Their performance on this newly released DVD/Blu-ray is proof that regardless of how much time has gone by these guys still have what it takes to put on a great show. A documentary is included in this set, containing recent interviews with the band, promoters, fans, and journalists, but it is the performance that will keep you enthralled.
Joan Jett tells The Morton Report what exactly is so threatening about a girl with a guitar, talks about her feuds with Rush and Molly Hatchet, whether she deserves her “Bad Reputation,” and whether or not she’s "Joan Jett" all the time.
It would be hard to find a better drummer than Carmine Appice. He's been working at his craft for over 40 years. Although best known as a member of Vanilla Fudge, Cactus, and superstar power trio Beck, Bogert & Appice, he's also played with the likes of Rod Stewart, Blue Murder, Pat Travers, Ted Nugent, and many others.
There is no excuse to be unprofessional, even if your profession is being a rock star. Let's face it, today's breed of rockstars are spoiled, selfish little snots. Keith Richards waves his privates at your collective grandmothers!
Since the beginning of his career, over 50 years ago, Winter's been giving back to his audience with shows and records that are energetic and musically vibrant. Despite health problems and battles with drug addiction, he's always bounced back.
Like the title says, this column's intention is to fill the gap for those of us who were satiated musically in the '60s and then searched desperately as we aged for music we could relate to and get the same buzz from nowadaze.