Username
Password
Create account
|
Lost Password?

Mosters of Southern Rock

Saturday April 14th, 10:30pm - 2:00am
Venue: 4th & B
Address:

San Diego, CA
Ages: 21+ only
Promoter:
4th & B Presents
Artists:

City: San Diego CA
Profile Visits: 611
Upload Photos

Mosters of Southern Rock




The Monsters of Southern Rock Tour is set to top them all! Members of Lynyrd Skynyrd, .38 Special, Molly Hatchet and Blackfoot all on your stage in the same night!

Founder of the tour Skinny Molly features Mike Estes from Lynyrd Skynyrd/Blackfoot, Jay Johnson of The Rossington Band, and Kurt Pietro formerly of Blackfoot. In 2011, Skinny Molly did a 22-date month long tour of six countries in Europe and then went right into the studio to finish their second CD "Haywire Riot." They debuted their new single on the Fox News television program "Huckabee" which had the viewership of over 3 million people.

Vocalist Jimmy Farrar burst onto the scene in 1980, when he joined Molly Hatchet. Farrar’s singing gave a new edge to the band and Molly Hatchet reached even higher levels of success with the Beatin’ the Odds and Take No Prisoners albums. His stage persona, patented mike stand spin and fierce voice has secured Farrar's place as one of the best singers in Southern Rock history.

Guitarist Jeff Carlisi is one of the founding members of .38 Special. His guitar solos and signature riffs allowed the band to become a staple of classic rock radio and reach superstardom. Currently Carlisi hosts Camp Jam every year, which enables fans to perform with some of their musical idols.

Charlie Hargrett's howling guitar has been a staple of Southern Rock for over 30 years. One of the founding members of Blackfoot, Hargrett can be heard playing some of the most memorable solos of all time on "Train, Train" and "Highway Song." Hargrett's busy touring schedule has kept him at the top of his game and his playing is as edgy and exciting as ever!

Bob Burns was in the original line up of Lynyrd Skynyrd and can be heard playing his hard-hitting style of drums on the band’s biggest hits, “Freebird” and “Sweet Home Alabama.” Burns was alongside fellow members of Lynyrd Skynyrd when they were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in March of 2006. Burns continues to play with various artists in Florida and Georgia.
We hope you will be a part of this very special celebration of some of the greatest music of all time, Southern Rock, played by some of the legends that made it a part of our lives.