Y&T To Perform Entire 'Earthshaker', 'In Rock We Trust' Albums In San Francisco

Northern California rockers Y&T will celebrate the reissues of "Earthshaker" (1981) and "In Rock We Trust" (1984) by performing both albums in their entirety on March 17 at the Independent in San Francisco.

Re-released last month, "Earthshaker" "was carefully digitally re-mastered in November 2006 at a high sampling rate taken directly from the 1/2" analog master tape. This new CD captures the sounds of the original mixes like no other version available." Also reissued in January, "In Rock We Trust" was "carefully digitally re-mastered in November 2006 at a high sampling rate taken directly from the digital master tape," according to a posting on the band's site. "This new CD sounds clear and open like no other version previously available. Along with the original songs, there is an additional bonus track of the rarely heard studio recording of 'Go for the Throat'."

Upcoming Y&T shows:

Mar. 17 - San Francisco, CA @ The Independent
Apr. 26 - San Diego, CA @ Brick By Brick
Apr. 27 - Tarzana, CA @ Paladino's
Apr. 28 - Santa Ana, CA @ Galaxy Theatre
May 17 - Oudenaarde, Belgium @ Evenementenhal De Qubus
May 18 - Amsterdam, The Netherlands @ Melkweg
May 19 - Hellendoorn, The Netherlands @ Hellendoorn Festival (w/ DEEP PURPLE)
May 22 - Augsburg, Germany @ Rockfabrik Augsburg
May 23 - Biberist, Switzerland @ RockPalast
May 25 - Cermenate, Italy @ Black Horse Pub
May 26 - S. Damaso, Italy @ People Of Art


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