Alle concerten van of festivals met Chickenfoot

Totaal aantal bezochte concerten en/of festivaldagen met Chickenfoot: 2

17-01-2012Foto's van Chickenfoot op 17-01-2012Video's van Chickenfoot op 17-01-2012 in 013 - Jupiler Zaal (oud)Chickenfoot setlistBlack-Bone013 - Jupiler Zaal (oud)Thois
26-06-2009Foto's van Chickenfoot op 26-06-2009Video's van Chickenfoot op 26-06-2009 in Waerdse TempelChickenfoot setlistReal Men Don't DanceWaerdse TempelThois

Locatie(s) Chickenfoot:

Topnummers van Chickenfoot op Spotify

Albums van Chickenfoot:

Best+Live (2017)

III (Bonus Track Edition) (2011)

Chickenfoot (Bonus Track Edition) (2009)

Geplande optredens van Chickenfoot

Helaas, Chickenfoot is niet op tour anders waren hier de tourdates weergegeven.

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Biography van Chickenfoot

Chickenfoot is a rock 'supergroup' featuring Sammy Hagar (Van Halen, Montrose), Michael Anthony (Van Halen), guitarist Joe Satriani, and Red Hot Chili Peppers drummer Chad Smith. Chickenfoot has recorded a self titled album that was released on June 5, 2009. They first performed together in February 2008 at a Sammy Hagar concert in Las Vegas. They had a three song set which included Led Zeppelin's "Rock And Roll" and Traffic's "Dear Mr. Fantasy". "The style is high-energy, kick-ass rock n' roll," says Satriani. "We all bring to the table some unusual influences and then we also share a lot of roots. We'll draw from funk, blues and experimental. We know what we want to get out of it. We want passages in songs that develop and we want everyone's personality to be able to come out." Chickenfoot has completed its intimate "Road Test" tour of 9 cities and now is preparing to embark on a full summer tour, starting with Festivals and a few solo dates in Europe and then returning to North America in August. Their debut album "Chickenfoot" landed #4 on the Billboard 200 chart in it's first week of release. Chickenfoot released their second album, Chickenfoot III on September 27, 2011. The Big Foot Songfacts explains that the title was because the band felt it was too advanced from their debut to be 'Chickenfoot II.' Read more on User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.