Uriah Heep

Thu Apr 19 2018

8:00 PM (Doors 6:00 PM)

The Coach House

33157 Camino Capistrano, Suite C San Juan Capistrano, CA 92675

$35.00

All Ages

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Mick Box: Guitars, Vocals
Phil Lanzon: Keyboards, Vocals
Bernie Shaw: Lead Singer
Russell Gilbrook: Drums, Vocals
Dave Rimmer: Bass, Vocals

Uriah Heep, one of the pivotal hard rock groups to emerge from England in the
late 1960s returns with Outsider, its 24th studio album, and the first since 2011’s critically acclaimed Into the Wild album. Outsider will be released on June 6th in Europe, June 9th in the UK and June10th in North America on Frontiers Records.
“We are very proud of our history” says founder/guitarist Mick Box, “but it is
equally important to keep producing new material. This new album, Outsider, is very
much a rock album in true 'Heep' style. It shows that we still have the same passion and energy for our music that we have always had.”

From the opening chords of the album’s hard driving rocker, “Speed of Sound”,
to the more introspective closer, “Say Goodbye”, Outsider proves that Uriah Heep has
remained a musical powerhouse, and one that can effectively balance its legendary sound with a distinctly contemporary approach. The record, which was produced by Mike Paxman (Asia, Status Quo), also introduces bassist Dave Rimmer, who joined the band last summer after the untimely death of long time member, Trevor Bolder.
Says Box of his late friend, Bolder: “We lost a world class bass player, singer,
songwriter and friend. While Trevor was ill, he wanted us to continue working, so we
used a bass player called Dave Rimmer, who Trevor approved of. It was only natural that Dave carried on with the band.”

After major tours of Europe, Scandinavia, Russia and South America, upon the
release of Outsider, Uriah Heep will launch a world tour that will take in many continents as the band promotes the new album to an eager international audience.
Formed in London in 1969 by guitarist Mick Box and late singer David Byron as
“Spice”, the group evolved into Uriah Heep (the name was taken from a character in
Charles Dickens’ novel David Copperfield) when they began conceptualizing the first
record. The album Very ‘eavy, Very ‘umble, launched the band’s distinct sound in 1970, one that was built around layered harmony vocals, swirling keyboards, and heavy guitar riffs. Current lead singer Bernie Shaw and keyboardist Phil Lanzon have been ever present since the mid 1980s, and drummer Russell Gilbrook joined Uriah Heep in 2007.

The band's repertoire features hits over five decades from the 70s through to the
present day including tracks such as; “Gypsy”, “ Easy Livin'”, “July Morning”, “Look At
Yourself”, “Stealin’” and “Lady in Black”, which went to #1 in Germany on three
different occasions, and once stayed at #1 for 6 months. They have gone on to sell 40million records, and have toured globally for 5 decades, visiting no less than 56 countries, headlining numerous festivals and arena tours, including being the first western rockband to play Russia, in 1987. Founder Mick Box has remained throughout.

