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    PostSubject: Jon Olivia's Pain   Wed Feb 17, 2010 8:59 pm

    Jon Olivia's Pain are a heavy metal band from the US, Jon Oliva is the mastermind behind Savatage. Their new album "Festival" is great and is now clogged.

    Cheeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeck em

    http://www.myspace.com/jonoliva

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    PostSubject: Re: Jon Olivia's Pain   Thu Feb 18, 2010 5:44 pm





    New album is gonna be awesome!!

    Saw them at Bang your head festival, really great he/they , still play savatage songs
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    PostSubject: Re: Jon Olivia's Pain   Thu Feb 18, 2010 6:55 pm

    I wasn't crazy about their last album. I have to check out the new one.
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    PostSubject: Re: Jon Olivia's Pain   Sat Mar 06, 2010 4:15 pm

    I've only heard 'Tage Mahal and Maniacal Renderings and thought they were both good efforts.
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    PostSubject: Re: Jon Olivia's Pain   Tue Apr 13, 2010 2:10 pm

    The new album is quite good, but Jon Oliva seem to lost some of his vocal range compared to what he did in Savatage and especially on Hall Of the Mountain King.
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    PostSubject: Re: Jon Olivia's Pain   Thu Apr 21, 2011 8:38 am

    Another loss in the metal family. Matt LaPorte, the guitar player in Jon Oliva's Pain, passed away in his sleep yesterday. RIP! No


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    PostSubject: Re: Jon Olivia's Pain   Thu Apr 21, 2011 1:13 pm

    God...I feel so bad to Jon and the rest of Sava-family No
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    PostSubject: Re: Jon Olivia's Pain   Sun Apr 24, 2011 12:40 pm

    Jon Oliva's Pain - Guitarist Matt LaPorte Passes Away :(


    It is with great heartache and sorrow that we relay the passing of our dear friend, band-mate, guitarist and brother Matthew LaPorte. Matt passed away in his home shortly after 6 pm on Wednesday. No information regarding his cause of death is currently available.

    Matt was a brilliant guitar player on all levels. He understood that instrument better than almost anyone. His knowledge of music in general was just amazing. His contributions to JOP and every band he ever played with was also without measure. He was truly a one-guitar army when he needed to be and his solo performances on all the Jon Oliva's Pain cd's will forever send chills down our spines. A near 20- year history and friendship with one of the true greats has now ended and we are deeply saddened.

    Matt was a fan of all kinds of music and instruments, having even embarked on a mission to conquer the hammered dulcimer... one of the hardest instruments to play. He was always trying to expand his musical horizons and influences. He marveled at the musical greats, both old and new. He was never one to rate his talents above others and often commented about the great new music and artists he had just discovered.

    Criss Oliva was without a doubt his most profound influence, and anyone who saw him play Savatage songs knew that Criss was channeling his talents via Matt. Matt's attention to detail and always striving to play everything perfect is without comparison. We would sit for hours during rehearsals with him muddling over whether a guitar chord was played exactly as recorded. Sometimes frustrating, but always appreciated in the end. He was the professionals' professional when it came to his guitar skills, and the loss of such a talent will be forever felt.

    Matt was a gentle soul, and would avoid conflict at all costs. He got along with everyone and greeted all with a smile on his face. There was a shyness and almost embarrassment felt by him from the adoration of his fans around the world... and he had many.

    He was humbled by the love and respect music fans gave to him, but in a quiet way, that made him work just a little bit harder. He had a hilarious, twisted and often sarcastic sense of humor that was unique to him. A very funny man indeed.

    We miss you terribly Matt, and we will celebrate your music and life each and every day. That great band in the sky just got a whole lot better, and you are in the most peaceful place you could have ever hoped for. Until we meet again...
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    PostSubject: Re: Jon Olivia's Pain   Wed Aug 10, 2011 6:38 pm

    I haven't really given Pain much attention but I must admit Maniacal Renderings is excellent.
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