Ryan Roxie is an American guitarist, singer/songwriter best known as a solo artist and for his guitar work with Alice Cooper and Slash's Snakepit.. Roxie was born in Sacramento and grew up in the East Bay in Pleasanton. Ryan's father, used to play trumpet and his mother was a drummer in her high school marching band. Around age five Roxie was more interested in drums, it wasn't until he was around twelve that he started taking guitar seriously. Roxie learned to play guitar from an old record player and invented his own form of scratching, going through many records in the process, picking out guitar parts, he was influenced by albums like Van Halen and has had many guitar heroes including Brian May from Queen, Steve Stevens, Elliot Easton from The Cars, Neil Geraldo from Pat Benatar and Rick Nielsen of Cheap Trick. Candy were a band featuring original members Kyle Vincent, Jonathan Daniel, John Schubert, guitarist Geoff Siegel. Gilby Clarke replaced Siegel after 6 months, they had an album release in 1985 titled.
That year, Gilby Clarke replaced Kyle Vincent as lead vocalist, guitarist Roxie joined the lineup. After Gilby parted to form his own band Kill for Thrills the rest of the guys joined up with new lead vocalist Shane and became the Electric Angels. Roxie formed Electric Angels with Jonathan Daniel and drummer John Schubert, they moved to New York. The show they are signed at is opening for Dogs D'amour and Mother Love Bone and their self-titled album is released in 1990 produced by Tony Visconti; the band works on a second album to be called New York Times but is dropped by Atlantic before it is released. Between'94 and'96 Roxie worked with various artists, he provided guitar on Gilby Clarke's albums, Pawnshop Guitars, The Hangover and Rubber. Roxie lent his guitar styling to the un-credited work with Tal Bachman. Roxie's guitar work is displayed on the hit single. Roxie played guitar on James Michael's Inhale release as well. In 2000 Roxie wrote and recorded on Slash's Snakepit's second album Ain't Life Grand.
In 1997 Roxie joined up with long-time friends drummer Mike Fasano and bassist Will Effertz and created the band Dad's Porno Mag. After Effertz left, guitarist Keri Kelli and bassist Stefan Adika joined; the album was released on Wax-Tone Records. This item was re-released in 2000 from Robinson Records. Produced by Jim Mitchell of Ugly Kid Joe fame and Mark Schulman with additional production by Alex Woltman and friend Gilby Clarke; the album has fourteen tracks and one special hidden track entitled "My Bad Knee" on track 77. It is available at this site: Roxie began working with Alice Cooper in 1996 after a few good words were put in for him by Gilby and a shady character known as'Bobby from Mates' while proving himself in an audition, he was offered a'one year tour' playing with Alice. His first show with the Cooper band was at Sammy Hagar's Cabo Wabo club in Cabo San Lucas. In 1999, Roxie formed GlamNation under the alias Peter Kensington, a Glam cover band that played covers of early glam bands such as The Sweet, David Bowie, Queen, T.
Rex and Gary Glitter the band played a number of shows in L. A. in 1999 with a regular spot at The Gig and a show in Scandinavia in 2000. A live CD was made but is yet to be released; the band consisted of the following musicians playing under their GlamNation Aliases, Peter Kensington – guitars, Doyle Harris – drums & vocals, J. C. Jackson - vocals & guitars, Yashiya – bass, Ricky Lemons – keyboards. There was a line-up change for 2000 with Dr. Midnight – keyboards, replacing Derek Sherinian. With the exception of Stefan Adika the other members formed part of the band for the Alice Cooper, Brutal Planet Tour and without Teddy Andreadis went on to co-write and record the 2003 Alice Cooper release The Eyes of Alice Cooper. In 2000 Roxie recorded his first studio album with Brutal Planet. Through 2000 to 2005 Roxie collaborated with Cooper on several albums including Dragontown, The Eyes of Alice Cooper and Dirty Diamonds, co-writing a number of songs on the latter two albums. In March 2012 it was announced that Ryan Roxie was rejoining the Alice Cooper band for the forthcoming 2012 tour.
