Adelitas Way are streaming a new song titled “Still Hungry.” You can check that out below:
On another note, the band also currently have the following dates booked:
04/07 Flint, MI – Machine Shop
04/08 Cincinnati, OH – Blue Note
04/09 Nashville, TN – The Cowan
04/10 Little Rock, AR – Revolution Music Room
04/12 Houston, TX – Scout Bar
04/13 Austin, TX – Come and Take It Live
04/14 Lubbock, TX – Jakes
04/15 San Antonio, TX – Paper Tiger
04/16 The Colony, TX – Lava
04/17 Amarillo, TX – XR Downtown
04/19 Albuquerque, NM – Launchpad
04/21 Las Vegas, NV – Las Rageous
05/25 Tulsa, OK – Rocklahoma
07/13 Oshkosh, WI – Rock USA
07/14 Cadott, WI – Rockfest
Last night (December 14) I attended the Adelitas Way, Joyous Wolf, Of Limbo, and Down North concert at The Ritz in San Jose, CA, and it was a great concert.
Down North opened the night with a soulful set. The band essentially sounded like a punk group with James Brown on vocals. It’s an interesting combination, but it totally works, and those who watched them were not disappointed.
Of Limbo took the stage next for a killer performance. The group had more of a ’90’s grunge vibe, and knew how to put on a sick show. It was heavy and energetic, and felt like a party before they were finished. A highlight from their set was when they played their track “L.G.F.U.”
After Of Limbo it was time for Joyous Wolf. The So Cal rockers, who were one of the stongest acts of the night, had a bluesy sound mixed with a bit of heaviness, similar to acts like Rival Sons. Between frontman Nick Reese’s insane amount of enrgy and his backing band’s musicianship, the performance was solid on all fronts. If you ever have a chance to see them, it would definitely be worth your while. A highlight from their set was when they played their track “Mountain Man”.
Then it was time for the headliners of the evening, Adelitas Way. The modern hard rock act put on an awesome show full of hits from various albums in their catalog, even a couple of slower ones that were played during a mini acoustic set in the middle of their performance. Frontman Rick DeJesus’s vocals and stage bantar were on point all night, and he seemed to have a good time onstage as well, which is always cool to see. It has been five years since I last saw them, and they have only gotten better with time. Highlights from their set included “Sick” and “Invincible.”
Adelitas Way have premiered a new video for the title track of their latest album “Notorious.” Check it out below:
Adelitas Way have premiered a new song titled “Tell Me.” Check it out below:
Adelitas Way premiered a lyric video for their latest single “Ready For War (Pray For Peace),” via Loudwire. Check it out below:
Rick DeJesus said the following:
“‘Ready for War (Pray for Peace)’ is the state of mind that our soldiers, our officers, and even as a father who must protect a household that their family is in. I want love and peace in this world, but we must be prepared to protect what is ours from the evil that doesn’t want a world of love and peace. That’s what we’re trying to convey with this song and video.”
Adelitas Way are streaming a new song titled “Ready For War (Pray For Peace),” via Apple Music and Spotify. If you don’t have those services, you can check out an unofficial stream below:
Adelitas Way are streaming their new album, “Getaway,” in its entirety, via Loudwire. The effort will officially be released tomorrow (February 26).