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Wishbone Ash coming to Southern California

One of the guitar bands of the Classic Rock era, Wishbone Ash, will be coming to southern California venues this April. The Canyon Club in Agoura Hills April 20, The Rose in Pasadena April 21 and The Coach House in San Juan Capistrano April 22. Then they will head up to Yoshi’s Jazz Club in Oakland April 25 and The Fox in Redwood City April 26. If you’re in Las Vegas on April 19 you can catch them at the Railhead, Boulder Station Hotel Casino.

In the early to mid-1970’s Wishbone Ash was an influential guitar band that featured two lead guitar players. Local rock dads across America covered their music, from “Phoenix,” which appeared on their first album, Wishbone Ash, to “Silver Shoes,” which was released on their sixth album, There’s the Rub. Fans will also remember “The King Will Come” and “Warrior” from their third album, Argus.

Wishbone Ash has many more albums, plus a new box set, Wishbone Ash: The Vintage Years, which is available through Madfish Records.

Tour dates and more information can be found at www.wishboneash.com.


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