Gallery

Rocking a capacity crowd in Chicago...
Photo: Brad Ford

The crowd began to do the electric slide when we played Life in the Fastlane. Whodathunk.
Photo: Jeremy Lucero

Entertaining the "Flying Eagles" of Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, Prescott Arizona.
Photo: Jed Clifford

Berto Z rocks a record crowd in Las Vegas.
Photo: Adam Smith

Sportin' his Stetson that night, Chris pours all 10 gallons into Rocky Mountain Way.
Photo: Jeremy Lucero

Gary Richardi shreds on our midwest tour.
Photo: Brad Ford

The Long Run plays their namesake song to a high-energy Illinois crowd.
Photo: Brad Ford

The Long Run plays Lyin' Eyes for a great crowd in Westlake, California
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A Berto's eye view of the stage at full throttle.
Photo: Jeremy Lucero

Chris Varosy sets the mood with Those Shoes in Arizona
Photo: Jed Clifford

Gary Hagen wields the double-neck guitar, left, while Jim Wootten walks the bass line on Hotel California.
Photo: Jeremy Lucero

Nothing like the sound of 8,000 people singing the chorus of Hotel California...
Photo: Brad Ford

Gary Grantham lays it down on the tamborine for Funk #49.
Photo: Jeremy Lucero

Gary Hagen plays the double-neck guitar at the Canyon Club in Agoura Hills, California.
Photo: Andrew Inesi

Getting the sound dialed in at the Big Bear Discovery Center.
Photo: Chris Varosy

Fremont Street Experience, New Year's Eve in Las Vegas.
Photo: Jeremy Lucero

The legendary Don Felder (center) with Jim Wootten and Gary Grantham.
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Berto's kick drum thundered as they turned on the mains.
Photo: Chris Varosy

Berto Z bangs the drums at a private party in Orange County, CA
Photo: Jeremy Lucero

Left: Jim Wootten soundchecks in Edmonton, Canada. Right: Gary Grantham and Gary Hagen harmonize in Las Vegas.
Photo: April Bielefeldt

An encore of Heartache Tonight brings the crowd to their feet out east.
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Manhattan Beach residents turned out in droves to see Gary Hagen and the boys sing it sweetly in California.
Photo: Chris Varosy

Best of My Love, Ol' 55, Tequila Sunrise... songs woven around the sweet pedal steel.
Photo: Jeremy Lucero

Gary Richardi and Gary Hagen trade solos in Las Vegas.
Photo: April Bielefeldt

We made about 5,000 friends in Los Gatos, California
Photo: Chris Penne

Top of the show and the band comes out cookin'.
Photo: April Bielefeldt

Gary Grantham tests way too much guitar equipment in Big Bear, California.
Photo: Chris Varosy

Berto Z with Dan Murdy from Fandango & Fortunate Son at a soundcheck on the American Rock and Roll tour.
Photo: Chris Varosy

Another attendance record at Universal Citywalk in Los Angeles
Photo: Janett Richardi

Berto gives the go-ahead to rock at a soundcheck in Rancho Cucamonga, California
Photo: Chris Varosy