RYAN ROXIE (guitarist for Alice Cooper) has just confirmed he will take part in the upcoming ‘Planet Axe’ tour in support of his new solo album ‘Imagine Your Reality’ which was released on May 25th, 2018 via Cargo Records.
Joining Roxie on the Planet Axe tour will be fellow guitarists/vocalists Brandon Gibbs (Devil City Angels) and Joel Kosche (Collective Soul). Roxie’s touring band on this run of U.S. dates will include Kosche as well as Robby Miller (bass) and Kenny Bailey (drums).
After the Planet Axe dates, Roxie will hook up with his boss and the rest of the Alice Cooper Band for US/Canada Cooper tour dates that will continue from August – October.
To Live and Die in L.A. (Official Lyric Video): https://youtu.be/61ezD8zCC8M
Planet Axe Tour Dates:
July 18th: The Nick – Birmingham, AL, USA
July 19th: 37 Main – Buford, GA, USA
July 20th: Private Event – Somerset, KY, USA
July 21st: MVP Bar – Cincinnati, OH, USA
July 22nd: Firehouse BBQ & Blues – Richmond, IN, USA
July 25th: Tailgators – Cedar Rapids, IA, USA
July 26th: Rascals Live Music Venue – Moline, IL, USA
July 27th: Psycho Silo Saloon – Langley, IL, USA
July 28th: Stone Toad Bar & Grill – Menasha, WI, USA
RYAN ROXIE, is best known as ALICE COOPER’s long-time lead guitarist and collaborator. He has also worked with Slash & Gilby Clarke and been a member of Classic Rock Award nominated band, Casablanca. Roxie has had an impressive ride so far!
‘Imagine Your Reality’ is his first official ‘solo‘ release and sees him joined by other noteworthy musicians, including a collaboration with Cheap Trick’s Robin Zander on the track California Man.
‘Imagine Your Reality’ continues Roxie’s legacy of creating infectiously melodic songs and straight ahead no nonsense rock riffs, and this time with more guitar than ever before! Ten tracks, all underlined by ten gleaming guitar solos. From the punk rock undertones of ‘Never Mind Me’ to the un-sugarcoated tale of life in La La Land (To Live and Die in LA) to the superb Beatle-y/Oasis nod, ‘Look Me In The Eye’ – it’s a uplifting big rock sound. Robin Zander transforms ‘California Man’ into the ultimate vintage-vibed, top down, drive in the sunshine, rock n’ roll anthem.