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JOE SATRIANI Set to Play Exclusive Club Dates

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New York, Chicago, Los Angeles and San Francisco Among The Tour Stops

LOS ANGELES, July 12 /PRNewswire/ -- For over 20 years, guitar virtuoso JOE SATRIANI has amazed and entertained the masses with his unique mastery of the electric guitar. Now, Joe is set to reinvigorate the long-time faithful and energize a new crop of fans with several exclusive performance dates showcasing his breakthrough album, Surfing with the Alien. Among the intimate stops are the Gramercy Theatre in New York, The House of Blues in Chicago and The Roxy Theatre in Los Angeles. But perhaps the most exclusive date will take place in San Francisco at Hyde Street Studio where just 40 contest winners will be witness to Joe playing at the very studio where Surfing was recorded. Tickets will go on sale this Sunday, July 15th at 10:00 am (local time) exclusively through Satriani.com and is being offered at a special, low price of $35 per ticket (plus any applicable facility fees and ticket service charges per venue). For all information and to purchase tickets, fans must go to Satriani.com.

Surfing with the Alien was the album that ignited JOE SATRIANI's career as a solo performer. The acclaimed guitarist's second full-length release, Surfing with the Alien, was originally issued in October 1987 on Relativity Records. It became a left-field bestseller that reached No. 29 on the Billboard Top 200 and was certified Platinum for US sales of over one million copies. It was the first rock guitar instrumental album to reach Billboard's Top 200 Album Chart. It includes the charting hits "Satch Boogie" and "Surfing With The Alien", plus the Grammy-nominated "Always With Me, Always With You".

On August 7, 2007, Epic/Legacy Recordings will celebrate the 20th anniversary of this groundbreaking album with the release of a newly expanded edition of Surfing with the Alien. This meticulously restored two-disc set includes the newly remastered album and a previously never-before-seen live show filmed at the Montreux Jazz Festival in 1988. It will also feature new liner notes written by Joe and special deluxe packaging featuring photos, notes and other memorabilia from Joe's personal archive.

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his guitar playing is so 80s that I wouldn't even pay 5euros to watch it. He played here last week and I was not there. Sorry fans...

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his guitar playing is so 80s that I wouldn't even pay 5euros to watch it. He played here last week and I was not there. Sorry fans...

Im saluting his career

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