Break out the Aqua Net and leather pants for a night down memory lane
back to the hard rockin’ ‘80s! San Jose’s Club Rodeo, on September 23,
2012, will present several ‘80s metal acts, featuring San Jose’s MAXX12.
It will be a night of rockin’ music, long hair, ‘80s nostalgia and fun
not to be missed!
MAXX12 is one of the San Jose area’s newest sensations. Composed of
three super talented guys from the ‘80s metal scene, and featuring T.
Michael Riddle, formerly with metal legends Valhalla, MAXX12 promises
excitement and fun. The band also features bass virtuoso Jon Hampton and
hard rockin’ drummer Ronnie Cascinai. MAXX12’s mission is to rid the US
of political trouble, through music, and you can witness their stellar
audio and video show in person at Club Rodeo on the 23rd. MAXX12 is
already getting quite a cult following in Southern and Western American
states; they are not to be missed!
MAXX12 was co-founded by Riddle and his best friend, ‘70s guitar legend
Ronnie Montrose. Montrose was known as one of the premier guitar players
of the ‘60s and ‘70s, and he started his career as a teenager playing
for Van Morrison. He later went onto the wildly popular Edgar Winter
Group, and then formed his own band, Montrose, also wildly popular in
the ‘70s. Montrose was also famous for discovering then unknown singer
Sammy Hagar, who went on to be a superstar in his own band and later
with other megaband Van Halen. Montrose went on to executive produce
MAXX12, which is part of the reason MAXX12 exudes musical excellence.
The show that night will also feature popular ‘80s metal rockers Faster
Pussycat, as well as Gundacker Project, which includes the very bangin’
drummer Craig Martin, and the Johnny Lima Band. Lima’s hits include
“Another Lonely Day” and the CD “Living Out Loud.” Lima was formerly
lead singer of ‘80s band Cheshire Cat.
Club Rodeo is located at 610 Coleman Avenue in San Jose, CA. Tickets are
$15; the show starts at 7 pm. Check out Club Rodeo at www.therodeoclub.com.
Check out MAXX12 at www.maxx12music.com,
and on Facebook. And for more information, call 408.920.0145 or contact
Ms. Jill at 707.971.0687, or [email protected]