The Booze - "Wild One" Video (PopMatters Premiere)

by PopMatters Staff

22 July 2011

Atlanta's the Booze channels the grit and attitude of late '60s/early '70s British rock, specifically the Rolling Stones.
 

Atlanta’s the Booze channels the grit and attitude of late ‘60s/early ‘70s British rock, specifically the Rolling Stones, but also acknowledge the blues roots of everything they play. With that in mind, the band toured as a support act and backing band for Muddy Waters Jr. last year. This year has seen the release of their latest album, At Maximum Volume on Underrated Recordings. The group has been steadily touring the new music, building a fanbase well beyond their Southeastern homebase with their pure rawk sounds. The Video Rahim-directed “Wild One” is the latest video and perfectly ties into that Stonesy raunch vibe.


  
TOUR DATES
July 23 2011 9:00P - Star Bar w/ Dex Romwebber Atlanta GA
July 30 2011 9:00P - The Earl Atlanta GA
Aug 4th 2011 - Rock Lobster Indianapolis, IN
Aug 5th 2011 - Quarters Rock n Roll Palace Milwaukee, WI
Aug 6th 2011 - Beat Kitchen Chicago, IL
Aug 8th 2011 - Rhumba Cafe Columbus, OH
Aug 9th 2011 - Now that’s class! Cleveland, OH
Aug 10th 2011 - Rad House Rochester, NY
Aug 11th 2011 - Maxwell’s Hoboken, NJ
Aug 12th 2011 - Bell House Brooklyn, NJ
Aug 13th 2011 - Bowery Electric NYC, NY
Aug 14th 2011 - Otto Bar Baltimore, MD
Aug 15th 2011 - The Cave Chapel Hill, NC

 

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