Sunday, September 7, 2008

BBC2 To Air The Carmine Appice Story

On September 20, the BBC2 in the UK will be running THE CARMINE APPICE STORY between 7 and 8 PM UK time (2 east coast/5 west coast). The link for this special presentation by Pete Mitchell is

Appice's heritage includes co-founding Vanilla Fudge, arguably the first heavy metal band ever. He inspired Led Zeppelin drummer John Bonham, co-wrote “Do Ya Think I’m Sexy” for Rod Stewart, was featured in Ozzy Osbourne and Ted Nugent’s bands, worked with Cactus, Jeff Beck, Blue Murder, Tommy Bolin, Pat Travers and Pink Floyd. Carmine’s the author of 'Realistic Rock,' which is the most successful book on rock drumming.

Now he’s leading and starring in SLAMM!, a theatrical event with five drummers and a guitarist, and here are upcoming shows.

Sep 12, 2008 BB KING BLUES CLUB, New York, NY

Sep 19, 2008 SELLERSVILLE THEATER, Sellersville, PA

Sep 20, 2008 BOULTON CENTER, Bay Shore

Nov. 8, 2008 MOHEGAN SUN CASINO, Uncasville, CT

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