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Dave "The Madman" Pirtle - Shred Reporter
Dave "The Madman" Pirtle has been causing a disturbance in the NorCal metal scene since 1999 with the debut of "The Insanitarium" on 90.5 FM KSJS (san Jose, CA). His staunch support of local bands and all things metal has made him one of the most respected figures in the scene, culminating in placing #2 in a recent magazine survey for Best Local Radio Jock cialis. His credentials eventually led to him taking over as author of the "NorCal Underground Metal Report" for the regional-based Zero Magazine (the report has since moved to the pages of another regional publication, Your Music Magazine viagra.) He has also contributed to web-based Powerslave.com and is a staff writer for MetalReview cialis.com cialis. Never one to pull punches, he now brings his "tell it like it is" style to the Raginpit Community and The Shred Report, putting his own spin on the lastest local, national, and global happenings in the metal world. He may not like your favorite band, and you may not like his, but you will probably end up sharing beers at some point anyway.
Contributing author - Stephen Anderson better known as the Grumpy Old Sound Man
After seeing a band called Legend at a concert club called the Keystone in Palo Alto CA, I decided to get a job working for them as a road crew member. I worked that gig for a couple of years at night while working my electronics tech job in the day time. One night at a gig, a lighting director for Huey Lewis and the News told me that this production company in San Jose was hiring and I soon had a job working for 3-B Productions. After many shows and many long hours up and down the west coast I took a job at a concert club in San Jose call the Cabaret. I was then booking agent/soundman/lighting director for the club. We did acts from The Ramones to Kenny G to B.B. King. The work was fun, but the pay was not good enough so I moved on to manage a retail store for 2 1/2 years. A coat and tie was not my gig and I soon found myself working for Bill Graham Presents. (I guess I was just another event whore.) Now that was a dream gig. After 3 years with that gig I moved to Phoenix, AZ and snagged a gig doing video tech work for the Phoenix Suns. Many long years and quite a few dollars later, I now own my own sound and lighting company as well as working house audio for the Phoenix Suns.Buy me a shot! [CLICK HERE]