SGL Entertainment is pleased to announce that they have inked a deal with filmmaker Johnny Daggers for his upcoming documentary “Blood on the Reel” a documentary which focuses on Indie Horror Filmmakers from around the world and the perils their put through to bring you their films. “I loved the notion of sharing what I had been through to bring the fans my films.” Quotes Johnny Daggers… I then started thinking about some of the other filmmaker friends of mine who had encountered similar problems with their films. It then dawned on me that no one has ever made a documentary premised on what indie filmmakers go through to get their art shown. At times many of us have put our lives and livelihood on the line, not to mention our freedom so that we can bring to you our vision, our heart and soul. I decided that this is a documentary that I need to make. That I was perhaps put here to create. And even if I never make another film again, this documentary would be something that I can always be proud of. With that said, what started out to be an extra DVD feature for the anniversary edition of “Samhain: Night Feast” soon took on a life of its own. The life that you now know is “Blood on the Reel: The Guts Behind Indie Filmmaking”.
Some of the films included in the documentary are: Wound, Tonight You Die, House of Good & Evil, Drive-In Horror Show, A Dark Place and Also Massimiliano Cerchi’s “The House of Evil” which will be available in 2015 via SGL Entertainment. Jeffrey A. Swanson and Damien Dante who head up SGL Entertainment are especially excited about this release as they too are both horror filmmakers, and can relate personally to this documentary. Damien and Jeffrey are the creators of the successful Jezebeth Film Franchise. Johnny Daggers “Blood on the Reel” will be available on DVD, Cable TV and Video On Demand in early 2015 via SGL Entertainment and their distribution partners Indie Rights Movies and MVD Visual.
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German Rock Band UNBREAKABLE make their Worldwide Radio Premiere on this week’s edition of
“Streets Of Rock & Roll” the acclaimed radio show hosted by Ron Keel and currently airing on over
50 FM/AM/online stations worldwide. www.StreetsOfRockNRoll.com
UNBREAKABLE’s debut album “Knockout” was produced by longtime “Scorpions” drummer and songwriter Herman Rarebell and will be released July 29th on Dark Star Records. Rarebell himself makes an appearance on Keel’s radio show to talk about the band and their music: “I feel like they have what it takes to go all the way, and they remind me very much of the Scorpions when we were young and first came to the United States,” he proclaims during the exclusive interview which can be heard in its entirety at:
A complete list of affiliate stations and airtimes is also online there. Keel’s one-hour weekly broadcast often features the latest music from rock legends as well as giving the new generation of arena rockers a chance to be heard; another bright young star featured on this year’s Monsters Of Rock Cruise, 15 year-old Gabbie Rae, will be heard on the radio for the first time on this week’s episode of the show. “It’s important to acknowledge those acts – like Scorpions – who blazed the hard rock trail for all of us,” Ron states, “but it’s equally important to support acts like Unbreakable and Gabbie Rae who are the future of this music.”
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Fleetwood Mask is the Ultimate Tribute to Fleetwood Mac, and is Endorsed by Mick Fleetwood himself. I had a chance to see the band Live at the Art & Wine Festival in Walnut Creek California on May 31st 2014. Quotes “Jeffrey A. Swanson Editor for Movies Models and Music Magazine. Here is my review:
As I arrived to the Festival I could hear the band playing “Oh Well” originally recorded by “The Rockets” in 1979. A great song to get the crowd going, and so they Did. I’ve seen a lot of tribute bands in my time and also played in the popular Chicago based AC/DC Tribute band Dirty Deeds. So, I am no stranger to the world of Tribute bands. The band continued to roll out crowd favorites like Dreams, The Chain, You Make Lovin’ Fun, Sara, etc… Most of which are from the white album and Rumors. I have to admit that the band really looked a lot like Fleetwood Mac, and really pulled off a great live show. The harmonies were very good, with Barbara Martin (Christine McVie), and Steve Roberts (Lindsey Buckingham) pulling off some great backing vocals as well as their lead spots. But what really won me over was Claudette Rodrigues (Stevie Nicks) who not only played the part of Stevie Nicks to a tee, but had managed to pull off her unique vocal style. At one point during the show I found myself getting lost in the Enchantment of Fleetwood Mac, Yes! it was an Incredible experience. There was great chemistry on stage with Don Oberempt (Mick Fleetwood), Paul Jones (John McVie) and Debra Blondheim – backup vocals, percussion and keyboards rounding out the sound. Claudette Rodrigues (Stevie Nicks) Enchanted the Audience by walking out into the crowd and dancing with her many delighted fans. As the set came to an end, the band closed with the popular “Go Your Own Way”. By the time it was over the crowd demanded one more song. One More! One More! The crowd chanted, and so the band had litte choice but to play another song, and so for an encore’ the band played “Stand Back” and had the crowd on their feet the entire time. ~Jeffrey A. Swanson / Movies Models and Music Magazine