Tesla Release New Song 'Taste My Pain'
... (hennemusic) Sacramento rockers Tesla
have released a new single, "Taste My Pain". Recorded in June at bassist Brian Wheat's J Street Recorders studio, the band plans to include it on a forthcoming album, which they're aiming to release next year. Tesla
's latest album, "Twisted Wires And The Acoustic Sessions", was released in 2011. The project featured 6 songs that were recorded in 2005 and 6 newly recorded tracks, including acoustic remakes of songs from the band's catalog, plus two brand new songs, "Second Street" and "Better Off Without You". Tesla
just wrapped up a summer series of shows and will return to live action September 13 in Clear Lake, Iowa. Listen to the new Tesla
song here. hennemusic is an official news provider for antiMusic.com. Copyright hennemusic - Excerpted here with permission. Tesla
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'Swimming (Tesla55 Remix)' by Holy Models - Free MP3
... Related ContentView Photo 'Swimming (Tesla
55 Remix)' by Holy Models - Free MP3 Artist: Holy Models Song: "Swimming (Tesla
55 Remix)" Album: Swimming "'Swimming' was inspired by a crazy beach party near our home-town of Adelaide, South Australia," Mitch of Holy Models tells Rolling Stone. "The night started as a standard bonfire affair until the entire crew stripped down & jumped in the ocean, fully naked. It was one of those moments we'll have with us forever. We needed to try and capture those vibes of being so free and full of ecstasy onto a recording, so we can relive that amazing night over and over again." This article originally appeared on Rolling Stone: 'Swimming (Tesla
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Tesla, Y&T;, Great White Lead Monsters of Rock Cruise Lineup
... (Gibson) The 2014 Monsters of Rock Cruise has just announced its lineup, including Tesla
, Y&T;, Great White, Firehouse, Eric Martin of Mr. Big and legendary drummer Carl Palmer. Rock cruises are becoming big business. This is the Monsters of Rock Cruise's third annual outing, scheduled from March 29 through April 2 2014. Passengers will also be treated to performances from the surviving original members of Ratt, the original lineup of Winger (playing the band's debut record in honor of its 25th anniversary), Cinderella, Slaughter and former Motley Crue singer John Corabi. The ship's journey begins in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, and will make room for a stop in Nassau. It will also include a detour into "a special secret location that's been christened Monster Island." more on this story Gibson.com is an official news provider for the antiMusic.com. Copyright Gibson.com - Excerpted here with permission. Tesla
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Jeff Keith (vocals)
Tommy Skeoch (guitar)
Frank Hannon (guitar, keyboards)
Brian Wheat (bass)
Troy Luccketta (drums)
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They are named after scientist and inventor Nikola Tesla. The band tried to raise the profile of Tesla by giving the Smithsonian Institute a bust of the scientist, which they rejected.
A Tesla is a unit of magnetic flux. Many of us learn this in Physics class but none of us remembers it.
The band broke up in 1995, they got back together in 2000.
They formed in Sacramento, California. A disk jockey there helped get them back together to tour after they broke up.
Skeoch had drug problems and was the first to leave the band. The other members broke up shortly after.
Cy Curnin of The Fixx
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Jon Anderson of Yes
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