Broadcast Of 2011 Live Performances From The Legendary Sturgis Buffalo Chip Begin This Sunday March 4th on HDNet

Rod Woodruff, president of The Legendary Sturgis Buffalo Chip announced the premiere broadcast dates for 4 live concert performances recorded in high definition during the 2011 Sturgis Motorcycle Rally Called the Sturgis concert series at the Sturgis Buffalo Chip.  The shows will be broadcast in high definition on HDnet.  The first, the LIVE concert performance of George Thorogood & The Destroyers, is scheduled for broadcast this Sunday, March 4th at 8:00pm.  The other three live concerts are scheduled for the following three Sundays in March.

Thorogood helped celebrate the Chip’s 30th anniversary by performing all of his hits, including “Bad to the Bone”, “I Drink Alone” and instant classics from his latest album 2120 Michigan Avenue.  “George is one of rock ‘n rolls greatest live performers. Put him in front of thousands of roaring motorcycles, tens of thousands of his biggest fans, add a few cold beers and, well, it’s just the best party anywhere”, explains executive producer Rod Woodruff, also the Sturgis Buffalo Chip’s President and CEO. Other shows will feature concerts by Gregg Allman, Jeff Bridges and Stevie Nicks with John Fogerty, acts who joined the 2011 concert lineup that included Def Leppard, Toby Keith, Poison, Alice Cooper and dozens more.  The Buffalo Chip’s annual music festival has already announced The Zac Brown Band, Boston and Sugarland as part of its 2012 musical lineup.  More information is available at Buffalo Chip or at 605.347.9000.

3 Responses to “Broadcast Of 2011 Live Performances From The Legendary Sturgis Buffalo Chip Begin This Sunday March 4th on HDNet”

  1. 1 JES Mar 2nd, 2012 at 9:02 am

    Wow, aging rockers for an aging crowd, sounds like a perfect fit!

  2. 2 Greeko Mar 2nd, 2012 at 10:32 am

    “Bad To The Bone”. Most overplayed, overused song!

  3. 3 Rogue Mar 3rd, 2012 at 7:46 am

    I did attend some of the shows at the “CHIP” with friends and had a good time.
    Yea Ok I am one of the older guys LOL But a lot of my friends are not and they enjoyed it as well.
    I would like to see Charlie Brechtel who is the house band get more exposure and recognition.
    He plays music about Bikers for Bikers and you can find out more about him at his website He will also be performing in Daytona Beach during Bike Week. For those who would like to see and or meet him.

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