[quote] I think he's reforming Winger
Winger reformed in 2007. Love Kip. He even wrote the music for a ballet recently. Very talented man and while I love Winger's music (especially after 1994), he's solo material is even better. Very eclectic and proggy.
He showers wearing a bikini? Is he Mormon or something?
80's hair metal was the nadir of popular music. That shit was just so fucking awful.
What was his most famous song that I might have heard back in the days when I watched MTV?
[quote]That shit was just so fucking awful.
At least it took musical talent and ability, unlike the prepackaged -everything-written-and-performed-for autotuned to in inch of its life pop music of today.
[quote]What was his most famous song that I might have heard back in the days when I watched MTV?
Their first big hit, "Seventeen", was and ode to statutory rape...
The bridge is the best part of that song, midway through.
Kip still has some of his looks, but back in the day … MAN! Yee-ow!
One post under the "Can't Get Enuff" video on Youtube reads:
"Damn...I'm a guy, and even I'd have sex with him..."
[quote]The bridge is the best part of that song, midway through.
You mean the, "Can't geeeettt eeeenufff!!" part, where the music changes a bit? Yeah, I love that part too.
Back then, if Kip, Jon Bon Jovi and Bret Michaels were all back stage and wanted to fuck, I would've gone with Kip, in a heartbeat.
The girl from the Miles Away video was from my high school graduating class of '91. Her name was Allison Kagan. Do a profile search on her from imdb.com. She's now a video producer for MTV.
Kip and Billy Ray Cyrus look alike now.
He was engaged to Rachel Hunter but Rod Stewart stole her? He was really bitter about that in interview for a while after.
Is he related to Debra?
No, r37, but they're best friends.
They like to ride around, smoke cigarettes, drink beer, and talk to each other about boys.
I'd rather that Rachel be with Rod. He seems to have matured from his rock-star days as opposed to Kip, who still seems to prey on young girls...hence his stupid song "Seventeen. :/
Also, if Kip is still bitter about that...hmm, seems like he hasn't evolved (matured) from the fact that he's in love with himself.
[quote]as opposed to Kip, who still seems to prey on young girls...hence his stupid song "Seventeen. :/
Dumbshit - that song is TWENTY FIVE years old. And it's a SONG.
His first wife that he married in 1991, (see photo) died in a car accident in 1996. She was not a young thing, and as I recall, was older than him. His current wife is also age appropriate.
He's a really good guy, so STFU unless you know what you're talking about.
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