Jet Rock Their Gibsons in Las Vegas
Australian rockers Jet recently played the Rock ’n Roll Wine event at Caesar’s Palace in Las Vegas.
Jet recently headlined the Rock ’n Roll Wine event at Caesar’s Palace, rocking the columns of the world-famous luxury hotel and casino located on the Las Vegas strip. Many of the finest vineyards from across the U.S. and around the world were present for the show, during which the Australian rockers ripped through their high-energy hits, including the smash “Are You Gonna Be My Girl.”
Jet’s rumbling rock was powered by Gibson guitars for the entire show. Lead guitarist Cameron Muncey played a gorgeous Goldtop Les Paul all night, while frontman Nic Cester rocked his ES-339 for the majority of the show before switching to a Gibson J-200.
The event was sponsored by Las Vegas radio station Mix 94.1 FM and featured a Gibson Flying V signed by the members of Jet as a grand-prize giveaway. The Crash Kings opened the show.
Cameron Muncey rocked a Les Paul Goldtop during the show.
Cameron Muncey, Nic Cester and all the members of Jet signed this Gibson Flying V, which was a grand-prize giveaway at the event.
Jet frontman Nic Cester played his ES-339 for most of the night.