Tag Archives: Billy Duffy

The Professionals unveil new video ‘Spike Me Baby’

The Professionals unveil brand new video release from 3rd album out Oct 8th featuring Billy Duffy & Phil Collen  The Professionals proudly unveil a brand new video for Spike Me Baby taken from their forthcoming new album, SNAFU out 8 October 2021, on JTP Records “It’s from the poppier side of the upcoming album and tells …

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DAVE NAVARRO and BILLY MORRISON Announce Star-Studded Line-Up for the Second Annual ‘Above Ground’ Concert

DAVE NAVARRO AND BILLY MORRISON ANNOUNCE STAR-STUDDED LINE-UP FOR THE SECOND ANNUAL “ABOVE GROUND” CONCERT BENEFITING MUSICARES® ACTOR JOE MANGANIELLO TO HOST EVENING OF PERFORMANCES FROM NAVARRO AND MORRISON, BILLY IDOL, PERRY FARRELL AND ETTY LAU FARRELL (KIND HEAVEN ORCHESTRA), GAVIN ROSSDALE (BUSH), STEVE STEVENS, JULIETTE LEWIS, STEVE VAI, BILLY DUFFY …

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The Professionals to Release New Album ‘What In The World’

The Professionals to Release New Album ‘What In The World’ on October 27th 2017   The Professionals are back! 35 years later, the band formed from the ashes of the Sex Pistols by Paul Cook and Steve Jones is back.  Revitalised, re-energised and reinvigorated, the band proudly release their new album What In The World on October …

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The Cult – Belfast, Mandela Hall – 6 March 2016

It had been quite some time since yours truly last descended the steps into the hallowed Mandela Hall…  almost exactly 18 months in fact.  And, as I stood outside the chilly Sunday night air awaiting my photographer, I could not help but note the eclectic nature of the hundreds of …

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The Cult – Hidden City

After a renowned career spanning over three decades, The Cult have released their tenth studio album, Hidden City, which hit the shelves yesterday (Friday 4th February 2016). Hidden City is the final chapter in The Cult’s rebirth trilogy, which includes Born into This and Choice of Weapon. As I embarked …

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Marshall 50 years of loud – 22nd September 2012

Saturday night at Wembley arena was the scene for one of the most impressive nights of music the venue has seen. The event had advertised a whole host of stars – Doug Aldrich, Nicko McBrain, Phil Campbell, Tim Ripper Owens, Billy Duffy, Joe Satriani, Paul Gilbert, Corey Taylor, Glenn Hughes, …

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