Reviews and Testimonials

Las Vegas Review-Journal
“Those guys do have it under control. You count on great players, and it’s a fun study in contrasts to watch stoic Howard Leese (Heart) trading guitar licks with wildman Tracii Guns (L.A. Guns) on “Hotel California.” And just because it’s that kind of show, the song layers in two acoustic guitars for added texture.But the bigger surprise is how many good singers are onboard, and how they don’t much overlap. At 60, Robin McAuley of MSG (McAuley Schenker Group) is still in remarkable grasp of his high-end wail, whether on Queen’s “We Are the Champions” or Supertramp’s “The Logical Song.”

Paul Shortino can handle both the lower end to summon Jim Morrison on “Light My Fire” or Robert Palmer on “Addicted to Love.” And Andrew Freeman is a versatile utility man on everything from Journey’s “Separate Ways” to Van Halen’s “Jump,” the final answer to several “This has gotta be the last song” peaks.”
Mike Weatherford, Las Vegas Review-Journal

“The question “Are you ready to rock?!” has never been so inviting. Raiding the Rock Vault details the story of classic rock from the 1960s through the 1980s from the perspectives of both history and nostalgia. Of course, there’s an army of musicians in the band, including Howard Leese of Heart, Tracii Guns of LA Guns and Guns n’ Roses, Robin McAuley of MSG and Survivor to guide you through this journey.”
Grace Bascos, USA Today

Tales From the Stage
“My bottom line is Raiding the Rock Vault is just another reason to visit Las Vegas. The music is played note for note by the band, and you can tell that they are all having a blast playing tunes that have been inspirational to them over the years. ” Read more at:
“Raiding The Rock Vault was a great show, well produced, and executed. If you are a local, or planning a trip to Las Vegas, take some time out to rock out.”

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