Generation Axe Makes Their Way to the Palace Theatre in Albany, NY

Generation Axe Makes Their Way to the Palace Theatre in Albany, NY

Generation Axe came to The Palace Theatre in Albany, NY Thursday November 29th bringing a show full of amazing guitar solo’s by some of the world’s best guitarists. If you don’t know what Generation Axe is, let me fill you in. Generation Axe is a super group featuring Steve Vai, Zakk Wylde, Yngwie Malmsteen, Nuno Bettencourt and Tosin Abasi. Each guitarist comes from their own unique background adding their flare to the show.

Generation Axe - Albany NY 11-29-2018 (82 of 168)

Photo: Ryah Giles (Ready for the Afterglow)

Throughout the night guitarists came on for their own separate pieces and other times, all musicians would be on the stage together playing synchronized or soloing. For one song, Zakk Wylde made his way in to the crowd while playing and got all the way up to the balcony at one point! Wylde is a guitarist known for his wild on stage interactions and blistering solos from his time spent with Black Label Society and Ozzy Osbourne. The show ended with all guitarists on stage together playing  Queen’s beloved “Bohemian Rhapsody” which had the crowd singing along to the tune. If this super group is coming to your town, I highly recommend you to go and see the show. It is not everyday you get to see the best guitarist’s of all time on stage together like this.  See below for the rest of their tour dates along with a full photo gallery:

Tour Dates:

12/01 Rochester, NY Kodak Center
12/03 Greensburg, PA The Palace Theatre
12/04 Westbury, NY NYCB Theatre at Westbury
12/05 Richmond, VA The National
12/08 Atlanta, GA Tabernacle
12/09 Orlando, FL Hard Rock Live
12/10 Davie, FL Hard Rock Live at Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino
12/11 Clearwater, FL Ruth Eckerd Hall
12/13 Austin, TX The Moody Theater
12/14 Dallas, TX The Bomb Factory
12/16 Salt Lake City, UT The Complex – Rockwell
12/18 Los Angeles, CA The Wiltern


Photo Gallery via Ryah Giles:

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