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Filmmaker Terry R. Wickham is stoked and honored to announce that the band Autograph has agreed to license their song “All Emotions” from their latest album Get Off Your Ass (click to see official Music Video) for Wickham’s upcoming suspense-thriller Double Vision.
Autograph left an everlasting imprint on rock ‘n’ roll. The platinum-selling Southern California hard rock juggernauts gave the world the ubiquitous hit “Turn Up the Radio”, seminal albums such as Sign In Please , That’s The Stuff , and Loud and Clear  as well as unforgettable sold out shows alongside everybody from Mötley Crüe and Ronnie James Dio to Van Halen and Aerosmith. Given those accolades, when they disbanded in 1989, they never left the hearts and minds of millions of fans around the globe. Simply put, a reunion was both inevitable and essential.
In 2011, founding guitarist Steve Lynch and bassist Randy Rand decided to meet up at the NAMM show in Anaheim. They rekindled their friendship first, opening up the lines of communication and bonding more than ever before. With the relationship rebuilt, they made a collective decision to jam again.
“We approached our original singer Steve Plunkett about a reunion,” recalls Lynch. ” He didn’t have the time to join the band again due to how busy his business is. He did give us his blessing to move forward though, and that was important. We missed our fans. This is for them.”
Fully embracing the future, the remaining members caught some videos of singer/guitarist Simon Daniels of Jailhouse on YouTube. Instantly, they sensed a connection and knew that he was meant for the open spot in the center stage.
“He has big shoes to fill,” smiles Rand. “Nevertheless, he was born to front Autograph. His hard-edged, bluesy voice and massive riffing sharpen our edge. He’s given us a new energy, and he impressed us immediately.”
“We all had a euphoric feeling after the first rehearsal,” Lynch adds. “These songs hadn’t been played in 25 years, and it was indescribable. It was great to be making music with my friends again.”
With the lineup solidified, Autograph stand poised to shake Rock ‘n’ Roll up yet again. It’s as if every element has been enhanced from the guitars to the bass and vocals as well as drums with the addition of drummer Marc Wieland.
Lynch puts it best, “We’re much heavier than before. We’re not using keyboards and we’re tuning down for a much fatter sound. That strengthens everything. At the same time, the melodic vocals and catchy hooks are still an integral part of our sound.”
Filmmaker Terry R. Wickham is looking forward to having his filmmaking friend Glenn A McBride Jr. shoot & editing a video clip for his comprehensive upcoming Filmmaking Class.
Wickham’s course will take place over 4 consecutive Saturdays in Brooklyn, where you will learn everything you need to know how to make a movie.
The entire idea of this course came from Wickham’s business associate Lucas F. Da Silva. The Award-winning filmmaker says , ” Lucas came up with an innovative idea of me utilizing my 30 years experience to teach people how to make a movie from start-to-finish. Stay tuned to learn how to register.