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Close your eyes, ...you won't beleive your ears!
Touch’d Too Much is a Monterey Bay based band that recreates the energy and sound of Bon Scott era AC/DC.
Over the past few years Touch’d Too Much has built a reputation as a must see band. The band has continuously earned fans, and return engagements by consistently delivering nonstop, uncompromising, powerful performances, every time they hit the stage.
Major Events and Festivals:
This summer Touch’d Too Much performed on the main stage at The 2013 Hollister Motorcycle Rally. The Hollister Rally is one of the largest motorcycle rallies on the west coast. Three weeks later Touch’d Too Much performed at the Santa Cruz To Capitola - Wharf to Wharf Race for a second year in a row. The Wharf to Wharf race attracts 15,000 runners and thousands of spectators every year. Other performances this summer included a stop at the City of Pacific Grove's Good Old Days Celebration and Music Festival.
In past years Touch’d Too Much has rocked at the legendary Rainbow Bar & Grill in Hollywood California, opened the 2009 Monterey Rock Fest which featured Heart & Billy Squier, and performed at the California Rodeos' 100th anniversary celebration, with a three night guest appearance at the rodeos’ Crown Royal Saloon.
Stop by a show...
Fans of Touch’d Too Much keep coming back because they know they will hear great music and see a great show. Touch’d Too Much takes pride in delivering a high energy, impromptu performance every time they hit the stage, playing all the Bon Scott tunes everyone loves to rock to.
Touch’d Too Much invites you to come experience it for yourself.