Rock and Roll is dead. For all intents and purposes, as a person that grew up during the eighties, this is true today. What is it about this genre of glam, hair, and dudes dressing in spandex that... More > is so fascinating? We took it for granted, thinking it would last forever.< Less
ROCK STARS is a look back and forward with the glam metal singers from the eighties.
"...Wearing tight acid washed jeans, Jon Bon Jovi made no qualms about putting "pop" back into... More > rock. Videos focused on his ass made it appear there was an unspoken jeans rivalry between Jon and Joe Elliot of Def Lepard..."
"...In hindsight there were signs Rob Halford was gay. The video for "Hot Rockin" was pretty much just a bunch of guys working out in a gym. Hello!!..."
"...Sebastian Bach and Skid Row made music for the kids smoking cigarettes behind the school. Essentially, Sebastian Bach made music for the bad kid in The Breakfast Club..."
Twenty-eight mini-profiles detailing strengths, weaknesses, and X factors ranging from Kip Winger's hair, David Lee Roth's use of the microphone, to Bret Michaels reality series comeback. Think Behind The Music on cocaine.< Less
Lights, camera, action...
Hollywood Ending, an intertwined tale of deceit, begins in an L.A. bar surrounded by
cops where Johnny is planning his escape, Rasheed is rolling a blunt, and a dead... More >
Chinese bartender lies at their feet.
Jump back a couple of days and find Johnny auditioning as well as trying
to land a starring role in a movie titled THE HEIST. The problem? An over zealous
agent who at times is more concerned with his new reality series White Trash
Weddings than Johnny's well being.
The story climaxes at the bar where strange twists, hidden cameras, and paranoia lead
Johnny to realize that he may have been the star all along. The only question left is
whether it's too late...< Less