My First Record: Ronnie Kwasman of Margot and the Nuclear So and So’s | TVD Memphis

My First Record

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My First Record: Ronnie Kwasman of Margot and the Nuclear So and So’s | TVD Memphis

Well, this might completely destroy what’s left of my “indie credibility”, but the first vinyl record I ever purchased with my own money was an album by Styx, it was called Pieces of Eight.

Let me start off by saying, I grew up in Chicago in the 70s, and at that time the biggest and coolest bands were Cheap Trick, Kiss, and Styx. Cheap Trick was my first concert in 1979, and it changed my life and made me, thanks to the amazing power pop styling and insane guitar virtuosity of Rick Nielson, the guitar player I am today.

I knew then, after that show, that’s what I wanted to do in life. But I digress…

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About Sizzle Burles

I play music to make you dance, House Music, and my goal is to play for 500,000 LIVE on a sound system 20 times the power of Sting International, all stages of Tomorrowland, every banging club in Ibiza, Sonar Festival, Cielos, and Output combined, because I love power.
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