band received at the end of the ‘Blizzard of Ozz’ tour.  From ‘Diary’, I have the tour jacket and I have a practice amp that Randy gave me – it’s a Roland mini-cube.

Off The Rails is such a great book, so many questions finally answered.   Can you explain what made you want to write the book?

The #1 question I get asked as I travel around the world is “what was it like to play with Randy”.   When answering that question, it was never in depth enough to really express what it was really like playing with Randy. So, I wanted to be clear about what it was really like. Also, a lot of conspiracy theories and misinformation surrounding the plane crash came out. I wanted to be clear about everything that preceded and followed the crash…everything is in the book.

Will you be writing any more books in the future?

Well, not anything autobiographical.  Something I have been working on, but that is more motivational… about sharing information and inspiring others to achieve their dreams and goals, which is basically what I do with Rock and Roll Fantasy Camp.   It’s the best platform to give back to those who have been supporting our careers.

Questions from FACEBOOK  friends:      

“If you could ask Rudy Sarzo one question, what would it be?

Patrick Wills asks:  At what point did you start licking your bass?

I started that with Whitesnake, while we were filming “Here I go Again”. Marty Callner was the director, he is known for really, really long shoots. We were shooting video all day, We started at 10AM and at 5AM, we were going to start close ups.   He’d say “OK, lets go!” and I’m already beat, I just want to go to sleep and he’s like “Ummmm, is that all you got?”

I just wanted it over with, so I just started doing all kinds of ridiculous stuff.   Thank God it was only the licking that came out of that,   I had the bass between my legs, I was humping it, I was like “get it over with” and he says, “Ok, I think we got it”.   So, here I am about 3 weeks later watching the video, and I had forgotten all about it completely. Towards the end, there it is and I go, “OH SHIT!” (laughs)…. It’s no big deal, I was just happy none of the other stuff got in the video. it just happened, it was a sequence of ridiculous things and it just happened.

The vocals of Ronnie James Dio are among the most powerful of all time   What was one of your favorite songs to perform with him live?

Just about any song.  He put his heart and soul into every performance and it was breathtaking.    He had full command of the band and audience. It was magnificent standing so close to him on stage.   May 16th marks the anniversary of his passing. I played with him from 2004 until he passed away.  Those are very special times in my career.

What was the best live concert you’ve ever been to?

Well, the one that really inspired me to become a bass player was an early tour of Vanilla Fudge.   Tim Bogert really inspired me as a performer. The whole package, the passion and everything about him on stage.  He was a wildman, he was kind of like the Hendrix of the bass guitar and that really inspired me back then.

Do you have any hobbies that you enjoy?

In my spare time, I like to go online and share the availability of dogs that can be adopted.  I’m just sharing and creating awareness.  But, since I had Lasik eye surgery and I can see much better, it has reinvented me.  I spend most of my time learning about music and taking guitar lessons.  I really have no time for hobbies.

Do you have any musical projects going on right now?

Yes, I’m in a new band with Tracii Guns called Gunzo.   We’re doing some warm up dates leading up to our tour.   Our first tour will be the “Quiet Riot Bang Your Head Tour” starting in June.   I also have Rock and Roll Fantasy Camp.   I’ve been getting requests to work on tracks too, I really enjoy doing that.    I’ve been working on new material for Gunzo too.

What more can you tell us about Gunzo?

Initially what we are doing is just playing each others music. LA Guns, Ozzy, Whitesnake, Dio and our singer, Keith St. John was the last vocalist Ronnie Montrose had so we play Montrose too. Every single song in the set, everybody knows. We’re out there to celebrate our catalog. The music that we’ve played with these great bands and the music that we recorded with these great bands.

Rudy, that about does it…thank you so much for your time.

I’ll see you on tour this summer…

OK Paul, thank you so much.

Check out Gunzo on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/GUNZOBAND

Some tour dates the band is billed as LA Guns

Gunzo is:

Tracii Guns – guitars

Rudy Sarzo – bass guitar

Keith St. John – vocals

Shane Fitzgibbon – drums

RANDY RHOADS REMEMBERED SHOWS AND BONZO BASH EVENT ANNOUNCED FOR MAY ON THE EAST COAST

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RANDY RHOADS REMEMBERED: 1150 OAK BAR CRANSTON, RHODE ISLAND 5/28/2015

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 Performing “Diary of a Madman” and “Blizzard of Oz” in their entirety and more

GUITARISTS:  “GUITAR GODS”

CHRIS CAFFERY

METAL MIKE CHLASIAK

MARZI MONTAZERI

MIKE ORLANDO

JEFF WATSON

PHIL X

MIKE TICHY

HOUSE BAND:  “THE MADMEN”

DEWEY BRAGG

BRIAN TICHY

PHIL SOUSSAN

STEPHEN LeBlanc

KELLE RHOADS

CHAS WEST

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1150 Oaklawn Ave

Cranston, Rhode Island

(401) 654-4466

RANDY RHOADS REMEMBERED BERGEN Performing Arts Center ENGELWOOD, NJ 5/29/2015

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RANDY RHOADS REMEMBERED BERGEN PERFORMING ARTS CENTER ENGELWOOD, NJ 5/29/2015

Performing “Diary of a Madman” and “Blizzard of Oz” in their entirety and more

GUITARISTS:  “GUITAR GODS”

Ron “BUMBLEFOOT” THAL

CHRIS CAFFERY

METAL MIKE CHLASCIAK

MARZI MONTAZERI

MIKE ORLANDO

JEFF WATSON

PHIL X

MIKE TICHY

HOUSE BAND:  “THE MADMEN”

