Fronted by guitarist-vocalist-songwriter Bob Hargrove (left), Tuesday’s Rain bring their guitar-driven, melodic-fueled rock sounds to the Big Rock Inn in Pinon Hills on Saturday, March 8. More on the band at www.tuesdaysrain.com/. At right is Bob’s son, Tuesday’s Rain drummer, Alex Hargrove.
TUESDAY’S RAIN TO ROCK THE SOCAL HIGH DESERT, APPEARING LIVE IN CONCERT AT BIG ROCK INN IN PINON HILLS/SATURDAY, MARCH 8
Tuesday’s Rain bring their guitar-driven, melodic-fueled rock sounds to the SoCal High Desert, performing in concert at the Big Rock Inn, 1828 Highway 138, Pinon Hills, Saturday, March 8. 8 p.m.-till?
Free. Info: (760) 868-6615 or https://www.facebook.com/pages/Big-Rock-Inn/167985076547150. Presented by Midnight Entertainment Group.
“We have opened up every track on "Dream Another Day”, edits have been cleaned up, midi-synths modified with current plug-ins and a new sound that will prove more current and true to the Tuesday’s Rain brand,“ says band frontperson, Bob Hargrove. "I have partnered with Producer Brent Wood (Vince Neil, Sebastian Bach), who appreciates my vision of what these songs could be, when put in the hands of a true creative professional (such as Brent).”
Tuesday’s Rain’s creative blend of sonic depth and commercial accessibility has turned quite a few industry heads and has garnered the Simi Valley, Calif.-based band a dedicated fanbase. Lifelong students of rock music and seasoned, performance veterans, Tuesday’s Rain is a fixture at local music festivals and fundraisers and have played many sought-after venues such as the “Rock the Economy” kickoff at the Henderson Pavilion in Nevada, Rock for Freedom Festival (Las Vegas), The Canyon Club, The Knitting Factory, On the Rox, and The Malibu Inn.
“Ride Away” is an effective introduction to the band but only hints at the scope of this multi-generational music collaboration", writes Will Phoenix of the L.A. Music Examiner in a review of the group’s recent album, Dream Another Day. “The tuneful "I’ll Be Gone” and the sad but personal “Leave” demonstrate the band’s capabilities in terms of both songwriting and musicianship and quite effectively exemplify Tuesday’s Rain’s trademark writing style,“ Phoenix concludes. Read the review here: http://www.examiner.com/list/tuesday-s-rain-listen-again.
"We Are One" – the current video by Tuesday’s Rain – is being featured in a special presentation at the Vista Theater in Los Angeles March 15.
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