MACHINE HEAD Guitarist Jams With BUTLERS In California (Photos)

MACHINE HEAD guitarist Phil Demmel joined BUTLERS — San Francisco Bay Area's favorite cover band — on stage this past Saturday, January 7 at Pine Street in Livermore, California to perform two songs: JUDAS PRIEST's version of the FLEETWOOD MAC classic "The Green Manalishi (With The Two Prong Crown)" and UFO's "Shoot Shoot". Photos of his appearance can be seen below (courtesy of Walter Morgan).

BUTLERS is a project consisting of members of JETBOY, RUFFIANS, AMERICAN HEARTBREAK, EXODUS and IMMIGRANT. The band, which plays "B-sides of classic '70s rock," has previously jammed with members of TESLA, DEATH ANGEL, FANG, MACHINE HEAD, L.A. GUNS and DUBLIN DEATH PATROL, among others.


Billy Rowe (JETBOY) - Guitar
Craig Behrhorst (RUFFIANS, VAIN) - Guitar
Mike Butler (EXODUS) - Bass
Graham Shaw (IMMIGRANT) - Vocals
Casey Crenshaw (AMERICAN HEARTBREAK) - Guitar
Doug Hovan (SWAY) - Drums

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