WOW. good stuff peeps! in no particular order (and probably missing some) Burton Cummings Randy Bachman Sloan (x...3?) Wide Mouth Mason (many times) Danko Jones (x2) Headstones Gob Jet Set Satellite Robin Black (heh heh) By Divine Right Goo Goo Dolls Rahzel Treble Charger The Trews
Oh man, total brain fart....I thought there was more...?
You know what, I'm not a huge fan of Hip-Hop...maybe it's that I'm a white girl from the suburbs and stuff...or maybe just because I'm a rock chick at heart, but I was completely amazing at seeing Rahzel live...like, anyone can just rap. This guy raps, freestyles, and does the beat, among other things....beatboxing is where it's at.
Rahzel is a very talented individual. I'm glad you got a chance to hear him and be exposed to a tiny part of hip hop. I like when I hear people giving hip hop a chance because I find so much of the culture and music is so misunderstood ( maybe it's because I was raised in the "ghetto" i.e poverty- that I hold the art form so true to my heart). It's not all good though, and it's not all bad it's like every other genre. I'm not going to preach though..lol...just happy to hear!
Post by madguitarist on Nov 27, 2005 3:00:01 GMT -5
I met Jake E. Lee and the guys in King's X. They're a kick ass band by the way, and just released a new album called "Ogre Tunes". Also got to chat a little with Steve Vai at a strip club, but kept getting distracted (naked women have that effect on me, even when sitting next to rock guitar royalty).