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Without Warning / Press

“WITHOUT WARNING ANNOUNCES A NEW DOUBLE‐TRIBUTE LIVE CONCERT PERFORMANCE FORMAT; With first concert to showcase Iron Maiden and Whitesnake. Stand by – but don’t stand back. South bay’s own Without Warning harder rock band, known for their record replications of some of the greatest progressive and hard rock tunes in musical history, has narrowed their musical selection. No Longer a harder rock mix, audiences will be rocked and entertained by a new super double‐tribute format. Targeted musical tribute projects are – Whitesnake, Rush, Dream Theatre, Iron Maiden, Dio, and more – no longer a mix – get ready for a show. Without Warning brings to the stage a high energy, powerful show that truly rocks the venue. The band’s double‐tribute performance with just 2 musical artists being presented per show means that the best of the best per artist can be brought to life.”

“Without Warning, a regionally popular band based in Torrance CA, has been selected to showcase at the 2011 “4th of July Weekend Kickoff Music Festival” to be held at Nick’s Taste of Texas in Covina on Friday, July 1st. Also performing at the festival are The Black Tongue Bells, Mick Rhodes and the Hard Eight, and The Renovators. "We've been working hard to expand our play list – embracing even “harder” rock classics and technically challenging progressive rock. This is a tremendous opportunity to present our new lead vocalist Megan Dawn, and to perform at a great venue where rock and roll hits the audience hard through a 6,000 watt sound system. NTOT is a great venue and we are really excited to be invited there to rock the house." says drummer Bob Hughes. ”

“Without Warning, a Los Angeles based Classic and Progressive Rock Super Tribute band, has been selected to showcase in the Alpine Village Bierhall at this year’s highly anticipated “Oktoberfest 2011”. Alpine Village is the home of the oldest and largest Oktoberfest celebration in Southern California with over 70,000 attendees last season. This year’s Oktoberfest will be held every Friday, Saturday and Sunday between September 9th and October 23rd in a massive 32,000 square foot tent, with supporting events in the Marketplace and the historic Bierhall.”

“Without Warning, a Los Angeles based Classic and Progressive Rock Super Tribute band, has been selected to perform with Fan Halen at Saint Rocke. Voted #1 Live Music venue in the South Bay, Saint Rocke is the live rock and roll jewel of the South Bay.”

“Recently I had the opportunity to record at Hemishperes Recording in North Hollywood. I took my time to lay out all my parts and practice them over and over in hopes that I would be prepared and ready to go. I feel a good player should know what they want their instrument/voice to sound like but capturing that is an elusive adventure. The sign of an experienced professional behind the board is how they make you feel when you enter their domain and how he or she seems to make a fun environment out of what could be a terribly nervous and emotional time. James Lugo handled himself like the seasoned veteran that he is. I can only speak for myself, but I certainly felt at ease and had a great time recording at his facility in North Hollywood.”

“Without Warning, a regionally popular band based in Torrance CA, has been selected to showcase at the 2011 “4th of July Weekend Kickoff Music Festival” to be held at Nick’s Taste of Texas in Covina on Friday, July 1st. Also performing at the festival are The Black Tongue Bells, Mick Rhodes and the Hard Eight, and The Renovators. "We've been working hard to expand our play list – embracing even “harder” rock classics and technically challenging progressive rock. This is a tremendous opportunity to present our new lead vocalist Megan Dawn, and to perform at a great venue where rock and roll hits the audience hard through a 6,000 watt sound system. NTOT is a great venue and we are really excited to be invited there to rock the house." says drummer Bob Hughes. ”