Punky Meadows and Frank DiMino – Return of the Fallen Angels!
Former Angel members Frank DiMino and Punky Meadows played a show together at Count’s Vamp’d on Friday, June 15, 2018, with Cyanide opening. Angel was a band ahead of their time. Dressed in all white with a sound that ranged from pop to progressive, they would’ve been more at home in the then-upcoming 80s […]
Punky Meadows Asks Vegas: Can You Feel It? Live on Stage at the Backstage Bar!
Angel. Signed to Casablanca Records after being “discovered” by none other than KISS’ Gene Simmons in a D.C. club. A progressive hard rock quintet that pared their sound down over the years to be more straight ahead. Even Frank Zappa had to acknowledge them by way of writing a song called “Punky’s Whips” about their […]
KISS Nothin’ to Lose – Book Chronicles the Band’s Early Formative Years!
You wanted the best, you got, well, about a thousand books. KISS is one of rock’s all-time great bands, but the result of this is that they have had more book releases than just about any other band out there. These books tend to be of hit and miss quality; ranging from numerous unauthorized books […]
The KISS Experience rocks the CasaBlanca Resort, Casino, Golf, & Spa 10/24/15
KISS. The name alone conjures up a very specific era for most fans. The original fearsome foursome. Paul Stanley, Gene Simmons, Peter Criss, and Ace Frehley. Many diehards cling to this lineup exclusively and may even dismiss virtually any works released after the revered Alive II. I’ve seen roughly a dozen KISS tribute bands […]
Live Without a Net – Angel’s First and Only Live Album Stands as One of Their Finest Works!
Amongst classic rock bands, Angel is one of the most criminally underrated. Signed to Casablanca Records alongside KISS, they were marketed as the extreme opposite – angelic figures dressed in all white, as opposed to the dark demons on the other side of the Casablanca coin. The band did have some modest mainstream […]