The Great Affairs and their song “I’m Alright” from their album ‘Everybody Moves, Nobody Gets Hurt’ the follow-up to 2018’s ‘Ten & 2’, released October 2, 2020. #thegreataffairs
“Trouble” Hair Metal Mixtape w/Gabe @ 4pm EST (16:00 GMT-5) on ZerodBRadio.com (Click here to listen!)
Sometimes they are the trouble and sometimes you are the trouble! So stick around for Bon Jovi, Motley Crue and Passion just to name a few!
But first… Hear N’ Tell!
The Great Affairs have a new video for their 2021 remixed track “I’m Alright”
The Great Affairs consisting of Denny Smith: vocals, guitars, harmonica; Corey “Rizzo” Rozzoni: lead guitar, vocals; Matt Andersen: bass, vocals; and Kenny Wright: vocals, drums, percussion have a new video for their track “I’m Alright” from their album ‘Everybody Moves, Nobody Gets Hurt’ the follow-up to 2018’s ‘Ten & 2’, released October 2, 2020.
Here’s The Great Affairs and their song “I’m Alright” right here on Hair Metal Mixtape
That was The Great Affairs and their song “I’m Alright” from their album ‘Everybody Moves, Nobody Gets Hurt’ the follow-up to 2018’s ‘Ten & 2’, released October 2, 2020.
The Great Affairs are back in business, with ‘Everybody Moves, Nobody Gets Hurt’ the follow-up to 2018’s ‘Ten & 2’, released October 2, 2020. The album is available now on all streaming platforms, and on CD via the band’s official website, Amazon, and select retailers.
There you have it folks! What did you think?
…And that was your Hear ’N Tell!
OK, Mixtapers! I’m psyched for several reasons today. It’s evolution time. For the past couple of weeks I have been Beta testing different themed days to see how it feels. And although it was fun to set parameters and rules on my own mixtapes, I don’t like parameters and rules for my mixtapes. So frig it! Today we get into trouble! Well it’s not always us who are getting into trouble, sometimes it’s them that are trouble. What kind of dangerous are we talking’ here? Dangerous on the dance floor or what? Well, let’s see…
So here’s Mark and the boys from Slaughter with “Loaded Gun”, the Lucky 13th track on ’Stick It To Ya” to kick off today’s “Trouble” edition of Hair Metal Mixtape. Crank it up and get yourself in trouble folks!
That was melodic rockers Passion and their single “Too Bad For Baby” from their 2020 self-titled debut album to wrap up today’s Hair Metal Mixtape!
Passion is a new band created by former Night By Night vocalist, Daniel Rossall a/k/a Lion Ravarez.
Inspired by the hard rock giants of the 80’s and 90’s, the idea of forming a new band sparked in Rossall’s mind when he collaborated on a song in 2017 with other former members of Night By Night. The resulting song, which could be described as amalgamation of early 90’s classic hard rock with 80’s AOR, was so encouraging that it pushed Rossall to create a whole albums worth of material.
Rossall decided to send some of the demos he was working on to Frontiers and said demos immediately sparked the interest of the label who eagerly signed PASSION to the label’s roster.
“Passion is very honored and proud to be a new member of the Frontiers family,” says Rossall “It’s a great pleasure to be among friends, influences, and other dedicated artists who all look to deliver the best music possible. We are very excited for the release of the debut album and cannot wait to perform these songs for rock fans all over the world. This is a fantastic musical opportunity for us and I would like to thank Frontiers for providing a platform to deliver our music to the right audience. Let’s ROCK!”
While Rossall played most of the instruments on the album and produced it, make no mistake, PASSION is a band. 2019 will see “The Rise of Passion” with Lion Ravarez on lead vocals, Weston James Jr. on bass and backing vocals, Chance Vanderlain on guitar and backing vocals, and Bobby Laker on drums. An absolute must for fans of AC/DC, Aerosmith, KISS, Danger Danger, Foreigner, Journey, Ratt, Van Halen, and the like.
And that is today’s Hair Metal Mixtape #368 – Trouble
Yeah man, sometimes you are the trouble and sometimes they are the trouble. Sometimes being together is trouble and being separated can also cause trouble. Does that make it Double Trouble? That’s another Mixtape! Thanks for tuning in and thanks for sticking around. I appreciate and respect your time.
That’s it folks! Thanks for listening!
I hope you are maintaining your physical distance from your friends and loved ones for now and yet also engaging in social connectivity.
Keep your vinyl clean!
Be Kind, Rewind
Peace, Love, Hair Metal!
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