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“Second Sighting” of the Comet in Sellersville Pa.

By Alex Lloyd Gross When Ace Frehley left KISS in the 1980’s, he formed his own band, called Frehley’s Comet.  As time went on,  members of that band changed, and after a while, Frehley just toured under his own name, sans The  Comet. The musicians that made up this band were not rookies by any

LA Guns take over Sellersville Theater

By  Alex Lloyd Gross Monday night, April 8, 2019, “  The Fabulous LA Guns played a show for just under 90 minutes in Sellersville and they proved it was Never Enough. Fans of the band will appreciate the opening lead to this story. From start to finish, this band was on fire. As the band

Ozzy Osbourne tour postponed until 2020

By Alex Lloyd Gross Ozzy, the lead singer for Black Sabbath and rock legend has had to postpone his 2019 tour which includes all North American dates. He was scheduled to appear in Hershey Park Stadium in June. That show will happen but next year. Fans are urged to hold onto their tickets. The new

Phil Lewis brings LA Guns to Sellersville

By Alex Lloyd Gross LA Guns have always been more than a  sleaze, rock band fromthe1980’s. Back when they opened tours for the likes of AC/DC, they were able to keep people on their feet and get called back for an encore.They were called upon to open for festivals and such.  Now they are over

Thank You KISS for an amazing rock show in Philly!!!

By Alex Lloyd Gross KISS, the iconic band from the 1970’s is  allegedly hanging up their platform boots,and locking away their road cases. They are on their final tour ever, (or so they say), and that tour brought them to Philadelphia March 29, at the center in South Philly.  KISS took care of business in

Legendary Yardbirds coming to area March 28

By Alex Lloyd Gross If you are into classic rock, then you have to like the Yardbirds .  This band has a ton of hits that people should remember, such as “Over Under Sideways Down”and “For Your Love’, for example.  “According to founding member Jim McCarty,” They will all be played”, when this band hits

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