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  1. New album out in February: Tracklist 01. Rock 'N' Roll 02. Go Man Go (Album Version) 03. Our Love Will Change The World 04. Social Debris 05. $1000 High Heel Shoes 06. Hail Mary 07. Detroit City 2021 (Album Version) 08. Drunk And In Love 09. Independence Dave 10. I Hate You 11. Wonderful World 12. Sister Anne (Album Version) 13. Hanging On By A Thread (Don't Give Up) 14. Shut Up And Rock 15. East Side Story (Album Version)
  2. http://i190.photobucket.com/albums/z33/bfwgjma/Bucky%20Bikes%20the%20Bay%20Sept%2019%202009/me%20and%20Alice%20C._zpsibp0wbdq.jpg I regret never knowing Mr. Wagner while he was alive but I've come to know his work and to realize that the "The Maestro of Rock" is one we ALL know....even if we don't know that we know his work. Dick started with The Frost in the late '60s (a Grande Ballroom "house" performer). He composed and played with Alice Cooper, was a credited player with Lou Reed (that amazing intro and lead on Sweet Jane on the live "Rock n Roll Animal) and a session lead who sat in on recordings for at least KISS and Aerosmith while their band-member leads were too zonked out to make it to the studio (Get Your Wings and DESTROYER!)...probably others. If you are a fan of classic rock, you HAVE heard him play and/or heard his compositions performed by big-name artists. I met the wife of the modern-day Dick Wagner Band's guitar player and have since gotten to know Ray. I am sure that I never would have gotten to know and love Dick Wagner the guitar player and composer if I hadn't met Sue but I'm sure glad that I did. If I hadn't met her, I'd never have become a fan of this great musician and all of his spectacular work... So, now you know... Rock ON!!! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qQxTIre9354
  3. More from RushIsABand website about Alex's appearance at Alice Cooper's golf benefit earlier this week- (thanks RIAB-more details on their site!) "There was a Rock and Roll Vampire Bash in connection with the golf tournament Sunday evening from 4:30-10PM which included Live Entertainment on the PCS Stage with Alice Cooper and friends, including Alex Lifeson, Danny Seraphine (Chicago), Tommy Thayer (KISS), Frank Sidoris (Slash), and Neal Smith (Alice Cooper). The Arizona Republic posted a review along with some photos to their website this past Monday and gave some details regarding what songs were performed and who performed them: ... [Cooper] and Frank Sidoris took the stage, Cooper announcing "Tonight, we're a cover band" before leading the band in a spirited version of "(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction," after which he did a brilliant parody of Mick Jagger's stage movie. Then, they brought out Seraphine and Thayer to "go back even further than 'Satisfaction,'" as Cooper put it, on a ragged but raucous rendition of Chuck Berry's "Johnny B. Goode" that definitely played to Thayer's strengths on that Gibson Les Paul as Alice and Dash shared vocal duty. Thayer was even better suited to the next song, Kiss' "Rock and Roll All Nite," on which also sang. As someone who grew up on Cooper and Kiss, I can't tell you how surreal it was to see Cooper singing "Rock and Roll All Nite." Maybe all those arguments my brother and I used to have over which of those artists was better back in grade school (I was Team Alice) could have been resolved with, "You don't have to choose." Who knew? Of course, the fact that Lifeson was also on stage playing "Rock and Roll All Nite" would probably strike more people as surreal. But Lifeson looked like he was loving every minute of it. Zelisko joined the fun for "Wild Thing," which rocked and included a jaw-dropping solo from Lifeson and Seraphine rocking more like a garage-rock fan than a veteran of Chicago. When the song was over, Cooper proudly noted, "That's what bar bands do." ..." Entire newspaper article and lots of photos at http://www.azcentral...feson/83503540/ There's also a (pretty fuzzy) Youtube video of the "band" and Alex doing "Wild Thing" below the photos! :P http://i425.photobucket.com/albums/pp338/plantfan40/635971801567723688-alice-cooper-concert-1026.jpg http://i425.photobucket.com/albums/pp338/plantfan40/635971801566631681-alice-cooper-concert-931.jpg http://i425.photobucket.com/albums/pp338/plantfan40/635971801568659694-alice-cooper-concert-366.jpg
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