United Artists Theater 4 Tyler Mall
Riverside CA - 1979
I love ROCKY HORROR.
I have been a ROCKY HORROR fan for over 3 decades
The first time I went was on February 2, 1979 at United Artists Theater 4 - Tyler Mall in Riverside CA.
One of the most important pieces of music in my life is the soundtrack of "THE ROCKY HORROR PICTURE SHOW".
I have loved the music from ROCKY HORROR from the very first time I heard it in July of 1978.
This is me singing all of the major character vocal parts from the soundtrack.
This is meant to pay tribute to, and inspire anyone who loves the music of ROCKY HORROR.
It's not for sale or download. It's meant only for your enjoyment, and for some, a trip to Transexual, Transylvania.
I've been singing all my life.
I was singing at one venue where my friend, BIG MIKE MCKENNA (R.I.P.) had a catalog containing all of the songs from the soundtrack of "THE ROCKY HORROR PICTURE SHOW", and I decided to try some of them out.
The audience always gave me a positive response. Bless You All!
The engineer had managed to get a couple of songs recorded, and I posted them on my website.
I was surprised by the positive feedback that I got.
I have always wanted to have a recording of me singing the music from ROCKY HORROR.
With some help from from THE STRINGMASTER, we recorded what you are hearing now.
We recorded it quick and dirty, so it's got a few bumps here and there.
I do not claim to to able to sing like Meatloaf or Susan Sarandon.
I am particularly proud of Track 13 - "Planet Schmanet, Janet", and Track 14 - "Rose Tint My World"
The majority of this recording was made in Los Angeles during April and May 2007.
Some of these songs were recorded in front of a live audience, and some were not.
It was a lot of fun putting this together. I'm singing with one of my favorite bands.
I encourage you to go to the show and accquire the DVD and CD's of all ROCKY HORROR music.
about some my experiences with ROCKY HORROR.
Rocky Horror Picture Show," "Shock Treatment," "Twentieth Century
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