+ L.A. Guns – Reunion Tour – Tickets – The Vogue – Indianapolis, IN – February 28th, 2018 – The Vogue
L.A. Guns - Reunion Tour

Dahlia Presents

L.A. Guns - Reunion Tour

Budderside, Hero Jr.

Wed, February 28, 2018

Doors: 7:00 pm / Show: 8:00 pm

$20.00 - $25.00

This event is 21 and over

L.A. Guns
L.A. Guns
With their roots set on the Sunset Strip, L.A. Guns has become a staple of 80's glam and sleaze-rock. With a deep catalog of hair metal classics like "Ballad of Jayne," "Never Enough," "Sex Action," and "Over the Edge," L.A. Guns has solidified their position as true legends of Hollywood.

In 1987, the band was signed to Polygram Records following their formation in '86. With their self-titled album L.A. Guns the band arrived on the scene in quite a fashion. The album sold over 750,000 copies and kick-started the band into numerous world tours with Def Leppard, Iron Maiden, and AC/DC.

In the following year, L.A. Guns went back into the studio to record their sophomore album, Cocked and Loaded, which skyrocketed on the charts and sold over 1,000,000 records, garnering the band its first platinum album.

Eager to get back to recording, the band released Hollywood Vampires in 1990, selling another 700,000 records and establishing L.A. Guns as one of the genre's most talented bands. Since their third studio album, the band's original members have branched out on solo and other outside projects. L.A. Guns continued on, recording albums in '94, '96, '99, and '01.

In 2002 and 2005, Waking the Dead and Tales from the Strip were released, respectively. Veteran music producer Andy Johns (Led Zeppelin) was brought on for both albums, and received rave reviews. Strip was considered one of the decade's best hard-rock albums.

L.A. Guns, with originals Phil Lewis and Steve Riley along with Stacey Blades and Scott Griffin, continue to tour the country and the globe. With 25-years worth of material, L.A. Guns has proved to be true warriors of the 80's genre and look forward to recording more albums and building upon their legacy.
Hero Jr.
Hero Jr.
HERO JR. has a reputation for playing different shows each night, often stretching their well-crafted rock tunes into epic jams. On tour since 2012, the band has played more than 600 shows across America, including support for Alice Cooper, Tom Petty, Queensrÿche and other established rock artists. Their new album "Sometimes You Just Gotta Give It The Business" was recorded live to analog tape in just 48 hours, with the band performing sides one and two of the record in sequence for the definitive Hero Jr. experience.

HERO JR. is a four-piece rock band from Indianapolis with an inspired blend of Black Sabbath influenced British Rock and Nirvana-esque American Punk / Grunge, yielding a modern rock force to be reckoned with. Having supported major headlining acts such as Tom Petty, The Offspring, The Answer, Tantric and more, Hero Jr. is truly in their element live on stage, performing an average of 175 shows each year at clubs and festivals, with no two shows the same. Sharing the same values as legendary audio pioneer Klipsch, Hero Jr. is one of the few bands featured in their Emerging Artists program, with both parties holding in high esteem a respect to confidence, product quality and in-your-face volume. In terms of work ethic and influences, Hero Jr. is an old school band, but their crisp live sound sets the bar for “real” modern rock music.


Venue Information:
The Vogue
6259 North College Avenue
Indianapolis, IN, 46220