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BURNING RAIN – acoustic tour to promote brand new album ‘Face The Music’ : out now on Frontiers

BURNING RAIN  STRIPPED & NAKED ACOUSTIC TOUR   03.04.19  CHESTERFIELD Real Time Live 04.04.19  BLACKPOOL Waterloo 05.04.19  BIRMINGHAM Castle & Falcon 06.04.19  LONDON Underworld 07.04.19  EDINBURGH Bannerman’s Bar   FULL BAND SHOW FRONTIERS ROCK FESTIVAL VI 28.04.19  TREZZO (MILAN) Live Club  FACE THE MUSIC new album LP /CD/digital out now  [Frontiers] …

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BURNING RAIN – ‘Face The Music’ : new album by group founded by Doug Aldrich – out 22.03.19 (Frontiers)

Burning Rain is the hard rock band founded by guitarist extraordinaire Doug Aldrich (Revolution Saints, The Dead Daisies, ex-Whitesnake, Dio) and vocalist Keith St. John (Montrose, Kingdom Come). They will release their fourth studio album, ‘Face the Music’, on 22nd March 2019 via Frontiers Music srl and have made a …

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The Dead Daisies and The Amorettes – The Picturedrome, Holmfirth, 27th July 2018

Tonight I headed out to The Picturedrome in Holmfirth as The Dead Daisies brought their Summer Tour 2018 to Yorkshire. The Dead Daisies aren’t actually a group, as such, but a collective of musicians assembled, only five years ago, by David Lowy and Jon Stevens. The Antipodean Simon Cowell and Simon Fuller? As …

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THE DEAD DAISIES Release New Single ‘Dead and Gone’

THE DEAD DAISIES – “DEAD AND GONE” – OR ARE THEY??   “Burn It Down is a five-alarm fire, a strong contender for Album of the Year.” – Brave Words Magazine   THE DEAD DAISIES are releasing a new single and music video this Friday, June 22nd for “DEAD AND GONE”, …

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Revolution Saints Announce New Album ‘Light In The Dark’

REVOLUTION SAINTS ANNOUNCE HIGHLY ANTICIPATED SECOND ALBUM, ‘LIGHT IN THE DARK,’ OUT OCTOBER 13TH ON FRONTIERS MUSIC SRL AND RELEASE MUSIC VIDEO FOR TITLE TRACK July 21, 2017 — After the 2015 release of the self-titled debut album by REVOLUTION SAINTS–Deen Castronovo (ex-Journey, Bad English), Doug Aldrich (The Dead Daisies, …

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The Dead Daisies – Limelight 1, Belfast – 21 July 2016

It’s not every day that you see history made, but tonight it happened.  While it may not have been a record-breaking number of appearances at the venue, The Dead Daisies bassist Marco Mendoza became the first artist to take to this hallowed stage on four separate occasions with four different …

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Glenn Hughes – Picturedome, Holmfirth, 25/10/2015

Last night, the small town of Holmfirth played host to a monumental collaboration of Hard Rock and Soul from the Rock Legend Glenn Hughes, and the insanely talented Doug Aldrich. For a Sunday evening, in this intimate picture house venue, you wouldn’t anticipate such a lively turn out of eager …

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Doug Aldrich, Revolution Saints interview, January 2015

I spoke to Doug Aldrich to talk about his new band, Revolution Saints. Planetmosh: You announced your departure from Whitesnake in May last year.  After more than a decade in the band it must have been a big step to take. Doug: Yeah it was difficult.  The thing is that …

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Revolution Saints-Revolution Saints cd

Frontiers boss Serafino Perugino has put together another one of his ‘supergroups’ and this time it’s a trio made up of Journey’s drummer Deen Castronova, Night Ranger’s bass player Jack Blades and former Whitesnake guitarist Doug Aldrich. Guest musician is Frontiers in house maestro Alessandro Del Vecchio, who provides the …

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Doug Aldrich (Whitesnake/Burning Rain) – Interview

Doug Aldrich is best known as part of the twin guitar attack in Whitesnake.  But, before he hooked up with David Coverdale – and, indeed, Ronnie James Dio before him – he played in a number of successful bands, including Lion and Burning Rain.  The latter outfit released two highly …

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Burning Rain – Burning Rain / Pleasure to Burn / Epic Obsession

Formed by guitarist Doug Aldrich and vocalist Keith St John back in 1998, Burning Rain recorded two well-received albums – their self-titled debut and ‘Pleasure To Burn’ – before the six-string slinger left to team up (albeit briefly) with the late, great Ronnie James Dio, while the vocalist pitched his …

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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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