The Machine will deliver Pink Floyd classics and help bring fans closer to the end of 2018. Don’t miss out.
Hard Rock singer Chandler Mogel (Outloud, Punky Meadows) has just unveiled his latest musical project in “Double Vision”; a tribute to the music of the legendary Foreigner.
Says Mogel about the group: “Hey guys, a while back I mentioned that I was working on a Foreigner Tribute – well, after a lot of hard work, it’s finally ready for action ! I give you Double Vision – The Ultimate Foreigner Experience! There are very few Foreigner tributes in the US and virtually none active in the NYC area. So the band will be booking shows this coming year locally as well as nationally. Check out a clip of our promo video below and let me know what you think!”
Kick will bring the music of INXS to life in an exclusive Big Apple appearance. Find the “Devil Inside” your love of the classic band. Please note that there’s a $20 Food & Beverage minimum per person at this show.
My apologies for not being on point with this one when it was first announced a few short weeks ago but thanks to the efforts of a favorite promotion team, I am in the aware and now…..so are you readers ? Check out this scoop on a brand-new all-star Grateful Dead experience. I’ll return with some thoughts at the close. Here we go.
The Press Release:
LIVE DEAD ‘69 has announced inaugural headline concert dates in the Unites States, following their return from a triumphant debut tour in the United Kingdom earlier this month.
Comprised of: Tom Constanten, original Grateful Dead pianist who played all the keyboards on the “Live Dead” recording, inducted into The Rock & Roll Hall of Fame in 1995 and was essential to Grateful Dead’s first ambitious/ experimental studio recordings “Anthem of The Sun” and “Aoxomoxoa,” and tours.
Mark Karan, lead guitarist with Bob Weir’s Rat Dog and The Other Ones.
Slick Aguilar who played lead guitar in Jefferson Starship & KBC for 26 years and with David Crosby Band before that.
Tony ‘EngLESH’ Morley, Jefferson Starship bassist … and Pete Lavazzoli, drummer with JGB … have joined for spring headline dates.
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In the coming days, the mighty Black Sabbath will call it a career and “retire” in the sense that one does in the Heavy Metal music world. Their music however will never call it quits for their millions of fans and tribute acts like Zakk Sabbath (which is the one fronted by Black Label Society’s own Zakk Wylde) will be starting off the heat of the summer at the tail end of Spring with some tour dates. Check them out below.
We are hitting the road again at the end of MAY with Special Guest Beastmaker!
The Tour Dates:
5/19: New York, NY @ The Gramercy Theatre
5/23: Asheville, NC @ The Orange Peel
5/25: Houston, TX @ Warehouse Live
5/26: Dallas, TX @ Gas Monkey Dallas
5/28: St. Louis, MO @ Fubar Saint Louis
5/30: Nashville, TN @ Exit/In
5/31: Atlanta, GA @ The Masquerade
6/02: Chicago, IL @ Bottom Lounge
6/04: Denver, CO @ Marquis Theatre
6/06: Spokane, WA @ The Pin
6/07: Seattle, WA @ The Crocodile
6/08: Portland, OR @ Hawthorne Theatre
6/10: San Francisco, CA @ Slim’s
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PiercingMetal Thoughts: Now I’ve only seen some YouTube.com videos of ZS and those show that the act is a tight effort all around. I expected as much since Zakk played with Ozzy for so long and is well versed in the legendary material. I’m glad that a show at our own regional Gramercy Theatre will be happening since I’d like to catch this for sure. What do you readers think of this brief outing? Are you big fans of Zakk and his Sabbath renditions or will you forever pine that the legendary band has moved into a well-deserved retirement. Let me know in the comments section below. Oh yeah and fans of the Fast Food Metal variety might want to catch “Mac Sabbath” who will be playing the region in March if memory serves me correctly.