L.A. Guns, featuring Phil Lewis and Tracii Guns, have announced that they will release a new live album, “Cocked & Loaded Live” on July 9, 2021. As the title implies, the performance celebrates the band’s treasured second album, “Cocked & Loaded”. Fans can get their first taste of the performance with the track ‘Malaria’. “Cocked […]
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California rock and party legends Steel Panther are bringing their celebrated live show into 2019 with the Heavy Metal Mardi Gras tour. The new dates kick off March 1st in Jacksonville, FL and will currently run through March 8th with more dates to be announced in the near future. The new tour heads in to […]
California rock and party legends Steel Panther are extending their successful Sunset Strip Live! Tour with new dates added in late November and December. Working to “Bring Hollywood To Your Neighborhood,” the next leg kicks off on November 29th in Chicago, IL at the House of Blues and wraps up December 9th in St. Louis, […]
Tom Keifer drops by to discuss his musical roots, longevity and new solo album, “The Way Life Goes.”
L.A. Guns is one of the hardest rocking and most notorious bands to come off of the famed Sunset Strip. Helmed by ever-fearless Tracii Guns, they continue to forge ahead, keep the creativity flowing and create powerful new material for their legions of devoted fans. Bands can encounter many bumps on the road of rock n’ roll and L.A. Guns is no exception. Faced with the departure of their former frontman Paul Black, The Guns found themselves in the middle of creating an album and preparing to embark on a massive tour when they were suddenly voiceless. Luckily for them, the answer to their troubles was right in front of them and already working with them on their forthcoming album. Enter Marty Casey, a charismatic frontman with a golden voice, incredible drive and impeccable songwriting skills. With Casey in place, the band is now set to launch the next chapter of the saga and take the world by storm. Jason Price of Live-Metal.Net recently spoke to Marty Casey about his past, his new role as the band’s frontman and what we can expect from this new era of L.A. Guns.