He will be joining Tommy Henriksen and Orianthi on guitar, Chuck Garric on bass and Glen Sobel on drums. R77 formed in 2002 and wrote a songs whose influences lie somewhere in between the Beatles and the Beastie Boys, they played the usual suspect clubs around the L. A. area for the next year, recorded their debut CD. Roxie 77's 11-song debut album, Love & Armageddon, was released under the small indie Wax-Tone Records label; the spectrum of music and song subject matter span from acting like a punk-ass kid to facing the reality of having a kid. Two Sides to Every Story, was released in July 2009; the band added a downloadable song every week, with 24 songs in all. Each song is an acoustic version. In 2014 Roxie 77 released The Ameriswede; this is a unique release out on Bellyache Records and is available in a package that includes vinyl, CD, digital download. The album's two sides include an "American side", mixed by Tommy Henriksen, a "Swedish side", mixed by Jon Bordon with a more garage-indie sound.
Roxie has recorded two albums with the Stockholm-based, Casablanca: Apocalyptic Youth and Riding a Black Swan
Oscar Fredrick Dronjak is a Swedish guitarist and founder of the heavy metal band HammerFall. Prior to the success of HammerFall, he played and released albums with the death metal acts Ceremonial Oath and Crystal Age. Dronjak was born in the Swedish town of Mölndal to a Serbian father from Belgrade and a Swedish mother, his first instrument was the recorder. Soon after, he started his first band, called The Hippie Killers. In 1989 he started a death metal band called Desecrator, renamed Ceremonial Oath, but just before they released their first album, he quit the band. The end of his career in Ceremonial Oath was the beginning of Hammerfall. At first, Oscar's main priority was the death metal band Crystal Age. Thus, Hammerfall was merely a side project, where he and some friends were just rehearsing some songs that he had written, one of them being "Steel Meets Steel", but soon, they recorded their first album, called Glory to the Brave. Throughout his career, Oscar has been using Jackson guitars, most notably the Jackson Randy Rhoads, but ESP Guitars and Washburn.
Since 2014, he plays Sandberg Guitars, with the hammer guitar as a special attraction. He performed backing vocals for three In Flames albums: Lunar Strain and The Jester Race. Official Myspace
Moxy is a Canadian hard rock and heavy metal band, formed in Toronto, Ontario, in 1974, from previous members of the rock group Leigh Ashford – which included singer Douglas "Buzz" Shearman, alongside Greg Godovitz of Fludd & Goddo, Gil Moore, Earl Johnson, Bill Wade and Terry Juric, as Leigh Ashford. The group changed its name to Moxy in late 1974; this name change was accompanied by a change in the group's sound. Buddy Caine, a former bandmate of Earl Johnson, was added to the group in 1975. Moxy toured extensively in Canada before having a hit in late 1975 with "Can't You See I'm A Star". Moxy toured the United States on the strength of their radio airplay. Markets in which the band was popular included Ontario, Chicago, St. Louis and San Antonio. Joe Anthony, "the Godfather of Rock" in San Antonio on KISS-FM was responsible for the popularity of the band in south Texas and helped bring about their first headline appearance in the U. S. in 1977, appearing with AC/DC as their opening act. Despite the death of Joe Anthony, the Moxy-Texas connection has continued into the present with Moxy's hits like "Can't You See I'm A Star", "Moon Rider", "Sail On Sail Away".
"Midnight Flight", "I'll Set You on Fire" and "Are You Ready" remain on the daily rotation at many Texas radio stations. Many of the guitar solos on the band's debut album were performed by guest session musician Tommy Bolin, the lead guitarist for The James Gang and replaced Ritchie Blackmore in Deep Purple. In the spring of 1974, Buzz Shearman joined up with Earl Johnson, Bill Wade, bassist Kim Fraser. Still calling themselves Leigh-Ashford, they made their first appearance on the music scene in October 1974 at Scarborough's notorious rock club "The Knob Hill Hotel". Shortly thereafter, Fraser was replaced by Terry Juric on the recommendation of Earl Johnson and the group changed its name to MOXY, their first single release was a trial run of "Can't You See I'm A Star", distributed by Yorkville Records. The promising sound of the single received heavy radio support from CHUM in Toronto and led to the band's signing of a contract with Polydor Records of Canada in December 1974; the Polydor Records contract was due to the popularity and success of the former band, Leigh Ashford, to Buzz Shearman's reputation.
