Forgotten Band Dudes Launch Classic Rock All Stars

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Finally, what the world never needed.

A band full of dudes no one cares about.

Maybe that’s why Classic Rock All Stars will be touring in Russia for their first trek.

The band features Bobby Rondinelli (of Rainbow fame), Greg Smith (who worked with Rainbow and Ted Nugent), Chris Slade (AC/DC), Craig Goldy (Dio), Geoff Nicholls (who worked with Black Sabbath) and John Corabi (who spent time with Motley Crue).

The band’s will travel to Russia in February for a ten-date tour.

Commented Corabi: “[I'm] really excited about [this] tour I’m doing with a great bunch of guys. We’re doing ten shows throughout Russia, starting on February 1st in Moscow. Stay tuned for details.”

Now ask yourself one question: Do you even care slightly about this?

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About Chris Harris

Chris Harris is an internationally-published music journalist and writer whose work has appeared on the pages of Rolling Stone, IFC, Revolver, Alternative Press, and Radar. The former news editor for Noisecreep, Harris also served as co-host for the site’s weekly podcast, “Creep Show." Before that, he spent four years writing for MTV News.

  • http://flavors.me/cognomen Cognomen

    ..who?

  • Ted Lakeman

    it’s this kind of negative, hack journalism that makes the internet so frustrating. John Corabi has sold probably a million records between three great bands in his lifetime and has a new unplugged album that is amazing. Who are you? What have you done?

  • Ted Lakeman

    Chris Harris is a major creep. Negativity rules the internet. Ever heard of Chirs Slade? AC/DC Razors Edge?? what a troll Chris Harris is.

    • Cornelius Rountree

      You have to admit though, that if one were to put together a “Classic Rock All-Star” team, none of these guys would even be considered for third string. Chris Slade played on one AC/DC album, you say? Nope, never heard of him, and certainly wouldn’t call him an “All-Star”.