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By Steven Neff, Rock At Night Orlando Correspondent
Rock At Night had the pleasure of talking with Doug Aldrich of The Dead Daisies. Aldrich is humble and soft spoken, as much of a student of the guitar as he is the teacher. Many influences have shaped and molded his musical journey that began when he was eleven. His axes of choice during his Atlanta gig included a Gibson Les Paul and ESP guitars respectively. The guitar is what speaks for Aldrich and his playing is a masterpiece of rock and roll beauty. Bravo.
David Lowy-Rhythm Guitar
John Corabi-Lead Vocals
Doug Aldrich-Lead Guitar
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Steve is a Brevard County, Florida based concert photographer who loves the experience of live shows and tries to bring that experience back to fans through the great medium known as Rock At Night.
Whether it’s a one concert event or extended on the road tour coverage with music’s best bands, Steve covers the exciting energy of “the moment” and paints it across a blank canvas that he hopes music connoisseurs will enjoy.
Steve’s music of taste ranges from the symphonic awesomeness of bands like Within Temptation and Nightwish to the rock heavyweights of the 80’s and back to the beat of Armin van Buuren, with a little jazz and blues mixed in for some variety.
One of his favorite mottos: “Life is too short to drink grocery store coffee.”
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