The incredible Playing For Change band and Bogner Amps joined forces for their show at the iconic Whiskey-A-G-Go on the Sunset strip in Hollywood, CA. Performances by bluesman Keb Mo and The Doors drummer John Densmore rounded out the night. A little trivia - The Doors were the house band at the Whiskey-A-Go-Go in the mid-1960's.

The Playing For Change Foundation and it's 11-piece touring band believe in creating positive change through music and arts education (more info on the PFC website here) Their efforts and music programs have helped hundreds of children, many from impoverished and war torn countries, gain access to musical instruments and arts education. Check out their videos, like this one here, that feature musicians from all around the world coming together for a common cause of bringing joy and hope through music. Music truly transcends language, race, culture and religion. It can bring us all closer, through it's groove and emotion, all without saying a word.

The Whiskey shows entire back line featured Bogner Shivas, Metropolis and Duende amps being played by Louis Mhlanga, Vasti Jackson and Robin Moxey. You'll remember Robin from the Bogner Lafayette video found here. The PFC band features incredibly talented musicians from all around the world and their message is clear - bring peace, respect and understanding through music. And Bogner Amplification is proud to be part of this message and PFC!

Coming soon will be a Bogner video of this performance but until then enjoy some photos of the rehearsal, souncheck and performance by our Creative Director Greg V. (more pics available here) Enjoy!

New video from Breaking Arrows featuring guitarist Daita Ito with his Bogner Ecstasy and 4x12 cabinet. Daita was an original member of the massively successful Japanese rock band Siam Shade. His new band Breaking Arrows have just released their debut album and features the first single and video "Tears Falling Heavy" More Breaking Arrows info here.

Powerful, emotional and raw are just a few words to describe Eric Steckel's guitar prowness. And at 22 years of age he is just getting going. Eric is currently on tour in Europe with his Bogner Ecstasy amp and we have no doubt he's rockin' and stunning every audience. See his website here for tour info - Eric Steckel

Check out the new video from Drown Incus for their song Narrow Path. Hailing from Lucerne, Switzerland Drown Incus is an alternative metal band. Andy, the guitarist, uses a Bogner Uberschall amplifier. Find out more about the band here.

Guitarist Rafael Moreira and Bogner rocks 65,000 during the opening Copa Libertadores Cup Final 2013 between Atletico Mineiro vs Olympia. 

One Bogner Goldfinger: check.
Two Bogner 4x12 cabinets: check.
One Les Paul: check.
65,000 screaming fans: check.
400 million viewers world wide: check.

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