The Aviators are truly sensational and are making a lot of headlines in the Los Angeles area! Coming off of the biggest show of their young career, opening for the hard rock trio California Breed (Glenn Hughes, Jason Bonham and Andrew Watt) at The Whisky A Go Go in May of 2014, The Aviators proved that not only can they write great songs and entertain a large crowd, but they can hold their own as a headlining act anywhere! Currently playing up and down the California coast, they are a hard rock band that doesn't pull any punches. Powerhouse vocals, dual les pauls and a thunderous rhythm section round out this raw and supremely talented group of young guys.
Lead by amazing lead singer August Young, and nineteen year old phenom lead guitarist, Will Slikker, the band hails from Southern California and plays high energy, precision rock and roll! Drawing around 150-200 people locally, The Aviators are regulars at the Whisky A Go-Go and recently played the Los Angeles Marathon and the San Diego Half Marathon for around 50,000 runners. In May of 2014, the band headlined the nations largest Relay for Life event in Bakersfield CA. They have also been featured on 106.7 Rodney on the Roq with legendary DJ Rodney Bingenheimer. Along with being the first band to ever open for California Breed, they have played with Great White, Fuel, Montrose, The Quireboys, Black Oak Arkansas, The Bullet Boys and members of Foreigner, Whitesnake, Cinderella, Dramarama and Poison. They are currently being featured on the online radio stationwww.hardrockology.com
Below is a link to the California Breed Show Review
Below is a link to the Black Oak Arkansas Show Review
Below is a link to their music video Downtown Betty.
Below is a link of a performance of the band on a Fresno CA TV show.
Below is a youtube link of the band performing AC/DC's Highway to Hell
Below is the band performing Mountain's Mississippi Queen
Below is a link to original music by The Aviators
Facebook Fan Page:www.facebook.com/theaviatorsrock
For Booking/Inquiries Contact:
Hangar Records at (661) 706-9427 or (661) 706-8859 and ask for August or Dan