Machine Gun Symphony
Springfield's HOTTEST 80'S HAIR BAND
Sunday May 24, 2015 At 10:00 PM
Springfield's HOTTEST 80'S HAIR BAND is coming to Dog Days
again. Come be part of a great night.
About the Band:
Exploding on stage amid a flurry of hairspray and screeching guitars, machine gun symphony brings back the era where excess is a way of life. Paying tribute to the now infamous eighties metal genre, m.g.s. Features songs that defined a generation. Showcasing artists such as bon jovi, motley crue, ac/dc, poison, guns n’ roses and more. Not your typical cover band, m.g.s. Pays homage to these classic bands with raw integrity by remaining true to the songs that made this music
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Dreadlocks and Rock. As a composer, producer, musician and singer, Adrian Bartholomew's inspiration and talent give his music and live performance unique style and intense vibe. Magically combining the sounds of his native Trinidad in the Caribbean with the steam and fire of rock and modern music, Bartholomew is a true master. Inducted as a member of Trinidad's Classical Music Hall of Fame as a child prodigy, Adrian has been performing live in the Caribbean and the United States for more than twenty years. Since moving to the American Midwest in the fall of 2001, he has focused on bringing his “rhythm and groove” fusion of calypso/soca-based rock music to audiences across the country. Bartholomew's live show features his performance of rock and pop familiar favorites, presented with a "taste of the Islands".
Bill "Watermelon Slim" Homans has built a remarkable reputation with his raw, impassioned intensity. HARP Magazine wrote "From sizzling slide guitar...to nitty-gritty harp blowing...to a gruff, resonating Okie twang, Slim delivers acutely personal workingman blues with both hands on the wheel of life, a bottle of hooch in his pocket, and the Bible on the passenger seat." Paste Magazine writes "He's one hell of a bottleneck guitarist, and he's got that cry in his voice that only the greatest singers in the genre have had before him."