Seems that as of Jan 2019...
the Blogger server's have deleted ALL of the
comments left over the years by you guys from ALL
of the posts... how fucked up is that!!!
And... right off the bat...
I want to thank EVERYONE in advance if any of the photo's here came from your site, post or where ever! Thank you so much for helping to make this blog entry simply a fucking awesome
walk down memory lane for so many of us!
Most of these photo's here were posted
by other's all over the Internet...
I just wanted to put them all in one place
for us to enjoy!
Thank you again for sharing!!
But if you do see something of yours here and want it gone... just contact me
and I will delete it right away okay!
The Rock Club Daze...
Twisted Sister / Bent Brother
We miss you already A.J.!!!
We can't thank you enough for being
a huge part of our club-going days!
Our heart goes out to the Pero family
and to every one of your band mates!
Anthony Jude Pero
March 20, 2015
|They are STILL kicking ass!!|
They were simply the best local band of the day in my eyes. They made that night of partying an unforgettable experience! Even the nights when the fucking FDNY would shut the club down while they were still playing
for over crowding... LoL
Jay Jay French
Eddie "Fingers" Ojeda
Mark "The Animal" Mendoza
(official extended video)
You just have to watch it one more time... LoL
It's fuckin' perfect!
Video from the bands final show
as a group in the Tri-state area...
... so says Dee
Lakewood, New Jersey
October 1, 2016
These next photo's are from the original
Twisted Sister lineup from about 1973
at Casper's rock club on Route 1
in North Brunswick, New Jersey
which later became The Royal Manor
JJ French... guitar
Billy Diamond... guitar
Mike Valentine... vocals
Mel Anderson... drums
Kenny Neill... bass
They kicked our asses!
Remember the fuckin' AC/DC set they did!?
Go For The Throat Muthafucka's!!!
Mark Tornillo on the left is now fronting the band Accept
touring the world as of 2009...
replacing Udo after he had enough of touring! This is just like
the movie... Rockstar with Mark Wahlberg!! Local boy makes good!
"Erock" Erik Ferro
Here's some bonus
TT Quick memorabilia for us!
Everything below was sent to me by
Paul and his friends
were a driving force behind
"Thrown Together Live"
"Recycled" by Prophet.
They helped with financing...
and even had a hand in the production!
You can see Paul and his friends listed as the
within the credits on the LIVE album.
Too cool right!
from every TT Quick fan out here...
thanx for sharing!!
Nothing but amazing memories!!
Here's some behind-the-scenes info
about the set list and album by Paul Kaufmann.
In his own words...
"My brother and I collected set lists from the TT gigs and this night was no different. And here comes Story #1.
You see the horizontal lines between the various songs
and if you look a your LIVE CD you will see that this follows
the lineup on the CD perfectly EXCEPT:
What TT live recording would be without Hard as Rock?
I mean, what the fuck, of course they would play Hard as Rock on the CD
but if you look at your song list, it is not to be,
BUT THEY PLAYED IT THAT NIGHT,
the set list proves it.
What went wrong?
Well, we sat the guys down before we got the sound board fired up
and reminded them that the songs had to be played in three song sets,
THAT'S WHY THE HORIZONTAL LINES on the set list.
This was because each tape reel can only fit about 3 songs max
on it since it is being advanced so fast for killer sound quality.
Put your CD on and crank it up on Eye of the Storm
and play it to the very end. You will hear the song end and then
the unmistakable sound of Hard As Rock drum intro
firing off at E-Rock's drum kit and then the song fades completely out.
Why no Hard as Rock?
Because they didn't take a break after the Intro
and the first two songs so we could change the tape.
Nope, they charged full steam into Hard as Rock and well,
they played it but no tape, no recording.
We changed the tape and were ready to pick it back up at
Asleep at the Wheel which THANKFULLY we got on tape.
So, Story #2 was my doing.
You see, I LOVE KICKIN' ASS, its a fucking awesome tune but NOWHERE
is there a recording of the song so I was determined to get that down on CD somehow so months before this gig when we were setting everything up,
so the idea of putting it on the live album was put forth and Mark made it happen, VERY COOL!
Man I love the lyrics, that song is just totally TT and I am uber psyched
that we got that down for all to crank! I was told later that the band simply gave the producer what he wanted and that was way cool of TT to lay down that track for us, especially as the intro song."
((( I have to ask Paul why "Throat" isn't on the set list?
Maybe it was always just a given?? )))
TT Quick on stage
at The Playpen Lounge
Halloween October 31, 1990
Phantom's Opera live at The River July 28, 1983
The Flossie Band
Here's a few photo's from the band coming back to life from...
The Stone Pony December 13, 2014
I couldn't make the show, but thanx to
we can all be there!
