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Friday, April 3, 2009

Hard Rock Casino In Biloxi : The Guitars On Display

These are the guitars on display in the Hard Rock Casino in Biloxi, Mississippi. These guitars were from these artists who left a memorabilia after their performances in this Hotel. Kris Kristofferson is the artist that sang: Help Me Make It Through The Night. I like that guitar too. Now, if you love to sing-along, click that song and you will hear the music.
The guitar of Bee Gees maybe simple as it looks but, you heard their numerous hit songs on the radio. I personally like How Deep Is Your Love, Too Much Heaven, To Love Somebody ,Woman In Love and Words. Joan Osborne is the artist that sang What If God Is One Of Us. I bet you heard that song.
This is the guitar of Joe Perry of Aerosmith. Just listen {here}.
One of the finest artist that I love to listen, SEAL. My favorite song from him is This Could Be Heaven.
James Lomenzo is a member of the group White Lion from 1984 to 1991, a metal bassist. These are the albums that he played with: Fight to Survive (1985), Pride(1987), Big Game (1989), Mane Attraction (1991), The Best Of (1992). And these are the songs that I love so much from this group: You're All I Need, When The Children Cry and Till Death Do Us Part. Hoping you enjoyed the guitar display and the songs.

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