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Castello Brothers inducted in the ‘Rock of Ages Hall of Fame’

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Domain investor duo, David and Michael Castello are finally getting recognized for their insanely successful career in the rocking 80’s.

Known for their rock band Michael Seven, the Castello Brothers rocked the crowds back in the day when aerobics leg warmers were in fashion, and women went nuts for dudes with big hair. Big hits included “Tokyo Rose”, “Tighten Up” and “Come touch my ax guitar”.

Castello Brothers: Rock of Ages Hall of Fame inductees.

The time for the induction of the group in the Rock of Ages Hall of Fame has arrived, according to The Atlantic.

“We could not be more excited than this,” said Michael Castello. “After several years of domain investing, it’s about time our fans from the 80’s gave us some love!” he exclaimed.

Brother David chimed in: “Man, this is amazing, I’m in heaven right now, what spectacular year 2012 has been.”

The induction comes as an affirmation of the brothers’ success in music, something that continues to this day with David Castello and Bree.

Congratulations to the Castello Brothers for this outstanding recognition!


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3 Responses to “Castello Brothers inducted in the ‘Rock of Ages Hall of Fame’”
  1. David J Castello says:

    LOL! I’ll let the cat partly out of the bag and tell you that BREE has a CD being released worldwide in November. If after that point you ever refer to me as an 1980’s rocker again I will hack your computer and play Flock Of Seagulls 24/7. BREE is 23 and keeps asking me, “Who is this 1980’s David Castello guy Lucius keeps writing about?” And I always answer her in my best Eddie Murphy voice, “Uh, wasn’t me.”

  2. Lucius "Gunz" Fabrice says:

    David – No, no, not the Flock of Seagulls!!!! And I ran, I ran so far away! 😀

    Looking forward to the release of Bree’s CD!

  3. DigiNames says:

    This post inspired a search for “DomainerHallofFame.com” and it looks like it is owned by Dot Com God himself, Adam Dicker. I would love to see it developed!

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