This week is flying by. What in the hell? The good thing is I am becoming very productive this week. I had to crack the whip on the staff here, let them have free reign on the net and you will be amazed at what these guys will find. We have been working on a lot of reviews so hopefully over the next few days you will see more reviews posted. Sometimes you just have to lay down the law or block the porn sites for a few hours. I won't take it completely away because, hey, I need a break in the day too. I did spend sometime with the new Tom Petty CD Mojo and I will be posting my review of that disc tomorrow. Today posted a new review from the band Moth Eater, be on the look out for these guys out of New York. They will definitely give you a kick in groin.
The Video of the Day today from Judas Priest back in 2008, continuing our live theme for the week. Rob Halford still has a killer voice. I don't know how he's been able to do it all these years. I don't believe there will ever be another vocalist that will be able to sing like he does for over 30 years.
The best vocalists in music today still have to be the veterans. Bruce Dickinson, Geoff Tate and Rob Halford. I don't know of any singers today who could hold their jocks. If you can think of some please chime in.
Lastly today I've been going through some old tapes from days past when I was on the air from Roanoke, VA. Those days were good times. It was just one big party. I am pretty sure everyone on the staff could throw down and party, some more than others, but it was a blast. I will never forget those days. I haven't heard it in a few years, but the last time I did there was definitely a different vibe there. Between 96-99 and you tuned in you could tell we were having a good f*cking time on the air. You don't hear that these days on the radio. You might in some small market, but corporate radio but the end to that. Not to mention how could you not have a good time in the moonshine capital of the world, broadcasting out of a doublewide trailer, in the hood. Oh yea, and there were no locks on the doors either. I think that's why I had to go in and have some beers with me.