Tremonti Makes Way For Prince + Announces Venue Change For Chicago Show
Alter Bridge/Creed guitarist and songwriter Mark Tremonti has relocated his highly anticipated debut solo appearance in Chicago this Sunday. The show, originally scheduled for the House of Blues, has moved to The Bottom Lounge that same night at 7:30 p.m. it was announced today.
The move comes at the request of Prince to make way for an intimate concert event before Prince’s three-night run at The United Center next week. Tremonti is headlining the Fourth Annual Hard Drive Live tour in support of his debut solo album ‘All I Was’ released via Fret 12 Records. Joining Tremonti on the tour are Eric Friedman on rhythm guitar, Garrett Whitlock on drums and just announced Wolfgang Van Halen on bass. All tickets for the House of Blues will be honored at the Bottom Lounge that night.
Mark Tremonti is the Grammy Award-winning guitarist and songwriter known for his work in multi-platinum rock juggernaut Creed and with the critically acclaimed Alter Bridge. Having sold over 40 million records worldwide, he’s the man behind massive hits like “My Own Prison”, “Higher”, and “Isolation”—just to name a few. His sound is recognizable and has garnered him a loyal fan base worldwide. Guitar World dubbed him “Guitarist of the Year” three consecutive years in a row and he ranked as the “fourth greatest heavy metal guitarist ever” in Total Guitar.
Advance tickets for the Bottom Lounge show are priced at $20 and $23 for Day Of. For more information please go to www.bottomlounge.com or call 1-312-666-6775.
Tickets can also be purchased via Ticketmaster at http://www.ticketmaster.com/event/040049090F3650DE?artistid=1766048&majorcatid=10001&minorcatid=60.