sexta-feira, 14 de julho de 2017
The Winery Dogs - American Supergroup (ROCK)
The Winery Dogs are an American rock supergroup formed in New York City, New York, United States, in 2012 by Mike Portnoy, Billy Sheehan and Richie Kotzen. The idea of the band started out as a project featuring drummer Mike Portnoy and bassist Billy Sheehan, who were aiming to form a power trio rock band with a lead singer/guitarist as the frontman. After an aborted project, tentatively titled Bad Apple, with guitarist/vocalist John Sykes, talk show host Eddie Trunk heard about it and suggested Richie Kotzen, who has previously played with Sheehan in the band Mr. Big from 1997-2002, to the take the spot. The three musicians got together at a studio in Los Angeles and at the end of the jam session, they had a few skeletons of songs that would appear on the debut album. After their first album success, they released a live concert DVD called "Unleashed in Japan 2013: The Winery Dogs."