September 2004 Archives
2. Who Do You Love
3. Night Time
4. Drink Alone
5. One Bourbon, One Scotch, One Beer
6. Don't Let The Bossman Get You Down
7. The Sky Is Crying
8. Sweet Little Lady
9. Greedy Man
11. Bad To The Bone
12. Gear Jammer
13. Move It On Over
14. The Fixer
15. You Talk Too Much
16. That's It I Quit
17. Rockin My Life Away
Christine: Special Edition will be released September 28 on DVD. If you remember, Bad To The Bone is featured prominently in the movie. The DVD will also have among it's special features:
"...various topics covered are the elements that went into shooting the opening flashback sequence, filming the transformation shots after principal photography had wrapped, the difficulties encountered in shooting a sequence where the car is completely engulfed in flames, a practical joke with a twin sister, and the original epilogue with an appearance by "Bad to the Bone" songwriter George Thorogood."
view entire DVD review here.
I didn't have to wait long to be able to confirm...
view the news directly at the official GT site.
The new live CD will arrive in stores October 19! More info to come...
There have also been rumors of this show on DVD as well, but I haven't been able to confirm. As soon as I hear for sure, you guys will be the first to know.
* Note: I'm a little late with this one! *
Robby Gordon will return to NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series (NCTS) competition on August 25, 2004 at Bristol Motor Speedway in the No. 47 Acxiom Morgan Dollar Motorsports Silverado with a special paint scheme showcasing George Thorogood and the 30-year anniversary of his Bad to the Bone tour.
Click here for a pic of the truck.
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Radio giant Clear Channel Communications (NYSE: CCU) plans to auction 43 autographed guitars to benefit victims of Hurricane Charley.
Among the celebrities who have autographed the guitars are Tom Petty, Robert Plant, The Strokes, George Thorogood, the Stone Temple Pilots, ZZ Top, Kenny Rogers, Wynonna Judd, Incubus, Sammy Hagar, Linkin Park and Britney Spears. The auction, on the Web site www.StormAid.com, was scheduled to start at 3 p.m. today and end Sept. 20.
All proceeds will go directly to displaced families and the Red Cross, Clear Channel said.
The San Antonio-based company owns two television stations and seven radio stations in Jacksonville.