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Sat 22nd Sep at 7:30pm
Marshall 50 Years of Loud Live
@ The SSE Arena, Wembley, London
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Marshall 50 Years of Loud Live: Doug Aldrich + Billy Duffy + Paul Gilbert + Yngwie Malmsteen + Nicko McBrain + Joe Satriani + Corey Taylor + Brian Tichy + Zakk Wylde + Al Murray
Iconic British brand Marshall, the world's most famous and revolutionary amp producer, celebrates its Golden Anniversary year cementing its place in musical history. To celebrate 50 legendary years of musical innovation, Marshall is taking over Wembley Arena for a full on rock 'n' roll riot on Saturday 22nd September.
Developed by Marshall to allow fans to celebrate this landmark occasion, the lineup for the event reads like a who's who from the rock and metal Hall of Fame. Working alongside company and family friend, Iron Maiden drummer Nicko McBrain, the Marshall team is bringing together the biggest rock gods on the planet!
Assisted by Al Murray, Nicko will compère the event and will be joined by the world's most legendary guitarists, acclaimed musicians and Marshall enthusiasts including multiple Grammy nominee and Chickenfoot supergroup founder Joe Satriani, Ozzy Osbourne collaborator and founder of Black Label Society Zakk Wylde, technical wizard and one of the greatest shred guitarists of all time, Mr Big's Paul Gilbert, Whitesnake's Doug Aldrich and Brian Tichy, Swedish virtuoso Yngwie Malmsteen, The Cult's Billy Duffy and Slipknot/Stone Sour frontman Corey Taylor.
There are more big names to be announced!
This event takes place at The SSE Arena, Wembley, which has achieved Bronze Status for disabled access from Attitude Is Everything.
Paul Gilbert, is recognised as brilliant guitar player – both as soloist and within the bands he is best known by. Gilbert first became known for his work with Racer X and went on to platinum success with Mr. Big.
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Swedish-born guitar virtuoso who was the originator of the high-speed, technically precise, neo-classical style that developed during the 80s.
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Modern-day guitar maestro, whose crushing riffs and legendary solos have granted him god-like genius status amongst axe-wielders worldwide. He is universally hailed as the most technically accomplished and respected guitar player in the history of rock music.
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One of metal's modern heroes, Corey Taylor is the Slipknot and Stone Sour frontman. Following the release of his acclaimed book Seven Deadly Sins, and a one-off address at the Oxford Union, Corey has emerged as one of rock's most engaging ambassadors.
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Once a humble publican, the multi-award winning Al Murray – The Pub Landlord - has risen to the honourable position of British comedy royalty, following the continuing success of his hit prime time ITV1 show Happy Hour and A Second Audience With Al Murray The Pub Landlord (ITV1).
'A national treasure' (The Daily Telegraph)
'Al Murray has become a bona fide British institution' (The Independent)
'Murray's interaction with the crowd remains one of the wonders of the comedy world' (The Times).
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Venue: The SSE Arena, Wembley
Disabled Access: Bronze Status
Bookings: 0844 815 0815
Disabled Bookings: 020 8782 5629
→ Wembley Stadium 6 min walk
→ Wembley Park 8 min walk