Wednesday, April 10, 2013
Rock and rollers Big Head Todd And The Monsters play live at The Windjammer on Isle Of Palms on Thursday, May 9 and Friday, May 10. Doors open at 9 p.m. and BHTM take the stage at 10 p.m. to play two full sets. For more information or to purchase tickets, please visit http://bit.ly/YRfcj7 or http://bit.ly/XIc2Ps.
Founded in Colorado in 1986, BHTM catapulted out of the mountain states and into the national spotlight. With chart-topping singles and engaging live shows, BHTM has sold more than three million albums and packed major venues worldwide, including selling out their home state’s historic Red Rocks Amphitheatre seven times, most recently in 2012. Most importantly, they’ve done it the old-fashioned way: with excellent songwriting, scorching guitar and fearless genre melding.
The band’s last release was 2011’s “100 Years Of Robert Johnson.” Joined by special guests including B.B. King, Charlie Musselwhite, Hubert Sumlin, David “Honeyboy” Edwards and more, BHTM paid tribute to the blues legend both in the studio and on the road. The band recently recorded a new studio album in Chicago, set for release in 2013, with producer Steve Jordan (Bob Dylan, Cat Stevens) and engineer Niko Bolas (Neil Young, Warren Zevon).
BHTM is gearing up to give their fans exactly what they want in 2013: a headlining tour with cross-country stops at intimate theaters and two full sets from the band every night.
The longevity of BHTM’s career is a testament to the quality of the music. More than a quarter of a century later, fans are still convinced that the best is yet to come.
More information on BHTM available at: http://bit.ly/V3ZIGw.
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