John 5 Plays At The Songbirds Guitar Museum Feb. 24

Monday, January 29, 2018
John 5
John 5

John 5  and the Creatures brings the It's Alive Tour to the Songbirds Guitar Museum, on Saturday, Feb. 24,  at 7 p.m.  Tickets are $30 general admission.

Review for John 5:

The new John 5 and The Creatures live album It’s Alive! came out Thursday.

"Many songs that will be heard on tour and on It’s Alive! can be found in their original form via the latest John 5 and The Creatures studio album, Season Of The Witch. The album can be ordered via iTunes, Amazon and John-5.com, or streamed via Spotify. Season Of The Witch showcases experimentation with various genres – including western swing, Spanish flamenco, heavy metal and more – thoroughly showcasing John 5’s diverse virtuosic abilities. 

The iconic guitarist is most known in the rock/metal circle for his work in Marilyn Manson and Rob Zombie, he has worked with everyone from Lynyrd Skynyrd to Rod Stewart, Ricky Martin, David Lee Roth, Avril Lavigne, Garbage and everyone in between. John 5 plays the guitar, banjo and mandolin.

John 5 has graced the covers of Guitar Player and most recently Premier Guitar. He has a line of signature Fender telecasters. With all of the hits, soundtracks, etc. that John 5 has lent his talents to, it is time for him to take the spotlight and show the world what he is about.

JOHN 5 has worked with a varied range of artists, performing as guitarist for some of the biggest headlining rock bands in the world such as Rob Zombie and Marilyn Manson, as well as playing session with Paul Stanley, Rod Stewart, Lynyrd Skynyrd and more. John 5 has released seven solo albums to date, as well as a remix album, and has written music for the likes of Avril Lavigne, Garbage, Ricky Martin and others. His upcoming release, Season Of The Witch, follows his previous solo work, Careful With That Axe, which debuted on the Billboard Heatseekers chart upon release in 2014. 

John 5 and The Creatures is: JOHN 5 (guitars) | Ian Ross (bass) | Logan Miles Nix (drums).



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