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Winery Dogs’ Richie Kotzen: Third Time’s a Charm

The veteran rocker and Poison alum is back with III, the new album from his power trio the Winery Dogs.

There is something about a power trio that just feels right. From Emerson, Lake & Palmer to Cream to Rush to Triumph and beyond, the power of three captures the pure bliss of rock ’n’ roll like nothing else can.  

The Winery Dogs are a power trio of pure power and majesty. Comprised of drummer Mike Portnoy (Dream Theater, Adrenaline Mob), bass man Billy Sheehan (Mr. Big, David Lee Roth) and guitarist/vocalist Richie Kotzen (Poison, and an extensive solo career), the band is back after a seven-year break with its third album, the aptly titled III caught up with Richie Kotzen in Los Angeles to discuss the beauty of the power trio, his early days in Poison and The Winery Dogs’ welcome return. What were the first rock albums you bought? 

Richie Kotzen: I had to trick my grandmother into buying rock albums for me. I convinced her to buy me the KISS Alive! album. Twice! The album came with tattoos. I had her buy it for me, and once the tattoos wore off I had her buy it for me again.  

What brought The Winery Dogs back together after seven years? 

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