An Interview with Gianmaria ‘Jommy’ Puledda of Spread Eagle

For Italian-bred metal maestro, Gianmaria’ Jommy’ Puledda, a dream of dazzling audiences on American soil has finally come to fruition.

Play Dirty: Lead Guitarists Who Shaped the 80s & 90s Glam Metal-Era

Some of the players listed hardly required an introduction, while others may have rekindled awareness to bands and guitarists that time has all but forgotten. Though impassioned discourse is imminent, and welcomed, it’s important to keep one thing in mind – the is no right or wrong submissions. Just endless optionality. Cheers.

An Interview with Rob DeLuca of Spread Eagle

From humble east coast origins to the biggest stages in the world, that, in a nutshell, is a brief summarization of the career of veteran bassist, Rob DeLuca. But if we simply boiled it down to those few short turns of phrase, we wouldn’t be giving DeLuca his due.

An Interview with Ray West of Spread Eagle

While you may not know Ray West by his face, or by his name, one thing is certain, take one listen to the music of Spread Eagle, and you will know West by the scream.

An Interview with Tommi Gallo of Spread Eagle

While the original four members of Spread Eagle may have each forged their own paths and may find themselves in different parts of the world, the fact remains that the music they made will bond them forever and that those songs will stand the test of time. No one will ever be able to take that away from Paul, Ray, Rob, and Tommi.

An Interview with Ziv Shalev of Spread Eagle

In an age where guitar heroes are forsaken, modern-day guitar virtuoso, Ziv Shalev is bucking that trend, and kicking down doors with great ferocity in the process.

An Interview with Rik DeLuca of Spread Eagle

Rik DeLuca’s journey through Rock ‘N’ Roll hasn’t always been easy, but like the band for which he pounds the skins, Spread Eagle, Rik is nothing if not persistent, and resilient.

An Interview with Salvadore Poe, Formally Known As Paul DiBartolo of Spread Eagle

Spread Eagle wasn’t just another Rock band, no, they were the epitome of late 80s and early 90s New York Street Metal. This was a band who was to be the east coast’s answer to Guns N’ Roses and then some. Spread Eagle’s ballsy, sleazy, and hard-driving sound was one that would come to define an era.

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