Guns N Roses openers head home after rocking Tel Aviv
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Guns N Roses openers head home after rocking Tel Aviv

Tyler Bryant & The Shakedown flies back to the US following two months touring Europe

Jessica Steinberg covers the Sabra scene from south to north and back to the center.

Caleb Crosby (left) and Tyler Bryant, drummer and lead singer of Tyler Bryant & The Shakedown heading home after their Tel Aviv show opening for Guns N Roses on July 15, 2017 (Jessica Steinberg/Times of Israel)
Caleb Crosby (left) and Tyler Bryant, drummer and lead singer of Tyler Bryant & The Shakedown heading home after their Tel Aviv show opening for Guns N Roses on July 15, 2017 (Jessica Steinberg/Times of Israel)

ROME — The four members of Tyler Bryant & The Shakedown didn’t have much time to pack up and head to the airport after opening for Guns N’ Roses sold-out Tel Aviv concert Saturday night.

“We ran outta there,” said Tyler Bryant, who first formed his eponymously named band playing roots infused rock when he was just 15 years old. Bryant is now 26.

The four members of the band and part of their crew were in the Rome airport, awaiting a connecting flight to Atlanta, Georgia.

They said they were tired, but elated from their latest concert.

“It was a fantastic show,” said bassist and backing vocalist Noah Denney. “Tel Aviv really rocked.”

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