August Shows Not To Be Missed!

Hello Dear Friends,

I hope that all is well and that you're enjoying the very mild and glorious summer.

Here are 3 Shows in August Not To Be Missed at:
McLoones Supper Club
1200 Ocean Ave
Asbury Park NJ

Tuesday August 12: Clapton/Winwood Tribute

Tuesday August 19: Featuring JT Bowen Memphis To Motown Super Soul Night

Tuesday August 26: Featuring Joe Vitale and Very Special Guests

Joe Vitale, Drummer/Singer/Songwriter, has recorded and performed with The Eagles, Joe Walsh, CSNY, Neil Young, Peter Frampton and on and on...

We will be performing the best of all these great bands that Joe has performed with and written for.

Plus A Book Signing from his latest Book "BackStage Pass".

Most of you have probably heard of Joe Vitale, if you think that you haven't, just know that you have been listening to him on the radio and in concert for most of your adolescent and adult life....He is a drummer to be reckoned with.... He is co-writer with Joe Walsh on the Rock Classic "Rocky Mountain Way" and "Pretty Maids In A Row" from the Eagles' Hotel California Album. He has toured extensively with The Eagles, Joe Walsh, CSNY, Neil Young, Stephen Stills, Glenn Frey, Peter Frampton, Linda Ronstadt, John Fogerty, Buffalo Soringfield to name a just a few....

He's also recorded with everyone from John Lennon to The Eagles to Jackson Browne to Van Morrison and on and on and on.

Don't miss this incredibly special night of classic music that Joe has participated in, plus a Book Signing from his latest book of amazing stories from the road and in the studio titled "Backstage Pass".

This will be one of the finest tuesdays ever and you never know who's gonna show up to join in the party!


Never Say Never

In 1992 I wrote a song called "How much longer is forever" with Freddie Curci and Steve Demarchi from the band Alias(Formerly known as Sheriff).

Their first #1 U.S. hit "When I'm With You" was in 1987.

Their second hit was in 1990 "More than Words" as Alias.

They went into the studio with producer John Jansen to record their second album in 1992 for EMI records.

If you recall that was the same year that The Seattle Grunge Sound took the industry by storm and Alias's fully produced album was shelved and never released. (I'm sure many other bands suffered this fate as well.)

A couple of weeks ago my manager Barry Bergman got a call from EMI that they are now releasing the Alias CD. 17 years later.

Crazy ass business that we're in. I just got a copy of the CD appropriately named Never Say Never and I must say (taking into consideration that it's 17 years old) it sounds great.


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