Almost Human (KISS Tribute)

Chandelier Productions Presents:

Almost Human (KISS Tribute)

Devil's Food (Alice Cooper Tribute), Bastard of Reality (Black Sabbath Tribute)

Sat, October 18, 2014

8:00 pm

The Crocodile

Seattle, WA

$12 Adv.

This event is 21 and over

Almost Human (KISS Tribute)
Almost Human (KISS Tribute)
Almost Human is the Pacific Northwest's Premiere KISS tribute band. Featuring full costumes, makeup, and all the rock n roll attitude, swagger, and shenanigans that make a real KISS show so electrifying. Almost Human is back in 2014 after a three year hiatus, during which they regrouped with some new personnel and stepped up their game, adding choreography, explosions, fire breathing, and a few other tricks to their live show. The group now features Joe Dredd of Gene's Addiction - an expert who has been playing Gene Simmons almost as long as Gene Simmons has! (Well, not quite but you'd be hard pressed to tell the difference) - Matthew "Strutter" Bowen, a veteran Seattle guitar shredder that can play an Ace Frehley solo note for note with one hand tied behind his back, while eating a sandwich. Patrick Mackinnon has been studying Paul Stanley so intensely that when you hear him scream out for "Cold Gin" you'll be instantly transported to Detroit Rock City. And drummer Jack Chandelier who goes to sleep every night after praying to the holy trinity: Ginger Baker, Ringo Starr, and of course, Peter Criss.

Almost Human knows what real KISS fans want and they do all the hits from the debut record through Love Gun. None of that Dynasty disco crap. The group is committed to bringing a stadium sized KISS show into a venue where you don't have to break your bank account or wait in line for hours to get in. You'll see the blood drip from the stage, the sweat fly through the air, and feel the heat from the flames erupting from the Demon's mouth.
Devil's Food (Alice Cooper Tribute)
Devil's Food (Alice Cooper Tribute)
DEVIL’S FOOD originally started out as an experimental side project in April of 2005 but upon securing the lineup (which remains original to this day) it became a serious and viable act contending with the other local tributes in the Seattle area. A great deal of emphasis was placed on learning the music as accurately as possible so the most critical of Cooper fans would not be disappointed. Careful attention was also given to the recreation of the theatrics. Giant confetti filled balloons, crutches, swords, blowup dolls, giant spiders, severed heads and body parts and a live hot nurse all make up the absurd spectacle of the Alice Cooper show.

Each band member is a veteran of the Seattle music community. The collective years of live experience and general mental immaturity of players creates a professional but humorous show. The Cooper catalog spans over 30 years and several different “eras” but DEVIL’S FOOD covers the hits from every album and throws in a handful of personal favorites just to keep it interesting. Currently the repertoire is pushing 40 songs so requests aren’t out of the question. The most ambitious show included the entire Welcome To My Nightmare album in its entirety including keyboards, a virtual horn section and theVincent Price monologue. The reviews were from horrific to spiritual but of course the band didn’t care at all.

The show continues to evolve. DEVIL’S FOOD now has enough material and more elaborate props to play larger rooms and festivals. The band can tailor a set and stage show to fit most any venue which is why they are considered by many to be the most flexible Alice Cooper tribute on the planet.

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Bastard of Reality (Black Sabbath Tribute)
Bastard of Reality (Black Sabbath Tribute)
4 Black Sabbath Nerds, playing Black Sabbath tunes for other Black Sabbath nerds.
Venue Information:
The Crocodile
2200 2nd Ave
Seattle, WA, 98121
http://www.thecrocodile.com/