Archive for April 22, 2016

Bonzo’s presence to add some zep to Blue’s defence!

Whole lotta love for legendary defender!

The day was officially labelled “Celebration Day” as the management at The Blue Balls were able to secure the brutal defensive abilities of John Bonham.

Many attackers have been trampled under foot, with Bohnam’s sheer strength and reputation seeing many dash over the hills and far away.

When asked if he thought there could potentially be a more attacking role for him at his new club, Bohman replied “Would d’yer maker striker out of this body? I don’t think so. It’s been a long time since I kicked a goal, so no, !”

Some members of the media raised the concern that he had been overlooked for both teams. “Not my concern” he stated “I don’t want to ramble on, I just want to say ‘Thank you’.

The Blue Balls will announce their next signing in June 2016

Dan’s BandCampaign Episode 13 – BoyJazz

Go ahead…jump – to Boyjazz!

Just because a band doesn’t take themselves 100% seriously, it does not mean that they cannot be seriously good. Boyjazz are no novelty band and whilst on first taste it could be easy to dismiss them as an 80’s glam rock/metal band with sexed up lyrics (and sexed up nicknames), this is all part of the show that makes them work so damned well.

One of the core issues bands of Boyjazz’s style seemed to have back in the 1980’s was that many of them seemed to actually be serious and believe the excessive, sexessive rock and roll lifestyle and inherently they ended up looking like dicks (pardon the pun).

Boyjazz nails the music of the era but with their own modern take and whilst Axl Rose is often viewed as a bit of a wanker, the guy can really sing. Boyjazz’s vocalist, Adam Hobbs, has a similar set of pipes – this is a good thing…a REALLY good thing. But the thing that Boyjazz has going for them is the fact that they were born unintentionally out of a musical screw around, an experiment if you will, and the band has always maintained the ethos that fun comes before anything else.

This approach saw Boyjazz reach a decent level of success in the the early/mid 2000’s before they (sort of) disbanded.

Whatever the case, these guys rock! It helps all the more that they are decent, humble and passionate fellas who work on their craft and keep fun and passion at the forefront!

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Artist Details:

Name: Boyjazz
Location: Various parts of California
Generic Genre Labeling: Rock, Hair Rock, Stadium Rock
Forced Comparison: Judas Priest, Guns N Roses, Led Zeppelin
Bandcamp Site
Official Website
Facebook Page

Assigned Rock and Goal position: Central Defender (Drummer) 

Boyjazz sound like:


 

Boyjazz rocking the short shorts of yet another helplessly captivated audience!

Dan’s BandCampaign Episode 13 – Boyjazz

Just because a band doesn’t take themselves 100% seriously, it does not mean that they cannot be seriously good. Boyjazz are no novelty band and whilst on first taste it could be easy to dismiss them as an 80’s glam rock/metal band with sexed up lyrics (and sexed up nicknames), this is all part of the show that makes them work so damned well.

One of the core issues bands of Boyjazz’s style seemed to have back in the 1980’s was that many of them seemed to actually be serious and believe the excessive, sexessive rock and roll lifestyle and inherently they ended up looking like dicks (pardon the pun).

Boyjazz nails the music of the era but with their own modern take and whilst Axl Rose is often viewed as a bit of a wanker, the guy can really sing. Boyjazz’s vocalist, Adam Hobbs, has a similar set of pipes – this is a good thing…a REALLY good thing. But the thing that Boyjazz has going for them is the fact that they were born unintentionally out of a musical screw around, an experiment if you will, and the band has always maintained the ethos that fun comes before anything else.

This approach saw Boyjazz reach a decent level of success in the the early/mid 2000’s before they (sort of) disbanded.

Whatever the case, these guys rock! It helps all the more that they are decent, humble and passionate fellas who work on their craft and keep fun and passion at the forefront!

 

Check out this episode!