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2014_01-25_WL+ULI_FINALOnce again, So Cal premier rock band is on the bill with another rock legend. In recent years the band has performed with UFO, Michael Schenker, Dokken, Great White, Warrant, Quiet Riot, Y&T, Alcatrazz, Hurricane, Jack Russell, Frankie Hannon Band, Stryper, Leatherwolf, MOB, London, DC4, Keel, Mandy Lion, Lordz of Rock, Hollywood Hustlers, Roy Z, Chris Holmes,  and many more. has also performed at several rock benefits fighting cancer & autism, such as CRUEFEST Hollywood, METAL JAM, Rockers Against Cancer, Save the Tata’s, and more, as well as at several memorial concerts for industry personalities to raise money for their surviving families. hosts, participates in So Cal musician jams and All-Star Jam events, and is well known in musician circles. This time around it’s with the guitar great , formally with the well known German band, the Scorpions.  Uli replaced Michael Schenker when he left to join UFO. Uli had huge shoes to fill, and though he is not Schenker, he quickly earned the fans respect and proved to be a guitar hero in his own right. Uli is a true master! Uli has James Kottak from the Scorpions on drums, along with special appearances by Don Dokken and Vinnie Appice. WHITE LIE goes on directly before . The band has some very special guests in store for their set, including several rock legends & all-stars such as Rik Fox (WASP, Steeler, SIN) on bass, vocalist Patrick J. McKeon (Max Havoc), vocalist Kleber Mandrake (Axe Hammer), vocalist David MacDonald (Citizen Kane), and Bob Brunner (OC/DC, Short Final) on drums. The principle songwriter, lead guitarist, and manager for the band Kevin Reye (WHITE LIE, TRIIX, Fortress, Michael Bolton, Network, Martial Law, and Black Sheep) will lead the WHITE LIE All-Star group. There are some great openers on the bill such as Kantation, Ninth Circle, So Cal Guitar Orchestra, & Le Reverie. Being a NAMM 2014 related show and is happening on the Saturday during NAMM, there will be many NAMM attendees coming to the show. There are some killer things in store for the show that night. Tickets for this show are moving fast. It is going to sell out for sure. Get your tickets now from WHITE LIE…! (See below to purchase tickets)

 

Bands:
ex-Scorpions guitarist (headliner)
[featuring James Kottak, Don Dokken, & Vinny Appice]
WHITE LIE (direct support)
Kantation (opener)
Ninth Circle (opener)
So Cal Guitar Orchestra (opener)
Le Reverie (opener)

Date/time:  Saturday January 25, 2014 @ 7:30PM during NAMM 2014

Ticket price: $20
Age Limit: 21+
Venue: Malone’s Bar & Grill
604 E. Dyer Rd., Santa Ana, California 92704

“PURCHASE TICKETS:

Use the event website link below or buy tickets via PayPal ‘Send Money’, or from Kevin Reye direct:

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3 ) Enter payee email address (kdude3@earthlink.net).
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[Example: 2 tickets at $20 = $40]

Event website & to buy tickets: www.facebook.com/events/196863673841849
Band website: www.facebook.com/whitelietheband
Contact info: Kevin Reye at kdude3@earthlink.net or www.facebook.com/kevin.reye

NAMM 2014 info: www.namm.org/thenammshow/2014

NAMM, the National Association of Music Merchants (NAMM), commonly called NAMM in reference to the organization’s popular NAMM trade shows, is the not-for-profit association that promotes the pleasures and benefits of making music and strengthens the $17 billion global music products industry. Our association—and our trade shows—serve as a hub for people wanting to seek out the newest innovations in musical products, recording technology, sound and lighting. NAMM’s activities and programs are designed to promote music making to people of all ages.”

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