The independently produced self-titled album, MOXY known as the Black Album,photo was recorded over two weeks in early 1975. Mark Smith of Bachman–Turner Overdrive fame acted as co-producer for the album. While in Van Nuys, California at Sound City Studios recording this album, session guitarist Tommy Bolin was in the studio next door. Bolin was so impressed with the no-nonsense, to-the-bones sound of Moxy that when asked by the band's manager Roland Paquin to fill in, he said yes. Earl Johnson was supposed to have done all the guitar parts, but got into a disagreement with the producer and was tossed out of the studio. Roland Paquin knew Bolin from. After the Moxy sessions, Bolin continued to work on his first solo album Teaser, that year got the call from David Coverdale to join Deep Purple. Having heard the impact of the twin guitars, Moxy headed back to Toronto in search of a rhythm guitarist who would free up Earl Johnson to play the material on tour, added to the songs in the studio by Tommy Bolin.
Buddy Caine, a friend of Earl Johnson's, became the needed second guitarist, allowing the group to hit the road with a Canadian tour that included Ontario and the Maritimes, where the group played small venues. The first album found its way to hard rock stations in the southern US. In the winter of 1975, "Can' t You See I'm A Star" and "Moon Rider" were receiving heavy radio support from KMAC/KISS in San Antonio, Texas. Tommy Bolin's contribution would get some much needed attention for the album in the U. S. media though Bolin always downplayed his involvement. Moxy renegotiated a new contract with Polydor of Canada for distribution in affiliation with Mercury Records. Both labels were owned by PolyGram Records at the time, who reissued the self-titled debut album in North America and worldwide in 1976. In the spring of 1976, "Fantasy" and "Sail On Sail Away" hit the top 20 charts on KISS-FM radio in San Antonio, Texas. KISS-FM disc jockey Joe Anthony had the freedom to play the album in its entirety on many occasions through the late 1970s.
We did an interview with a DJ in Texas, I asked him. He said, "First we play the first side we play the second side." I just about fell off my chair. After a few years of touring Moxy went from a bar band to headline concert attraction in Canada. Moxy II was recorded in the band's hometown of Toronto at Sound Stage studio with famed Aerosmith producer Jack Douglas; this was a year after the first album for Canadian fans, but just three months after the reissued copy of Moxy I was released in the U. S. Moxy II received international press coverage for the band. Most reviews predicted success for the band and comparisons were made to Aerosmith and Deep Purple. Moxy II was highly acclaimed on its release by Geoff Barton of the UK music publication Sounds, who made the album available to its readers for the special price of only £1.50. Geoff Barton would refer to Moxy as the Canadian Zeppelin. In the fall of 1976, Moxy was touring throughout Ontario and the Maritimes, they toured Texas as the opening act for Black Sabbath and Boston, except at the new Convention Center arena in San Antonio O
Sweden the Kingdom of Sweden, is a Scandinavian Nordic country in Northern Europe. It borders Norway to the west and north and Finland to the east, is connected to Denmark in the southwest by a bridge-tunnel across the Öresund, a strait at the Swedish-Danish border. At 450,295 square kilometres, Sweden is the largest country in Northern Europe, the third-largest country in the European Union and the fifth largest country in Europe by area. Sweden has a total population of 10.2 million. It has a low population density of 22 inhabitants per square kilometre; the highest concentration is in the southern half of the country. Germanic peoples have inhabited Sweden since prehistoric times, emerging into history as the Geats and Swedes and constituting the sea peoples known as the Norsemen. Southern Sweden is predominantly agricultural, while the north is forested. Sweden is part of the geographical area of Fennoscandia; the climate is in general mild for its northerly latitude due to significant maritime influence, that in spite of this still retains warm continental summers.
Today, the sovereign state of Sweden is a constitutional monarchy and parliamentary democracy, with a monarch as head of state, like its neighbour Norway. The capital city is Stockholm, the most populous city in the country. Legislative power is vested in the 349-member unicameral Riksdag. Executive power is exercised by the government chaired by the prime minister. Sweden is a unitary state divided into 21 counties and 290 municipalities. An independent Swedish state emerged during the early 12th century. After the Black Death in the middle of the 14th century killed about a third of the Scandinavian population, the Hanseatic League threatened Scandinavia's culture and languages; this led to the forming of the Scandinavian Kalmar Union in 1397, which Sweden left in 1523. When Sweden became involved in the Thirty Years War on the Reformist side, an expansion of its territories began and the Swedish Empire was formed; this became one of the great powers of Europe until the early 18th century. Swedish territories outside the Scandinavian Peninsula were lost during the 18th and 19th centuries, ending with the annexation of present-day Finland by Russia in 1809.
