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Asahartz Rock Revelation

4:00 pm 6:00 pm

Current show

Asahartz Rock Revelation

4:00 pm 6:00 pm

Background

Tokyo storm / band

Ben Green
Front Man – Ben Green joined
Tokyo Storm in its infancy and
evolved superbly as the Optimistic
album took shape. Full of desire
and a hunger to succeed with work
ethic & attitude to match. Ben’s
superb vocals are an asset to the
songs melodies that make the
album a masterpiece.
Joe Bartnicki
Founder member Joe has always
possessed a flair to compose
songs structured with catchy
melodies to hook an unsuspecting
listener. After a long break from
composing, Bob Peach managed
to cajole Joe back to writing and
recording.
1 Optimistic State Of Mind 2 Is This Love
3 Tune 4 Stormy Night
5 Kill The Machines 6 Silent Obsession
7 Fire In Your Eyes 8 Lady Darkness
9 Summer Feeling 10 Signals
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Sounds amazing, It’s a beautifully balanced opus, and with the vast
majority of songs on offer being over the five-minute mark, you certainly
get your money’s worth. will certainly be high on my list of releases; and
I’m already looking forward to their sophomore effort.
Dave Crompton.
LET IT ROCK
Criminally unsigned, the quartet demonstrates a great potential, and the
listener must be hooked on the band’s mood immediately, Optimism
should take this band far…
Dmitry M. Epsteine
Sonic Bandwaggon
Each of the ten songs is crafted well and delivered impeccably. The
standard of song writing, musicianship, and production has resulted in a
polished and professional-sounding debut collection
Richard Wall
Needle in the groove
If you are a true fan of AOR/melodic rock, you really need to check out
Tokyo Storm. What I’ve heard so far is a cracking set of melodic rock songs
that would grace any AOR lovers collection. You wouldn’t think that this
thing is self-produced as it’s as good as anything I’ve heard.
Paul Chesworth
E B F
The song that makes this album and closes it is my personal fave, the
wonderful eleven minute instrumental piece entitled “Signals”. With
elements of Pink Floyd and some superlative musicianship on display, it
provides balance and a fitting album closer leaving the listener with a
knowing smile that they have just experienced a stunning rock album
from start to finish.
Keith James Sinclair
Jason Edwards
Superb note technician and
vocalist who joined Tokyo Storm in
2017. Jason started playing guitar
in his early teens and discovered a
writing talent which he put to work
in the 80’s. He is still writing and
recording to the present day.
Bob Peach
Founder member Bob Peach
turned his drumming skills in to a
profession during the 80’s
dedicating his time touring with a
number of bands, Bob also
developed a talent for producing
and engineering solo artists and
bands, drawing from a vast
knowledge acquired over the years
in production and composition.
Bob pooled those skills which at a
later stage he reaped the rewards
by acquiring publishing deals in
the USA and Canada.