Live Performances

Jack White

This past weekend (April 14th), Saturday Night Live hosted musical guest Jack White who put on an epic live performance of his new track “Connected by Love”. White was spotted playing his Ernie Ball Music Man St. Vincent guitar in the “St. Vincent Blue”. Check out the full performance below.

5 Seconds of Summer

The Pop-Rock Band 5SOS from Australia played live on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon. They played two hits from their album Youngblood including “Want You Back” to open up for their North American Tour which kicked off on April 12th. The band plays with Skinny Top Heavy Bottom Slinkys and Bass Power Slinkys.

Weezer

The Late Late Show with James Corden on April 10th featured an appearance from Ernie Ball artist Weezer. Weezer performed their single “Mexican Fender” as part of their 2017 album, Pacific Daydream. Weezer uses Regular Slinkys and Bass Hybrid Slinkys.

Cane Hill

Check out Cane Hill as they light up the sold-out WWE Network exclusive performance on the NXT TakeOver: New Orleans wrestling showcase. The band performed the event’s theme song “It Follows.” Cane Hill uses Cobalt Super Slinkys and Bass Power Slinkys.

Wolf Parade

Wolf Parade performed live in the KEXP studio. They performed several songs including “Floating World” and “Automatic” from their album Cry Cry Cry. Wolf Parade plays with Ernie Ball Paradigm Skinny Top Heavy Bottoms and Paradigm Powers.

Strung Out

Strung Out posted a live performance of their song “Nowheresville” featuring Travis Barker of Blink 182 on the drums. Check out the high energy video below. Chris Aiken, Strung Out’s bass player, uses Super Slinky Bass Strings.

 

New Releases

The Bronx

The Bronx have released the official music video for “Side Effects” from their album V. This video shows off the Bronx’s originality and ability to create truly unique content and music for their followers. They use Power Slinkys and Bass Hybrid Slinkys.

Godsmack

Godsmack has released the title track from their upcoming album When Legends Rise. The song is chalk full of heavy chord progressions and is a taste of what their upcoming album will be like. The new album is set to be released on April 27th. Their Lead Guitarist, Tony Rombola, uses Cobalt Skinny Top Heavy Bottoms and Cobalt Regular Slinkys.

BØRNS

Garrett Clark Borns has released his official music video for “We Don’t Care.” Check out the awesome psychedelic video below! BØRNS uses Earthwood Medium Phosphor Bronze Acoustic Strings and Nickel Light Gauge Electric Strings with a Wound G.

Panic! At The Disco

Panic! At The Disco has released a behind the scenes video for their official music video for “Say Amen (Saturday Night)” from their album Pray for the Wicked. Their very highly anticipated album will premiere on June 22nd. Panic! At The Disco plays with Power Slinkys and Not Even Slinkys!

The Weeknd

The Weeknd’s music video for his chart-topping hit “Call Out My Name” has been officially released from the album My Dear Melancholy. Check out his incredible vocals and rhythm below. The Weeknd’s guitarist, Patrick Greenaway, plays with an Albert Lee Guitar, a Valentine Guitar, and uses Regular Slinkys.

Tour Announcements

The Offspring / 311

The Offspring and 311 are heading out on tour together around the United States. Check out locations below to see when they will be playing near you! The Offspring use Power Slinkys and Regular Slinkys. 311 also plays with our Expression Overdrive Pedal and Ambient Delay Pedal as well as Paradigm Regulars.

Attila

Attila has officially announced their tour for Rage Fest. They are joining up with Suicide Silence and Volumes for a huge summer tour that is sure to be packed with heavy riffing and head-banging. Attila plays with Ernie Ball Bass Hybrid Slinkys and Power 7 Slinkys.

Post Animal

Post Animal has announced the dates for their next tour! Check out this link to see available ticket prices. They will be primarily playing songs from their album When I Think Of You In A Castle. Post Animal plays with Regular Slinkys.

Bonus Content

Dennis DeYoung

An article from Madhouse Magazine released a brief review of Dennis DeYoung, a founding member, keyboardist and vocalist of the band Styx, and his ongoing ability to bring the audience to their feet. The Grand Illusion 40th Anniversary Tour is an authentic medium to experience the energy that Styx has made legendary for decades. Guitarist August Zadra plays with a Music Man Axis Guitar.

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