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Every now and then while I'm checking out the comments on the main site, I'll notice one by a band member of the particular band I'm viewing. This sites been going for quite a while now. Does anybody know of any biggish names that have commented either here or on the main site. There must have been one or two surely?

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First to mind was/is Salty/American Dog bassist Mike Hannon. We chatted after his HH posts and even swapped some swag...

There are a few other "lesser" knowns but I will have to rack my brain to recall them.

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Roxxi Catalano (Ex-singer of De La Cruz) posted a few timed a few years ago his when his last CD was released.

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guitarist Oz Osukaru has posted on the board.

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me?

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No bigger than Mr (melodic rock ) Andrew McNeice.

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