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Foghat with Special Guest Cactus

Foghat with Special Guest Cactus
January 18, 2025 at 8pm

“Slow Ride” “Fool for the City” “I Just Want to Make Love to You” “Third Time Lucky”
“Drivin’ Wheel” “Stone Blue” “Honey Hush” “Home in My Hand” “Road Fever”
“Terraplane Blues”. 

It’s been over 53 years since anyone had to ask: What’s a Foghat?”
The reason no one asks anymore is obvious. Foghat is a band. In 2024, Foghat turned 53 years old. In November of 2023, they released a new album titled Sonic Mojo which debuted at #1 on the Billboard Blues Charts and as of this writing has stayed in the Top Ten for over 17 Weeks!

They are still out on the road, traveling across the land and bringing their infectious boogie to packed houses full of adoring fans nearly every night. A Foghat concert is every bit as much fun and intense in 2024 as it was in 1977 when their classic multi-platinum album, Foghat Live broke them around the world. Looking back, it is only fitting that it was a live album that made Foghat a household name. The band would not have it any other way.

CACTUS: They were called "The American Led Zeppelin" back in 1970. Tall words, indeed, but CACTUS - Carmine Appice, Tim Bogert, Jim McCarty and the late Rusty Day (who died in 1982) - came out only months after their Brit counterparts, only to flame out brightly after four albums (Cactus, One Way… Or Another, 'Ot 'n' Sweaty and Restrictions) before 1973 even started. Now, four decades later, the band that made such an impression with their loud blues-edged hard rock madness;.. the band that influenced the likes of Van Halen, Joe Bonamassa, David Coverdale and Kid Rock;… the band that foreshadowed heavy music itself… are back.

This time Carmine (along with ex-Savoy Brown lead singer Jimmy Kunes, harmonica player Randy Pratt, guitarist Paul Warren and bassist Jimmy Caputo) have provided the lusty macho soul. His leather-lunged pipes atop this hot'n'nasty blues-metal machine made some quality head-first rock'n'roll. Tightrope is the band's newest studio album; a compelling step into the future upon a bridge firmly built in the past. .
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