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    URIAH HEEP is:
    Mick Box: Guitars, Vocals
    Phil Lanzon: Keyboards, Vocals
    Bernie Shaw: Lead Singer
    Russell Gilbrook: Drums, Vocals
    Dave Rimmer: Bass, Vocals
    Uriah Heep, one of the pivotal hard rock groups to emerge from England in the
    late 1960s returns with Outsider, its 24th studio album, and the first since 2011’s critically
    acclaimed Into the Wild album. Outsider will be released on June 6th in Europe, June 9th
    in the UK and June10th in North America on Frontiers Records.
    “We are very proud of our history” says founder/guitarist Mick Box, “but it is
    equally important to keep producing new material. This new album, Outsider, is very
    much a rock album in true 'Heep' style. It shows that we still have the same passion and
    energy for our music that we have always had.”
    From the opening chords of the album’s hard driving rocker, “Speed of Sound”,
    to the more introspective closer, “Say Goodbye”, Outsider proves that Uriah Heep has
    remained a musical powerhouse, and one that can effectively balance its legendary sound
    with a distinctly contemporary approach. The record, which was produced by Mike
    Paxman (Asia, Status Quo), also introduces bassist Dave Rimmer, who joined the band
    last summer after the untimely death of long time member, Trevor Bolder.
    Says Box of his late friend, Bolder: “We lost a world class bass player, singer,
    songwriter and friend. While Trevor was ill, he wanted us to continue working, so we
    used a bass player called Dave Rimmer, who Trevor approved of. It was only natural that
    Dave carried on with the band.”
    After major tours of Europe, Scandinavia, Russia and South America, upon the
    release of Outsider, Uriah Heep will launch a world tour that will take in many continents
    as the band promotes the new album to an eager international audience.
    Formed in London in 1969 by guitarist Mick Box and late singer David Byron as
    “Spice”, the group evolved into Uriah Heep (the name was taken from a character in
    Charles Dickens’ novel David Copperfield) when they began conceptualizing the first
    record. The album Very ‘eavy, Very ‘umble, launched the band’s distinct sound in 1970,
    one that was built around layered harmony vocals, swirling keyboards, and heavy guitar
    riffs. Current lead singer Bernie Shaw and keyboardist Phil Lanzon have been ever
    present since the mid 1980s, and drummer Russell Gilbrook joined Uriah Heep in 2007.
    The band's repertoire features hits over five decades from the 70s through to the
    present day including tracks such as; “Gypsy”, “ Easy Livin'”, “July Morning”, “Look At
    Yourself”, “Stealin’” and “Lady in Black”, which went to #1 in Germany on three
    different occasions, and once stayed at #1 for 6 months. They have gone on to sell 40
    million records, and have toured globally for 5 decades, visiting no less than 56 countries,
    headlining numerous festivals and arena tours, including being the first western rock
    band to play Russia, in 1987. Founder Mick Box has remained throughout.
    Track listing for Outsider:
    Speed Of Sound, One Minute, The Law, The Outsider, Rock The Foundation, Is Anybody
    Gonna Help Me?, Looking At You, Can't Take That Away, Jessie, Kiss The Rainbow, Say
    Goodbye
    Order URIAH HEEP- the Outsider at:
    http://www.smarturl.it/heepoutsideramazon
    For all things URIAH HEEP, please visit: www.uriah-heep.com
    Follow URIAH HEEP on Twitter: @uriah_heep
    Follow URIAH HEEP on Facebook: www.facebook.com/uriahheepofficial

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Dinner reservations get you reserved priority seating for the entire evening that is in front of general admission seating and closer to the stage. There is no additional cost to make a dinner reservation but you are required to purchase a minimum of $15 in dinner the night of the show EXCLUDING DRINKS with your food server. Dinner reservations require you arrive no later than 1 hour after the doors open. To make a dinner reservation please call 949-496-8930.

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Uriah Heep

Thu Apr 19 2018 8:00 PM

(Doors 6:00 PM)

The Coach House San Juan Capistrano CA
Uriah Heep

$35.00 All Ages

Mick Box: Guitars, Vocals
Phil Lanzon: Keyboards, Vocals
Bernie Shaw: Lead Singer
Russell Gilbrook: Drums, Vocals
Dave Rimmer: Bass, Vocals

Uriah Heep, one of the pivotal hard rock groups to emerge from England in the
late 1960s returns with Outsider, its 24th studio album, and the first since 2011’s critically acclaimed Into the Wild album. Outsider will be released on June 6th in Europe, June 9th in the UK and June10th in North America on Frontiers Records.
“We are very proud of our history” says founder/guitarist Mick Box, “but it is
equally important to keep producing new material. This new album, Outsider, is very
much a rock album in true 'Heep' style. It shows that we still have the same passion and energy for our music that we have always had.”

From the opening chords of the album’s hard driving rocker, “Speed of Sound”,
to the more introspective closer, “Say Goodbye”, Outsider proves that Uriah Heep has
remained a musical powerhouse, and one that can effectively balance its legendary sound with a distinctly contemporary approach. The record, which was produced by Mike Paxman (Asia, Status Quo), also introduces bassist Dave Rimmer, who joined the band last summer after the untimely death of long time member, Trevor Bolder.
Says Box of his late friend, Bolder: “We lost a world class bass player, singer,
songwriter and friend. While Trevor was ill, he wanted us to continue working, so we
used a bass player called Dave Rimmer, who Trevor approved of. It was only natural that Dave carried on with the band.”

After major tours of Europe, Scandinavia, Russia and South America, upon the
release of Outsider, Uriah Heep will launch a world tour that will take in many continents as the band promotes the new album to an eager international audience.
Formed in London in 1969 by guitarist Mick Box and late singer David Byron as
“Spice”, the group evolved into Uriah Heep (the name was taken from a character in
Charles Dickens’ novel David Copperfield) when they began conceptualizing the first
record. The album Very ‘eavy, Very ‘umble, launched the band’s distinct sound in 1970, one that was built around layered harmony vocals, swirling keyboards, and heavy guitar riffs. Current lead singer Bernie Shaw and keyboardist Phil Lanzon have been ever present since the mid 1980s, and drummer Russell Gilbrook joined Uriah Heep in 2007.

