Litchfield Park trio heads back to Irish Wolfhound

Posted 7/8/20

Copper Sunrise is getting back to West Valley gigs in July.

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Litchfield Park trio heads back to Irish Wolfhound


Copper Sunrise, a Litchfield Park-based trio with more than 450 songs in a cover repertoire that spans from The Allman Brothers to OutKast, is getting back to West Valley gigs in July

Under normal conditions the guys play around eight gigs a month in Surprise, Avondale, Goodyear, and Litchfield home base.

This month, the trio returns to a regular location, with a Sunday show at the Irish Wolfhound, 16811 N. Litchfield Road, Suite 102, at 3 p.m. July 19.

Copper Sunrise is Greg Drejza (guitar, vocals), Keith Weaver (drums) and Mike Wehner (bass).

The band counts Eric Clapton, Dave Mason, Peter Gabriel, The Beatles and The Dave Clark Five among its influences.

The show is scheduled to go until 7 p.m.