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BLUE MURDER Reunion In The Works?

Eddie Trunk of the "Friday Night Rocks" radio show on New York's Q104.3 FM announced on his program Friday night (February 9) that a BLUE MURDER comeback consisting of all original bandmembers is being planned and that he is personally involved in putting a reunion concert together. Although Trunk was sure to point out that ...

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HEAVEN AND HELL: New VINNY APPICE Audio Interview Posted Online

TalkingMetal.com has posted episode 127 of its "Talking Metal" podcast. In part two of their BLACK SABBATH coverage, hosts Mark Strigl and John Ostronomy are joined in the studio by guest host C.C. Banana. The episode features a new 20-minute interview "Talking Metal" conducted with legendary drummer Vinny Appice. Interview topics include HEAVEN AND HELL, ...

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SCORPIONS Drummer, TOMMY LEE's Sister To Release KOTTAK Debut

On September 12, 2006, Escapi Music — home to BODY COUNT, DIRTY RIG, WARRIOR SOUL, CACTUS, MAHAVATAR, DISSECTION and THE CARMINE APPICE PROJECT — will release the debut recording of KOTTAK (formerly KRUNK), entitled "therupy". Fronted by singer/songwriter/guitarist Jimmy Ratchitt, who, in another life, as James Kottak, drummed for KINGDOM COME and, for the last ...

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CARMINE APPICE Says SHARON OSBOURNE Is 'Ruthless'

Blasting-Zone.com recently conducted an in-depth interview with legendary drummer Carmine Appice (VANILLA FUDGE, CACTUS, BECK, BOGERT & APPICE, ROD STEWART, KING KOBRA, OZZY OSBOURNE). Several excerpts follow: Blasting-Zone.com: Any truth to the rumors that you auditioned to replace Peter Criss in KISS? Carmine: "No. I never auditioned for KISS. There were rumors that ...

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VANILLA FUDGE Recording LED ZEPPELIN Covers Album

Launch Radio Networks reports: VANILLA FUDGE are in southern California this week, recording an album of LED ZEPPELIN covers. Drummer Carmine Appice gave Launch the scoop on what the band is doing. "Basically, we rearranged some songs — we're doing a lot of their stuff FUDGE style, you know? Some of it is slowed down, ...

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