The current tour features guest Barry Mitterhof performing on the banjo, ukulele, and mandolins. They’ll be playing classics and songs from their new album, Steady As She Goes.
“Rock and roll volume is important, but acoustic shows evoke the audience into a physical interaction,” Kaukonen says.
Hot Tuna hits the stage July 25 at 7:30 pm. at Mesa Arts Center. Tickets start at $41.50. For more information, visit mesaartscenter.com.
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