Iconic rock musician Richie Sambora has announced a Los Angeles show November 13th at The Fonda Theatre, performing in support of his recently released solo album, Aftermath of the Lowdown, available now via Dangerbird Records. Sambora recently blew the roof off of sold-out venues across the U.K. and Europe on his overseas tour, receiving rave reviews from Amsterdam to London to Berlin. Click here to watch Sambora’s commanding performance of his nostalgic single “Every Road Leads Home To You” live from Amsterdam. Click here to watch the official video for the song.
Sambora hit the stages of Good Morning America, Live! With Kelly & Michael and The Tonight Show with Jay Leno with compelling performances of “Every Road Leads Home To You” around the release of Aftermath of the Lowdown last month.
On Aftermath of the Lowdown, Sambora takes a major departure from his previous major label releases – Undiscovered Soul (1998) and Stranger In This Town (1991) – and returns to his roots, creating a vital and visceral album of raw rock power. The past decade has seen him become a reluctant tabloid staple, with his personal life dissected in magazines, on gossip websites and TV entertainment channels. For a guy from New Jersey who just wanted to play guitar it’s been a surreal ride. And while the supermarket check-out headlines don’t come close to reality, Sambora makes it clear on Aftermath of the Lowdown that he has a story to tell. Lyrically, he’s pulling no punches. “This is the truth, the lowdown,” he says. “And after you speak that truth, there’s always an aftermath.”
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