Cedar Rapids, IA (March 7, 2018)

“Since the release of his debut album, GrammyAward-winning Jonny Lang has built a reputation as one of the best live performers and guitarists of his generation. The path Lang has been on has brought him the opportunity to support or perform with some of the most respected legends in music.  He has shared the stage with everyone from The Rolling Stones, B.B. King, Aerosmith and Buddy Guy, who he continues to tour with today.

Fans who discovered Jonny Lang through his searing instrumental work will revel in the huge guitar tones and go for broke solos on Signs, while those who have appreciated his growth as an honest and passionate songwriter will find that honesty and passion unabated. Though he long ago left blues purism behind, Lang has never abandoned its spirit of universal catharsis through the relating of personal trials.” About Jonny Lang

Barry Alexander

Drummer Photographer

“Barry Alexander II sat and watched as his father played drums in church, but Barry wasn’t interested in playing the drums himself until he was asked to join the Minnesota Vikings Drum Corps in 2000. 
Following his, a 13-month stint with the Drum Corps Barry began to network himself at nightclubs and other venues in his area. Eventually, Barry grew into a talented, confident percussionist, playing with the likes of, Alexander, O’Neal and Anthony Gomes. Alexander got a call from a good friend and mentor of his Michael Bland, about playing alongside rock-n-roller Jonny Lang on his upcoming tour schedule. Together, Lang, Alexander and the rest of the band have garnered platinum and gold certifications, a Grammy nomination, sold-out headline concerts around the world, and toured with the Rolling Stones, among other accolades.”

 

 
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George Burrows began his love with live music in the 60's. Burrows attended Cream on October 14, 1968, at Vets Auditorium in Des Moines, IA. The first arena rock performance in Iowa. A year later Burrows attended The Denver Pop Festival and became a part of musical history. The Jimi Hendrix Experience broke up at Mile High Stadium, just after playing the Denver Pop Festival on June 29, 1969. Throughout the 70's into the 90's Burrows continued to get deeper into the concert scene. At each concert, Burrows could be found engrossed in observing the pre-show stage, setup and meeting people associated with the events. Burrows has become friends/colleagues with many people in the music industry. His 30-year fascination with live music eventually led to concert photography. Burrows started his Live Music website in 2006. In 2017 Burrows added his passion for drumming with photography by launching a complementary website, Drummer Photographer.

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