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Doors open at 7pm 21+  **(The venue will be closed from 5:30pm to 7pm to complete soundcheck and prepare the venue for the show) Doors open at 7pm sharp.  Advance hard copy tickets are available in person at Boo Boo Record Store in SLO. Print at home/mobile/will call tickets can be purchased online at Ticketfly.com by clicking: HERE. All tickets are general admission unless otherwise stated. The Siren is a small, intimate club style venue and seating is extremely limited on a first come first served basis after doors open and is dictated by estimated show sales. IT IS NOT A TOTALLY SEATED VENUE. Food is still served during concerts. We appreciate you supporting live music at the Siren!

With a collection of 21 albums it’s no wonder Gary Hoey is listed as one of the top 100 guitarists of all time.  The world renowned rock guitarist’s first break came in 1987 when Ozzy Osbourne liked Hoey’s tape enough to fly him to LA for an audition and encouraging him to move to the West Coast. In 1990 Hoey was signed to Reprise Records with a short lived band called Heavy Bones but followed up in 1993 with a solo album and Gary’s cover of “Hocus Pocus” rocketed into the Billboard’s Top 5 Rock Tracks.  He went on to score the successful “Endless Summer II” soundtrack for New Line Cinema and in 1995 started a trilogy of “Ho!Ho! Hoey,” a collection of instrumental Christmas classics that continues each year in his Rockin Holiday shows.  And in 2013’s “Deja Blues” he came home to the blues.  Gary’s release in 2016, “Dust & Bones,” displayed an exuberant fusion of blues and rock. But whatever style he plays, one thing is certain, Gary Hoey is a fiery, charismatic player who connects with the crowd.

Whether he’s playing scorching originals or classic rock covers, his solos are thrilling and reminiscent of Clapton or Stevie Ray in their fiery youth. One thing that remains consistent is Hoey’s impassioned command of the guitar. He can attack his instrument with feral intensity and then play something very soft and achingly beautiful. This ability to mix feeling, phrasing, technique and tone is the true mark of a master guitarist.