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Video: JOE LYNN TURNER Performs At Finland's LANKAFEST

Video: JOE LYNN TURNER Performs At Finland's LANKAFEST

Video footage of former RAINBOW and DEEP PURPLE singer Joe Lynn Turner performing on July 9 at the LankaFest in Puolanka Finland can be seen below.

Joe Lynn Turner recently slammed Ritchie Blackmore for the guitarist’s decision to go out and perform classic DEEP PURPLE and RAINBOW material with a new group musicians instead of reforming RAINBOW with a more “authentic” lineup.

Regarding why he thinks Ritchie has chosen to go out with a whole new RAINBOW lineup instead of bringing back some of the musicians who played on the band’s classic records, Joe said: “The first thing I think I can say is that he’s been misguided by people around him. That’s what I really believe. I believe he’s been misguided, and I believe he trusts these people and I think that he made a mistake doing this.”

He continued: “I wanted an authentic reunion. I wanted guys from Doogie [White] and Graham [Bonnet] and [bassist] Bob Daisley and [drummer Bobby] Rondinelli, and all these guys, and I wanted to have a RAINBOW extravaganza, because there are a lot of fans that love RAINBOW that still haven’t even seen RAINBOW, and this would be the ticket for them — you know, maybe a two-hour extravaganza. So I guess the people, his advisers or whoever, could not sell him that particular [idea], or maybe they never even told him that. I actually have a feeling that he was not full of the information at the time, because certain things have come to pass that sort of indicated that he didn’t know about it, to me.”

Joe was the singer of RAINBOW between 1980 and 1984 and he sang on the album “Difficult To Cure”, which featured the band’s most successful U.K. single, “I Surrender”.

During Turner‘s time with RAINBOW, the band had its first USA chart success and recorded songs that helped define the melodic rock genre.

Blackmore was joined at the recent RAINBOW gigs by LORDS OF BLACK singer Ronnie Romero, STRATOVARIUS keyboardist Jens Johansson, BLACKMORE’S NIGHT drummer David Keith and bassist Bob Nouveau (a.k.a. Robert “Bob” Curiano, ex-BLACKMORE’S NIGHT).

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Video: JOE LYNN TURNER Performs At Finland's LANKAFEST
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20 Years Ago: The Black Crowes Experiment With 'Three Snakes and One Charm'

20 Years Ago: The Black Crowes Experiment With 'Three Snakes and One Charm'

After losing commercial steam with ‘Amorica,’ the Black Crowes tried out some new ideas on ‘Three Snakes and One Charm.’

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20 Years Ago: The Black Crowes Experiment With 'Three Snakes and One Charm'
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20 Years Ago: The Black Crowes Experiment With 'Three Snakes and One Charm'

20 Years Ago: The Black Crowes Experiment With 'Three Snakes and One Charm'

After losing commercial steam with ‘Amorica,’ the Black Crowes tried out some new ideas on ‘Three Snakes and One Charm.’

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20 Years Ago: The Black Crowes Experiment With 'Three Snakes and One Charm'
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SIXX:A.M.: Watch Swedish Tour Mini-Documentary

SIXX:A.M.: Watch Swedish Tour Mini-Documentary

In June 2016, SIXX:A.M. — the band featuring MÖTLEY CRÜE bassist Nikki Sixx alongside guitarist DJ Ashba and vocalist James Michael — toured Sweden for the first time. The trek included a headlining performance at the Gröna Lund amusement park in Stockholm as well as an appearance at the Sweden Rock Festival. The four-minute clip below, dubbed “The Damned Of Scandinavia”, contains footage shot on that tour (courtesy of RockSverige.se).

The first volume of “Prayers For The Damned”, the new double album from SIXX:A.M., was released on April 29 via Eleven Seven Music.

The second leg of the SIXX:A.M. world tour will kick off with an extensive Canadian run this September followed by a stop in Japan, and ending the year with a massive U.S. tour with FIVE FINGER DEATH PUNCH and SHINEDOWN, starting in October.

In a recent interview with Guitar World magazine, Sixx spoke about what keeps him motivated to write and record new music with SIXX:A.M.. He said: “I understand why people would say, ‘Well, he was in a huge band, he made a lot of money, now he should just get fat and go to sleep.’ But here’s the thing: writing new music, being in a great band, pushing myself as an artist, having a musical brotherhood, all of that is exciting to me. The idea of not doing it anymore would be painful.”

He continued: “Look, man. I’m not trying to be macabre or morose, but I’m on the dark side of 50, right? There’s more years behind me than in front of me. I know that. So my question to you is, knowing that truth, should I just stop? Or… should I run faster?”

Sixx also stressed that the two “Prayers For The Damned” efforts are not concept albums. At least, not exactly. “The answer is yes and the answer is also no,” Sixx said. “There’s definitely some glue — for instance, DJ designed the artwork to both records, and the covers will actually fit together and make one piece of art. And the last song on ‘Prayers’, ‘Rise Of The Melancholy Empire’, how it ends is also sort of the way the first song on the next one begins. But, are there recurring themes like with [THE WHO‘s] ‘Tommy’ or ‘Quadrophenia’? No. But that said, we recorded both albums at the same time, so, sonically, there’s a definite consistency there.”

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