Sin City Sinners have reportedly played over 2,000 shows in last 12 years

Sin City Sinners have reportedly played over 2,000 shows in last 12 years

Las Vegas, Nevada, USA rockers Sin City Sinners led by band manager Jason Green may be able to lay claim for the most concerts played in the last 12 years as the group has reportedly played more than 2,000 shows since August 27, 2007. That comes down to an average of about 167 shows per year assuming the total count is 2,000 shows.

The following message was posted on Sin City Sinners‘ Facebook page yesterday (with slight edits):

“For 13 years Sin City Sinners #AllStars have been Las Vegas’ #1 brand for real Rock n Roll, even TV & Radio personality Eddie Trunk called The Sinners “The best local based rock experience in Vegas.”

Since August 27th 2007:
*Played over 2000 shows!
*Won “Best Rock Band in Vegas” Award from Las Vegas Review Journal 3 times!
*Won “Best in Vegas” Award from Las Vegas Weekly!
*Won “Best in Vegas” Award from Vegas Rocks Magazine!
*Won The Telly Award for Best Music Video ‘Goin to Vegas’
*Set a world record by performing 24 sets in 24 hours!
*August 27th was named Sin City Sinners Day in Las Vegas by Mayor Carolyn Goodman
*Headlined & held residency’s in every key venue in Las Vegas including Hard Rock Cafe, Hard Rock Hotel, House of Blues, Mandalay Bay, NYNY, Palazzo, Palms, Planet Hollywood, South Point Casino, Station Casinos, Stratosphere, Thomas & Mack Center, & The Venetian to name a few.
*Released 6 CD’s!
*Raised well over 1 Million Dollars for charities including The St Baldrick’s Foundation to fight childhood cancer, The Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, NSPCA (No Kill Animal Shelter), Toys for Tots & more.

*Sin City Sinners have jammed w/ 200+ Celebrity Special Guests many who can be booked to appear with the band including current & former members of AC/DC, Aerosmith, Anthrax, Bang Tango, Bay City Rollers, Black Sabbath, Cinderella, The Cult, Dead Kennedys, Dio, Dokken, Five Finger Death Punch, Foreigner, The Go Go’s, Great White, Guns N’ Roses, Hanoi Rocks, Journey, Judas Priest, KISS, L.A. Guns, Lit, Megadeth, Mötley Crüe, Motörhead, New York Dolls, Night Ranger, No Doubt, Pantera, Quiet Riot, The Runaways, Ratt, Scorpions, Skid Row, Slaughter, Stray Cats, Stryper, Tesla, Theory of a Deadman, Twisted Sister, Van Halen, Velvet Revolver, Warrant, W.A.S.P., Whitesnake, Winger & more.”