Soundwaves TV #25 – Behind the scenes at Lamont & Tonelli’s Dirty 30!

It’s the wild mid-season finale, and the gang is going out with a bang behind-the-scenes at Lamont & Tonelli’s epic Dirty 30 anniversary concert event at Concord Pavilion with Sammy Hagar, Don Felder (formerly of The Eagles) and Bay Area rockers The Stone Foxes.

Chasta takes the stage, Steven Kirk has a few upgrade tickets up his sleeve, and Dennis Willis explains what all of this has to do with Game of Thrones. Plus, Baby Huey chats with concertgoers about L&T, and we take you backstage, into the VIP area, and onto the stage!

Plus music videos from Fantastic Negrito, ZED, SWMRS, The Story Changes, The Devil in California, State Line Empire, Stimuli, the Dave Friday Band, and a Power Pick from Pamela Parker!

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