Resurrection (Rez) Band vintage performance, early 80’s.

An early performance of Rez Band, circa somewhere between 1982-84. They performed in Puerto Rico a couple of times, the most remembered by me with Swiss Band Jerusalem in Palacio De Los Deportes, Mayaguez in 1983. This clip is part of a vhs promotional footage featuring a live performance of Rez Band during that time. Obviously, copyes of that tape were spreaded to promote those gigs in PR. Rez had a very important place within the origins of the Christian Hard Rock Music Movement and have been the preeminent example of how to evangelize using Christian rock. And obviously, they ROCK big time. Glenn Kaiser – vocals, guitar, dulcimer, harmonica Wendi Kaiser – vocals Stu Heiss – guitar, keyboards Jim Denton – bass guitar, keyboards(1974-1987) Roy Montroy – bass guitar, keyboards(1987-2000) John Herrin – drums
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In the 80’s (A remix compilation)

1985 in music – Death of Rick Nelson, Live Aid and Farm Aid benefit concerts, Whitney Houston releases her first self-titled album which becomes the most successful female debut album of all time. The famous hard rock band Guns N’ Roses was formed in Los Angeles. 1984 in music – Death of Marvin Gaye, release of Bob Marley & The Wailers collection Legend, the best-selling reggae album of all time; Madonna releases Like a Virgin which goes Diamond; Akhnaten by Philip Glass premieres in Stuttgart, Prince releases the album and film Purple Rain, Van Halen release the Diamond-certified 1984, which contains the #1 single “Jump” and becomes their last studio album to feature David Lee Roth on vocals. 1983 in music – Death of Muddy Waters, New Order release “Blue Monday”; Def Leppard releases Pyromania, The Police’s Synchronicity tour starts, Metallica releases their first album Kill ‘Em All. Madonna releases her 5x Platinum self-titled debut album. Iron Maiden release their fourth album Piece of Mind. 1982 in music – Death of Thelonious Monk, Lightnin’ Hopkins, Glenn Gould, Randy Rhoads; Michael Jackson releases Thriller, the best-selling album of all time[14]; Blondie disband; The compact disc is introduced. Iron Maiden release their best selling album The Number of the Beast. 1981 in music – MTV first airs; Death of Bob Marley. Iron Maiden release their second album Killers. 1980 in music – Joy Division singer Ian Curtis commits suicide, Bon Scott dies, John Lennon is murdered

80’s Hair/Metal/Glam/Hard Rock Bands From A – Z Part 2

Love 80s music? Visit www.thegreat80s.com Video Description Here are more snipits of 80s metal band videos. Hair bands, Metal Bands, Glam Bands, Hard Rock Bands, whatever you want to call them, these are bands that would have been on MTV’s Headbangers Ball in the 80s. This is the 2nd upload of this video, as the first one was disabled for copywrite issues, so we had to reupload it with the offending music removed.