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  • 2014 80’s in the Park Festival Announced

    Dates: September 26th-28th. Melbourne, Florida. Full details available here.


    Faster Pussycat
    Stephen Pearcy- the voice of Ratt
    Jack Russell’s Great White
    Enuff Z Nuff
    Dale Bozzio’s Missing Persons
    Jack Starr’s Burning Starr
    Bow Wow Wow
    Lillian Axe
    Velcro Love
    (glad to have them back)
    Shoot to Thrill (glad to have them back)

    There will be 20 bands so be sure to check back and watch for upcoming bookings!

    Tickets are just $29 for all 3 days and VIP packages are available at two for $200

    2013 Report

    The first annual 80’s in the Park Festival was a tremendous success! In my opinion this was the best concert to ever occur in Brevard County, Florida. 80’s music fans came from near and far and were not disappointed by the performances of the fabulous bands. Hats off to the Richard and Kyle, the promoters that put this awesome lineup together!… Continue reading

  • Interview with Phil Ehart of Kansas

    By Michael Yanko
    Rock Legends Photographers

    Hosted by the Magic City Casino in Miami, the Classic Rock Legends Festival was a huge success and one of the best-run festivals we have ever been to. Special thanks to Kansas management and Phil Ehart for making time for a fun interview.

    Q: You’ve been touring for about 40 years, who is your favorite band to tour with?kansas
    A:  Well, that’s a good question. The band that we enjoyed the most touring with was Queen. That was the “Sheer Heart Attack” tour and we did 40 gigs with them, and then we came back and toured with them a year or so later and toured with them again. That was really enjoyable because our band was just starting to come into its own as far as being able to play with a headliner, and Queen was just starting to explode, and it was really exciting to watch them.… Continue reading

  • Review: Tobymac at the BOK Center, Tulsa, OK

    Photo and Story by Scott A. Smith

    Tobymac’s sonic gumbo of rock, funk, old-school R&B and more flowed like musical honey on Dec. 12 in Tulsa, Okla.

    The former DC Talk member and five-time Grammy Award winner brought his Hits Deep Tour to Tulsa’s BOK Center, and the set list stood exactly as promised — it was crammed to the gills with Toby’s radio staples and equally favored LP cuts. Guitarist Tim Rosenau’s staccato, clean-toned intro to the bouncy “Me Without You” later gave way to crunchy, glorious hard-rock distortion on “Eye On It,” “Tonight” and “Gone.”

    Throughout Toby’s 80-minute set, Toddiefunk slapped, tapped and thumped what sounded like brand-new strings on his bass, and drummer Brian Haley kept the rhythms assertive and adventurous. “Steal My Show,” “Lose Myself” and “Speak Life,” all terrific tracks from Toby’s No. 1 album from 2012, “Eye On It,” gushed with new-found confidence and purpose on the Tulsa stage.… Continue reading

  • Ten Questions with Dewey Bunnell – Founding Member of the Band America

    Interview and photos by Isaac Rodriguez
    Rock Legends Photographers

    Q: What music or musician inspired you to be an artist?
    A: When I was young in the 50’s my dad would play Elvis, Bill Haley, and the Everly Brothers, those were the early years, but I think once I picked up a guitar in the early 60’s I would have to say immediately The Beatles, The Beach Boys, and the surf instrumental music. Then I quickly got inspired by the Beatles, like everyone else I suppose, also the singer and songwriters of the 60’s. But if I would have to pick one band I would say it’s a tie between the Beatles and The Beach Boys.america-2

    Q: When did the band America originate?
    A: Technically we started as the band America in 1970. We were a band in high school in London England. We went to an American school in England.… Continue reading