The storm, named ‘Hurricane Nita’ by rockologists, has been documented to have shared the stage with an incredible number of musicians: including R&B star Jermaine Jackson, hard-rockers Femme Fatale, tribute act The Iron Maidens, and was last seen destroying municipalities around the world with fellow global threat Alice Cooper.
Experts warn that Hurricane Nita will rain down wanton riffs of destruction via her latest Ibanez JIVA signature guitar and her trusty BOSS GT-1000 amp/effects processor. Stormchasers are advised to pay close attention to Nita’s face-melting technique, as the event will truly be a masterclass for the ages. Detailed weather reports can even confirm that Hurricane Nita will materialise into a corporeal form for a short meet and greet session at the end of the clinic.
Rockology staff forecast the storm is due to pass through three major Australian cities on three separate dates. Thrill-seekers who would like to attend these sessions of devastation can obtain tickets via the links below.
Perth: Sunday February 9 at Mega Music (Tickets: http://bit.ly/2RFF5nS)
Melbourne: Wednesday February 26 at Manny’s Musical Instruments & Pro Audio (http://bit.ly/37O2CsI)
Sydney: Thursday February 27 at The Artist Centre (http://bit.ly/37JjeBw)
Doors for all events open at 6pm, and the clinic runs till 8:30pm. Senior rockologists warn that each clinic will begin at 6:30pm, and no late walk-ins will be allowed.
Catch Nita Strauss performing on tour with Alice Cooper this month.