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Thursday, December 16, 2010

Interview: St. Louis Drummer Chad Smith Ready to Reunite with Geezer Butler's GZR

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1985-87: Heaven's Flame: This was the band that Kenn [Nardi, Anacrusis bandleader] and I were involved with in high school. The majority of our material ended up on the first two Anacrusis releases.

1987: Mary Burns, an MCA artist , a real seasoned pro who did Vegas. She really taught me what would be expected from a pro drummer.

1987-1989: Tropix, a circuit band.

1989-90: Lex Luthor. Lex was a strange band at the end of the grunge/alternative movement. We were heavy and trippy but not really metal. We played in the same circuit as Pale Divine, New World Spirits and The Newsboys.

1990-92: Anacrusis. Tracked Manic Impressions and toured to support it.

1992-93: London Calling. Tracked Blood in the Water.

1993-94: Pavlov's Dog. We recorded live at Club Imperial.

1994-97: The Eddies.

1997-present: GZR.

2004-present: Richie Callison. I tracked his last release, and we're hoping to have something new in the spring. The CD is available at Dale's.

2006-present: Stone in Love, Journey tribute.

2007-2008: Runaway, Bon Jovi tribute.

2007-present: The Stingers.

2009-present: The Edicktion.

2010: Son Of Echo.

2010: Black Storm.

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