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Vince Falzone rocks Camp Pendleton Aug. 14

Free concert for Marines, families and fans

Posted: August 11, 2009 3:55 p.m.
Updated: August 11, 2009 6:29 p.m.
 

Camp Pendleton will host SCV-based rock/pop singer, songwriter and guitarist Vince Falzone with drummer Don Tonic and bassist Matthew Fewtrell this Friday, Aug. 14 at 8 p.m. at Marine Corps Base Bldg. #22174, Camp Pendleton 92055.

The concert is free to attend.

Falzone's band is one of just 150 artists and groups chosen by the Department of Defense to be in a pool of performers who are on call to plays concerts for U.S. troops deployed in the States and around the world.

"Kid Rock and Bret Michaels are on that same list," Falzone said. "It's pretty cool to be able to play overseas for the troops."

Falzone's band hasn't been drafted yet for an out-of-country gig, though, but says he and his bandmates have their passports in order and are ready to go anytime.

Friday's Camp Pendleton performance will be Falzone's first for the military since making the DOD list. 

"It's a three-hour show," he said. "It'll be good preparation for our next one, Sept. 15 at El Segundo Air Force Base."

Falzone and band will showcase songs from his latest album, "Strip of Leather," as well as tunes from his previous eight albums and a few choice covers.



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