Again, a short but sweet review and some kick ass pictures RIGHT HERE!!
HERE you can read a review from the show in Kansas City, and some very nice piccies for your viewing pleasure. You can also click the picture below to get to the article.
HERE you can read some excerpts from an inteview with Dave on Blabbermouth. The story about the past has some serious flaws sadly enough. But, all in all, a intereseting read.
There is a website called IconPix. Some known photographers have their pictures posted there. All the images are watermarked. But I thought it might be fun for you Y&T afficionados to see some really great pictures, even if they are watermarked heavily. Follow the link above or click the image below.
As published on Arron Leigh’s Facebook ;
Now, that is a nice line-up!
Nice to see fly Away being back in the setlist !
Fresno, Tower Theater, January 20th
On Facebook John Nymann gave some background information on the recently released Acoustic Classix volume I CD. Maybe some of you like to get this background information;
Hi Mike KT! Glad you are enjoying the new cd! When we were finishing up Euro/UK tour last year, Aaron mentioned we should do some acoustic versions of Y&T tunes when we got home. We got together and at rehearsal studio and just jammed thru different songs to see which ones worked. Some that we thought would work, didn’t, and Black Tiger and Barroom Boogie did! (with Vanderhule’s new cool groove on it) Contagious was a last minute decision in the recording studio! Just as we were starting to record the other one (save that for Vol. 2) Aaron tapped me on the shoulder and said, Dave is calling an audible, we are doing Contagious. Ha ha! I think we cut it in one take! We had fun doing this, and I think Dave’s vocal performance on Summertime Girls and Barroom are fantastic. And his solo guitar playing as well on Nylon string and steel string acoustic guitars. Not normally his thing, but a nice twist on Y&T tunes, I think. Here is some more info for you. That is my new Gibson J15 acoustic guitar on the cover and my old Marshall speaker cabinet. Dave’s 1974 Marshall MKII Super Lead amp from the early Y&T days!
And of course, the glass of Meniketti Forever Pinot Noir wine