The Prince Estate, in partnership with YouTube, will host a three-day streaming event of Prince and the Revolution: Live, a historic concert captured at the Carrier Dome in Syracuse, NY on March 30, 1985.
Prince and the Revolution: Live showcases Prince and his iconic band at the peak of their Purple Rain Tour, and was the first live concert footage that Prince officially released as both a television broadcast and home video. The audio from the concert has been remastered by longtime Prince mastering engineer Bernie Grundman, and will be available officially in digital format for the first time across all streaming and download partners on Friday, 15 May.
“Winger invites artists, friends and fans to sing along to Better Days Comin’
Guest Artists in order of appearance:
Chip Znuff – Enuff Znuff
Mark Farner – Grand Funk Railroad
Jeff Scott Soto – Sons of Apollo / Queen
Tony Harnell – TNT
Miljenko Matijevic – Steelheart
Klaus Meine – Scorpions
Robert Mason – Warrant
Richie Kotzen – Winery Dogs
Terry Ilous – XYZ
Don Crash – H.E.A.T.
Alan Parsons – Alan Parsons Project
Danny Vaughn – Tyketto
Michael Starr – Steel Panther
Fiona Flanagan Steve Postell – Immediate Family
Steve Whiteman – KIX
Howie Simon – Nelson / Scrap Metal / Winger / Stryper
PJ Griffith – Rock Of Ages (Broadway)
Kenny Leckremo – H.E.A.T.”
As a part of her ‘Covid-19 Distancing Diddles’, Sarah brings in very special guest, Ben Whittington, to perform their rendition of Shallow by Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper.
Sarah is covering all your favourite songs during this unfortunate pandemic. If you have a request, please leave it in the comments below.
I’ve been listening to some Powerman 5000 this weekend. Really solid hard rock goodness. Music video by Powerman 5000 performing Free. (C) 2003 SKG Music L.L.C.
In this episode we’ll take a look at the unusal history of the Mp3 player. Some people may think it began with the iPod in 2001 but the story begins back in 1979 with Kane Kramer.
Watch the official music video for “Nineteen Eighty” by Joe Satriani
James Hetfield doesn’t remember writing “Master of Puppets” and is still shocked to see young Metallica fans rocking out and singing along.
David Lee Roth David Letterman Late Night with David Letterman January 2, 1985