Steven Adler the original drummer from Guns n Roses talking abou t his Rock Scene growing up, getting his first drum set, and the first record he bought, KISS ALIVE 1. Steven reminisces about how he met Slash in history class when he was 12 and seeing Ax l & Izzy’s band“Hollywood Rose” at Gazzarri’s on the Sunset Strip.
Founder/Owner of Trash & Vaudville tells his story of the Rock Scene and how his store influenced the scenes rock style.
Don Airey shares his ROCK SCENE - keyboardist currently in Deep Purple. He has had a long and productive career, playing with such acts as Gary Moore, Ozzy Osbourne, Judas Priest, Black Sabbath, Jethro Tull, Whitesnake, Saxon, Wishbone Ash, Steve Vai, Michael Schenker, Rainbow, Thin Lizzy and Brian May.
Keep positive and live life to the fullest. If history has taught us anything, we move on, keep strong and continue to do great positive things. But, always keep those you love dear in your hearts. It should always be up to you. Listen to your heart, it will never steer you wrong. Believe me! A.J. Pero
Steve Stevens talks about his ROCK SCENE! Hear the stories behind his name; why he dropped out of high school after seeing the Heartbreakers; the memorable first concert he attended as a teen in 1977…he was rushed to the hospital after a bottle hit him in the head; hanging with Tommy Lee at the Rainbow; and working with Billy Idol since 1981. Steve then does the Rock Scene “Read” –reading the actual 1977 story on Billy Idol and Generation X…
Phil Anselmo from Pantera and Down talks about writing his first song when he was 9 years old. Tells how when he was 15 and saw Agnostic Front “When I saw Agonstic Front, a bunch of dudes, no image and deliver these unforgiving, quick hard hitting songs it changed my perspective forever. In 1988 the guys in Slayer came to a Pantera show quickly hitting it off. Phil and Kerry King exchanged numbers and next thing you know it Kerry…
BLACK LABEL SOCIETY AND PHIL ANSELMO PERFORM "I'M BROKEN" (PANTERA COVER) IN NYC
Rickey Medlocke from Blackfoot and Lynyrd Skynyrd talks about his early days playing banjo at 3. Seeing Elvis Presley at the age of 7 after that show he knew what he wanted to do. Talks about going to Woodstock when he was 19. In 1970 he spoke with Ronnie Vandzandt to see if he needed a roadie. Ronnie asked him “do you still play drums” Ronnie asked him to go to Muscle Shoals and record Lynyrd Skynyrd’s first record.
Check out Tom Keifer's solo debut "The Way Life Goes" https://www.facebook.com/TomKeiferOff... http://twitter.com/TomKeiferMusic Itunes (USA) https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/the... Tom talks about his rock scene growing up as a young kid-- and first seeing the Beatles and then The Monkees on TV and then... "I started hearing a different sound than the Beatles or the Monkees... and it was like Led Zeppelin and Aerosmith and once I heard that... and the Rolling Stones…you know I remember hearing Jumpin' Jack Flash and Brown Sugar…and from…
Brett Scallions of FUEL Shares his "ROCK SCENE" keep up with fuel at http://www.fuelrocks.com/
Tom Hamilton talks about his ROCK SCENE, career, and the roots of how Aerosmith came to be.