JACK RUSSELL, ROBBY LOCHNER & HERMAN RAREBELL – Together On 2013 Song: “Don’t Make No Promises” – Is Stone’s METAL Pick Of The Day!

Herman Rarebell & Friends - Acoustic Fever - promo cover pic!

On July 2nd, 2013, Herman Rarebell & Friends – Acoustic Fever was released via MFP Music Production. This legendary and (ex) Scorpions drummer, Herman Rarebell, will always be placed high atop a tier of excellence, for me! It’s a nifty lineup of legendary Heavy Rock vocalists that join Herman Rarebell on this fantastic album too! With Gary Barden  (MSG), Tony Martin (Black Sabbath), Don Dokken, Paul Shortino (King Kobra, Rough Cutt), Doogie White (Rainbow) and more joining Herman Rarebell for some acoustic ear candy.

One legendary vocalist I’m happy to see make an appearance on this album is Jack Russell. The legendary founding member and (former) frontman of Great White excels vocally on this acoustic track: Don’t Make No Promises. With his Jack Russell’s Great White steadfastly marching on, Jack Russell has proven he’s never left the building!

Take a listen below for yourself… and know that… Don’t Take No Promises with Jack Russell, Robby Lochner and Herman Rarebell is:

Stone’s METAL Pick Of The Day!

Metal be thy name.

* You can order the MP3 album of Herman Rarebell & Friends  by clicking the link below! Whoa!



* For more info on JACK RUSSELL’S GREAT WHITE:

Facebook: Jack Russell’s Great White Pirates Page

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2 Responses to “JACK RUSSELL, ROBBY LOCHNER & HERMAN RAREBELL – Together On 2013 Song: “Don’t Make No Promises” – Is Stone’s METAL Pick Of The Day!”

  1. This looks like a very cool release Stone! Herman and Doogie were on fine form when I saw them with Schenker earlier this year in Dublin- and it’s great to see John Parr on there! John worked with several of my mates in the past, and is a great singer, guitarist and writer. \m/

    • You lucky you saw that Schenker show! I’ve never seen Michael Schenker ‘live’… and he played in the very desolate Norfolk, Connecticut a year or 2 ago, my ‘old stomping grounds’!!! Go figure.

      Very cool about John Parr. John Parr has certainly excelled in his career! Yes, Kev, too often these kind of albums fly under the Rock ‘N Roll radar! \m/\m/

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