Thursday, November 25, 2010
Today was the day! From the moment I woke up, I was walking on air! I didn’t even eat breakfast! As soon as I got dressed, I grabbed my electric guitar and headed out. I soon reached the big stage, our band, the Shadow Masters, were going to perform tonight in front of about 50,000 people! I hoped I wouldn’t screw up! We were going to perform Beat It, by Michael Jackson, and because I’m the electric guitarist, I got a really hard bit to play!
I met up with Upchuck, Blaze and Death bringer, as soon as we greeted each other, it was practicing away, I still had trouble with the last note, Blaze says to use the metal tube. Other than that, everything went according to plan. I felt a bit nervous with the metal tube.
I caught a taxi back to home and I tried really hard to perfect my main part in the song. At 7:00, I hitched a ride on a limousine to the concert, the real thing started at 8:00pm, so me and my band had one last practice before the concert. At last! The moment had come, we stepped into the blearing audience, they were all cheering so loud, I thought my head would explode! (Some of our fans even fainted!) We all looked at Upchuck; he nodded, and then started.
Everything went pretty well, me and Death bringer were rocking it out on our guitars, then my big moment came, without Blaze’s singing to guide me, it was just me and a quiet sound from Deathy’s (death bringer) bass guitar. My heart was pounding like a distant war drum, and then it came. I played my part, and I was actually relaxed! After all those practicing, it finally paid off! I came to a big stretch on my guitar, and I succeeded! We ended with a beat it echo! The audience sounded like a thousand trumpets rolled into one! After a lot of bows, we walked off the stage; exasperated. Then our manager signed us all to a party! We all said no, because we were sooooooo tired! I arrived back at my house, slumped on my bed, exhausted! Well, tomorrow, there’s another
concert! Uhhh! Sometimes I hate being a rock star! Ok, goodnight!
Today was THE day. From the moment I woke up I was walking on air. Today, I and the rest of Shadow Masters performed at Wembly Stadium. There were 100,000 people coming to see our performance, imagine how nervous I was.
When we had our final practice one of my electric guitars strings broke when I played my first note! So after that was fixed, we continued the rehearsal and there were no other problems. Then we had to practice the entrance since it was extremely hard but we mastered it.
Then the big moment! We were all in a helicopter and there was a super long cable attached to the guitars’ and we started playing in mid-air. Sadly, Upchuck our drummer had to stay on the ground but still everyone in the crowd went wild. Their favorite song which is also the rock anthem of the world Bohemian Rhapsody and the way Blaze sang it was beautiful.
After the concert we spent about an hour giving out autographs! Then there was the after party which was so long that it ended at 1:00 am by the time it finished. So you can guess that it wouldn’t take long for me to fall asleep.
Charlie was born into to a rich family which had made its money from building resorts, 6 and 7 star hotels and numerous Disney lands all over the world. He was born on January 1st 1970. His parents [Jim RJ woods and Celeste Ann hunter] have always told everyone that when he was born he had harmonic melody to his crying along with a beat! When Charlie was three he had a baby sister called Amber RJ Woods  who also shared the same beat in crying along with his older sister Jade Celeste Woods .
When Charlie was about three his love of music blossomed at his preschool [Salem preschool of America]. When the high school choir and orchestra played and sung, a high soprano came out with an amazing solo. Since then, he has always loved the sound you make when you swoop on high notes. When he was eight, Charlie met his adopted brother and future member of the band. Freddy RJ Woods who his parents one day had found on the streets half-starved and exhausted having run away from his orphanage.
The name Shadow Masters was chosen [in Charlie’s opinion] in memory of their days in university when they watched horror movies like the exorcist. Their first album as a band was called way down and was produced in 1992. Their next album called scorpion in the sky produced in 1993. The band was going very smoothly until Charlie decided to go for a concert with his two sisters. The band, thinking he wanted to breakup, would not talk to him for a month, except for Freddy
In 2000 Freddy got married
The wedding commenced in June 2003 with Freddy as the head man, Stuart was the usher and Justin an honored guest
The new album Ivan de casocove came out two weeks later. 3 years later Charlie and Maria have 4 kids [Tom, Jimmie, Opal, and Kate] Unfortunately Their 5th child died of neuro pharo mitosis.
Currently Maria and Charlie are thinking about making a surprise appearance at Broadway since the Shadow Masters had been accepted into the rock band hall of fame.
Freddie Black was born (to be a rock star) in 1971, 29th of May. Black was orphaned in a place called
Both of them went to
Deathbringer (real name Stuart Strauss), who is the lead guitarist of the band Shadowmasters, entered the world, kicking and screaming, on the 25th of September 1975, in
He met the rest of the band at a movie premiere of “Goodness Gracious Me”. After they formed the Shadow Masters, the band has won 10 awards, 5 Grammies, 2 MTV awards and 3 AMA awards.
In a recent interview his dad Chris said, “I never thought he would be a musician, he was a big fan of cricket and once he was in the field he dived to stop a ball and his pants fell down!”
Ghost rider (real name: Michael Punson), entered into the world, punching and kicking, on the 22nd May 1970. His Caring parents, Annie and George, could easily tell from that very moment that this thumb-sucking baby was born to alter their lives. Little did they know that he would rise up to be a worldwide super-star by the age of 20.
Michael’s father was a famous bass guitarist teacher, and because father George was a guitarist, he thought that by the time his son was 3, he would teach Michael his greatest tricks on the guitar. Annie was a housewife, who once did a great feat in the house, involving a mop tied to a pet dog. Michael’s first schooling took place at Bilberry Bob’s nursery in
At the age of 4, Michael attended the great Ebenezer primary school, his habit of drawing guitars showed on his books: literacy, math etc. Michael was soon teetering precariously on the edge of suspension, knowing this, Michael quickly ended that habit, and then he was safe. On Michael’s 5th birthday, he received his very own guitar from his parents, so then he started learning, tutored by his dad. He was a fast learner, always wanting to get on to the next lesson.
By the time he was 10, Michael was almost as good as his father, at that time, Michael was in year 6, and there was a big test coming, so Michael had to drop his lessons on the guitar, so he could study. With a lot of hard work and determination, Michael got full marks, and as a bonus, got admitted into Kellett secondary, so he soon resumed his lessons.
To Michael’s amazement, Kellett had a school band! He rapidly joined and became the top guitarist in the school.
After 6 years had passed, Michael was admitted into
2 months later, Michael emerged from the hospital; he was healthy, and so the band the continued their concerts. Michael’s future is to help poor children, and to donate money to elderly people with no home.