LOUDNESS Guitarist Jams With CHAD SMITH'S BOMBASTIC MEATBATS In Tokyo; Video Available
Live footage of L.A. all-stars CHAD SMITH'S BOMBASTIC MEATBATS jamming THE WHO classic "Who Are You" in Tokyo, Japan with special guest Akira Takasaki of legendary metal band LOUDNESS can be viewed below.
The MEATBATS, featuring guitarist Jeff Kollman (COSMOSQUAD, GLENN HUGHES), bassist Kevin Chown (UNCLE CRACKER, TED NUGENT), and keyboardist Ed Roth (GLENN HUGHES, RONNIE MONTROSE), recently concluded a successful tour of Japan with drummer Kenny Aronoff (JOHN FOGERTY, IOMMI) filling in for co-founder Chad Smith (RED HOT CHILI PEPPERS, CHICKENFOOT). The band also played a high-profile one-off with Matt Sorum (VELVET REVOLVER, GUNS N' ROSES) on drums at the Gakki Fair in Yokohama, Japan on November 7.
Photos with Sorum are posted at this location.
CHAD SMITH'S BOMBASTIC MEATBATS' debut album, "Meet The Meatbats", was released on September 15 via Warrior Records/Universal in North America and October 12 through Edel/earMUSIC in Europe.
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