The last war in which Sweden was directly involved was in 1814, when Norway was militarily forced into personal union. Since Sweden has been at peace, maintaining an official policy of neutrality in foreign affairs; the union with Norway was peacefully dissolved in 1905. Sweden was formally neutral through both world wars and the Cold War, albeit Sweden has since 2009 moved towards cooperation with NATO. After the end of the Cold War, Sweden joined the European Union on 1 January 1995, but declined NATO membership, as well as Eurozone membership following a referendum, it is a member of the United Nations, the Nordic Council, the Council of Europe, the World Trade Organization and the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development. Sweden maintains a Nordic social welfare system that provides universal health care and tertiary education for its citizens, it has the world's eleventh-highest per capita income and ranks in numerous metrics of national performance, including quality of life, education, protection of civil liberties, economic competitiveness, equality and human development.
The name Sweden was loaned from Dutch in the 17th century to refer to Sweden as an emerging great power. Before Sweden's imperial expansion, Early Modern English used Swedeland. Sweden is derived through back-formation from Old English Swēoþēod, which meant "people of the Swedes"; this word is derived from Sweon/Sweonas. The Swedish name Sverige means "realm of the Swedes", excluding the Geats in Götaland. Variations of the name Sweden are used in most languages, with the exception of Danish and Norwegian using Sverige, Faroese Svøríki, Icelandic Svíþjóð, the more notable exception of some Finnic languages where Ruotsi and Rootsi are used, names considered as referring to the people from the coastal areas of Roslagen, who were known as the Rus', through them etymologically related to the English name for Russia; the etymology of Swedes, thus Sweden, is not agreed upon but may derive from Proto-Germanic Swihoniz meaning "one's own", referring to one's own Germanic tribe. Sweden's prehistory begins in the Allerød oscillation, a warm period around 12,000 BC, with Late Palaeolithic reindeer-hunting camps of the Bromme culture at the edge of the ice in what is now the country's southernmost province, Scania.
This period was characterised by small bands of hunter-gatherer-fishers using flint technology. Sweden is first described in a written source in Germania by Tacitus in 98 AD. In Germania 44 and 45 he mentions the Swedes as a powerful tribe with ships that had a prow at each end. Which kings ruled these Suiones is unknown, but Norse mythology presents a long line of legendary and semi-legendary kings going back to the last centuries BC; as for literacy in Sweden itself, the runic script was in use among the south Scandinavian elite by at least the 2nd century AD, but all that has come down to the present from the Roman Period is curt inscriptions on artefacts of male names, demonstrating th
"Locomotive Breath" is a song by the British progressive rock band Jethro Tull from their 1971 album, Aqualung. Written as a comment on population growth, "Locomotive Breath" was meant to replicate the chugging rhythm of a train. In addition to its release on Aqualung, "Locomotive Breath" saw two different single releases and has been a live favorite, it has seen acclaim as one of Jethro Tull's best songs. Lyrically, "Locomotive Breath" was inspired by Anderson's concern regarding overpopulation, he explained, "It was my first song, on a topic that would be a little more appropriate to today's world. It was about the runaway train of population growth and capitalism, it was based on those sorts of unstoppable ideas. We’re on this crazy train, we can’t get off it. Where is it going? Bearing in mind, of course, when I was born in 1947, the population of planet earth was less than a third of what it is today, so it should be a sobering thought that in one man’s lifetime, our planetary population has more than tripled.
You'd think population growth would have brought prosperity, food and a reasonable spread of wealth, but quite the opposite has happened. And is happening more to this day. Without putting it into too much literal detail, what lay behind that song."The song additionally features a train motif that Anderson has employed on many songs. Anderson said, "Train songs have been with us since the blues began, I have written my fair share of these. I keep being drawn back to the subject. I don’t drive, so rely on buses and the like." "Locomotive Breath" was recorded in a rather unusual manner for the time: the entire track was pieced together from overdubs. Ian Anderson did his normal flute and vocal parts in addition to bass drum, hi-hat, acoustic guitar and some electric guitar parts. John Evan's piano parts were recorded. All of these recordings were overdubbed onto each other because Anderson was finding it difficult to communicate his musical ideas about the song to the other band members; the song was designed to replicate the chugging of a train in its rhythm.
