BIG NOIZE Featuring GEORGE LYNCH, SEBASTIAN BACH Schedules South American Dates

BIG NOIZE, the band featuring Vinny Appice (DIO, BLACK SABBATH, HEAVEN HELL) on drums, Phil Soussan (OZZY OSBOURNE, BILLY IDOL, VINCE NEIL) on bass, George Lynch (DOKKEN, LYNCH MOB) on guitar and Sebastian Bach (SKID ROW) on vocals, has scheduled the following four shows in South America in July:

July 09 – Santiago, Chile – Teatro Caupolican
July 11 – Lima, Peru – Scensia
July 13 – Sao Paulo, Brazil – KISS FM Anniversary party at HSBC
July 14 – Belo Horizonte, Brazil – Music Hall

Bach previously performed with BIG NOIZE on July 14, 2012 at the Kavarna Rock festival at Kaliakra Stadium in Kavarna, Bulgaria. Bach was filling in for regular BIG NOIZE singer Joe Lynn Turner (RAINBOW, DEEP PURPLE, YNGWIE MALMSTEEN), who was apparently unable to make the gig. Playing guitar at the show was former QUIET RIOT and current RATT guitarist Carlos Cavazo.

BIG NOIZE‘s setlist included cover versions of the following songs, among others:

* “Shot In The Dark” – OZZY OSBOURNE
* “Bang Your Head” – QUIET RIOT
* “Rainbow In The Dark” – DIO
* “The Last In Line” – DIO
* “Heaven And Hell” – BLACK SABBATH
* “The Mob Rules” – BLACK SABBATH
* “Kicking Screaming” – SEBASTIAN BACH
* “I Remember You” – SKID ROW

Fan-filmed video footage of the concert can be seen below.

Formed in 2007, BIG NOIZE performs classic-rock hits, has played a select number of dates over the years, including the M3 Rock Festival, domestic dates, dates as far as Europe, Spain, Brazil and even a special trip to Kuwait and Iraq, to entertain the brave men and women of our military forces.

While some classic rock musicians have formed successful “all-star” bands, what is unique about BIG NOIZE is its heritage and concept. All members have a related and connected past. The artists they are associated with have featured many of the same musicians and shared the same fans: OZZY OSBOURNE, DIO, BLACK SABBATH, QUIET RIOT, RAINBOW and DEEP PURPLE. A BIG NOIZE concert is a tribute to the bands that the members were integral parts of and a reunion for their extensive and loyal fan base. The setlist is a powerhouse of anthems that topped rock and pop charts in the ’70s and ’80s and reads like a classic radio playlist.

 

 

 

 

 

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