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New York 80’s Rockers “Takashi” To Reunite/Record In 2011

The fine folks over at Coallier Entertainment asked the PiercingMetal command center to share this little bit of coolness with you all so please dig into this official statement.  I am sure that you will find it interesting.

Classic Takashi Group Shot
Classic Takashi Group Shot

The 80’s rock group TAKASHI announces a return after 30 years …TAKASHI, formed in 1981 will reunite in 2011 to release classic, remastered and new material.

In 1983 Mongol Horde Records released TAKASHI, ALIEN, THOR and VIRGIN STEELE. TAKASHI’s Kamikaze Killers release received great press from such noted magazines such as Kerrang, Hit Parader and more. TAKASHI supported dates for Metallica on the Kill’em All Tour, Twisted Sister, Anthrax, Joe Perry and more. All the members of TAKASHI have remained active in the music business.

Today, frontman Danny Stanton is president of Coallier Entertainment in NYC which handles, and or works with artists such as Twisted Sister, Ace Frehley, Lita Ford, Sebastian Bach, Steve Augeri, and many more…Danny is also owner of Diamond Drop Recording Studio’s and Evolution Sound Stage in New York.  Craig Cory (then, Khoury) still writes and records while rocking the Las Vegas music scene with his band and company CK Productions.  Bob “Space” Simonson has worked with Public Enemy, Terminator X, Advanced Idea Mechanixx and continues to produce and record.  Tom Cangemi owns a production company for artist development in Colorado and continues to produce, write and engineer. Some of Tommy’s credits include Mandy Moore, Willa Ford, LFO, as well as Jingles and commercials for Budwiser, 20th Century Fox, Gap, the TV series Charmed and more.
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Motley Crue @ Madison Square Garden (3/3/2005)

Logo - Motley Crue

Artist: Motley Crue
Venue: Madison Square Garden (New York, NY)
Opener: n/a
Date: 3-3-05

I have to start this Concert Review by letting you all know that I was not going to this show. The reason being was because I did not have a ticket until about 2 hours before the doors opened to the venue. Yep, somehow this sold out for months show had last minute tickets made available to the public. Securing one in the eleventh hour was an amazing stroke of luck as I was lamenting this fact and simply decided to go online one more time and see what would happen. I guess what bothered me most was being a New York bringer of Metal News to the world and here is a reunion of one of the seminal bands in Hard Rock history. Top it off by having this at Madison Square Garden which is one of my favorite venues. This would no longer be an issue, on to the show I went.
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