Tag: Brian Robertson

THIN LIZZY To Open For JUDAS PRIEST For Fall North American Tour

It’s almost impossible to find a modern day hard rock/heavy metal band that doesn’t list Thin Lizzy as an influence.  So the band couldn’t have picked a better time to launch an arena tour, opening for Judas Priest on their farewell “Epitaph Tour.” Comprised of a kick ass line-up featuring such Phil Lynott-era Lizzies as …

METALLICA, LEMMY, WHITESNAKE, THIN LIZZY Featured In GOLDMINE’s ‘Heavy Metal’ Issue

Grab your neck brace and call the chiropractor: It’s time to bang your head with Goldmine magazine’s May 2011 heavy metal issue, on newsstands now. With the anniversaries of METALLICA‘s “Master Of Puppets” and “The Black Album,” celebrated author Mick Wall takes a closer look at the world’s most popular heavy-metal band. Plus, you’ll get …

BRIAN ROBERTSON and KINGDOM COME: Full Album Listening Party via AOL

Brian Robertson and Kingdom Come are having their albums released by SPV/Steamhammer tomorrow!  Here’s the breakdown on each: Robertson, who has been part of Thin Lizzy and Motorhead, is releasing “Diamonds and Dirt” which will be his first solo release. Kingdom Come will also be releasing “Rendered Waters”. AOL Music is being uber cool by  …

THIN LIZZY: ‘Bad Reputation’ Documentary To Air Tonight On BBC

A THIN LIZZY documentary, “Bad Reputation”, is set to air tonight at 21:00 GMT on BBC4 in the U.K. Directed/produced by Linda Brusasco, the film’s official description reads as follows: Affectionate but honest portrait of THIN LIZZY, arguably the best hard rock band to come out of Ireland. Starting with the remix of the classic …

Classic Album Review

Every now and then, I will be doing classic album reviews, just so newcomers to this wonderful scene that is Rock and Metal, can understand about the music we grew up with, and possibly check out the albums, and broaden their own horizons. Now, what is a classic album? Is it one that has stood …

Gary Moore and Friends – One Night In Dublin: A Tribute to Phil Lynott

Like we mentioned in our review of their recently unearthed 1977 live album, Thin Lizzy were one of the most influential hard rock bands ever to grace a stage. With this sentiment in mind, former TH guitarist and blues rock great, Gary Moore got together with a cast of stellar musicians in Dublin, Ireland on …

VH1 Classic Records Releases Obscure Live Album From Thin Lizzy

VH1 Classic Records has just released THIN LIZZY’s Still Dangerous: Live At The Tower Theatre Philadelphia 1977. This newly discovered live album, featuring the quintessential Lizzy lineup-Phil Lynott, lead vocals/bass; Scott Gorham, guitar; Brian Robertson, guitar; Brian Downey, drums-showcases the band at the height of its prodigious powers. Guitarist Gorham remembers the discovery of these …

Thin Lizzy – Still Dangerous: Live at the Tower Theater Philadelphia 1977

In the States, THIN LIZZY was criminally overlooked both during their original run and posthumously. Sure, giants like Guns N’ Roses have sung the Irish band’s praises throughout the years but their record sales never came reached the level their influential music justly deserved. This week the folks at VH1 Classic Records released a recently …

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