Guitar Center Sessions celebrates 25 years with Ernie Ball/Music Man

El Cajon, CA (May 13, 2009) -- Starting next week, Sterling Ball will be hosting six Guitar Center Sessions across the country with special guests John Petrucci, Steve Morse, Dave Larue, and Steve Lukather. The 25th Anniversary Tour celebrates the 25th anniversary of Ernie Ball taking on the Music Man brand. The artists present will vary by location. These events will be a unique opportunity to hear Ernie Ball/Music Man artists talk about the development of their own signature instruments, watch them play in an intimate environment, and hear Sterling Ball share his insight into the family-owned company. Locations include Chicago, IL; Orlando, FL; Roseville, MI; Santa Clara, CA; Hollywood, CA; and La Mesa, CA.

Here's a complete listing of locations and the artists at each:

May 20, Wed. @ 7:30pm
John Petrucci, Sterling Ball
2633 North Halsted
Chicago, Illinois 60614
Phone: 773-248 2808

May 25, Mon. @ 7pm
Steve Morse, Dave Larue, Sterling Ball
12402 Orange Blossom Trail
Orlando, Florida 32837
Phone: 407-251-6659

May 27, Wed. @ 7pm
Steve Lukather, Steve Morse, Sterling Ball
31940 Gratiot Ave.
Roseville, Michigan 48066
Phone: 586-296-6161

May 29, Fri. @7pm
Steve Lukather, Steve Morse, Sterling Ball
3677 Stevens Creek Blvd.
Santa Clara, California 95051
Phone: 408-249-0455

May 31, Sun. @ 6pm
Steve Lukather, Steve Morse, Sterling Ball
7425 Sunset Blvd.
Hollywood, California 90046
Phone: 323-874-1060

June 2, Tue. @ 7pm
Steve Lukather, Steve Morse, Sterling Ball
8825 Murray Dr.
La Mesa, California 91942
Phone: 619-668-8400

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