Saturday 5:15 – 6:15 PM
Originally formed under the name "THE MODS", 3 boys (Travis Eaton on Guitar, Louis Occhiline on Bass, Gabriel Rhodes on Drums) got together in a garage in the Summer of 2004, and decided to be a band. 19 years later, those same three boys, now men, are still playing together. TONS of Live Shows, Recording & Touring.
Well Dressed Wolves is a rock band, known for having a sound that both mixes the old and the new in a harmonious yet loud fashion. 60s British Invasion and Psychedelia, 70s glam and arena rock, a little pinch of color from the 80s, 90s alternative rock and the 2000s rock revival have all played a part in shaping the band's sound.
Saturday 3:45 – 4:45 PM
Znora is a young band out of Tucson that plays guitar-driven blues rock original music and classic rock covers. They play many musical venues and events all over Arizona and the Southwest.
The front-man and lead guitarist, Adrian Negrete, received the "Tucson Up and Coming Musician of the Year" when he was 14. Now at 16, he performs in Znora, Rayos del Sol Mariachi, and with his acoustic duo, Adrian & Erin.
Joshua Montaño is on drums and Johny Rohde on Bass. Znora will bring great energy and fun!
Blood, sweat, and guts. These are three of the core elements required of artists who set out to make music that’s steadfast, honest, and true. And if you’re going to make the kind of music that’s embedded in the finest, deepest-rooted Southern rock traditions, then you better be ready, willing, and able to deliver the goods straight up, no chaser. Christopher Shayne knows this stratagem inside and out, having long traveled the crossroads where rogues, renegades, and thieves are tossed aside and only the best hard-livin’ and hard-rockin’ sound practitioners get to move forward.
As the holy grit and hellfire groove of the latest releases amply proves, Shayne and his band of road-dog brethren are more than the sum of what would happen if ZZ Top and Lynyrd Skynyrd dove head first into a Cuisinart together without missing a beat. “For the newer stuff, we wanted that old-school, AC/DC, Highway to Hell kinda sound, so we stripped away some of the production layers to see what that would sound like,” Shayne reports. “And what came out was music that’s as raw and as human as possible. Making sure we had an extra tinge of soul in there too made it much more interesting in the rock setting we wanted this music to have.”