Win Tickets ($60): Wolfmother @ Revolution Hall | 8PM, Hard Rock, w/ Fever Dog
We are giving away a pair of tickets to Wolfmother on September 21. To win, comment below on this post why you’d like to attend. Winner will be drawn and emailed September 18.
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September 21, 2023
Doors 7PM, Show 8PM | $30 | 21+
More info: event.etix.com
1300 SE Stark St., Portland, OR
Led by vocalist/guitarist Andrew Stockdale, Wolfmother has amassed a global fanbase, played to packed-house crowds around the world and delivered show- stealing sets at star-studded festivals like Coachella, Isle of Wight, Lollapalooza, Splendour in the Grass, Rock en Seine and Fuji Rock to name a few. They’ve been invited to share stages with rock icons AC/DC and Guns’n’Roses and for Led Zeppelin’s induction into the UK Music Hall of Fame, Wolfmother was personally invited as their guest performers.
Wolfmother was certified Gold in the States, Germany, Canada and 5 x Platinum in the band’s Australian homeland. Lead single “Woman” hit top ten on the Hot Modern Rock Tracks Chart and won a Grammy for “Best Hard Rock Performance”. Their songs became ubiquitous, appearing in films (Ironman 3, Spiderman 3, Zoolander 2, Jackass, The Hangover 1 & 2, 500 Days of Summer), video games (Guitar Hero, Gran Turismo, Tony Hawk’s P8, Shaun White’s Skateboarding, LEGO DC Superheroes, DiRT) and a variety of television commercials (Apple, Mitsubishi, Honda, Peugeot).
After the colossal success of the their debut record, Stockdale wrote and released another four records under the moniker of Wolfmother: Cosmic Egg, New Crown, Victorious and more recently Rock’n’Roll Baby, as well as two solo records Keep Moving and Slipstream. Stockdale has also collaborated on Slash’s first solo effort, ‘By The Sword’ and last year with Chris Cester of Jet on ‘Chase The Feeling’.
Fever Dog is a rock and roll band from the California desert. Formed in 2012 by three long time friends, the group began life as a lo-fidelity garage outfit. Collectively drawing inspiration from their influences, guitarist Danny Graham, drummer Joshua Adams, and bassist Nathaniel Wood composed music in the vein of The Hellacopters, The Stooges, Turbonegro and The Supersuckers. This effort can be heard on the group’s debut album ”Volume One.”
Following the release of “Volume One” and an extensive amount of performing the group began a departure from the formulaic restraint of their earlier work. This period saw the band moving into more experimental pursuits both live and in the studio. The release of two singles and a collaboration with Joshua Tree space rock band 3rd Ear Experience firmly placed the group in the heart of the desert rock and psychedelic scene. The group became known for its long form improvisation on stage and its imaginative approach in the studio.