Anderson explained the recording process of the song in an interview, saying "'Locomotive Breath' was an utter failure when we tried to play it all together. It didn't jell. We didn't get the groove. I think John Evan recorded the piano intro I went out into the studio with two drum sticks and clicked them together because this was in the days before click tracks, I went out and played to with a hi-hat and bass drum. Clive went out and added the tom-toms and the cymbals, and I played the electric-guitar rhythm part all the way through. And we had something, beginning to sound a bit like a song and it had that kind of metronomic feel, which I wanted it to have, because it's about a railway train running on the tracks. So it should click-clack in time."The song has been Jethro Tull's live encore during concerts since 1972. During some live concerts, the song would segue into the finale of Pomp and Circumstance to end the concert, or an encore. "Locomotive Breath" was released on Jethro Tull's 1971 album Aqualung in 1971.
An edit of the song was released in the US as a single in 1971, backed with "Wind-Up", though it did not chart. A 1976 single release of the song, backed with "Fat Man", was more successful, reaching number 59 on the Billboard charts; the song was released as the B-side to "Hymn 43". Since its initial releases, the song has appeared on multiple compilation and live albums, including Living in the Past, M. U. - The Best of Jethro Tull, Bursting Out. The song receives frequent airplay on classic rock radio stations. Ian Anderson ranked "Locomotive Breath" as one of his top 10 Jethro Tull songs. Ultimate Classic Rock named the song Jethro Tull's third best, saying, "This tune covers the length and breadth of Anderson’s songwriting talents, beginning with a bluesy John Evan piano intro so discreet one can hear it at times, before crashing into some of the most bombastic hard rock display of the band’s career." The song was ranked the fourth best Jethro Tull song by Rock - Das Gesamtwerk der größten Rock-Acts im Check.
"Locomotive Breath" was covered by Rabbitt on their 1975 album Boys Will Be Boys, by Indian psychedelic rock band Atomic Forest in 1972, by Italo disco outfit Cat Gang in 1983, by W. A. S. P. on the reissue of their 1989 album The Headless Children, Styx on their 2005 album Big Bang Theory, Helloween on their 1999 album Metal Jukebox. A Swedish rock band, formed in 1995 by Janne Stark, takes its name from the song. In 2018 rock group Höffmänn covered this song The song used by Ring of Honor to open up their live events to open up the show for fans in attendance at both house shows and TV tapings. Ian Anderson - flute, lead vocals, bass drum, hi-hat, acoustic guitar, electric guitar John Evan - piano Martin Barre - electric guitar Jeffrey Hammond - bass guitar Clive Bunker - drums
Scorpions are a German rock band formed in 1965 in Hanover by Rudolf Schenker. Since the band's inception, its musical style has ranged from hard rock to heavy metal; the lineup from 1978–1992 was the most successful incarnation of the group, included Klaus Meine, Rudolf Schenker, Matthias Jabs, Francis Buchholz, Herman Rarebell. The band's only constant member has been Schenker, although Meine has been the lead singer for all of Scorpions' studio albums, while Jabs has been a consistent member since 1979, bassist Paweł Mąciwoda and drummer Mikkey Dee have been in the band since 2003 and 2016 respectively. During the mid-1970s, with guitarist Uli Jon Roth part of the line-up, the music of the Scorpions was defined as hard rock. After the departure of Roth in 1978, Matthias Jabs joined and, following the guidance of producer Dieter Dierks, the Scorpions changed their sound towards hard rock/heavy metal, mixed with rock power ballads. Throughout the 1980s the group received positive reviews and critical acclaim from music critics, experienced commercial success with the albums Animal Magnetism, Love at First Sting, the live recording World Wide Live, Savage Amusement and Best of Rockers'n' Ballads, their best-selling compilation album.
Scorpions' eleventh studio album Crazy World was well-received, included the song "Wind of Change", a symbolic anthem of the political changes in Eastern Europe in the late 1980s and early 1990s and the fall of the Berlin Wall. It is one of the best-selling singles in the world with over fourteen million copies sold. Scorpions have sold over 110 million records in total, they have released 27 compilation albums and 74 singles. Six of their singles have reached number one on the charts in different countries, their albums, singles and video releases have reached gold and multi-platinum status 200 times in different countries. Rolling Stone described the Scorpions as "the heroes of heavy metal", MTV called them "Ambassadors of Rock"; the band was ranked number 46 on VH1's Greatest Artists of Hard Rock programme, with "Rock You Like a Hurricane" at number 18 on VH1's list of the 100 Greatest Hard Rock Songs. "Still Loving You" ranked 22nd place among the greatest ballads. The Scorpions have received prestigious awards such as three World Music Awards, a star on the Hollywood Rock wall, a presence in the permanent exhibition of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.
