Guitar World was kind enough to review Todd’s signature Guitar
The “Todd Dammit Kerns Anti-Star VI” By Prestige Guitars.
VIP Photos From the Nashville Show.
June 16, 2017
Original SIN, Las Vegas,NV
VIP Ticket – $25
-Early Entry to the Show
-Meet & Greet Photo
-VIP GIFT: An interactive souvenir
Our sister Cheryl is fighting a terrible fight and we want to do anything we can to help out. Anything made from these one of a kind shirts will go to helping Cheryl then anyone else we can in any way we can.
Artwork by Todd Kerns & Andrew Treadwell
Dammit, Cancer sucks.
To buy your own Dammit CANCER SUCKS shirt, click HERE
Todd Kerns is a multi-instrumentalist, singer, songwriter, and producer. He is most noted for being the bass player and back up singer in “Slash featuring Myles Kennedy and the Conspirators”, and for being the front man of “The Age of Electric”. In more recent years he has been making his mark as a singer- songwriter with his sold out acoustic performances.
While touring the world, playing to sold out audiences, he has had the opportunity to share the stage with some of rocks biggest names, including some of his own personal heroes. Some of those names include, Slash, Lemmy, Alice Cooper, Rick Nielsen, Duff McKagan, Adam Levine, Fergie, Bill Murray, Sammy Hagar, Michael Monroe and Sylvain Sylvain to name a few.
The Age of Electric
-The Ugly EP
-The Lastest Plague
-The Age of Electric
-Make a Pest a Pet
– Re Issued Make a Pest a Pet
Static in Stereo
-Self Titled Album
Sin City Sinners
-Exile on Freemont Street
-Divebar Days Revisited
– Near Life Experience
-Bootleg Confessonal – Live in Las Vegas
Slash featuring Myles Kennedy and the Conspirators
-World on Fire
-Self Titled Album
-Neverending White Lights. Act I: Goodbye Friends of the Heavenly Bodies (guest)
-Crop Circle (Backing vocals)
-The Underground Rebels. Insult to Injury (guest)
-Bif Naked. SuperBeautifulMonster (guest)
-Mathew Good Band. Underdogs. Beautiful Midnight (guest) -Bob Kulick. Skeletons in the Closet (guest vocals)
Todd appears on many more albums this is just a short example list
AOE- This One’s Worth Saving
AOE- Big Shiny Tunes 2
AOE – Much @ Edgefest 1999