Joe Satriani (CHICKENFOOT), Steve Vai and Steve Morse (DEEP PURPLE) will join forces for the European edition of the G3 tour in July/August.
The first confirmed dates are:
Jul. 21 - Offenbach, Germany
Jul. 23 - München, Germany
Jul. 24 - Hamburg, Germany
Aug. 01 - Budapest, Hungary
Aug. 05 - Moscow, Russia
G3 is a concert tour organized by Satriani, featuring him alongside two other guitarists. Since its inception in 1996, G3 has toured most years and has featured many guitarists, including Vai (Satriani's former student), Eric Johnson, Kenny Wayne Shepherd, Yngwie Malmsteen, John Petrucci, Robert Fripp, Paul Gilbert, Uli Jon Roth, Michael Schenker, Adrian Legg and many other special guests, including Tony MacAlpine, Johnny Hiland, Steve Lukather, Steve Morse, Keith More, Chris Duarte, Andy Timmons, Neal Schon, Gary Hoey, Brian May, Billy Gibbons, Johnny A, George Lynch, Patrick Rondat, Herman Li, Alejandro Silva and Eric Sardinas.
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