We were extremely lucky to check out both Brisbane shows, with a 2 part evening, the band really leave no stone unturned. Set 1 is the Sumo album set, which sees the album played in its entirety, which means some of the songs actually get their first plays in front of a live audience.
One of Ace’s hardest and heaviest riffs is an autobiographical look at his upbringing. A street boy from the hard streets of New York this song at 2 minutes 50 seconds run time will leave you wanting more insight into the gang life Ace once knew.
Grammy Award-winning, American rock guitarist Slash returns to Australian shores in January/February 2019 with Myles Kennedy & The Conspirators in tow.
The Australian Tour will support the release of Slash’s fourth solo album, Living The Dream released on Slash’s own label Snakepit Records in partnership with Sony Music Australia which debuted at #4 on the ARIA Album Chart.
Well, they definitely should take chances if they believe it, but if you are too busy to give the band your full attention, and take advantage of every opportunity you are given, then maybe you shouldn’t worry about the band so much and go do something else, or just call it a hobby. But also, one thing not to do, is be an asshole, because I cannot tell you how many bands I have seen that are so far up their own ass, and it just limits you. You better hope you are damn good if you are an asshole, because that is the only way anybody is going to take your shit.
The wait is finally over! Eminem will grace our shores for four massive Australian stadium shows in Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne … More