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Concert Review- Hurricane performs live and free at Southern California local music store with new singer.


Review- Hurricane performs live at Southern California local music store with a new singer.


Hurricane performs live and free at Southern California local music store with new singer

Review and photos by Craig Newman

80’s  Los Angeles, California metal band Hurricane (Robert Sarzo-guitars, Tony Cavazo-Bass, Mike Hansen-drums and new vocalist Jacinto Chad Cancino performed live intimate performance with Q&A  from the audience, a raffle of various prizes and taking photos with them. The performance was streaming on GoDps music store at Newbury Park, CA  on September 8, 2017.  It was sponsored by Chromecast stands and Sawtooth Guitars.

The band performed 9 songs starting with “Hurricane” from their albums Over The Edge and Slave To Thrill albums. Other songs included “I’m Eighteen”, “I’m On To You”, “Baby Snakes”, “Over The Edge”, “Smiles Like A Child” and “10,000 Years”. During the set the band, mainly Robert answered questions such as were why different guitars used on certain songs, demonstrating the MIDI guitar and how many sounds from one note on the guitar and other.  

A surprise announcement is the band will be re-recording songs that didn’t make on the previous albums for a new album and shows for 2018.  

Overall it was a fun night and for the band and those attending. Thanks to the staff at Go Dps for having this event.

 

About Bryan Joe Corder (2010 Articles)
Concert Photographer at heart, Love listening to music and going to shows to try to capture the magic on the stage with my imagery.I also review albums and live concerts.

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