NEW HAMPSHIRE TICKET UPDATE
ENGLISH BEAT- SOLD OUT!
JOHN MAYALL- SOLD OUT!
MIKE PETERS- Only 20 tickets remain!
JON BUTCHER AXIS- SOLD OUT!
THE TUBES- Selling Fast!
THE SMITHEREENS- Selling Fast!
ROBIN TROWER- SOLD OUT!
ANA NALICK- Selling Fast!
RENAISSANCE- Selling Fast!
ERIC JOHNSON- Both Shows SOLD OUT!
CARL PALMER- Selling Fast!
LIVING COLOUR- Only 10 tickets remain!
CARBON LEAF- SOLD OUT!
STEPHEN KELLOGG- Selling Fast!
OUR NEXT NEW HAMPSHIRE SHOWS
September 4 TEPLO OPEN MIC NIGHT
Another great Open Mic Night is in store for us as host Robert Haigh brings featured performer The Joe Young Trio and others on stage for some great music and camaraderie. Still only $5, this is the best value for a night of music that you will find anywhere!
September 5 TUPELO NIGHT OF COMEDY
This comedy night features Mark Scalia, Linda Belt, and Steve Halligan. ALWAYS a ton of fun and a night full of laughs, our comedy nights are a hit. Get your tickets NOW because they always sell out!
September 6 KRIS ALLEN
Don’t miss Kris Allen’s hook-filled pop melodies and heartfelt lyrics. Since skyrocketing to stardom as the winner of the 2009 season of American Idol, Kris Allen has enjoyed five singles on the Billboard charts. His self-titled debut album featured the hit single “Live Like We’re Dying” which has a combined digital sale of over 1.7 million. Since the release of his album he has toured with Keith Urban, Maroon 5, Barenaked Ladies, Lifehouse as well as headlining his own tour. (Listen)
October 5 STRYPER
Stryper remain one of rock’s best-kept secrets. The iconic band, featuring Michael Sweet (vocals, guitar), Robert Sweet (drums), Oz Fox (guitar), and Tim Gaines (bass), built a formidable catalog since first forming in 1983. They’ve sold over 10 million albums worldwide, garnered Grammy Award nominations, scored DOVE Awards, sold out arenas everywhere, and inspired one of the most diehard fan bases in history. They are responsible for such ‘80s classic albums as “Soldiers Under Command,” “To Hell with the Devil,” “In God We Trust,” and such MTV hit singles/videos as “Calling on You,” “Free,” and “Honestly.” (Listen)
November 3 RICHIE KOTZEN
Richie Kotzen began playing piano at the age of five. At the age of seven he was inspired by the band KISS to learn the electric guitar. Kotzen recorded his first solo album by the age of 19. He created the video Rock Chops for REH video in 1989, highlighting many of his formative techniques, including using wide-intervals and fluid sweeping.
In 1991, at age 21, Kotzen joined glam-metal band Poison, co-writing and performing on the album Native Tongue. This album produced two top twenty singles which Kotzen co-wrote, “Stand” and “Until You Suffer Some (Fire & Ice)”.
In 1999 Kotzen replaced Paul Gilbert as guitarist in the mainstream rock band Mr. Big, performing on their album Get Over It. He also contributed guitars to their subsequent release Actual Size. The record included the Kotzen song Shine, which debuted at number one on Japanese radio charts. After Mr. Big disbanded, Kotzen released the solo album Change, in 2003. The title track and the song Get a Life were featured in TV commercials throughout Japan.
In 2002 Kotzen bought a commercial building in Los Angeles and established a recording studio and production company. He has since produced acclaimed solo albums and collaborated with various figures in rock (Gene Simmons), jazz and fusion, including jazz legend Stanley Clarke.
In 2006 Kotzen was the opening act for The Rolling Stones in Japan on their Bigger Bang tour. He is also a member of the rock super group, The Winery Dogs. (Listen)