“Baptized By Fire!” Hair Metal Mixtape w/Gabe LIVE @ 12:00 pm EST (GMT-5) (Click Here to Listen LIVE!)
We have all been baptized by fire in one form or another, today the hair metal gods tell us their version, so stick around for Y&T, Mötley Crüe and Van Halen, just to name a few!
But first… Hear N’ Tell!
U.D.O. unleash video for track “Wrong Side of Midnight”
U.D.O. consisting of former Accept lead vocalist Udo Dirkschneider, drummer Sven Dirkschneider, guitarists Andrey Smirnov and Fabian Dee Dammers, and bassist Tilen Hudrap have released a video for their track “Wrong Side of Midnight” from their upcoming live record Live In Bulgaria 2020 – Pandemic Survival Show, which will be available via AFM Records on March 19, 2021.
Let’s hear it and see it I’ll tell you some more after…
Here’s U.D.O. and the track “Wrong Side of Midnight” right here on Hair Metal Mixtape!
That was U.D.O. and the newly released track “Wrong Side of Midnight” from their upcoming live record Live In Bulgaria 2020 – Pandemic Survival Show
In an interview with Alexandra Mrozowska for Hard Rock Haven earlier this month, Udo Dirkschneider was asked how the show that culminated in Live In Bulgaria 2020 – Pandemic Survival Show to which he stated: “No, that was not really planned. We got the offer to do a show in Bulgaria during the pandemic – we were invited by the government of Bulgaria – and we said, “If everything is okay, then we’ll do the show.” But it was not planned at that time to do a live record or a [live] DVD. We were not quite sure if we make it at all, but then we got lucky in September. We were able to get together in Germany as we have one guy who lives in Russia [Andrey Smirnov, U.D.O.’s guitarist] and one who lives in Slovenia [Tilen Hudrap, U.D.O.’s bass player]. It was perfect for us also to do the photo shooting there – just in case, as no one knew at the time what will happen – and rehearse, also just in case (laughs). Then we said, “Okay, we’ll wait if this is going to happen.” One week before the show they said, “Okay, everything’s fine” and let us know about location and all that stuff. And we were like, “Why not record it and also film the whole stuff,”, so our production guy started talking to the Bulgarian TV about the cameras and all that equipment. Finally, we flew to Bulgaria and everything was fine [there], no problems at all. And we ended up filming and recording the show indeed, but it was not planned initially.”
…And that was your Hear ’N Tell! Thank you U.D.O. and Thank you SleazeRoxx.com for the article.
…And that was your Hear ’N Tell!
OK, rockers of the metal of hair and all things metal and rock and those bad ass elements that we snowball into a rolling thunder of music this Sunday! Sunday! Sunday!
Here’s Winger telling us about his experience of being “Baptized By Fire”, right here on the Sunday edition of Hair Metal Mixtape! Baptized By Fire!
That was Van Halen with “Why Can’t This Be Love” from their 6th studio album 5150 released in 1986 and the first album with the red rocker himself Sammy Hagar, thus beginning the moniker Van Hagar!
How about them apples!
And that is today’s Hair Metal Mixtape #343 – Baptized By Fire!
Being an audio engineer for most of my life now has involved tons of baptisms by fire. Especially when doing live sound. And Adam can back me up on that one being a former Maxwell’s house engineer like myself, we have been put in, around and through the fire! Thanks for tuning in and thanks for sticking around. I appreciate and respect your time.
That’s it folks! Thanks for listening!
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Peace, Love, Hair Metal!
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