Phil X & THE DRILLS @ Rock The Midway

Rock The Midway With Staub!

Join the Staub team on Wednesday, September 5, 2018 for a night of food, fun, surprise live music guests, networking and an amazing venue aboard the USS Midway Museum in San Diego, CA
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We are extremely excited to announce that we will be hosting our 2018 CEDIA event aboard the USS Midway, a 971 foot Aircraft Carrier, in the bay of San Diego. If that wasn’t exciting enough, our entertainment for this year… PHIL X & THE DRILLS, the same Phil X who is lead guitarist and an official member of a little rock band by the name Bon Jovi. He will be joined by friends and fellow musicians, Brent Fitzon on drums and Daniel Spree on bass.
Come hang out with our team, meet our vendors and kickoff CEDIA with your fellow Canadians. Please note that this event is only open to Staub Canadian Dealers.
Live, World-Class Band!
Phil X – Lead Guitar and Vocals
One of the most recorded guitar players in the last decade, Los Angeles based session ace Phil X is considered the “best of the best” in the industry. Born and  raised in Canada, Phil X boasts an impressive session resume. Most notably he is recognized as an official member of Bon Jovi, regularly touring with the band and the guitarist on Bon Jovi’s 13th studio album, “This House is Not For Sale”
Brent Fitz – Drums
Brent Fitz is a Canadian / American musician and multi-instrumentalist. In his career, he has worked with Slash, Myles Kennedy, Theory of a Deadman,- Alice Cooper, Vince Neil,Union, Gene Simmons, The Guess Who,Brad Whitford from Aerosmith, Derek St. Holmes, Ronnie Montrose, Indigenous, Lamya, Streetheart, Harlequin, Sass Jordan, and Econoline Crush.
Daniel Spree – Bass
Daniel Spree adds his bass magic and vocal harmonies to THE DRILLS.  Dan is LA’s best kept secret as one of the most versatile and musically inventive bassists around, playing on almost every movie trailer you’ve ever heard not to mention being the first call of many top producers in the city.
About The USS Midway
The USS Midway was the longest-serving aircraft carrier in the 20th century. Named after the climatic Battle of Midway of June 1942, Midway was built in only 17 months, but missed World War II by one week when commissioned on September 10, 1945. Midway was the first in a three-ship class of large carriers that featured an armored flight deck and a powerful air group of 120 planes.
From the beginning of its service, the Midway played key roles in the Cold War. The Midway also served with the Atlantic Fleet for ten years, making seven deployments to European waters, patrolling “the soft underbelly” of NATO. Midway’s first combat deployment came in 1965 flying strikes against North Vietnam. Over a chaotic two day period during the fall of Saigon in April 1975, Midway was a floating base for large Air Force helicopters which evacuated more than 3,000 desperate refugees during Operation Frequent Wind.
On April 11, 1992 the Midway was decommissioned in San Diego and remained in storage in Bremerton, Washington until 2003 when it was donated to the 501(c)3 nonprofit San Diego Aircraft Carrier Museum organization. It opened as the USS Midway Museum in June 2004.
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Limited invitations are available, so please RSVP before August 27, 2018. Invites are only open to Staub Canadian Dealers.