Bernard Fowler of The Rolling Stones with Marc Ribler+Friends

Dear Friends,

I hope your summer is going great...

We have 2 Not To Be Missed Shows coming up this month!

I've been asked to be the Musical Director by Bernard Fowler for his new CD The Bura. As you know Bernard is one of the finest vocalists in the free world (just ask Mick and Keith :-)). We've put together an incredible band for these shows.

We will be performing Rolling Stones classics and much more.

August 20 at The Highline Ballroom NYC
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August 21 at McLoone's Supper Club Asbury Park
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More shows to be announced in the months ahead!

Tune in this Friday August 14 to The Jonathan Clarke "Out Of The Box" show on Q104.3. I will be joining Bernard at 4 PM for a live performance and interview, also on iHeart radio.

Bernard will be joining The Roots on The Jimmy Fallon show on Wednesday August 19.

We hope to see you all next week!

Thank You For All Your Continued Care and Support!



Never Say Never

In 1992 I wrote a song called "How much longer is forever" with Freddie Curci and Steve Demarchi from the band Alias(Formerly known as Sheriff).

Their first #1 U.S. hit "When I'm With You" was in 1987.

Their second hit was in 1990 "More than Words" as Alias.

They went into the studio with producer John Jansen to record their second album in 1992 for EMI records.

If you recall that was the same year that The Seattle Grunge Sound took the industry by storm and Alias's fully produced album was shelved and never released. (I'm sure many other bands suffered this fate as well.)

A couple of weeks ago my manager Barry Bergman got a call from EMI that they are now releasing the Alias CD. 17 years later.

Crazy ass business that we're in. I just got a copy of the CD appropriately named Never Say Never and I must say (taking into consideration that it's 17 years old) it sounds great.


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