L.A. GUNS: Santa Ana Concert To Be Webcast

One of the most legendary and well-respected rock bands to ever come out of the Los Angeles area, L.A. GUNS, will make their performance at the Galaxy Theater, located in Santa Ana on August 31, 2007 one that can be experienced by everyone across the country….even without being there.

Webcastia of Huntington Beach will be streaming the concert as a pay-per-view event which will allow Internet users everywhere to experience the show in the best quality and with the best sound available. Webcastia broadcasts live events, whether they are live concerts, sporting events, or special events. Full production and one of kind services bring the event to your desktop.

This version of L.A. GUNS consists of Tracii Guns (guitar), Chad Stewart (drums), Jeremy Guns (bass), and Paul Black (vocals). L.A. GUNS was one of the original bands that came out of the mayhem of the Sunset Strip in the 1980s, and, of course, its founder, Tracii Guns is the infamous "guns" behind GUNS N' ROSES. This hard-rocking, in-your-face rock band has continued to tour, write, and give audiences what they want…..a kick-ass rock show and great music!!!

L.A. GUNS will embark on a world wide tour beginning October 12, 2007 in Brisbane, Australia and will end on November 24, 2007 at the Pekalongan Stadium in Middle Java.

The band is currently in the studio recording a new record for a 2008 release.

The Galaxy Theater is located at 3503 S. Harbor Blvd. Santa Ana, California 92704. Doors open at 6:00 p.m. Show begins at 8:00 p.m. Appearing with L.A. GUNS will be LEATHERWOLF, KICKED OUT, BIG CITY LIGHTS, and ADORE.

For more information on Webcastia, go to www.webcastia.com.


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