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The Rockstar Ramblings: Rose Ceremony

This week new music and videos featuring an eye-balling, lots of roses, and the Virgin Mary (yes, that Virgin Mary) from The Treatment, Tom Keifer, and The Quireboys.

The Treatment have released a music video for "I Bleed Rock+Roll", the first taste from the UK rocker's upcoming follow-up to 2011's 'This Might Hurt.’ While watching this video I first wondered if all the band members went to the same barber; however, I quickly became very concerned when I realized I had been hypnotized by those eyes…

Cinderella front man Tom Keifer has released a music video for "The Flower Song", one of the singles from his debut solo album 'The Way Life Goes.’ The video shows the stages a young Tom Keifer may have endured. The first scene I title “puppy love” shows a young Kiefer with a crush on a girl. He is playing Little League. What position did he play? I bet Keifer was a third baseman. Those fuckers are always crazy. The other takeaway is that older “pool hall” Kiefer was much cooler than teenage Kiefer. Where was rock star Kiefer, with thousands of women ripping off their shirts? I think he missed that one…

The Quireboys have released a music video for "Mother Mary", the latest single from the band's recent studio album 'Beautiful Curse.’ /Watching the video and afraid to say anything…

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David S. Grant (aka Rockstar_Scribbler) is the author of several books including Rock Stars, Happy Hour, and Corporate Porn. For more information please go to www.rockstarbooks.net or www.davidsgrant.com. You can also follow David on Twitter @david_S_grant.

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