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15 days ago
Myles Kennedy - Return To The Kingdom Tour w/ Devin Townsend acoustic performance!
Tickets and VIP Meet & Greets are on sale now at https://myleskennedy.com

Nov. 25 - Glasgow
Nov. 27 - Manchester
Nov. 29 - Nottingham
Nov. 30 - Birmingham
Dec. 2 - Cardiff
Dec. 3 - London
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$9.98
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One Day Remains
$11.99
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Live At Wembley
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Blackbird
$8.34
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Alter Bridge at Airway Heights, WA in Northern Quest Resort & Casino 2024
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Fan Reviews

Nahuel
November 12th 2023
It was a great show! Since they don't come often to Argentina, they focused in playing more classics like Metalingus and Rise Today, instead of playing a lot of songs from Pawns and Kings (a good call IMO). The only songs from the last album were Sin After Sin and Fable of the Silent Son. They even played along when the public did football-style chants like "olé olé". After the first half of the show, there was an acoustic segment between Miles and Mark. Also, Mark sang all of Burn it Down and he absolutely rocked it. Hope they come back soon!
Ciudad Autónoma de Buenos Aires, Argentina@
Luna Park
Brandon
November 11th 2023
Alter Bridge was on fire for this show! They fed off the incredible energy and passion of the crowd. Everyone in the crowd sang along to every single song (save Sin after Sin), danced, and simply rocked out! The concert venue "Espaço Unimed" does not look impressive from the outside of the building. However, once inside the venue, you will be surpised by the amazing sound quality (VIP floor level), and the facilities in general. The sound mix had a few minor issues, but the sound levels were absolutely perfect - the bass was not overdone, so you need not worry about your heart stopping from the vibrations. Further, it was no so loud that earplugs were required. Their live performance was flawless, just one of the many things that sets them apart from so many other artists. The setlist was really good, but they should evaluate playing Sin after Sin live. This song sapped the energy of the crowd. In fact, it was the only time the crowd was quiet. It felt as if the song was played live at half speed! The "socially distanced" VIP experience was a huge disappointment and I do not recommend wasting your money on it. You have no interaction with the band other than the Q&A, which was a complete joke and probably lasted about 5 mins. Listening to the the soundcheck is a "meh" experience. The group photo was definitely disappointing and is not even fit to print. Janus Music Management can, and should, do better! Consider charging more money, limit the tickets sold, and allow for some fan interaction. Lastly, let us talk about their merchandise. Alter Bridge needs some creative help with the designs of the merch in general, which is often boring and overly simplistic. They do not offer merchandise for women, instead opting for "unisex" t-shirts which do not work well for petite women, such as my wife. Also, why does this band not offer signed merchandise for sale?
São Paulo, Brazil@
Espaço Unimed
Nancy
August 27th 2023
How was AlterBridge?? Absolutely fantastic. Center rail, great view. The guys play so seamlessly, and with so much heart—it makes your own heart feel like it may explode. Myles was in top form vocally and in stage presence. It was great to see Mark singing—as we all know he can. The crowd was embarrassingly small (<2000?) but we gave it our all. Always a great crowd with AB. And as Myles jokingly pointed out, it only took 20+ appearances (and 19 years) at the Rave before AB “graduated” to the Eagles Ballroom. It felt like family because they are family. 🥰
Milwaukee, WI@
The Rave / Eagles Club
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About Alter Bridge

Heroes push us to excel. Their will, courage, and sacrifice can bring out the best in the world around them.

Fittingly, on their fifth full-length album, The Last Hero, hard rock juggernaut Alter Bridge pursue a level of excellence inspired by timeless heroism. Making the record became something of a personal quest for the quartet—Myles Kennedy [vocals, guitar], Mark Tremonti [guitar, vocals], Brian Marshall [bass], and Scott Phillips [drums]. In 2013, the band reached an elevated creative and critical milestone with Fortress. It bowed at #12 on the Billboard Top 200, moving over 30,000 copies first-week and earning unanimous tastemaker praise. The record garnered perfect scores from Total Guitar and KERRANG! as well as acclaim from Billboard, The Guardian, Loudwire, Ultimate Guitar, and many more. In between sold out tours in Europe and North America, the guys appeared on VH1 and graced the cover of Classic Rock Magazine who labeled Fortress, “The best thing they’ve ever done,” while Eddie Trunk called it, “A top 10 album of the last 10 years.” When it came time to write new music, the musicians collectively raised the bar yet again.

“Every time we do a record, my only goal is for people to simply think it’s better than the previous one,” declares Mark. “We pushed ourselves so hard last time, and we knew were going to push ourselves much harder here. When we brought material in, it had to outdo Fortress.”

