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      Waddy Wachtel Band - 8:00pm in Westlake Village

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      September 22, 2019

      Sunday   8:00 PM

      32001 Agoura Road
      Westlake Village, California 91361

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      Waddy Wachtel Band - 8:00pm

      **Tickets purchased on phones or tablets will not be given the option to pick your own seat and will be assigned seats automatically. Please order from a computer or laptop in order to choose your own seats as tickets may not be changed. Two drink minimum purchase required with every ticket.** Sunday | September 22, 2019 | 8:00pm | Music Night at Bogies | Waddy Wachtel Band (tickets $35) GA / $40 seats WADDY WACHTEL is one of the most well-known and respected performers in the music industry. His career as a guitarist, producer and songwriter has spanned many years, and to list all of his credits here would fill the whole page. His complete discography can be found on this web site. From his early beginnings in the L.A. music scene playing with such artists as The Everly Brothers, Linda Ronstadt, James Taylor, Warren Zevon, Randy Newman, Don Henley and Jackson Browne - to playing and writing with Keith Richards in the X-Pensive Winos - to his work as musical director, lead guitarist and vocalist for Stevie Nicks on tour and on her recordings, he's ventured into such creative fields as composing his own songs and writing musical scores for films. PHIL JONES seems to have been born with drum sticks in his hands - he's that comfortable on his throne beating those drum skins. In Phil's earlier years, he played with a band called Crabby Appleton, knocking off some incredible rock songs. More recently, he played on tour with Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers, and is featured on drums and percussion on Tom Petty's album "Full Moon Fever." Phil is also on records by The Rolling Stones, Joe Walsh, Roy Orbison, Bob Dylan and many others. BRETT TUGGLE has been rocking the music world since he first started banging out Beatles and Beach Boys songs on his family's piano as a kid. He went on to play keyboards as a sideman for quite a bevy of various artists, both on their albums and on tours including Steppenwolf, David Lee Roth, Coverdale/Page, Rick Springfield, Chris Isaak, Stevie Nicks, Lindsey Buckingham, Fleetwood Mac and Steven Tyler. Brett is also a great vocalist, guitarist and bass player. JAMIE SAVKO  has been singing with the Waddy Wachtel Band since 2006, amazing not only the fans in the audience with his vocal skills and incredible range, but also stunning guest performers like Joe Walsh, Billy Squier and many others. He has appeared with many bands as a lead singer, both live and on record, always surpassing their expectations. His lead vocals on "Bark at the Moon" for the Ozzy Osbourne tribute album Flying High Again were highly praised. In 2015 he performed as a featured background vocalist on Toto's XIV album. AL ORTIZ has been a great addition to WWB and is an amazing bass player. He has played for many years with Stevie Nicks - both on tour and on her albums. Always keeping busy with his music, he plays with several local bands in his home town in Arizona, then flies in to make the WWB gigs. He's played on many other artist's albums, including the 2014 Nils Lofgren album Face the Music. RON DZUIBLA has become the saxophonist of choice for everyone from Ricky Martin to Duane Eddy – with sessions with Deke Dickerson, Elmore James, Jr. and the soundtrack to Burlesque along the way and has mastered that big Steve Douglas/Jim Horn honk (no wonder Eddy loves him), not to mention that of their predecessors, like Joe Houston, Clifford Scott, and Chuck Higgins. On the aptly titled “PCH Hit And Run,” sounding like a race winding down the Pacific Coast Highway (at night), he enlists Martin’s musical director, David Cabrera, whose fleet-fingered guitar perfectly complements Ron’s tenor/ baritone harmonized sustain. Also from Martin’s band, R.J. Ronquillo shows an obvious debt to Peter Green on “Shakedown Sunset Boulevard,” a stroll sort of like “Rumble” on its side.  

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