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Johnny Da Piedade, le producteur de l'émission Country "the Big Cactus Country Radio show" fort de 10 ans de succès auprès de ses 138 radios FM et Webradios partenaires, retourne aujourd'hui à sa première passion, le Rock !

Avec une émission baptisée BCC-Rock Radio show autrement dit Big Cactus Classic Rock Radio show. A L'écoute de BCC Rock vous allez vous replonger au coeur du "Classic Rock"! Celui des Hits des années 70 jusqu'à aujourd'hui. BCC-Rock c'est avant tout un programme spécialement constitué du meilleur du Rock formaté pour la Radio FM ou Webradio ! BCC-Rock c'est du Hard ou Heavy Rock, du Blues Rock , du Rock Progressif ou encore du Southern Rock en passant par quelques douceurs avec les sons de cote Ouest des USA. Sans oublier tout le gratin du Rock FM Californien des années 80 / 90 mixés avec les meilleurs groupes de la scène Rock FM revival scandinave et Britannique qui assurent la relève avec un style musical rebaptisé "AOR ou Melodic Rock. BCC-Rock c'est 4 fois 14 minutes de Rock calibré pour la radio avec 50% de nouveautés à savourer bien souvent en avant première, 25% de Hits et Classiques du Rock et 25% de groupes à découvrir d'urgence ici !
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  • BLABBERMOUTH.NET Nov 18, 2018 | 14:51 pm

    SOUNDGARDEN Guitarist On Upcoming CHRIS CORNELL Tribute Concert: 'I Suppose It Will Be Somewhat Anxious' A benefit concert in memory of late SOUNDGARDEN and AUDIOSLAVE frontman Chris Cornell, billed as "I Am The Highway: A Tribute To Chris Cornell", will take place at the Forum in Los Angeles on January 16, 2019. Hosted by Jimmy Kimmel, the show will feature performances from FOO FIGHTERS and METALLICA, as well as appearances from Cornell's former bandmates in SOUNDGARDEN, AUDIOSLAVE, TEMPLE OF THE DOG and more.Speaking to Forbes, SOUNDGARDEN guitarist Kim Thayil said about the event: "I suppose it will be somewhat anxious. SOUNDGARDEN didn't initially corral this lineup for a project. It was driven by booking agents and Chris's wife Vicky, who really wanted to organize this, and our management. I'm sure it will be just fine and we'll be able to deal with it just fine."The lineup was put together by Vicky, management and the booking agents all with our approval," he continued. "The only people on the bill are people that SOUNDGARDEN members approved of."They were looking for people the band had a history with, Chris had a history with and people who were supportive of us over our careers and fans of ours who could do some of this material justice."Asked if there are particular songs that he would be excited to play that night, Thayil said: "I think Matt [Cameron], Ben [Shepherd] and I will collectively decide which songs we'll throw our best fist forward."Kim added that he is excited about getting to perform some of the SOUNDGARDEN music again. "I'm looking forward to doing some of these songs with Marcus Durant, who is the singer with this MC50 project we're doing."Proceeds from the show will benefit the the Chris And Vicky Cornell Foundation as well as the Epidermolysis Bullosa Medical Research Foundation (EBMRF).Cornell was pronounced dead on May 18, 2017 after being found unresponsive in his Detroit hotel room. SOUNDGARDEN had played a show earlier that evening. The 52-year-old had sedatives and an anxiety drug in his system, but died as a result of hanging himself.