Reunion Show 2003 Whole Lotta Rosie
Reunion Show 2003 Good Times Bad Times
Rockin' 'Cross The USA
Beware of Strangers
She's a Cartoon (live)
Baba O'Reilly (partial but great harmonica!)
The Third Hoorah
Won't Get Fooled Again (audio only)
Summertime Blues w/John Entwistle
The Molly Cribb Band
Kinderhook Creek... then just
Capitol Theatre May, 7, 1977
Stone Pony September 19, 2010
Flirting With Disaster
Sweet Home Alabama/Simple Man
The Soft Parade
The Soft Parade
formed by Joe Russo back in 1990
has been performing for 28 plus years now!!
Keeping The doors music alive in us all!
How incredible is that folks!
Long live The doors!
Long live The Soft Parade!
& of course
Long Live Rock!!
The Soft Parade on stage
Five To One
|Johnny Gale on Facebook|
Norman Nardini and the Tigers
Reunion 2011 All The Young Dudes
Reunion 2011 I've Seen All Good People
2009 Walk This Way
The Stanton Anderson Band
Live at The Palladium March 7, 1979
Live at My Father's Place Dec 31, 1980
Live at My Father's Place Feb 26, 1981
The Whiskey Band
Star / Backstreets...
... now reformed as The B Street Band
Gabriel and then Dirty White Boys
Salty Dog fb
Good Girls Don't
Sam The Band
John Lenza (aka Johnny Sing)
the energetic voice of Condor
is still active within the music world
and is now the voice behind a band called
Book release & reunion party October 2014
Cats on a Smooth Surface
The E. Walker Band
(Larry LaRue was fronting the band back in the day...
... he is fuckin' AWESOME!)
Pretty Baby Band
Saturday Night Special
Wowii then John Galt
The Jasper Band
The Other Side
The Jimmy Carter Show then Run21
Swift Kick and then The Fury's
The Southern Cross Band
Another Pretty Face
The Great American Candy Bar Debate (slide show)
(at Circus Circus rock club May 1981)
White Fire f/b page
Sin Sity / Sin City / The City
Mike Edie - Lead vocals
Jim Sartori - Bass, vocals
Bob Sartori - Drums, vocals
Bill Burke - Guitars
Tim Comella - Guitars
The R Band
Badlands (Pretty cool video... read the entries below also!)
(And here's a follow up on that first video... very cool again!)
|Here's the band on stage at JJ Rockers from that benefit show for Louie|
I didn't know Louie personally but he always
kicked our asses when my friends and I
were in awe of Phantom's Opera
up on that fucking stage!
The Ticket Band
The Crosswind Band
The Ravin' Band
Dethslaker / Dreamer
Received a great email
from one of the founding members...
bass player David schwab
and wanted to share the info with you guys!
I just found your blog and was looking though all the newspaper listings and photos. Great stuff!
I was one of the founding members of Dreamer, but left the band (around 1978?) before they got more well known on the scene.
The band was originally called Dethslaker. We started out as a progressive rock band, playing Genesis, Yes, ELP, Gentle Giant, and so on.
The original members included Nic Luciano on guitar, who would later play with the Game and Phantoms Opera. You can also see his name on a lot of the artwork that was in the Aquarian, and he did the logos for Phantoms Opera, White Tiger, and others. Later on he was in the NJ cover band Lost in Place, which are still playing. I played bass with them for about 5 or 6 years.
The original singer in Dreamer was a guy by the name of Barry White. He moved up to Boston and became Barrence Whitfield (and the Savages). He was replaced by Anthony Racioppi, who would later sing with King Flux. Anthony was still playing in Dreamer fairly recently. I see their Facebook page is gone so…
The original keyboard player, who also played in the recent version of Dreamer, was Charlie Stoddard, of Uncle Floyd fame. At one point I quit the band, and they had another bassist (Bill Kreisel), who died in a car crash after a gig! So they asked me to rejoin.
I was the bass player, and Stephen Collins was the original drummer. Steve and I were childhood friends. Steve was unceremoniously kicked out of the band when we wanted a heavier sound, and was replaced by one of our roadies, Nick Ferro.
Around ’78 or so Nick and I wanted to play more punk/new wave type stuff, and we quit the band and formed the band the Jetsonz around 1979. We played around the NJ/NYC area, especially places like the Dirt club. We also opened for for acts like Billy Idol (at the Fast Lane), The Waitresses, Ebn Ozn, Violent Femms, and others.
About 10 years ago I joined a band with Nic Luciano and Charlie Stoddard called “Ironic Twist.” It didn’t last long enough for us to play any gigs!
The Whitewood Band
The Big Edsel Band
One Hand Clap