Electric Circus (A Tribute To W.A.S.P.)
Electric Circus UK are the ONLY UK based W.A.S.P tribute band formed in late 2015, with a deep passion for the outrageous US outfit, it was decided a tribute act was needed that truly emulated this great Los Angeles band. They are a Midlands based band comprising of :- Johnny Law - Vocals / Guitar (Dudley) Michael Joseph Calder - Bass Guitar (Wolverhampton) Eddie Edwards - Guitar (Wolverhampton) Danny Morgan - Drums (Birmingham) Attention to detail is absolutely paramount. You will see on stage, a custom made "Blackie Lawless" microphone stand with illuminated skull, an outfit with actual steel saw blades, and period correct guitars also customised, large backdrop, and a chainsaw prop. Five months of solid rehearsals were done before getting their first gig. The first three albums are the preferred era. Favourites like, Animal, Love Machine, Wild Child, On Your Knees, Blind In Texas, are included in the set list. September 27th 2016 Electric Circus UK supported Chris Holmes on his Mean Man tour in Leicester, and proudly joined him on stage for I Wanna Be Somebody. He said, it was 20 years since he last played that song. The band's Facebook page only went live in February 2016, and already 1,400+ members have joined.www.facebook.com/ElectricCircusUK/?fref=ts Electric Circus UK are a high energy tribute band that promises to provide the ultimate W.A.S.P. experience. Welcome, We bid you Welcome, To life inside the Electric Circus.
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Guns or Roses
Guns Or Roses are the UK's ultimate tribute to 'the most dangerous band in the world' - Guns 'N' Roses. They incorporate live elements from Gun's shows such as the famous Slash 'Godfather' solo. Formed in 2009, they regularly pack out venues. Consistently blowing audiences away, they've even been rated better than the real thing!
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Wizards Of Oz (The Ozzy Osbourne Tribute)
Ozzy Osbourne tribute band founded by Mike Jurgens in 1998. The band have played the length and breadth of the country. The set-list is a win-every-time lucky dip into Ozzy's post-Black Sabbath career with a slight emphasis on the Randy and Jake eras and even the occasional Sabbath song sneaked into the set for good measure! So come on in, get yourself a good spot somewhere down the front and, as the man himself so eloquently puts it....'Let the madness begin!'
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