Tag Archives: REO Speedwagon

CLASSIC ROCK MECCA IN THE MAYA

Photo Credit – www.flickr.com Wanna spend 11 days North of Tulum, Mexico right on the Riviera Maya & see concerts by Don Henley, Steve Miller Band, Don Felder, Roger Daltry, Bad Company, Santana, George Thorogood & The Destroyers, Foreigner, REO Speedwagon, Pat Benatar (& hubby Neil Giraldo), Cheap Trick, Blue Oyster Cult, Starship featuring Mickey Thomas, Foghat, Queensryche & Los ... Read More »

REO gets reworked

REO Speedwagon is hip again…Pit Bull has re-worked “Take It On The Run” into a new song called “Messin’ Around.”  REO singer Kevin Cronin says the song “starts out to be ‘Take It On the Run’ but soon morphs into a hip-hop groove with a  sensual street edge, and I’m digging it.” Cronin approved the project from the word go.  ... Read More »

ARCH ALLIES: JOURNEY – STYX – REO SPEEDWAGON TRIBUTE SHOW REVIEW! THEY’RE HERE 12/11/15!!

  Photo Credits – John Kuehl Over the weekend I had the privilege of checking out ARCH ALLIES up in St. Paul, MN. They are a VERY faithful tribute to Journey, Styx & REO Speedwagon. They were even kind enough to let me sit in for a couple songs – the documentation of which you can see above. THEY WILL ... Read More »

Kevin Cronin Snags Some Legal Advice!

We had a chance to catch up with Kevin Cronin from REO Speedwagon. Told him we thought one of his songs could get us into legal trouble. He set us straight. Read More »

RADIO JUMBLE ANSWERS FOR REO SPEEDWAGON TICKETS!

DOORS TOUCH ME Clue #1 – Extension or umbilical     Answer: CORD Clue #2 – Where the heart is     Answer: HOME Clue #3 – To expel     Answer: OUST Congrats to John from Queen Creek for the win! -Pete Read More »

RADIO JUMBLE ANSWERS FOR REO SPEEDWAGON TICKETS

REO SPEEDWAGON Clue #1 – Battery part   Answer: ANODE Clue #2 – Leak Out   Answer: SEEP Clue #3 – Get bigger   Answer: GROW Congrats to Bruce from Goodyear for the win! Read More »

GUITAR WORLD MISSED A COUPLE – 10 GREATEST ROCK & ROLL SONG ENDINGS

Well, bub, no matter how good the song is, it eventually has to end. The question, then, is: How’s it going to end? A studio fade giving the illusion of a sing-along chorus going on forever in some imaginary world populated by elves? A repeated turnaround? An abrupt, punk-rock-style halt? An unsuspected, off-key chord? It’s possible, of course, that the ... Read More »