From an early gig at the famed Los Angeles’ Troubadour to sharing arena stages with the biggest names in rock, like Judas Priest, Whitesnake, Scorpions, to globe-trotting alongside contemporaries Slaughter, Vixen, Skid Row, Vince Neil, and more, Great White continues to bring its exhilarating live performance to the masses.
To experience their hits live in concert — “Rock Me,” “Mista Bone,” “Save Your Love,” “House of Broken Love” and “Lady Red Light” — is to ride an emotional wave of sultry connections, arousing lyrics, and an all-out marathon of hard-hitting orchestrations. Audiences might also hear tracks like “Something For You,” “Hard To Say Goodbye,” “Big Time” or one of the many deep cuts from Great White’s 13 studio albums.
Special Guest, Riley's L.A. Guns
L.A. Guns got their start on Los Angeles' Sunset Strip. The band was formed in 1986 and signed with Polygram Records in 1987, recording their first album that summer. This first album, titled "L.A. Guns", went on to sell over 1,000,000 copies giving the band its first platinum award. Tours with AC/DC, Iron Maiden and Def Leppard followed. A compilation of the videos made from this first album also earned the band a gold video award. L.A. Guns went into the studio to record their second album, "Cocked and Loaded", in the spring of 1989. It was a hit right away with the release of "Rip and Tear" as the first single and video. "Never Enough" and "The Ballad of Jayne" followed, pushing the album toward platinum status once again. The video compilation from this album earned the band its second gold video award. A successful world tour followed. The band's third album, "Hollywood Vampires", was recorded in the fall of 1990. With the release of "Kiss My Love Goodbye" as the first single and video, and another successful world tour, the album gave L.A. Guns its third platinum in a row. The band has proved to be true warriors of the 80's genre and is geared to tear it up across the world, giving audiences the high octane Rock-n-Roll that is L.A. Guns.