Tag: James Kottak
Kingdom Come – The Kottak Attack Invades Las Vegas!
Kingdom Come played Vamp’d on October 5, 2018, with support acts Garden of Eden and Crash Midnight. Kingdom Come was a moderately popular band in the late 80s/early 90s, touring with many of the biggest acts in the world at the time. Their Led Zeppelin-influenced sound had its share of supporters and detractors alike. Well […]
Femme Fatale and Leona X – Bad Ass Rocker Babes on the Stage at Vamp’d Vegas!
Femme Fatale was one of the many great bands that had so much potential in the latter half of the 1980s, but record company politics and behind the scenes goings on prevented them from spreading their wings and achieving mainstream success. The group released one album in 1988 which featured some minor hits, […]
Moment of Glory – Scorpions with the Berlin Philharmonic!
Rock and orchestra experiments are nothing new; it seems like something that continues to be attempted over the years by assorted acts in various genres. The Scorpions surprised the world in 2000 when they recorded Moment of Glory with the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra, rerecording and revisiting some classic tunes with classical style accompaniment; […]
Return to Forever – New Scorpions Album is a Mediocre Affair that Does Not Rise to the Heights of Other More Recent Efforts by the Legendary German Rockers
Having begun life in 1965 in Germany, the Scorpions are one of the longest lasting rock and roll bands in the world. Since that point in time, the group has always been active, in widely varying lineups and styles, having released their debut record coming out in 1972. When the group got an […]