Happy Mother's Day.
Clicking around YouTube last night, I found a Jaun Croucier interview from the Denise Ames show. The video is about a year old, but fills in some holes regarding RATT's history. I've been thinking about RATT a lot lately, especially since the band is gearing up for a tour. The band is one of my faves and I love seeing them live, so I hope they come around Ohio again soon.
I'm seeing the band live again next weekend at Rock on the Range in Columbus.
Are you ready for some new glam from Cleveland, Ohio? Switchblade Scarlett has just released some new music. Check out the tracks from Fashion Suicide, Pt. 1.
Bring on your reviews and comments. The guys in the band are ready. The word "masochism" even came up in the email I was sent alerting me to this new material.
Note: if the player below isn't loading - click here to check out the new music.
Since this is Mother's Day week, there's no better time to post about Lita Ford's new video for the song "Mother." The song is on the album Living Like a Runaway.
"Mother" is about parental alienation. I knew Lita was divorced, but I didn't know she wasn't with her two sons with any regularity. I'm sure that's very hard for her and knowing that information makes the song pretty powerful.
"Shotgun Willie's" is on the album Elation.
Crashdiet are in a bad way right now and the band needs our help. Their manager, Michael John Sunden, recently died in a freak accident. This left the band in financial turmoil, but instead of packing it in, the guys in Crashdiet decided it would be best to continue on with their planned tour.
If you love Crashdiet like I do, you may want to help. Check it out.