“We always strive for that,” agrees Myles. “While recognizing where we’ve come from, we wanted to expand what Alter Bridge is. This record is definitely an exploration of the hero theme—whether it be the lack of heroes, the need for heroes, or a tribute to heroes. There’s a story in there.”

Myles wrapped up touring with Slash, and Mark finished up a successful run supporting his second solo album Cauterize in late 2015. By January 2016, the four members congregated back in Orlando with longtime producer Michael “Elvis” Baskette [Slash, Trivium]. Over the next four months, they diligently assembled and tracked the 13 songs comprising The Last Hero.

“Because we have very finite windows of time to put these records together, it’s nonstop when we regroup,” explains Myles. “Each writer is very involved.”

“We’d work all day in the studio, and Myles and I would go back to my house and come up with ideas all night,” recalls Mark. “We set up camp in my kids’ playroom with a Garage Band system to prepare for the next day. It was intense.”

Constantly progressing, the boys decided to employ some fresh techniques, utilize more alternate tunings and even recorded on a seven-string guitar for the first time.

“We don’t want to put out the same thing over and over again,” Tremonti continues. “We want to keep everyone guessing. There are three new tunings, and that helped keep us inspired. I’d never recorded on a seven-string until now. This is the first record where Myles planned out his solos beforehand. In the past, he would wing it with this magical, improvisational touch. What he did is amazing. Me and Slash have both said he’s the best guitar player in our bands.”

“We weren’t afraid to travel certain roads we might’ve been hesitant to venture down on the last two albums,” adds Myles. “As a result, some of the songs are more uplifting and melodic. There was certainly a psychological shift. We embraced the past. You hear elements of each record throughout our history.”

The Last Hero opens with the urgent, untamed, and undeniable “Show Me A Leader.” Following an intricate clean intro, the song gallops into a rapturous chant punctuated by fierce and fiery seven-string shredding. It’s a clarion call for the next phase of Alter Bridge.

“Lyrically, it definitely reflects the frustration a lot of people are feeling with the current state of the world,” admits Myles. “The world is looking for trustworthy effective leadership and not this undignified dog and pony show that’s really made a mockery of our system.”

“It’s indicative of our process,” Mark goes on. “Myles had this guitar intro that I loved, and I had the chorus. We put them together. The words call out for a proper leader.”

“My Champion” climbs from a swell of delay into an impressive guitar lick before Myles delivers one of the most spirited choruses of their career to date. “The lyric was actually inspired by thinking back to my situation as a kid,” he remembers. “I was this really small, underdeveloped kid who had to work extremely hard to keep up with all of my peers. It was very frustrating. I would hear a lot of words of encouragement from parents, coaches, or teachers though. A lot of those things were stored away, and they manifested themselves in this song. I’ve been able to apply some of those concepts in my life a thousand times over since then.”

Then, there’s “Poison in Your Veins,” which channels an airy refrain through a whirlwind of guitar Sturm und Drang. “This song showcases the inner dialogue in one’s head; serving as reminder to live life courageously, take chances, and ultimately believe in yourself. It’s not a new theme for us, but definitely one that can never be overstated," explains Myles.

Tremonti adds: “We wanted to make it as musically interesting as possible, while preserving a hook.”

“Losing Patience” tempers a bombastic drum groove with an ominous and poignant proclamation, while the ballad “You Will Be Remembered” evinces another side of the sound. “It’s a tribute to heroes like anybody who’s served the country or community,” Myles remarks. “The song touches on the ultimate sacrifice soldiers, police, and firemen are willing to give.”

Nearing seven minutes, the title track and finale ebbs and flows between hypnotic heaviness and an instrumental elegance that’s cinematic in scope. “That’s probably my favorite track,” he states. “Whether it’s today, 100 years ago, or 1,000 years ago, being a human on this planet is never easy. We’re going through a lot. The need for heroes, positive influences, and good leadership is obvious, but we definitely need it right now.”

“Fans love the epic side of Alter Bridge,” Mark says. “We tried to stretch the boundaries again. The arrangement isn’t typical at all. It’s an important moment for the record.”

Ultimately, Alter Bridge heroically deliver for fans worldwide and rock music at large.

