Joe Satriani will release Satchurated: Live in Montreal on April 24. The concert, which will be available on CD, DVD and Blu-ray, is being released through Epic Records. The soundtrack from Satchurated was produced by Satriani and Mike Fraser. The film by Pierre & François Lemoureaux, will also be available on 3D Blu-ray and standard definition DVD on the same date.
Joe Satriani's new 3D concert film, Satchurated, debuted in select theaters around the country last week, and you can now check out the performance footage of "Satch Boogie" from the film. Watch below.
"Can't Slow Down," a song from Joe Satriani's Flying In A Blue Dream album, might be 23 years old this year -- but it's never been a more accurate description of its creator. The guitarist's new 3D film, Sachurated, makes its theatrical debut today -- the same day he's appearing on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno with Chickenfoot. Later this month, Satriani will take the G3 show on the road in Australia with Steve Lukather and longtime partner Steve Vai. As if that weren't enough, Chickenfoot are hitting the road in May on their Different Devil tour of North America.
For all the positive reviews of Van Halen's new album, A Different Kind of Truth, there has always remained a steady drone of a naysayers claiming that the band is just not the same without bassist Michael Anthony.
Speaking to Radio Metal recently, the Red Rocker got his chance to share his thoughts on the new Van Halen record, and sound off about whether VH or Chickenfoot are the reigning four-piece rock band of today.
If you thought Chickenfoot III was just some clever joke from Sammy, Satch and crew, think again. According to a new episode of Behind the Foot, there was indeed a Chickenfoot II, but the 'Foot's sophomore album was not to be.