TORA TORA UNPLUGGED
TORA TORA is a blues-based hard rock band formed in Memphis, TN in the late 1980s. Band members include Keith Douglas, Patrick Francis, John Patterson and Anthony Corder. TORA is known for Zeppelin-influenced vocals and classic rock inspired, high energy musicianship. TORA TORA has a new Frontiers Srl release "Bastards of Beale". Previously, TORA had two major releases Surprise Attack/Wild America through A&M Records that promoted five singles and videos (Walkin’ Shoes, Guilty, Phantom Rider, Amnesia and Faith Healer). The band has six independent releases, The Warehouse Sessions, Bombs Away, Miss B. Haven, Before and After, Revolution Day, and a live performance concert Live from Minglewood, in Memphis #ROCKOUTCANCER. Upcoming appearances include Monsters of Rock, Rocklanta, M3 Rock Festival and WolfPack Productions The Venue. Click here for tickets.
Red & White Party 2019: Concert Edition with "Almost" Elton John
Red & White Party 2019: Concert Edition with "Almost" Elton John benefitting Friends for Life. Click here for tickets.
Son Volt with Special Guest Old Salt Union
On Son Volt’s new record, Union, present and past mingle into strong confluence. The thirteen new songs written by founder Jay Farrar confront our turbulent politics and articulate the clarity and comfort music can offer in the tumult. “There are so many forces driving our country apart,” observes Farrar. “What can we do to bring our society back together?” A reinvigorated band chemistry anchors the new record, with new and returning members turning up in the Union mix. Longtime members Mark Spencer (piano, organ, acoustic slide, lap steel, backing vocals) and Andrew DuPlantis (bass, backing vocals) have been at the core of Son Volt’s recent work. Guitarist Chris Frame – who toured with Son Volt in the Okemah era – rejoined the group for the Notes of Blue tour and plays on the new record. DuPlantis recruited fellow Austin musician Mark Patterson to play drums and percussion. Click here for tickets.
Built To Spill
Dan Baird & Homemade Sin with special guest The Josephines
The story starts in the early 80’s where bassist Keith Christopher, drummer Mauro Magellan and guitarists Dan Baird and Rick Richards were all playing on the Atlanta circuit in various bar. These bands would gradually morph into the original Georgia Satellites.An EP of early Satellites material was sold to an independent UK record label, who released the songs as the Keep The Faith EP. The EP provoked an extraordinary response from the UK music press, which, in turn, led to Elektra signing them and their first single, Keep Your Hands To Yourself, became a runaway hit. Their eponymous debut album reached #2 on the album charts. A second hit single, Battleship Chains consolidated their success. Two more LP’s, Open All Night and the remarkable In The Land Of Salvation And Sin. Dan then quit the band and went on to a successful solo career with Rick Rubin’s Def American. In 2007 Homemade Sin were born, featuring Dan, Mauro and Keith the line up completed by Jason And The Scorchers founder member and guitarist extraordinaire, Warner E. Hodges. The quartet released their debut album in 2008. Click here for tickets.