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Living The Dream In A Rock And Roll World
Straight Up Rock N' Roll by Michael Insuaste

Supergroup or "SoupGroup" as singer John Corabi calls it, rolled into the Dallas/ Fort Worth area for a whirlwind of promotions, music and fun!

Kicking it off with "Burn It Down" an acoustic interpretation that was melodic with a smooth mellow groove. They took a few questions from the invited guests and then into another song "Rise Up" from the new LP Dead And Gone. Closing the performance with a rock classic, Rod Stewarts first hit, "Maggie Mae" sung by drummer Deen Castronova, with his raspy voice was totally awesome and a perfect way to close set.

From their The Daisies headed to the Guitar Center off Central Expressway to perform another special acoustic performance to a crowd of 60 or so fans. They managed to sign a few autographs and meet the fans on hand. Later that night, the main event, The Dead Daisies performed at Trees in Deep Ellum, the historic music district of downtown Dallas, Texas. The two opening bands were local group Blackout and SuperNova Remnant and a special performance by ex-GNR keyboardist Dizzy Reed bringing his Cocaine & Hookers show who are on tour with The Dead Daisies.

The Daisies, as hard as it is to say it, are a dying breed. Not many bands have the edge these five guys bring to the stage, with their strengths and talents, the band pours out rock and roll hardly seen or heard today. Catch them live if you can and get ready to ROCK!

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Author: Michael Insuaste
Photographer: Rene Rivera
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