Dirkschneider + Maskinisten + Neon Rose + Stacie Collins (US) + Asoka + Dynazty + Violet Janine + Dr Harmonica (US)
Neon Rose was formed in 1969 by bandmembers Roger, Piero and Benno under the name Spider; when Stanley Larsson joined the group in 1973 they took the name Neon Rose. Signing with Vertigo Records, their debut album was released in 1974, and was quickly followed with a sophomore effort early in 1975. Following the recording of this album, Stanley Larsson left the group and was replaced by Thomas Wiklund, formerly of Uppåt Väggarna. The group's final album, Reload, was released in 1975 and the group split, with Roger going on to join Wasa Express.
Piero attempted to reform the group with all new members in 1977, but this incarnation disbanded after recording a few demos. In 1981, the group reformed with Piero and Benno and severa...
American roots rocker STACIE COLLINS has earned a reputation as a harmonica blowin’ hell-cat who sports a hard-core honky-tonk wail and a slam-bang rock and roll band.
Based in Nashville, she logs thousands of miles each year touring the world with her band and has even spawned a Japanese Stacie Collins Tribute band.
For more information please visit www.staciecollins.com.
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Asoka is a progressive/psychedelic rock band from Malmö, Sweden, evolved from the earlier band Taste of Blues. They released one self-titled album in 1971, but since then it has been recently reissued by the Mellotronen record label due to high demand. Stirred by the re-release, the band released an album titled "36 Years Later" in 2007.
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