Roadcase Royale, featuring Rock and Roll Hall-of-Famer Nancy Wilson of Heart and Liv Warfield of Prince’s New Power Generation, are blazing through Southern California this week with three shows — tonight (May 31) at the Coach House in San Juan Capistrano, Thursday (June 1) at the Canyon Club in Agoura Hills, and Friday (June 2) at the Rose in Pasadena.
The rock and R&B-influenced group a second single called "Not Giving Up" earlier this month. The politically charged song is a followup to the band's debut single, "Get Loud," which debuted at the January 21st Women’s March in Washington DC.
Joining Wilson and Warfield in Roadcase Royale are Warfield’s lead guitarist and musical director Ryan Waters, along with Heart players Dan Rothchild (bass), Ben Smith (drums) and Chris Joyner (keyboards).
Nancy Wilson talks about the formation of the band, the songs, the chemistry, this week's shows, future plans, as well as Heart, getting inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame, and the passing of friend and Seattle musical family member Chris Cornell in a brand new interview on VintageRock.com.