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Who is YOUR Favorite '80s Hair Band?
Written by Element 115
Friday, 01 October 2010 23:48
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Element 115 digs the music and style of the '80s hair bands. In fact, some people compare a few of our songs to some of the greats of the genre. We like the fun times associated with the carefree '80s. Maybe you remember the '80s. Maybe you weren't there. Maybe you WERE there, but you WEREN'T there, if you get my drift. Tongue out

Anyway, we wonder, if a list were presented, which you would pick out of a dozen of the more than 50 bands considered a "labeled" hair band.

Please go to the POLLS section and vote, and tell a friend to visit and give their vote.

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Last Updated on Friday, 01 October 2010 23:59
Do you care about the Constitution?
Written by Element 115
Friday, 01 October 2010 17:22
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The more we experience this time period, the more surprised we are that The People allow themselves to be abused by a few in TEMPORARY positions of SERVILE power.

pResidential SealThere are those realizing that procedures were put in place by America's Founders to reign in the abuse of power grabbed by these Civil Servants. One of today's heroes is Van Irion, an attorney who has filed a Class Action Lawsuit against Obama and his administration for attempting to pass Socialized Medicine and its debilitating expenses on the American public in violation of Constitutional limits clearly put in place on the federal government.

His site is the Liberty Legal Foundation, so please visit, and at least become a plaintiff in the current class-action suit to stop "Obama Care" which is really "Hillary Care" with a different face. When we were all massively against "Hillary Care" it was okay. Now that we're massively against "Obama Care" we're racists, at least that's what the media would have us believe.

AL knows that any government which ignores its own laws is a tyranny. America is supposed to be a Republic. Will you help restore the design? Until the "Commerce clause" is re-interpreted by the Supreme Court to mean what it originally meant (that there must be "regular" commerce between the States), like the 2nd Amendment was recently (that ALL PEOPLE have the right to keep and bear arms EVERYWHERE except where private property owners require the checking-in of arms), tyranny continues at the federal level of government.

Please take action. Become a plaintiff in the class-action suit against socialized medicine in America.

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Written by Element 115
Friday, 24 September 2010 23:15
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With torrential rains hitting the Route 66 riders between Albuquerque and Flagstaff, the Generation Jones show with "Smoke" (Jess, Carla & Michael) was officially rained out. Since the band did set the show up and was ready to play, approximately 20 people, including the bar crew and sound engineers, got a rock 'n roll show in a great venue (Orpheum Theater in Flagstaff) like it was their own private party.

Performing as Smoke
"Generation Jones" is Jess, Mike Anthony Jones, Michael, Carla, and Mike Kravitz on drums.

The band plays Motorcycle-Themed music like Bryan Adams meets Allman Brothers with a little Stray Cats. All motorcycle riders would walk away with a smile after this show. For samples of motorcycle music from Mike Anthony Jones, be sure to visit www.MotorcycleMusic.US.

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Written by Element 115
Tuesday, 21 September 2010 22:45
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Smoke (the trio)Element 115 (without AL) will be performing as "Smoke," the core unit of Generation Jones, the band which backs up Mike Anthony Jones, THE motorcycle music guy.

If you've ever ridden out on the open road, you'll relate to the songs being performed at the Orpheum in Flagstaff tomorrow, Sept. 22nd. For more info on Mike Anthony Jones, be sure to visit the Motorcycle Music web site.

They'll be playing songs from the "Motoring the Mother Road" album, and the "Ride To Live, Live To Ride" album, which is also the sound track to Mr.Jones' upcoming movie, "Live To Ride."

Isn't it about time the motorcyclist was portrayed as the good guy? This movie will make you smile, give you a thrill or two, and give you a chance to see SMOKE and other musicians on the big screen (in select locations) and on your flat screen!

In addition to the Mike Anthony Jones music, the band is likely to play some great classic rock from the '70s and '80s.

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Michael Receives Technology Award
Written by Element 115
Monday, 13 September 2010 00:56
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On June 20th, 2010, Michael received the Technology Award in Music and was inducted into the Arizona Nightclub Performer's Hall of Fame.

Element 115 performed, and the band's technology was on display and used by all of the performers that night.

Photos by Gene Kernan of Prophet Communications:

Tuning With The Lights On

AL is Always Ready to ROCK!

Carla and Jess Jammin'
Carla and Jess Perform at the Hall Of Fame Induction Ceremony

Michael and Carla
Michael and Carla Sing "Warrior" at the Evening's Ceremony

Element 115 at the Ariz. Nightclub Performer's Hall Of Fame
Element 115 Plays "Seal Of Approval" at the Hall Of Fame Induction Ceremony

In addition to performing, and setting up all of the sound and lighting equipment for the event, Michael ran sound and lights for each of the performers who took the stage that night. The first performer needed some back-up vocals to help him relax, so Michael jumped right in and sang. After that, Alice Tatum was up for her induction, and to perform. As Michael helped her up to the stage, she said, "You're singing with me, too!"

Then, Tommy Holloway, George Hamilton, and Jodi Light also had Michael singing backup before the night was over.

Terry & Ann Davies needed no help whatsoever, as they had a heck of a rockin' set of Elton John and Billy Joel songs where everyone in their band sang.

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