On this DVD, you'll meet five performers who have taken this very commercial effect to even greater heights. Steve Draun is up first with not only an extremely serviceable routine, but also provides step-by-step instructions on how to make your own Ring Flight gimmick.
This special programme reveals the top secrets of espionage through a countdown of the ten most thrilling spy movies of all time, chosen by real spies and spy-masters from MI6, the CIA and the KGB.
The Iron Maidens covering.. you guessed it, Iron Maiden… at The Roxy in Los Angeles, CA. This is a performance for AXS.tv's show "The World's Greatest Tribute Bands." Formed in 2001, The Iron Maidens have quickly established themselves as one of southern California's most popular tribute acts and are rapidly gaining international recognition. The band boasts beauty as well as excellent musicianship, lively stage presence, and a remarkable stage show with theatrical scenes interspersed throughout.
While countless rockers started their careers in the New York suburb of Long Island before going on to worldwide success (Billy Joel, Twisted Sister, Steve Vai, Brian Setzer, Blue Öyster Cult, etc.), there have been countless acts that appeared poised for a breakthrough, but for whatever reason, fell short. Many longtime followers of Long Island-based rock would probably agree that tops on the "woulda/coulda/shoulda" list were the Good Rats, a group who played at some of the East Coast's best-known/biggest venues (Madison Square Garden, Nassau Coliseum, the Philadelphia Spectrum) during the '70s, while opening for such big names as Aerosmith, Ozzy Osbourne, the Grateful Dead, Bruce Springsteen, Kiss, Journey, Heart, Styx, Meat Loaf, and Rush, among others…