“It died of terminal acceptance”: How The Red Devils became the house band at one of the strangest funerals ever.
A deep dive into the keys to all 12 songs on “King King”
Cadillacs, meat bones and a new haircut: In 1982, Bill Bateman and Belinda Carlisle felt like “the first couple of Hollywood”
Jonny Ray Bartel sent this Daily Variety article on the opening night at the Hollywood House of Blues April 22, 1994, featuring Aerosmith and The Red Devils: Bartel also shared his recollections from that show: We were offered the warming slot for Aerosmith on the opening night of Hollywood’s House of Blues on Sunset Blvd.Continue reading “Red Devils open Hollywood House of Blues 1994”
Hope everyone had a great New Year’s holiday this year. Seems a good time to look back on what the Red Devils were doing this week in year’s past: 1992: The Devils were among the stars in Aspen, according to the Jan. 6 Rocky Mountain News: (Don) Henley was spotted later that evening at ChinaContinue reading “Devils celebrate New Year’s Eve”
Walk up to the door, and pay the cover — it’s Monday night at the King King club in Hollywood, and The Red Devils are on stage. For those of us who missed it the first time around, these photos of the Devils at the King King, taken by Vince Jordan, are a great find.Continue reading “Photos: Red Devils’ last King King gig, 1993”