Here is the full unedited interview with Paul O'Neill from the world famous Trans-Siberian Orchestra. Paul has a rich history in rock and roll and during this interview we discuss the origin of the band and it's musicians, their amazing success, and details on the upcoming shows here in Chicago at the Allstate Arena on Sunday December 28th at 3pm and 8pm.
Today, I recorded a fun video of myself playing the legendary Marines Hymn as a heavy metal guitar solo. Originally, this guitar solo video was made to salute the brave warriors of our armed services, and in celebration of the Marine Corp birthday. However, as several of my friends have mentioned, any day is a good day to thank our amazing veterans.
I'll try and make an mp3 audio version of the guitar track available as a free download.
I enjoy music of all kinds, and certainly respect musicians from all genres, which is one of the reason I TRIED to sit through another CMA award show last night.
On the good side, there were many great acts scheduled to perform "live" and I was looking forward to seeing how they all did. Live music is my favorite. Yes, many of the vocal performances were outstanding, but that's not my issue here.
Dice is back with the latest release of the ever so popular Battlefield series – Battlefield 4. I’ve been a fan of this series since I first played it on my PC, and really enjoyed the console version for the XBOX 360 due to the lack of hackers cheating the game play. To say that I was excited to try out this latest version is an understatement. It is my favorite go-to game on the XBOX 360.
We got a name and release date for the long anticipated album from Boston - Life, Love & Hope. 10 years in the making, a crazy long painful time for any artist, it looks like the new album is finally ready to be released.
"These are songs from the heart, each of them taking many months of effort to write, arrange, perform and record, always up to the demands of BOSTON's harshest critic, me. They have all been meticulously recorded to analogue tape on the same machines and equipment used for BOSTON's hits for the past 35 years." - Tom Scholz.