The Canyon - Agoura Hills, 28912 Roadside Drive, Agoura Hills, CA 91301-3304

An ever evolving music community of friends and guests that’s aimed to bring the crowds a true “one of kind” music experience, just like you could have lived as an active music lover & concert goer at the end of the 60’s or early 70’s! After touring as the rhythm section of the jam band Goodfellas (side project of legendary guitarist Steve Lukather), Italian born (but American naturalized producer/writer/bass-player) Fabrizio Grossi (Steve Vai, Steve Lukather, George Clinton & P-Fink, Billy F.Gibbons, Alice Cooper, Joe Bonamassa, Eric Gales etc.) and New York native (but Indiana raised) drumming legend Kenny Aronoff (John Mellencamp, John Fogerty, BB King, Paul McCartney, Dr. John, Smashing Pumpkins , etc.) wanted to continue and expand the Goodfellas concept. Cementing their rhythmic chemistry with lots of live performances, and studio projects featuring recordings with artists such as Leslie West, Joe Bonamassa, Slash, Zakk Wylde , etc., their determination to create something more than just a “session ensemble for hire” grew exponentially. Even though taking on the road such a large flamboyant ensemble of talents, it wasn’t an easy task. Supersonic Blues Machine managed to perform almost exclusively as a headliner in a series of very prestigious Festivals and events around the world. After hosting on stage iconic staple names such as Billy F. Gibbons, Steve Lukather, Jonny Lang, Walter Trout, Lucky Peterson, Robben Ford, Eric Gales, Guitar Shorty, Shemekia Copland , etc., Supersonic Blues Machine entered the studio to finalize its sophomore record, a California teamed monster house titled “Californisoul”. The new found excitement proved the band right, with a successful Tour alongside Billy F. Gibbons, that was immortalized on the band 3rd album “Road Chronicles LIVE” , recorded in Italy, on the last night of the Tour , almost by mistake and without the band’s knowing it. January 16, 2022 Doors 6pm. Music 7pm. Headliner 8:00pm Opening set by The Carry On Band