Seattle Rockers MOON FEVER Hit The Road With Steel Panther
February 8, 2024
International Music News
Mark Horan Publisher/Photographer
SEATTLE ROCKERS MOON FEVER
WILL BE HITTING THE ROAD WITH STEEL PANTHER
FOR THE ON THE PROWL WORLD TOUR
Later this month, Moon Fever will be joining California’s greatest export Steel Panther for the On The Prowl World Tour. Kicking off on Feb. 14th in Fargo, ND, the 8 -date run stops off in Memphis, TN; Kansas City, MO; and Birmingham, AL before making its last stop in Wichita, KS on Feb. 24th. Tickets are on sale now, and more info can be found via the band’s website HERE.
Recently, Moon Fever released the rollicking single “Feels So Good,” available on all DPS’s at the link HERE. “Feels So Good” starts with a bombastic drum fill before careening into a full band explosion, as Triston Bracht [vocals], Mitch Micoley [guitar], Dave Orton [bass], and Troy Wageman [drums] show why they are one of Seattle’s leanest and meanest quartets.
Last year, Moon Fever dropped the high-octane track “Getting Loud,” storming in to the Top 30 on the Billboard Mainstream Rock charts. The single can be listened to at this link: https://vyd.co/GettingLoud, while the official music video is directed by Jim Louvau. A video showcasing the quartet’s fiery live show can be seen below.
Additionally, Moon Fever will be hitting the festival circuit this summer. The Seattle rockers will be making their debut performance at Welcome to Rockville festival in Daytona Beach, FL. on May 9th, and will be hitting the Sonic Temple stage in Columbus, OH on May 19th. Moon Fever is currently in the studio putting the finishing touches on an upcoming album, due out this spring.
Moon Fever – Feb 2024 Tour w/ Steel Panther
Sioux Falls, SD
Kansas City, MO
Des Moines, IA
Little Rock, AR
Moon Fever is: Mitch Micoley (guitar), Triston Bracht (vocals), Troy Wageman (drums), Dave Orton (bass)
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