GUITARIST TONY MACALPINE ADDS ADDITIONAL DATES TO HIS FALL U.S. TOUR

tonymacapline600px As previously reported, guitarist Tony MacAlpine has announced tour dates. MacAlpine has added a few more shows in the U.S. dates. MacAlpine will be playing his album Maximum Security in full as part of the set, along with a preview of his upcoming solo album Concrete Gardens. For more information about MacAlpine’s tour, please click here.

Skype Lessons August/September

MacAlpine has also announced that he will be giving private one-on-one webcam guitar lessons through Skype between now and our US Tour in October. I accept any level of student, and lessons are tailored to fit the things you’d like to work on with your playing. Lessons are $120 for 45 minutes. Payment via Paypal is accepted. Discounts available if you buy a block of 2 lessons or more. Spaces are limited. Please email tmaclessons@gmail.com to book lessons.

Tony MacAlpine tour dates, a * denotes added dates:

August:

1 Studio City, CA – The Baked Potato (2 shows: 9:30 and 11:30)
2 Studio City, CA – The Baked Potato (2 shows: 9:30 and 11:30)
8 San Francisco, CA – Biscuits & Blues (2 shows: 7:30 and 10:00)
9 Lebanon, OR – Guitars Under The Stars Festival
13 Hermosa Beach, CA – Saint Rocke
15 Ramona, CA – Ramona Mainstage

October:

6 Denver, CO – Quixote’s True Blue
8 Kansas City, MO – Davey’s Uptown Ramblers Club
10 Chicago, IL – Reggies
11 Westland, MI – Token Lounge
12 Cleveland, OH – Beachland Tavern
13 Pittsburgh, PA – The Hard Rock Cafe
14 Philadelphia, PA – North Star Bar
16 New York, NY – The Iridium (2 shows: 8:30 and 10:30)
18 Cambridge, MA – TT The Bear’s Place
19 Vienna, VA – Jammin’ Java
20 Raleigh, NC – The Pour House Music
21 Atlanta, GA – Smith’s Olde Bar
22 Nashville, TN – The High Watt
*24 Denton, TX – Dan’s Silverleaf
*25 Houston, TX – CPN Metal Fest @ Concert Pub North
*26 Austin, TX – To Be Announced
*29 Scottsdale, AZ – Pub Rock Live

Comments

  1. Harry Taint says:

    I would rather pull my teeth, one by one, without painkillers, than to go see this.

  2. 80's Rocker says:

    Great player, pull your brain out while you’re at it.

  3. Frank Rizzo says:

    I agree Harry. Guys like Macalpine & Vai are obviously very talented musicians. But for me personally I’ll take three Ac/Dc power chords over this any day!

  4. I love the shred and would love to see this. Yep.

  5. Ah, I see the PBR gang is commenting.

    Maximum Security is still one of my favorite guitar albums.

    You can actually like AC/DC and players like MacAlpine. Different music, different styles.

  6. Frank Rizzo says:

    I’m simply bored to death by this kind of stuff. Nothing against it or anyone who enjoys it.

  7. I could sit through although I’m not much of instrumental type guy. He super talented and I own his stuff but sitting through a whole show might get a little boring even Satch would bore me after awhile

  8. Excellent guitar player

  9. He’s an incredible guitarist, no debating that fact. I’m a guitarist to and I’m a complete guitar nerd that loves going to see these over the top, badass players in concert. But at the same time, I like great BANDS. If Tony would back off the accelerator, not all the time, and get with a great band then there’s the real chance he’d get exposed to a wider audience. Joe Satriani playing in Chickenfoot is a perfect example of that fact. Granted, Joe was already well known but a lot of people liked Chickenfoot that probably never heard any of Joe’s solo work.

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