Roxy Blue and Steel City set to hit L.A.’s Iconic Whisky A Go Go Wednesday, April 12, 2023
Roxy Blue and Steel City set to hit L.A.’s Iconic Whisky A Go Go Wednesday, April 12, along with support from Band Inc., Stonebreed, Alice Loves Alien, Renegade Cartel, and Lost Hearts! This is the night before Namm, so you have no excuse not to be there!
Get yourselves ready for a night of, out of this world, original music, as seven bands from all around the country descend on L.A.’s most iconic rock venue, The Whisky-a-Gogo.
Headlining the night is Roxy Blue, a hard-hitting rock band from the early nineties that reformed 27 years later with 3 original members to put out a self-titled album. These guys are sure to put on high-energy show that will leave you wanting more.
Steel City will be co-headlining, with their unique blend of hard rock, hair metal, and modern rock. Roy Cathey‘s vocals will take you back to the eighties, with searing high notes and catchy rhythms.
Supporting acts will be Alice Loves Alien, Renegade Cartel, Band Inc., Stonebreed, and The Lost Hearts.
Alice Loves Alien, from Holyoke Massachusetts delivers an electrifying performance. Featuring Brendan Clark on guitar. Gina Clark on vocals, Jay Barnes on Drums, and Shannon Wilk on bass. Straight forward rock and roll with a bluesy feel and searing guitar solos that will leave you wanting more.
Renegade Cartel is an original three-piece band with rock and roll influences spanning generations that leads to a sound that can be enjoyed by people of all ages. Featuring Stephen Damon-Tilley on vocals and bass, Rob LaFlamme on Drums, and Vic Robles on guitar.
Stonebreed are the local boys on the bill. With close to 20 shows scheduled for this spring and summer spanning California, Texas, Tennessee, Oklahoma and more, they will blow your eardrums with a blend of hard rock and southern metal. This four-piece band featuring Carlos Cruz on vocals, Paul Hudson on guitar, Dana Sauceda on bass, and Orion Rainz on drums will keep you on your feet!
Band Inc. will play a mix of covers and original hard rock songs with Giuliana Lucia Amaral on bass and lead vocals. Crispy Borell on guitar and Francis Cassol on drums. This young band has opened for a number of big artists such as Accept, Buckcherry, and more.
The newest band to take the stage is Lost Hearts, based in Nashville Tennessee. This band features Max Frye, J.T. Shea, Victor Adriel, and Mitch Arnholt. According to their bio, they were four lead guitarists and flipped a coin to see who would play which instruments in this new band. Max has experience playing on stage with Stryper and Tony Harnell of TNT as well as other acts. I have seen Victor Adriel and J.T. Shea play numerous times with their former band, Native Sons.
You can PM Shannon Wilk for Tix. Doors at 7:00 pm. $20.00 general admission or from Ticketweb.
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