Learn how your comment data is processed. They stumbled their way through the strip circuit doing their best to destroy the ozone layer - putting the hair in hair metal. Looking back through the clarity that both time and age affords, there were mistakes made and casualties along the way. The hair metal look was just the opposite; it was an explosion of excess. She's a travel agent in the New Orleans area. The streets were soon lined with record deals, as bands flocked on from all over America to get a piece of the action. West Hollywood is a city in Los Angeles, California.
Oh, how things quickly changed. Pick up your copies today as this one will be flying off the shelves! It all seemed so far away as far as getting our first show and band together. Far more tragic were the people who were lost in the whirlwind of alcohol and drugs. One of those bands was Saraya. The streets were soon lined with record deals, as bands flocked on from all over America to get a piece of the action. Cookie-cutter hair metal bands were everywhere.
Like the music, it was accessible and attainable. Not since the high psychedelic era had a cadre of mainstream musicians put forth such a unified image front, and these images became relentlessly visible on album covers, in magazine pinups, on MTV. The secret was the songs. Their first gig on the Strip was at The Troubadour, and just three people turned up. While they've evolved over the years and some of the band members have changed, in the 80's, it was hard to argue that there were many bands bigger, if any than Jon Bon Jovi and the boys. During this era, the Sunset Strip had become a living, breathing entity of extreme depth and breadth of musicality, self-indulgence, and living in the intrepidly fast and dangerous lane. He still sounds great, too, just as strong as he ever was.
What song would you like us to perform next? The single, Cum on Feel The Noize , became the calling card for the scene. There was so much excitement in the air. She's a travel agent in the New Orleans area. Big fan of 80s hair bands?