Billboard is premiering the video for the Winery Dogs’ Time Machine. Watch it below.

“Lyrically, Time Machine explores the curse of vices and the desire to look into the past to discover the origin of these vices with the ultimate goal of a cure,” singer/guitarist Richie Kotzen said. “Believing in the notion that many of our bad habits are rooted in past life events.”

The Winery Dogs are a rock trio that consists of Kotzen (Poison, Mr. Big), bassist Billy Sheehan (Mr. Big) and drummer Mike Portnoy (Dream Theater). Time Machine is the new single off the band’s self-titled debut album, which was released in July on Loud & Proud Records and peaked at Number 27 on the Billboard 200.


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  1. Hey Billy, you’re an incredible bass player. We get it! You don’t have to tap in every song you play. It didn’t even fit with the style of the song. Never forget, the bass player enhances the song, it’s not a lead instrument!

    1. It may have been a hell of a band, but live I thought was ridiculous. They played so loud when I saw them that you couldn’t tell what the song was till about mid-way through. Unreal. Just a wasted night – and I’m not talking about getting high, just wasted time and money.

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