Some selections from his 1978 opus "A Biography", when he was in his brief "glam rock" phase and was known as Johnny Cougar.
Which for reasons unknown the album was only released in Australia and the UK. This was also the album that "I Need A Lover" was originally recorded for.
I was at my local Walmart and saw this magazine in the magazine rack, and promptly bought it. It features 39 drummers and their favorite snares. Three of them who I am familiar with: Stan Lynch and both the Marotta brothers.
Who else here has read it?
And there was a volume 1;
With all the hoopla surrounding the recent remake of this movie with Lady Gaga... I went back and watched the 1976 version with Kris Kristofferson and Barbra Striesand. Pretty good, and the concert footage failed to disappoint.
My question, who was John Norman Howard's (Kristofferson) drummer...
'We are deeply shocked': Moody Blues star Ray Thomas dies suddenly aged 76
He was due to be inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame later this year with the band
Moody Blues star Ray Thomas has died aged 76.
His record label confirmed the star's passing, revealing that he died...
When they were still playing smaller venues, and high school gyms, long before Kevin Cronin joined.
This was actually performed live and taped at the local PBS station, WSIU, here in Carbondale, IL. Billy Joel would tape a similar show here the following year.
Nice blonde Ludwigs Alan...
As spotted on the "Ronnie Tutt Fan Page" FB page. I see two Thermogloss Maple Pro Beats, some assorted concert toms to go with them, a Mahogany Thermogloss kit, and a sunburst Rogers kit from his days with them in the early 80s. Quite a goldmine Ronnie has!
Spotted on the "Ronnie Tutt Fan Page" on FB... looks like one of Ronnie's chrome over Vistalite kits found a new home. And yes, that's duct tape Ronnie used for muffling.
Not everyday you see one of these... is the actual name "Thermogloss Mahogany"?
Some great drumming from JJ Cale's Jimmy Karstein.
George Harrison on guitar, Billy Preston on organ, Carole King on piano, Klaus Voorman on bass... about the only time Cheech and Chong had an "all star" band on one of their albums wasn't it?
At the Isle of Wight Festival in 1970. Playing the gold Hayman kit, with a black oyster pearl Ludwig Jazzfest. Although in the first pix, he's playing a matching gold Hayman snare.