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Sunday, March 20, 2022

The Zeros Reunion March 18, 2022

Thirty years since the release of The Zeros "4,3,2,1" recording, the band has reformed to celebrate its glory, with a reunion show at The Whisky A Go Go in Hollywood, CA. The night can best be summed up in one word, FUN! It was kinda like a time warp back to 1988. The charismatic personalities of Sammy, Danny, Joe, & Mr. Insane still intact, and as remembered. This show wasn't a band trying to find their place again, no, it was as if they never left. Rockin' all the favorites like "Show Me," "Oh Yeah," "Sticky Sweet Girls," "Society," "Do You Want Some More." They hinted at the possibility of a new Zeros record to come. Speaking with Sammy afterwards, sounds like some more shows might be in the making as well. 

An honorable mention, Motorcycle Boy opened the show, and was great to see them as well. Doing songs off their "Popsicle" record from 1991. "One Punch" remains a classic trashy gem.

Hope it won't be long till we get to see these bands do it again!







Tuesday, March 15, 2022

Sunday, October 24, 2021

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Saturday, April 17, 2021

Wednesday, May 20, 2020

Quarantine Podcast Edition - interview w/ Will Boyett

Will Boyett was a studio photographer in the late 70's. When a young rock band on the L.A. circuit approached him about taking photos, the drummer in that band was Tommy Lee. This interview traces the beginning of Motley Crue's history as told by Will, who was there with his camera capturing the first handful of shows the band played in Hollywood, California. His recently published book is titled Motley Crue: The Early Years. Listen here to find out more.

Friday, May 8, 2020

STAY STRONG!

Kenward Cooper and Michael Lockwood release a new song for the times as Soft Open, titled "Stay Strong." The song is mixed by Rick Parker.
Lyric video now on YouTube, watch it here.