The band's repertoire features hits over five decades from the 70s through to the
present day including tracks such as; “Gypsy”, “ Easy Livin'”, “July Morning”, “Look At
Yourself”, “Stealin’” and “Lady in Black”, which went to #1 in Germany on three
different occasions, and once stayed at #1 for 6 months. They have gone on to sell 40million records, and have toured globally for 5 decades, visiting no less than 56 countries, headlining numerous festivals and arena tours, including being the first western rockband to play Russia, in 1987. Founder Mick Box has remained throughout.

Uriah Heep

Uriah Heep

Pop

URIAH HEEP is:
Mick Box: Guitars, Vocals
Phil Lanzon: Keyboards, Vocals
Bernie Shaw: Lead Singer
Russell Gilbrook: Drums, Vocals
Dave Rimmer: Bass, Vocals
Uriah Heep, one of the pivotal hard rock groups to emerge from England in the
late 1960s returns with Outsider, its 24th studio album, and the first since 2011’s critically
acclaimed Into the Wild album. Outsider will be released on June 6th in Europe, June 9th
in the UK and June10th in North America on Frontiers Records.
“We are very proud of our history” says founder/guitarist Mick Box, “but it is
equally important to keep producing new material. This new album, Outsider, is very
much a rock album in true 'Heep' style. It shows that we still have the same passion and
energy for our music that we have always had.”
From the opening chords of the album’s hard driving rocker, “Speed of Sound”,
to the more introspective closer, “Say Goodbye”, Outsider proves that Uriah Heep has
remained a musical powerhouse, and one that can effectively balance its legendary sound
with a distinctly contemporary approach. The record, which was produced by Mike
Paxman (Asia, Status Quo), also introduces bassist Dave Rimmer, who joined the band
last summer after the untimely death of long time member, Trevor Bolder.
Says Box of his late friend, Bolder: “We lost a world class bass player, singer,
songwriter and friend. While Trevor was ill, he wanted us to continue working, so we
used a bass player called Dave Rimmer, who Trevor approved of. It was only natural that
Dave carried on with the band.”
After major tours of Europe, Scandinavia, Russia and South America, upon the
release of Outsider, Uriah Heep will launch a world tour that will take in many continents
as the band promotes the new album to an eager international audience.
Formed in London in 1969 by guitarist Mick Box and late singer David Byron as
“Spice”, the group evolved into Uriah Heep (the name was taken from a character in
Charles Dickens’ novel David Copperfield) when they began conceptualizing the first
record. The album Very ‘eavy, Very ‘umble, launched the band’s distinct sound in 1970,
one that was built around layered harmony vocals, swirling keyboards, and heavy guitar
riffs. Current lead singer Bernie Shaw and keyboardist Phil Lanzon have been ever
present since the mid 1980s, and drummer Russell Gilbrook joined Uriah Heep in 2007.
The band's repertoire features hits over five decades from the 70s through to the
present day including tracks such as; “Gypsy”, “ Easy Livin'”, “July Morning”, “Look At
Yourself”, “Stealin’” and “Lady in Black”, which went to #1 in Germany on three
different occasions, and once stayed at #1 for 6 months. They have gone on to sell 40
million records, and have toured globally for 5 decades, visiting no less than 56 countries,
headlining numerous festivals and arena tours, including being the first western rock
band to play Russia, in 1987. Founder Mick Box has remained throughout.
Track listing for Outsider:
Speed Of Sound, One Minute, The Law, The Outsider, Rock The Foundation, Is Anybody
Gonna Help Me?, Looking At You, Can't Take That Away, Jessie, Kiss The Rainbow, Say
Goodbye
Order URIAH HEEP- the Outsider at:
http://www.smarturl.it/heepoutsideramazon
For all things URIAH HEEP, please visit: www.uriah-heep.com
Follow URIAH HEEP on Twitter: @uriah_heep
Follow URIAH HEEP on Facebook: www.facebook.com/uriahheepofficial

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All Ages
limit 10 per person
General Admission
$35.00

Delivery Method

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Will Call

Terms & Conditions

There is a Two Drink Minimum per person unless you have made a Dinner Reservation.

Dinner reservations get you reserved priority seating for the entire evening that is in front of general admission seating and closer to the stage. There is no additional cost to make a dinner reservation but you are required to purchase a minimum of $15 in dinner the night of the show EXCLUDING DRINKS with your food server. Dinner reservations require you arrive no later than 1 hour after the doors open. To make a dinner reservation please call 949-496-8930.

ALL SALES ARE: FINAL, NON REFUNDABLE, NON EXCHANGEABLE