THE WINERY DOGS POST VIDEO FOR “I’M NO ANGEL” ONLINE, VIEW IT HERE

winerydogs2 The Winery Dogs, the band featuring guitarist Richie Kotzen (Poison, Mr. Big, Solo Artist), bassist Billy Sheehan (David Lee Roth, Mr. Big, Talas) and drummer Mike Portnoy (Dream Theater, Avenged Sevenfold), have posted a video for the song, I’m No Angel, from their debut self titled which was released in North America on on July 23rd. Watch the video below.

The Winery Dogs released a special edition and deluxe addition of their self titled debut album on April 30th.

The band are also currently on tour. The remaining dates appear below.

Winery Dogs tour dates:

5/14 Ft. Lauderdale, FL Culture Room
5/15 Largo, FL Largo Cultural Center
5/16 Jacksonville, FL Freebird Live
5/18 Little Rock, AR Juanita’s
5/20 Fort Smith, AR Neumeier’s Rib Room & Beer Garden
5/24 Dallas, TX Granada Theater
6/24 Ramona, CA Ramona Mainstage
6/26 San Juan Capistrano, CA Coach House
6/27 Beverly Hills, CA Saban Theater
6/28 Agoura Hills, CA Canyon Club
6/30 San Francisco, CA Yoshi’s
7/1 Oakland, CA Yoshi’s at Jack’s London Square
7/26 Buffalo, NY The Tralf
7/28 Amityville, NY Revolution Bar & Music Hall

Comments

  1. John the Drummer says:

    I (finally) bought this album this past weekend. I think it lives up to all the praise I’ve been hearing from Eddie and others. Great job by all those involved. We need more stuff like this. \m/

  2. Richman says:

    I’M NO ANGEL is an above average Gregg Allman song from the 1980s. This song is good but I hear the title and I think of Gregg’s chorus. I originally thought this might be a cover of that song. These guys are very talented nonetheless.

  3. The album is top notch, and this is a great song!

  4. Great ass band! Most bands wish they had the tight sound they have. Just Hope Mike dose not get bored and leave like he’s done in the past.

  5. Mike gets bored, Richie gets fired. Billy goes from bass solo spotlight band to band to band. A Fort Smith beer garden. Yikes. Shoulda played for free as the third on the Kiss tour.

  6. Great song for a few reasons. Richie vocals are very natural sounding here, as well as some tasty playing on his part. But the main fact that Billy finally calmed down and realized that not every song is a bass solo…

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