Reviews & Spotlights

Skills: Different Worlds

Hard rock legends Brad Gillis (guitar; Night Ranger) and Billy Sheehan (bass; Mr. Big, The Winery Dogs, Sons Of Apollo) put their collective skills on display on their outstanding debut Different Worlds that has heads turning and ears tuning in the world over. The quartet introduces Brazilian singer Renan Zonta (Electric Mob, Brother Against Brother) that puts the foursome firmly on the map as '80s hard rock revivalists with a modern flare. You can't listen to Zonta and not hear the influence of those who came before him like Dio and Coverdale but he is far from a clone and the 11-track album covers a lot of ground providing him with enough room to establish himself as a powerful vocalist in his own right. David Huff (Giant) on drums holds the whole unit together with precision and controlled chaos. While the individual talents are off the charts, formidable and renowned it is the synergistic sum of all its parts that will establish Skills as a force to be reckoned with.

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