Tag: Trixter

  • Tokyo Motor Fist – Frontiers Records Returns With A New Surprise Supergroup!

    Tokyo Motor Fist – Frontiers Records Returns With A New Surprise Supergroup!

    Tokyo Motor Fist is the new supergroup combining the talents of vocalist Ted Poley (Danger Danger), guitarist Steve Brown (Trixter), bassist Greg Smith (Ted Nugent Band) and drummer Chuck Burgi (Rainbow). Their first album will be released on February 24, 2017. These are four musicians I am always curious to hear new material from, so […]

  • Zenon’s Best of 2016 Live Shows!

    Zenon’s Best of 2016 Live Shows!

    Best performance of the year by a local original band TailGun I’d heard rumblings about these guys for quite awhile. And I certainly knew that their front man Dru Jaxin brought the goods both vocally and stage presence-wise. But it wasn’t until he kindly slapped down their debut album on CD for me to have […]

  • Trixter Gives it to Vamp’d Good!

    Trixter Gives it to Vamp’d Good!

    By 1989, there was a glut of hard rock/pop metal acts cluttering up the musical landscape, some of which tickled my fancy, others for whatever reason seemed to be also-ran pale imitations of mighty original bands who had their own unmistakable style/image. Every month one of the major national rags covering the scene featured at […]

  • Joe Lynn Turner – Still Stone Cold on the Street of Dreams!

    Joe Lynn Turner – Still Stone Cold on the Street of Dreams!

    Joe Lynn Turner, best known for his stints in Rainbow and Deep Purple, is still active in the music business, and making a mark on his followers. To this day, the legendary vocalist is continuing to do his own thing, having recently recorded new records with Rated X and Sunstorm. In fact, it is with […]

  • Trixter – New Jersey Rockers Prove Why They are Still One in a Million!

    Trixter – New Jersey Rockers Prove Why They are Still One in a Million!

    It has been a quarter century since Trixter released their self-titled 1990 debut album, but Paramus, New Jersey’s finest sons are still going strong, recording and playing to audiences all over. Grunge and alternative rock’s rise in the 90s may have prevented the band from getting the full-on mainstream acceptance that they deserved, but it […]