  • BLABBERMOUTH.NET Nov 18, 2018 | 14:03 pm

    MEGADETH leader Dave Mustaine was interviewed for the latest episode of the "Rock Talk With Mitch Lafon" podcast. You can now listen to the chat below. A couple of excerpts follow (transcribed by BLABBERMOUTH.NET).On what new MEGADETH drummer Dirk Verbeuren brings to the band:Mustaine: "The thing that Dirk brings to the band is this uncanny similarity to [late MEGADETH drummer] Gar Samuelson, and that, to me, is the best thing out of all of it. Whether he can play fast or not, he can, and whether he can play metal or not, he can, and whether he can play jazz or not, he totally can. And it's been so long… You know, Nick [Menza, late MEGADETH drummer] was great, but Gar had something Nick didn't. Nick was a metal kind of jazz guy. Gar was… he was an innovator. Dirk, to me, is like the ghost of Gar Samuelson; it's really crazy. And, unfortunately, both those drummers [Gar and Nick], they're no longer with us to have them do a drum-off, so I can say, 'See, I told ya.' But I'm flattered to have been graced with such great drummers in the first place."On MEGADETH's plan to stage a new festival called Kegadeth next year:Mustaine: "I don't know that we're announcing that yet, but it's real. We were gonna be doing it at the beginning of 2019, but when the Ozzy thing [MEGADETH's recently announced North American tour as the support act for Ozzy Osbourne] came, we pushed it back. We did have the dates lined up, we had the buildings held and everything. So we're just moving it back. We're gonna have an announcement on when the dates are. But, basically, it's a craft-beer-meets-metal festival. We've got a bunch of really great facilities held and we've got our eyes on some terrific bands. The thing is, it's only two days a week; it's four weekends in a row. So we've gotta find bands that can actually pull something like that off, because to have a band out on tour for 25 days and to only play eight or nine of those dates with us, they're gonna have to find other stuff to do. And we strongly encourage that, 'cause we want the festival to be great for everybody and have a bunch of really great bands. There's a lot of logistic stuff that needs to be worked out, and we're real close to hammering all that out. The Ozzy thing came as something that was really, really great for us; I don't know anybody in their mind that would turn it down. So we accepted it and just moved Kegadeth back a a little bit."On whether seeing artists like KISS and Ozzy Osbourne announce their farewell tours has made him think about MEGADETH eventually calling it quits:Mustaine: "KISS is one of those bands that we love, because they say they're gonna go away and they don't. I love the band. I know that they've broken up, they've gone away, they've retired probably as many times as Ozzy said 'No More Tours.' I think there's a 'No More Tours 10' coming up or something like that. But I don't want them to stop playing; I never want Ozzy to stop playing. I'm a music fan. The thought of Ozzy not playing music, to me, is incomprehensible. When I see my peers and my contemporaries, my friends, the guys that are in my world, I don't think of them doing anything but playing music…"I kind of look at it like this: There are people in the music world that I think probably should hang it up. But it's not for me to say. And I would hate for someone to tell me, 'Dave, you're too old,' or, 'You shouldn't be doing this anymore.' I think that that's a pretty mean thing to say to somebody. But I, myself, I'll know when I can't do it. If it gets too hard to sing and play at the same time, I won't do it anymore. I've already had to have my neck put back together from headbanging, so I don't really know how much more the old skeleton can take. But until then, I'm gonna keep doing my job every day and I'm gonna do it as best as I can."MEGADETH's tour with Ozzy Osbourne will kick off on May 29 in Atlanta, Georgia and conclude on July 29 in Los Angeles, California.

  • BLABBERMOUTH.NET Nov 18, 2018 | 13:04 pm

    During a recent interview with Ultimate Guitar, former OZZY OSBOURNE guitarist Jake E. Lee spoke about his replacement, Zakk Wylde, who has been playing with the BLACK SABBATH singer, on and off, for more than 30 years."I think Zakk's an incredible guitar player," Jake said. "I like his playing. I have little bit of a problem with his pinch harmonics... [Laughs] which everybody does. But apparently he likes them and that's part of his playing."He's a great guitar player," Jake continued. "I mean, shit, 'No More Tears' — he plays slide in the verse. I never would have thought of that. It's so unique and awesome. I think only he could have ever done that."I think he ended up being a better fit with Ozzy than I ever was. Although I'll say he would have never worked right away, despite the fact that he would have been too young. I don't think his style of playing or even his look would work immediately after Randy [Rhoads], because it would have been a little bit too similar. And what Ozzy needed right after Randy was something different but as good in a different way. At least visually, I was completely different from Randy. And playing-wise, I was fairly different from Randy too. And [Ozzy] had to have something like that to establish himself as a credible presence on the music scene, not depending on any one particular guitar player or even style or look. So I do think I was the perfect guy to come in after Randy. And I do think Zakk was the perfect guy to come in after me. And he did it with a bang."I was hoping, a little piece of me was hoping [Ozzy's first album with Zakk, 1988's] 'No Rest For The Wicked' was gonna kind of suck," Jake admitted with a laugh. "You can't help it. You want to — 'Oh, look, he's not as good without me.' But it was an incredible record. And kudos to Zakk, he did a great job."Asked to name his favorite and least favorite Ozzy Osbourne guitarist, Jake said:"Um... No, I can't do that. I really don't like comparing guitar players. After you get to a certain level, it really is... Well, you did say favorite, you didn't say 'best.' [Laughs] Because best would be impossible. It all depends on your taste and personal preferences. Favorite... Well, Randy. I'm discounting myself, of course. Zakk's incredible and he's done some really good stuff, but Randy, for no other reason than that it was Ozzy's first thing out of SABBATH and Randy's style and playing really kicked it up to where he couldn't be ignored. And we don't get to hear anything else from Randy. So that makes it special for me."Lee, who was tapped by Ozzy to replace the late Rhoads in Osbourne's band, played on two Ozzy records: "Bark At The Moon" and 1986's "The Ultimate Sin".Jake and his band RED DRAGON CARTEL released a new album titled "Patina" on November 9.


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