Electric Six to play the Biltmore March 24th

Artist: Electric Six

Venue: Biltmore Cabaret

Date: March 24th, 2010

Tickets available here.

DANGER! Electric Six to play the Biltmore! This is going to be “high voltage” my friends, pardon my puns.  This Detroit based band has been pumping out almost an album a year since their hugely successful single “Danger High Voltage”. It became even more popular following rumours that the man himself Jack White sang backup vocals for the song. These rumours have been denied, then confirmed, then denied, then rumoured that it was actually “Gay Bar” that Jack provided back up vocals on, and so on. True or not its an infectious song that gets in your head and works its way down to your toes forcing them to tap to the beat. Electric Six will be touring for their latest album release “KILL”, which dropped on October 20th, 2009. Dick Valentine, (lead vocals and writer) is high voltage and puts on one hell of a show everywhere he goes and the Biltmore will be no exception, so you do not want to miss this one. Although they have not been able to really top the popularity of “Danger High Voltage” one stand out on their newest album is “Body Shots”, which their is a video for that I posted below, but I warn you adult content insues and you just can’t unsee some things…

Warning must be 18 years or older to view, even then you may not want to see this…. you’ve been warned.

Electric Six “Body Shot” (2009) – NSFW 18+ from Another Reybee Productions, Inc. on Vimeo.

Click here to watch “Body Shots” video


~ by vanscene on December 8, 2009.

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