The Red Rocker has been on a roll lately, releasing a brand new album with all kinds of guest stars and now with a new coffee-flavored tequila product. Click through to read more on this new, interesting drink combo.
Well, like I mentioned earlier this week, the Red Rocker's been back at it. Seems he's had more up his sleeve than we first thought, as a new collaboration album with a whole slew of artists will be released on September 24 later this year.
It was this time last year (March 3) that we lost legendary guitarist Ronnie Montrose (who battled prostate cancer for five years) to a self-inflicted gunshot wound. The last time the surviving original Montrose members were in the the studio together was back in 1973. After forty years, Sammy Hagar joined original bassist Bill Church and original drummer Denny Carmassi last week to record some new music.
It's very sad to me that I know very few people will read this. Ronnie Montrose was one of the true unsung heroes of what is now called "Heavy Metal". He successful combined absolutely CRUSHING electric guitar groves to the songs "Rock Candy" and "Bad Motor Scooter". My favorite track "Space Station #5" featured really cool electric guitar effects that took Hendrix's chirps and squeeks a step further. More after the break.
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