The Last Vegas have been a solid driving force of the rock scene for the last decade.
Street tough rhythms, bar sleaze lyrics, and full stack guitar solos paint a picture of raw music blues based, ass shaking good times. Singer Chad Cherry charms and manipulates the audience, while the band picks your pockets with a blue collar, big city gut-punch of honest rock n roll.
Their new album, Sweet Salvation (Culvert / Caroline / UME) is the group’s 6th album to date and was recorded in their hometown at Groovemaster studios (Megadeth, Disturbed) with producer Roy Z (Judas Priest, Sebastian Bach) Z’s direction with “Sweet Salvation” expands on TLV’s signature sound.
TLV show a wide variety of sonic range: glam, blues, acoustic, punk, psychedelic, it’s all in there.
Like every release, “Sweet Salvation” is rife with heavy fuzzed out guitars, filthy solos, and Cherry’s dynamic screaming throat.
The band includes brothers Nathan and Adam Arling, Johnny Wator, Chad Cherry, Danny Smash, and has most recently acquisitioned guitar-gunner, Bryan W into the mix.
The Last Vegas continue to tour heavily around the world in support of Sweet Salvation and have previously toured and shared stages with AC/DC, Guns N Roses, Buckcherry, Alice Cooper, Skid Row, New York Dolls, and played all 29 shows of Motley Crues Saints Of Los Angeles Arena tour in 2009 including a stop at Madison Square Garden.