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Mark Tremonti – PlanetMosh Exclusive

Best known to many as the guitarist with Creed and subsequently Alter Bridge, Mark Tremonti in recent years has stepped into the solo spotlight with his own self-titled band. With Tremonti the band having released their third album, ‘Dust‘, last month, and bound for the UK’s shores again, for a …

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Tremonti – ‘Dust’

Mark Tremonti burst onto the rock scene in the late ’90s as lead guitarist with Creed.  His roaring guitar riffs and unique song writing skills quickly gained him recognition with both fans and critics.  After the band’s demise, Mark and two other members, Brian Marshall and Scott Phillips, teamed up …

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Tremonti – O2 Academy, Bristol, 15/12/15

It’s staggering how different gigs can be from one night to next. On Sunday, people were still queueing round the corner for The Darkness a full 30-45 minutes after doors opened. Fifteen minutes before entry here and there’s barely fifty in line. Interestingly, it’s much the same audience demographic; from the …

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Scott Stapp and Voodoo Six, London, 23 April 2014

@Planetmosh reviews @ScottStapp and @VoodooSix show at the Electric Ballroom, London, April 2014.   Thoroughly encouraged by how good this gig was going to be I arrived at the Electric Ballroom full of expectation.  Having been the lead singer of Creed one of the ten most successful US bands of the 2000s, …

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SixStringNoise – Likewise

SixStringNoise, a four-piece outfit from Greece, formed sometime after 2011’s one-man-band debut “Snowing Bullets While Kissing the Ground” was released. With a lineup (Markos, Nikos X, Alex B, and Alex D) solidified, the band decided to record and release a proper album. Likewise, 2013’s full-length offering, is the result of …

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MARK TREMONTI – All I Was CD Review

It has finally been released! After being teased with the 3 track preview for Mark Tremontis solo project, the album ‘ All I Was’ hit stores internationally yesterday.  Not only is this Tremontis’ debut solo album, it’s also is the first time he has stepped up to the lead vocal …

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