“It’s good to be back in the Alter Bridge battle,” Myles leaves off. “Every time we do a record, I’m reminded of how great it is to have this passionate and loyal audience. We don’t take it lightly. We consider it an honor that people let us into their lives that way.”
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Genres:
Hard Rock, Metal, Rock
Band Members:
Mark Tremonti, Scott Phillips, Brian Marshall, Myles Kennedy
Hometown:
Orlando, Florida

No upcoming shows
Send a request to Alter Bridge to play in your city
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Latest Posts

Alter Bridge
15 days ago
Myles Kennedy - Return To The Kingdom Tour w/ Devin Townsend acoustic performance!
Tickets and VIP Meet & Greets are on sale now at https://myleskennedy.com

Nov. 25 - Glasgow
Nov. 27 - Manchester
Nov. 29 - Nottingham
Nov. 30 - Birmingham
Dec. 2 - Cardiff
Dec. 3 - London
View More Posts

Live Photos of Alter Bridge

Alter Bridge at Airway Heights, WA in Northern Quest Resort & Casino 2024
View All Photos

Alter Bridge merch
amazonview store

Pawns & Kings
$26.98
ABIII Black
$63.00
Walk The Sky
$9.98
Live At The O2 Arena + Rarities
$9.98
The Last Hero
$17.59
One Day Remains
$11.99
Blackbird
$39.54
Live At Wembley
$24.57
Blackbird
$8.34
View All

Fan Reviews

Nahuel
November 12th 2023
It was a great show! Since they don't come often to Argentina, they focused in playing more classics like Metalingus and Rise Today, instead of playing a lot of songs from Pawns and Kings (a good call IMO). The only songs from the last album were Sin After Sin and Fable of the Silent Son. They even played along when the public did football-style chants like "olé olé". After the first half of the show, there was an acoustic segment between Miles and Mark. Also, Mark sang all of Burn it Down and he absolutely rocked it. Hope they come back soon!
Ciudad Autónoma de Buenos Aires, Argentina@
Luna Park
Brandon
November 11th 2023
Alter Bridge was on fire for this show! They fed off the incredible energy and passion of the crowd. Everyone in the crowd sang along to every single song (save Sin after Sin), danced, and simply rocked out! The concert venue "Espaço Unimed" does not look impressive from the outside of the building. However, once inside the venue, you will be surpised by the amazing sound quality (VIP floor level), and the facilities in general. The sound mix had a few minor issues, but the sound levels were absolutely perfect - the bass was not overdone, so you need not worry about your heart stopping from the vibrations. Further, it was no so loud that earplugs were required. Their live performance was flawless, just one of the many things that sets them apart from so many other artists. The setlist was really good, but they should evaluate playing Sin after Sin live. This song sapped the energy of the crowd. In fact, it was the only time the crowd was quiet. It felt as if the song was played live at half speed! The "socially distanced" VIP experience was a huge disappointment and I do not recommend wasting your money on it. You have no interaction with the band other than the Q&A, which was a complete joke and probably lasted about 5 mins. Listening to the the soundcheck is a "meh" experience. The group photo was definitely disappointing and is not even fit to print. Janus Music Management can, and should, do better! Consider charging more money, limit the tickets sold, and allow for some fan interaction. Lastly, let us talk about their merchandise. Alter Bridge needs some creative help with the designs of the merch in general, which is often boring and overly simplistic. They do not offer merchandise for women, instead opting for "unisex" t-shirts which do not work well for petite women, such as my wife. Also, why does this band not offer signed merchandise for sale?
São Paulo, Brazil@
Espaço Unimed
Nancy
August 27th 2023
How was AlterBridge?? Absolutely fantastic. Center rail, great view. The guys play so seamlessly, and with so much heart—it makes your own heart feel like it may explode. Myles was in top form vocally and in stage presence. It was great to see Mark singing—as we all know he can. The crowd was embarrassingly small (<2000?) but we gave it our all. Always a great crowd with AB. And as Myles jokingly pointed out, it only took 20+ appearances (and 19 years) at the Rave before AB “graduated” to the Eagles Ballroom. It felt like family because they are family. 🥰
Milwaukee, WI@
The Rave / Eagles Club
View More Fan Reviews

About Alter Bridge

Heroes push us to excel. Their will, courage, and sacrifice can bring out the best in the world around them.

Fittingly, on their fifth full-length album, The Last Hero, hard rock juggernaut Alter Bridge pursue a level of excellence inspired by timeless heroism. Making the record became something of a personal quest for the quartet—Myles Kennedy [vocals, guitar], Mark Tremonti [guitar, vocals], Brian Marshall [bass], and Scott Phillips [drums]. In 2013, the band reached an elevated creative and critical milestone with Fortress. It bowed at #12 on the Billboard Top 200, moving over 30,000 copies first-week and earning unanimous tastemaker praise. The record garnered perfect scores from Total Guitar and KERRANG! as well as acclaim from Billboard, The Guardian, Loudwire, Ultimate Guitar, and many more. In between sold out tours in Europe and North America, the guys appeared on VH1 and graced the cover of Classic Rock Magazine who labeled Fortress, “The best thing they’ve ever done,” while Eddie Trunk called it, “A top 10 album of the last 10 years.” When it came time to write new music, the musicians collectively raised the bar yet again.

