99.1 The Bone X-Treme Close Up Concert Series
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Fri, November 18, 2022
$25 GA Standing | $45 Reserved Balcony Seating
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Bank of NH Stage
16 S Main St, Concord, NH 03301
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Brother Cane is an American rock band originally from Birmingham, Alabama. Formed by singer/guitarist Damon Johnson and bassist Glenn Maxey in 1991, the group released three studio albums, several charting singles including three number 1’s and five top 10 hits. Brother Cane found immediate success with the release of its self-titled debut album which delivered three singles: “Got No Shame”, “That Don’t Satisfy Me”, and “Hard Act To Follow.” “Got No Shame” reached #1 on the Mainstream Rock charts and garnered the band U.S.
tours with Aerosmith, Robert Plant and Lynyrd Skynyrd.
The band’s next album, Seeds, yielded another #1 Rock track, the haunting and swampy, “And Fools Shine On.” This hit led to a lengthy and successful tour in support of the mighty, Van Halen. Their last release, Wishpool, brought Brother Cane’s third #1 song at Rock Radio, “I Lie In The Bed I Make”. After major personnel changes at Virgin Records, the bands label, as well as a major shift in style at rock and alt radio formats, the band went on what turned out to be an extended hiatus. During this time, Damon toured the world as the guitarist for legends, Alice Cooper and Thin Lizzy. Just when he thought all of his musical dreams had come true, In early 2021 Damon was asked to fill in for the legendary Guitarist and founding member of Lynyrd Skynyrd, Gary Rossington. A position that Damon still holds today. While touring with Lynyrd Skynyrd, Johnson was pleasantly surprised on how many fans not only remembered Brother Cane, but shared their stories on how much the band and those songs meant to them. “Will you ever get back together? Would you ever tour again? Please!!??” Those are big questions, and they deserved a big answer, “Hell Yes!”
Society Of Rock Magazine just listed STONE HORSES as one of the TOP 10 New Wave of Classic Rock Bands of 2021. They describe the band by saying; “they pull out all the stops with fiery guitar rifs and a heavy hitting sound.” Those accolades are incredible but, the band believes it brings more than just bombast and classic sounds. STONE HORSES’ journey was predicated on finding and paying tribute to the very essence of ROCK-N-ROLL while still propelling the genre forward with an exciting mix of vintage and the modern. You can hear it in songs that are powered by dark melodies, great riffs, huge choruses and witty lyrics. The band’s first single “Reckless Ways” independently made it onto the charts and was later followed on the charts by the band’s next single “Good Ol Days” which was released in the first few months of the Pandemic.
STONE HORSES took a leap forward with the last single showing off a groove that was undeniable and infectious. “When I Get Paid” was produced and mixed by Marti Fredrickson (Ayron Jones, Daughtry). New comer Justin Parks’ swaggering guitar riffs coupled with John Allen’s throaty, sultry voice are the perfect compliment to the thunderous foundation laid down by Dylan Howes on bass and Jason Heiser on drums.
The band reminds us of why we love Rock-N-Roll! Remember concerts? Remember parties? Remember songs that made you put your hands up and say “Hell Yeah!”? If you answered yes to any of these questions, his band is for you.
“I just feel like Rock has become safe lately and lost its sense of humor too… remember how Bon Scott used humor and double entendres to have fun? I think we need some of that again”. States Allen. Influenced by the Rock N Roll he grew up with John wears his roots unabashedly on his sleeve(s)! From Aerosmith to KISS to AC/DC his is a uniquely American brand of ROCK-N-ROLL. “ I never realized how much Southern Rock and the blues crept into my DNA but I can hear it in my songs… from Robert Johnson to Lynyrd Skynyrd – it’s just crazy!” Making Rock fun and dangerous again is something STONE HORSES and John are on a mission to do and they have started with some swaggering, swampy ROCK to get any party