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Dangerous New Machine Plays Wild Bill’s 2012 Summer Rock Series
Back by popular demand at Wild Bill’s is the Summer Rock Series, and Dangerous New Machine plays with SUPER bob and Viasava, on Fri., July 27. Other shows remaining in the 2012 series include rehab on their Gullible’s Travel 2012 Tour, on Sat., July 21; and newly announced Winger on Sat., Aug. 4.
General admission tickets for Dangerous New Machine cost $10 in advance and $15 at the door; tickets for a seat at a table of four cost $20 each; and tickets for VIP seating cost $50 for side stage mezzanine seats and $75 for side stage theater seats.
The doors at Wild Bill’s open at 7:30 p.m., concerts begin around 9 p.m., and the dance party will continue after the concerts until 2:30 a.m. Wild Bill’s boasts plenty of available free parking, and “close-in” VIP parking, which costs $5 per car. All shows are 18 and up.
Production Manager Jason Gates says, “I put this strong hard rock package together to add some Atlanta music to the Summer Rock Series. Dangerous New Machine and Viasava are both local bands with a big draw, and SUPER bob is the spotlighted touring regional I usually add to these types of shows to help build them in the Atlanta market. Super Bob then, in turn, supports Atlanta bands by bringing them to markets where they draw well. It’s a win-win for everyone.”
Local favorite Dangerous New Machine played Wild Bill’s original Summer Rock Series back in 2010, and the band is looking forward to headlining a show in this year’s series. Frontman Erik Rogers, former lead singer of Stereomud, says, “We are very excited to be a part of this show. Every band is bringing something unique to this event, but we all have a common goal ... to put on an amazing rock show. We have always enjoyed working with Jason Gates and Wild Bill’s. You don't want to miss July 27th at Wild Bill’s!”
SUPER bob is a four-piece high-energy rock band based in the Washington DC area, but they are no strangers to Wild Bill’s. They opened for Almost Kings’ latest Wild Bill’s show, back in February. Almost Kings had just returned from playing a live, online streaming performance during the Grammy awards expo, in Los Angeles. And again, this time around, SUPER bob plans to bring a borderline excess of stage presence and heart-pounding sound to Wild Bill’s.
Members of Viasava, Gogi Randhawa and Alex Dorminy, were also present at 2010’s Summer Rock Series as the band Dear Enemy, but this time, they play as Viasava, a new band featuring singer Dustin Lowery (little brother of Clint and Corey Lowery, from bands Sevendust/Call Me No One and Eye Empire/Stereomud, respectively). Dear Enemy was one of Wild Bill’s top drawing bands of the inaugural Summer Rock Series.
Of Viasava’s first live concert, Randhawa says, “Viasava is super excited to be taking the stage at Wild Bill’s for our debut show. Jason Gates and the staff at Wild Bill’s are top notch and always bring a good time. Sharing the stage with SUPER bob and DNM is just the icing on the cake. It’s going to be one incredible night!”
More About Wild Bill’s:
Wild Bill’s Atlanta, home of the famous Wild Bill’s Wild Girls, is a multi-level concert hall, dance club and event venue located in Duluth, Ga., near Gwinnett Place Mall, off of I-85. Featuring different bands and artists every weekend and offering a wide variety of nightlife, Wild Bill’s presents all music genres, as well as MMA Fights, comedy acts, charity events and more. For more information, visit www.wildbillsatlanta.com. For automated information, call 678-473-1000.
More About Wild Bill's
Wild Bill's is one of Atlanta's largest concert halls and nightclubs, offering guests a wild party every weekend. With its 5,000-person capacity, Wild Bill's works hard to ensure that everyone is having the best time possible, and features a constantly rotating cast of live bands and DJs, weekly line dancing and drink specials. Its VIP room with a fully stocked bar can be used for private parties and events.