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Celebrating 50 years on his 'Rock Roller Coaster.' Former AC/DC drummer Chris Slade continues to hit the road in the UK for another phase of the 2014 tour of his new band THE CHRIS SLADE TIMELINE – Powerhouse CHRIS SLADE plays alongside five other members of THE CHRIS SLADE TIMELINE, who are incidentally presently largely unknown musicians but in the words of Slade himself are 'amazingly talented, World Class musicians and as good as any I have ever played with in my career' :- STEVE GLASSCOCK (Strange World of Arthur Brown sessionist) non AC/DC vocals, PAUL DAVIS (90's Hells Angels favourite heavy rock band 'Rockweiler') on AC/DC vocals, JAMES CORNFORD (Blaze Bayley, The Custodian and others) lead guitar/BVocs, MICHAEL J CLARK rhythm guitar/keys/BVocs and ANDY CROSBY bass.
This personal project of Slade's which headlined the legendary 'Rock n Blues Festival' in Derby last year, will continue to include, as well as an electrifying drum solo from himself, material from his illustrious career as a top rock drummer... AC/DC, Earthband, Uriah Heep, The Firm, Asia, Gary Moore, David Gilmour, MSG to name but a few since joining Tom Jones in the early sixties as one of Tom's 'Squires' at the tender age of 16 years. This UK tour has taken the band all over the UK with new dates being added all the time. THE CHRIS SLADE TIMELINE have studio recorded an EP, on sale at all gigs which includes AC/DC, Uriah Heep and Manfred Mann Earth Band Tracks.
Astonishingly, Slade's career shows no signs of winding down but continues as busy as ever. He has recently completed another tour in Russia with The Classic Rock All Stars which also includes artists such as Tony Martin (Black Sabbath) Geoff Nichols (Black Sabbath) Bobby Rondinelli (Rainbow) Craig Goldy (Dio), Greg Smith (Alice Cooper) Chris also continues to spend much of his time on extensive personal appearances all over Europe, Russia and South America.
Slade received his highest exposure in 1989 when he was asked to join AC/DC as the replacement for Simon Wright. Slade played on the 1990 "Razor's Edge" album which included 'Thunderstruck' receiving a Grammy award nomination for his work. Slade toured with AC/DC's 'Razor's Edge Tour' for three years and it culminated in the release of "Big Gun" which was part of the 'Last Action Hero' movie soundtrack starring Arnold Swartzeniegger. Slade left the band when former drummer Phil Rudd was reinstated. Angus Young has since been quoted as saying "Chris Slade was the best musician in AC/DC." High praise indeed!
Don't miss THE CHRIS SLADE TIMELINE show with its infectious energy and unforgettable rock anthems marking his ride on a 50 year 'rock roller coaster.'
For further information and some interesting video clips and photos, both current and vintage, visit the Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/pages/THE-CHRIS-SLADE-TIMELINE/250282005103235?ref=hl