“Every time we do a record, my only goal is for people to simply think it’s better than the previous one,” declares Mark. “We pushed ourselves so hard last time, and we knew were going to push ourselves much harder here. When we brought material in, it had to outdo Fortress.”

“We always strive for that,” agrees Myles. “While recognizing where we’ve come from, we wanted to expand what Alter Bridge is. This record is definitely an exploration of the hero theme—whether it be the lack of heroes, the need for heroes, or a tribute to heroes. There’s a story in there.”

Myles wrapped up touring with Slash, and Mark finished up a successful run supporting his second solo album Cauterize in late 2015. By January 2016, the four members congregated back in Orlando with longtime producer Michael “Elvis” Baskette [Slash, Trivium]. Over the next four months, they diligently assembled and tracked the 13 songs comprising The Last Hero.

“Because we have very finite windows of time to put these records together, it’s nonstop when we regroup,” explains Myles. “Each writer is very involved.”

“We’d work all day in the studio, and Myles and I would go back to my house and come up with ideas all night,” recalls Mark. “We set up camp in my kids’ playroom with a Garage Band system to prepare for the next day. It was intense.”

Constantly progressing, the boys decided to employ some fresh techniques, utilize more alternate tunings and even recorded on a seven-string guitar for the first time.

“We don’t want to put out the same thing over and over again,” Tremonti continues. “We want to keep everyone guessing. There are three new tunings, and that helped keep us inspired. I’d never recorded on a seven-string until now. This is the first record where Myles planned out his solos beforehand. In the past, he would wing it with this magical, improvisational touch. What he did is amazing. Me and Slash have both said he’s the best guitar player in our bands.”

“We weren’t afraid to travel certain roads we might’ve been hesitant to venture down on the last two albums,” adds Myles. “As a result, some of the songs are more uplifting and melodic. There was certainly a psychological shift. We embraced the past. You hear elements of each record throughout our history.”

The Last Hero opens with the urgent, untamed, and undeniable “Show Me A Leader.” Following an intricate clean intro, the song gallops into a rapturous chant punctuated by fierce and fiery seven-string shredding. It’s a clarion call for the next phase of Alter Bridge.

“Lyrically, it definitely reflects the frustration a lot of people are feeling with the current state of the world,” admits Myles. “The world is looking for trustworthy effective leadership and not this undignified dog and pony show that’s really made a mockery of our system.”

“It’s indicative of our process,” Mark goes on. “Myles had this guitar intro that I loved, and I had the chorus. We put them together. The words call out for a proper leader.”

“My Champion” climbs from a swell of delay into an impressive guitar lick before Myles delivers one of the most spirited choruses of their career to date. “The lyric was actually inspired by thinking back to my situation as a kid,” he remembers. “I was this really small, underdeveloped kid who had to work extremely hard to keep up with all of my peers. It was very frustrating. I would hear a lot of words of encouragement from parents, coaches, or teachers though. A lot of those things were stored away, and they manifested themselves in this song. I’ve been able to apply some of those concepts in my life a thousand times over since then.”

Then, there’s “Poison in Your Veins,” which channels an airy refrain through a whirlwind of guitar Sturm und Drang. “This song showcases the inner dialogue in one’s head; serving as reminder to live life courageously, take chances, and ultimately believe in yourself. It’s not a new theme for us, but definitely one that can never be overstated," explains Myles.

Tremonti adds: “We wanted to make it as musically interesting as possible, while preserving a hook.”

“Losing Patience” tempers a bombastic drum groove with an ominous and poignant proclamation, while the ballad “You Will Be Remembered” evinces another side of the sound. “It’s a tribute to heroes like anybody who’s served the country or community,” Myles remarks. “The song touches on the ultimate sacrifice soldiers, police, and firemen are willing to give.”

Nearing seven minutes, the title track and finale ebbs and flows between hypnotic heaviness and an instrumental elegance that’s cinematic in scope. “That’s probably my favorite track,” he states. “Whether it’s today, 100 years ago, or 1,000 years ago, being a human on this planet is never easy. We’re going through a lot. The need for heroes, positive influences, and good leadership is obvious, but we definitely need it right now.”

“Fans love the epic side of Alter Bridge,” Mark says. “We tried to stretch the boundaries again. The arrangement isn’t typical at all. It’s an important moment for the record.”

Ultimately, Alter Bridge heroically deliver for fans worldwide and rock music at large.

“It’s good to be back in the Alter Bridge battle,” Myles leaves off. “Every time we do a record, I’m reminded of how great it is to have this passionate and loyal audience. We don’t take it lightly. We consider it an honor that people let us into their lives that way.”
Show More
Genres:
Hard Rock, Metal, Rock
Band Members:
Mark Tremonti, Scott Phillips, Brian Marshall, Myles Kennedy
Hometown:
Orlando, Florida

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