Wednesday, February 1, 2012

Social Distortion Rocks the Rialto Tonight

Posted By on Wed, Feb 1, 2012 at 12:30 PM

Get ready to rock 'n' roll with frontman Mike Ness and Social Distortion. The four-piece southern Californian band makes its way to Tucson tonight as they tour in support of their latest album, Hard Times and Nursery Rhymes.

The band has been around since 1978—still touring and still impressing fans. Though they faced some ups and downs (like just about anyone in the music business), they have produced a number of albums that resonated with their listeners over the years.

After the Flagstaff concert over the weekend, here's what "C&E M" posted on the Social Distortion website:

This was our first Social D concert, and in our opinion, was the best concert we’ve ever been to. Social D put on an amazing show in an awesome venue. They played all the songs we were hoping to hear and killed them all. Thanks for coming to Flag, Mike and guys, we hope you come back so we can see you again!

For tickets and information, visit the Rialto Theatre website.

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