In 2015 the group celebrated its 50th anniversary. Rudolf Schenker, the band's rhythm guitarist, launched the band in 1965. At first, the band had beat Schenker himself handled the vocals. Things began to come together in 1970 when Schenker's younger brother Michael and vocalist Klaus Meine joined the band. With this line-up they won a music contest in 1972 and recorded 2 songs for a single, never released on the CCA label, but the songs, early versions of the Sweet cover Action and the original I'm Going Mad were released on different compilation albums including Psychedelic Gems 2. In 1972 the group recorded and released their debut album Lonesome Crow, with Lothar Heimberg on bass and Wolfgang Dziony on drums and re-recorded versions of their CCA songs. During the Lonesome Crow tour, the Scorpions opened for upcoming British band UFO. Near the end of the tour, guitarist Michael Schenker accepted an offer of lead guitar for UFO. Uli Jon Roth, a friend of Michael's, was introduced to the band and he helped them to finish off the tour.
The departure of Michael Schenker led to the breakup of the band. In 1973, Uli Roth, who had helped the Scorpions complete the Lonesome Crow tour, was offered the role as lead guitarist, but turned the band down, preferring instead to remain in the band Dawn Road. Rudolf Schenker decided he wanted to work with Roth, but did not want to resurrect the last Scorpions lineup, he attended some of Dawn Road's rehearsals and decided to join the band, which consisted of Roth, Francis Buchholz, Achim Kirschning and Jürgen Rosenthal. Uli Roth and Buchholz persuaded Rudolf Schenker to invite Klaus Meine to join on vocals, which he soon did. While there were more members of Dawn Road than Scorpions in the band, they decided to use the Scorpions name because it was well known in the German hard rock scene and an album had been released under that name. In 1974, the new line-up released Fly to the Rainbow; the album proved to be more successful than Lonesome Crow and songs such as "Speedy's Coming" and the title track established the band's sound.
Achim Kirschning decided to leave after the recordings. Soon after, Jürgen Rosenthal had to leave. In 1976, he joined, he was replaced in July 1974 by Jurgen Fechter. In 1975 Rudy Lenners from Belgium became the next drummer; that year the band released In Trance, which marked the beginning of their long collaboration with German producer Dieter Dierks. The album established their heavy metal formula, it garnered a fan base at home and abroad with cuts such as "In Trance", "Dark Lady" and "Robot Man". Meanwhile, as "The Hunters", the band recorded "Fuchs geh' voran" and "Wenn es richtig losgeht", German cover versions of "Action" and "Fox on the Run" by the Sweet for EMI's Electrola label. In 1976, the Scorpions released Virgin Killer, the album cover of which featured a nude prepubescent girl behind a broken pane of glass; the cover art was designed by Stefan Bohle, the product manager for RCA Records, their label at the time. The cover brought the band considerable market exposure but was subsequently pulled o
Hermano is an American stoner rock band, formed in 1998. Formed by producer Dandy Brown as a side project in 1998, the original lineup consisted of vocalist John Garcia, bassist Dandy Brown, drummer Steve Earle and guitarists Mike Callahan and David Angstrom. After passing tapes and CDs amongst each other for six months, the band members entered the studio in early 1999 to begin recording their debut album; the record was completed in the early 2000. The band released Only a Suggestion on Tee Pee Records in 2002; the release was followed by some brief touring in North Europe. During this period, drummer Steve Earle was replaced by Supafuzz drummer Chris Leathers. Hermano signed to Dutch label Suburban Records and released Dare I Say in 2005. In 2005 they released Live at a live CD from their Angry American tour, it was followed by a DVD of the show in 2006. Hermano released their third album Into the Exam Room in late 2007, followed the release with tours of Europe. Current membersJohn Garcia – vocals Dandy Brown – bass guitar Mike Callahan – guitar David Angstrom – guitar Chris Leathers – drums Former membersSteve Earle – drums 2002:...
Only a Suggestion 2005: Dare I Say... 2005: Live at W2 2007:... Into the Exam Room