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Plant and Page at the Summit 1995

Dec 13, 2013 2 Comments by

Plant and Page at the Summit 1995 by Joseph Terrazas What A Delight The Last Time I saw these two guys together, was at Tampa Florida May 5th 1973. Second Largest Concert Only to The Beatles At Shea Stadium in 1965. But it was only Plant And Page as Bonham had died in 1980 and some […]

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Eric Johnson “One of the Most Respected Guitarist on The Planet”

Jul 17, 2013 1 Comment by

Eric Johnson “One of the Most Respected Guitarist on The Planet”, He’s considered a new age Musician – The Definition of New Age Music – music includes both electronic forms, frequently relying on sustained synth Pads, or long sequences-based runs, and acoustic forms,

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Peter Max showcasing his work in Houston

Sep 05, 2012 5 Comments

I always have enjoyed his art and was thrilled to see Peter Max showcasing his work in Houston at one of the nations top shopping Venues,”The Galleria”.

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Jethro Tull-2000’s Music Still holds up

Aug 08, 2012 1 Comment

It was a much smaller venue then at their 25Th Anniversary show 7 years before (about 12,000 people less), but I’ve always been a big Tull fan and at least I could hear his stories on what influenced certain songs. And is was nice the see that Jethro Tull-2000’s Music Still holds up.Ian Anderson formed […]

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Dead Can Dance – Just blew me away

Jul 09, 2012 No Comments

Dead Can Dance, also known as DCD, I first heard them on a cable T. V. music  network something like the Loft or Cafe Stop, the song was “American Dreaming” by  Brendan Perry, it was a great Acoustic guitar song with heavy percussion in it. I started researching them after that and bought  the CD […]

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Eric Clapton remains a guitar god

Jul 05, 2012 2 Comments


It takes a brave man, or maybe a fool, to play air guitar in the same room as Eric Clapton. But there he was, Section 105, Row 5, Seat 5, enthusiastically rocking out to Tell the Truth, the Derek and the Dominos tune that launched Clapton’s two-hour set Friday at the Toyota Center. The guy […]

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Page and Plant – Their Unleaded Tour

Mar 02, 2012 4 Comments

by Joseph Terrazas Their Unleaded Tour (Unleaded, Meaning they didn’t bother bringing long time Bassist, John Paul Jones??? ) Early into the show Page seemed to be content to play second fiddle to Plant as he set the direction early on, until Page broke loose with Heartbreaker, then solo after solo. He displayed the daredevil chops […]

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Emilie Autumn Liddell “Victoriandustrial”

Feb 22, 2012 No Comments

by Joseph Terrazas Emilie Autumn Liddell. Born In Los Angeles 1979 is An American songwriter, poet, and violinist. The style of which she has alternatively labeled as “Victoriandustrial”. She began playing the violin at age 4, and left regular school at the age of 9, with her goal of becoming a world-class violinist. She practiced […]

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The Firm Concert a flashback to late ’60s 

Feb 14, 2012 1 Comment

by Joseph Terrazas They’re barely two albums old, but the Firm’s concert Monday night at Houston’s The Summit was a flashback to the late ’60’s and early ’70’s: grinding British power blues, plenty of soloing ,was Heavy, for a relatively small crowd of some 8,000. The Firm,  “Super group” great combination of talents. Jimmy Page and Paul Rogers (From Free and […]

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Peter Gabriel – And it Did Rain, Not Red Though

Feb 04, 2012 1 Comment

by Joseph Terrazas Houston, TX Woodlands Pavilion Was a nice evening for a concert, a 25 years old pop musician from Uzbekistasn, Sevara Nazarkhan, opened up for Mr. Gabriel. She was playing a stringed instrument called the dutar a 15th century 2 stringed instrument that is plucked and not strummed and has a voice that […]

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