A weekend spent in superb company with great established rock acts and new bands coming through
Each band gave an invigorating performance that had the audience on their feet all night long to the furthest reaches of the Prudential Center.
There are no boundaries; we can explore as many musical directions and styles to be ourselves as much as we want to be.
Fortunately Ramblin Man has four stages running simultaneously and as I have found over the last 3 years this affords the opportunity for plenty of pleasant musical surprises.
“There’s nothing more exciting than playing live. BSR are absolutely thrilled to get back out in the U.K. a wonderful way to round out a great year!” – Ricky Warwick, Black Star Riders.
Chad, formerly with Breaking Benjamin and Black Label Society amongst others, first came to Ricky, Scott & Damon’s attention in 2012 when Thin Lizzy was touring North America with Judas Priest and Black Label Society was also on the bill.
I think it’s important if you are a musician or at least a serious one; that you want to start breaking new ground and not doing the same thing over and over.
BLACK STAR RIDERS are set to release their forthcoming album Heavy Fire
With a sold out arena tour, Def Leppard return to the UK and Ireland to deliver what they do best. Slick, polished, note perfect shows with visuals to die for…
Rick Warwick, an inspired choice for front-man of BSR shows just why they should be playing arenas with Def Leppard and Whitesnake.