Midland, Texas was next on the itinerary for some classic rock! The band left the hotel around 4pm and headed for the venue, the Wagner Noël Performing Arts Center where once again they would rock the house down with Whitesnake/David Coverdale.
Around 8pm, as with every show night, it was time to put on the war paint, (or eyeliner in the case of Marco Mendoza) and head for the stage.
As the lights went down and the thumping bass and guitar chords of ‘Mexico’ started stabbing out, The Dead Daisies took to the stage to a warm welcome. Forty minutes of great guitar riffs, Hammond organs and solid rhythms fronted by John Corabi’s voice was more than enough to convince the Midland crowd that The Dead Daisies mean business.
After the show as has been the way on this tour, a great number of Whitesnake fans lined-up to meet the band and have merchandise signed.
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