DEWEY BRAGG

BRIAN TICHY

PHIL SOUSSAN

STEPHEN LeBLANC

KELLE RHOADS

CHAS WEST

30 N Van Brunt St

Englewood, New Jersey

(201) 227-1030

http://www.bergenpac.org/

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BONZO BASH AND RANDY RHOADS REMEMBERED THE STONE PONY ASBURY PARK, NJ 5/31/2015

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ROB AFFUSO

ZACK ALFORD

ANTHONY BAKER

WILL CALHOUN

FRANK FERRER

JOE FRANCO

JERRY GASKILL

DANIEL GLASS

JOHN HUMMEL

JOHNNY KELLY

RON LIPNICKI

BOB PANTELLA

RICH REDMOND

DANNY SCHUYLER

CHAD SZELIGA

BRIAN TICHY

KARL WILCOX

HOUSE BAND – THE MOBY DICKS

CHAS WEST

PHIL SOUSSAN

STEPHEN LeBLANC

ROB BAILEY

SPECIAL GUESTS

MULE KICK (ROB BAILEY, ROB CLORES, AND FRANK FERRER)

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RANDY RHOADS REMEMBERED

Performing “Diary of a Madman” and “Blizzard of Oz” in their entirety and more

GUITARISTS:  “GUITAR GODS”

RON “BUMBLEFOOT” THAL

CHRIS CAFFERY

METAL MIKE CHLASIAK

MARZI MONTAZERI

MIKE ORLANDO

JEFF WATSON

PHIL X

MIKE TICHY

HOUSE BAND:  “THE MADMEN”

DEWEY BRAGG

BRIAN TICHY

PHIL SOUSSAN

STEPHEN LeBLANC

KELLE RHOADS

CHAS WEST

THE STONE PONY BOX OFFICE: Box office hours are Wednesday to Monday from noon to 5 and during show hours. Closed Tuesday. Tickets are also available for Paramount and Convention Hall shows. The Stone Pony is located at 913 Ocean Ave. in Asbury Park, N.J., at the corner of Second and Ocean.

913 Ocean Ave, Asbury Park, New Jersey 07712

Tickets:
http://www.ticketmaster.com/The-Stone-Pony-tickets-Asbury-Park/venue/112?tm_link=edp_Venue_Name_1

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BONZO BASH AND RANDY RHOADS REMEMBERED THE STONE PONY ASBURY PARK, NJ 5/31/2015

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BONZO BASH

ROB AFFUSO

ZACK ALFORD

ANTHONY BAKER

WILL CALHOUN

FRANK FERRER

JOE FRANCO

JERRY GASKILL

DANIEL GLASS

JOHN HUMMEL

JOHNNY KELLY

RON LIPNICKI

BOB PANTELLA

RICH REDMOND

DANNY SCHUYLER

CHAD SZELIGA

BRIAN TICHY

KARL WILCOX

HOUSE BAND – THE MOBY DICKS

CHAS WEST

PHIL SOUSSAN

STEPHEN LeBLANC

ROB BAILEY

SPECIAL GUESTS

MULE KICK (ROB BAILEY, ROB CLORES, AND FRANK FERRER)

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RANDY RHOADS REMEMBERED

Performing “Diary of a Madman” and “Blizzard of Oz” in their entirety and more

GUITARISTS:  “GUITAR GODS”

RON “BUMBLEFOOT” THAL

CHRIS CAFFERY

METAL MIKE CHLASIAK

MARZI MONTAZERI

MIKE ORLANDO

JEFF WATSON

PHIL X

MIKE TICHY

HOUSE BAND:  “THE MADMEN”

DEWEY BRAGG

BRIAN TICHY

PHIL SOUSSAN

STEPHEN LeBLANC

KELLE RHOADS

CHAS WEST

THE STONE PONY BOX OFFICE: Box office hours are Wednesday to Monday from noon to 5 and during show hours. Closed Tuesday. Tickets are also available for Paramount and Convention Hall shows. The Stone Pony is located at 913 Ocean Ave. in Asbury Park, N.J., at the corner of Second and Ocean.

913 Ocean Ave, Asbury Park, New Jersey 07712

Tickets:
http://www.ticketmaster.com/The-Stone-Pony-tickets-Asbury-Park/venue/112?tm_link=edp_Venue_Name_1

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RANDY RHOADS REMEMBERED BERGEN Performing Arts Center ENGELWOOD, NJ 5/29/2015

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Performing “Diary of a Madman” and “Blizzard of Oz” in their entirety and more

GUITARISTS:  “GUITAR GODS”

Ron “BUMBLEFOOT” THAL

CHRIS CAFFERY

METAL MIKE CHLASCIAK

MARZI MONTAZERI

MIKE ORLANDO

JEFF WATSON

PHIL X

MIKE TICHY

HOUSE BAND:  “THE MADMEN”

DEWEY BRAGG

BRIAN TICHY

PHIL SOUSSAN

STEPHEN LeBLANC

KELLE RHOADS

CHAS WEST

30 N Van Brunt St

Englewood, New Jersey

(201) 227-1030

 http://www.bergenpac.org/

TICKETS

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RANDY RHOADS REMEMBERED: 1150 OAK BAR CRANSTON, RHODE ISLAND 5/28/2015

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Performing “Diary of a Madman” and “Blizzard of Oz” in their entirety and more

GUITARISTS:  “GUITAR GODS”

CHRIS CAFFERY

METAL MIKE CHLASIAK

MARZI MONTAZERI

MIKE ORLANDO

JEFF WATSON

PHIL X

MIKE TICHY

HOUSE BAND:  “THE MADMEN”

DEWEY BRAGG

BRIAN TICHY

PHIL SOUSSAN

STEPHEN LeBLANC

KELLE RHOADS

CHAS WEST

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1150 Oaklawn Ave

Cranston, Rhode Island

(401) 654-4466