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The heavy metal band of the early 1970s, Van Halen is on their umpteenth North American tour since July 2015. The Californian quartet has just joined hands with two of the genres most respected acts, David Lee Roth and the Kenny Wayne Shepherd band. Led by the guitarist Kenny Wayne Shepherd, the band had just finished a headlining tour of its own in support of its seventh studio album, “Goin' Home”. The album was released in May 2014 and garnered positive reviews for the blues rock artist. The singer is soon to hit Birmingham with Van Halen in September and it's suggested you get your Kenny Wayne Shepherd Birmingham tickets at the earliest.
The album was a culmination of Shepherd's collaborations with some of the genres most famous and beloved artists. The album included covers of popular celebrities including the Kings, Magic Sam, Junior Wells, Stevie Ray Vaughan and Muddy Waters. Many of the tracks have been recorded with Shepherd's co-stars, namely Ringo Starr, Warren Haynes and Joe Walsh. The singer's performance at Birmingham's Oak Mountain Amphitheatre is planned for September 17, 2015. Make sure you're part of the lucky audience.
Young Blues Rock Guitarist
Popularly known as the “Young Blues Rock Guitarist”, the Louisiana based musician has been making waves in the genre ever since he was a teenager. Churning out anthems that frequently hit the Top Ten, Shepherd has given birth to a unique blend of rich blues and contemporary rock tunes that tug at everybody's heartstrings. The epic blues rocker is now coming to your city and you would definitely regret missing out on his live performance.