Nothing Shocking

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Damiano Christian

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Welcome to the Nothing Shocking Podcast. On this weeks episode our guest is guitar genius Damiano Christian. He’s just a kid but already he’s as good as some of the greats.

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Joey C Jones

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Welcome to the Nothing Shocking Podcast. On this weeks episode our guest is Joey C Jones.

Come one, come all – enter the world of JOEY C. JONES!

After successfully teaming up to reissue Joey’s original band Sweet Savage, Demon Doll Records and the front main extraordinaire are at it once again to unleash a 21 song epic collection entitled ‘Best Of Volume One’. Spanning from his days fronting Shock Tu, Joey C. Jones & The Gloryhounds and many of his recent projects, this album has a little bit of everything for a whole lot of people.

With writing credits including songs written by Joey and Mark St. John (KISS), C.C. Deville (POISON) and Rick Nielsen (CHEAP TRICK) it’s obvious to say there are some amazingly crafted songs on this release. Helping with that crafting are producers Robin Zander & Rick Nielsen (CHEAP TRICK) as well as Dito Godwin (MOTLEY CRUE, NO DOUBT).

From the man that took Los Angeles by storm in the mid 80’s and graced the cover of every major Rock magazine across the globe comes 21 songs that will blow you away. Dig your teeth into the Cheap Trick esque “I Can Wait All Night” as well as the hook laden “Summer Song” and “Over And Over Again” as well as the Led Zeppelin esque “Comin’ On and “She Loves” – and you have yourself the making of a monster release – and that is only 6 songs!. This is a great collection for all lovers of Rock N’ Roll…there is not a base that Mr. Jones does not cover on this record and it is an ode to his talent as a producer, songwriter and mind boggling vocalist.

Highly recommended listening and highly addictive!

This CD is silver pressed, officially licensed from Joey C. Jones and exclusively available from Demon Doll Records.
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Michael Starr of Steel Panther

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Welcome to the Nothing Shocking Podcast. On this weeks episode our guest is Michael Starr from Steel Panther. Steel Panther has a new album out called “Lower the Bar.” They’re also going to be coming to the Chicago Open Air Festival on July 15 in Bridgeview, IL and The Rock n Skull Festival on October 28th in Pekin, IL.

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Nadir D’Priest and a Chris Cornell Tribute

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Welcome to the Nothing Shocking Podcast. On this weeks episode our guest is Nadir D’Priest of the band London. We had such a good time talk with Nadir that there will be a part 2. In sad news Chris Cornell passed away at the age of 52. We spend the first part of the podcast talking about how much we liked the music of Cornell.

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Brian Tatler of Diamond Head

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One of the most influential heavy metal bands of all time, Diamond Head, will be returning to the States for tour dates in May and in August. From May 17-27, the band – led by co-founding member/guitarist Brian Tatler – will be playing headline shows (and two dates with Ross the Boss, as well as a performance at the Legions of Metal Festival in Chicago with Armored Saint, and an appearance at Rocklahoma in Oklahoma). And then from August 19-25, Diamond Head will return to the US for another festival appearance (Psycho Vegas 2017 in Las Vegas), as well as additional headlining gigs.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

“Excited to be back in the US this spring, playing songs from the new album ‘Diamond Head’ along with many classics from Lightning To The Nations, Borrowed Time & Canterbury’.” -Brian Tatler, 5/4/17

As part of the New Wave of British Heavy Metal in the late ‘70s/early ‘80s, Diamond Head came up in the same scene as eventual global headliners Def Leppard and Iron Maiden. And while Diamond Head did not achieve the same commercial success as the aforementioned bands, they did influence countless subsequent musicians – especially Metallica, as it was a then-teenaged Lars Ulrich that befriended the band early on and became a major fan. Subsequently, Metallica has covered such Diamond Head classics as “Am I Evil,” “Helpless,” “The Prince,” and “It’s Electric” multiple times – on multiple platinum releases.

In addition to performing these classics at their upcoming U.S. shows, expect to also hear material performed off their latest release – 2016’s self-titled offering. Their seventh studio albums overall, the album has become one of their most critically acclaimed of their entire career – as evidenced by Classic Rock Magazine saying, “It just fu*kin’ rocks in glorious timeless fashion” and Metal Hammer simply adding, “This is rather excellent.”

And soon, many U.S. fans will get to see the legendary Diamond Head on a nearby concert stage.

“When we made ‘Kill Em All’, it was just Diamond Head and Motörhead”
Lars Ulrich – Metallica

“We’re a combination of the two heads, Diamond Head and Motörhead. The epic feel is definitely from Diamond Head, while the simplicity came from Motörhead.”
James Hetfield – Metallica

“I’m influenced by the likes of Paul McCartney, Jimmy Page and Brian Tatler”.
Dave Mustaine – Megadeth

DIAMOND HEAD LINE-UP 2017:

Brian Tatler – Guitars
Rasmus Bom Andersen – Vocals
Abbz Abberley – Guitars
Dean Ashton – Bass
Karl Wilcox – Drums

DIAMOND HEAD US TOUR 2017:

Additional dates to be announced shortly.

W 5/17 Columbus, OH Ace of Cups
Th 5/18 Indianapolis, IN The Headquarters w/Ross The Boss
F 5/19 Rock Island, IL RIBCO
S 5/20 Chicago, IL Legions of Metal Festival w/Armored Saint
Su 5/21 Savage, MN Neisens w/Ross The Boss
M 5/22 Joliet, IL The Forge
T 5/23 Newport, KY Southgate House
Th 5/25 Springfield, MO Nathan P Murphy’s
S 5/27 Pryor, OK Rocklahoma Festival
S 8/19 Las Vegas, NV Psycho Vegas 2017 Festival
W 8/23 Portland, OR Bossanova Ballrooms
Th 8/24 Seattle, WA El Corazon

FOR MORE INFORMATION, PLEASE VISIT:

https://www.facebook.com/DiamondHeadOfficial/

http://www.diamond-head.net

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