JOHN CORABI: Quality Nashville Photos, Video Footage Available

Chad Lee of RockConcertFotos.com has uploaded over 50 high-quality photos of John Corabi's (MÖTLEY CRÜE, THE SCREAM, UNION) December 10, 2009 concert at 2nd Ave. Live in Nashville, Tennessee.

Fan-filmed video footage of the show can be viewed below (courtesy of "hydearchives").

Corabi performed songs from throughout his career, some of which have not been played live since his days with THE SCREAM and MÖTLEY CRÜE. Among the songs fans were able to hear were "Hooligan's Holiday", "I Don't Care", "Outlaw", "Til Death Do Us Part", "Power To The Music", "Uncle Jack", "Love (I Don't Need It Anymore)", "Shine" and "Father, Mother, Son".

Corabi's solo band consists of the following musicians:

John Corabi - Vocals, Guitar
Shawn Hughes - Drums
Chris Nolen - Bass
Phil Shouse - Lead Guitar

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