Diane Woodcheke, Author at CrypticRock

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About Diane Woodcheke

Diane Woodcheke has had her eye on a camera viewfinder since she was very young. She specializes in Fine Art, Event and Concert Photography. She is also a writer of concert and album reviews, as well as contributing to blogs. For more information please visit her website at www.dwoodcheke.com

Considered by many one of the most important bands in Rock history, Scorpions have quite a tale to tell. Undergoing lineup changes, stylistic shifts, among other setbacks, Scorpions have certainly lived up to the name of their 2004 album,&n  More...

The smell of cigarette smoke, a deep male voice telling the raunchiest jokes imaginable, followed by the sound of uncontrollable laughter, along with a gasp now and then, chances are you are at a Andrew Dice Clay show. A veteran stand-up Comic, with   More...

Produced and engineered by Sylvia Massy and former Minor Threat Bassist Steve Hansgen, Tool’s ground-breaking Opiate EP was released 25 years ago, on Tuesday March 10th of 1992. Titled after a Karl Marx quote and preceding Tool’s first full-le  More...

What better way to tell one’s story than to tell it themselves? Famously known as the original voice of Queensrÿche, Geoff Tate does just that while on his The Whole Story Ryche Acoustic Tour. Playing his music, telling behind-the-scenes stories of  More...

Classifying humans as an animal is not a new concept, but when Pink Floyd did this in 1977 with the release of the album Animals, it drew a lot of attention. Coming together in 1965, the four young men played together in other projects, and through chil  More...