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  • jrkillingher
    PRESS RELEASE _________________________ SATURDAY DECEMBER 14 2002 - Khyber The Trauma Queens CD Release Night featuring... THE GO THE TRAUMA QUEENS THE
    Message 1 of 1 , Dec 2, 2002
      PRESS RELEASE
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      SATURDAY DECEMBER 14 2002 - Khyber

      The Trauma Queens CD Release Night featuring...

      THE GO
      THE TRAUMA QUEENS
      THE WITNESSES
      GREGG FOREMAN (of the Delta 72)


      Hometown hopefuls The Trauma Queens bring together the
      most solid start to finish rock and roll line-up to hit Philadelphia
      in years.


      Motor city madmen The Go headline the evening's festivities with
      their diesel powered rock and roll review. Since their 1999 Sub
      Pop release, 'Whatcha Doin', featuring their old guitar player
      turned White Stripe, Jack White, The Go have cut a swath of
      destruction worldwide with their Detroit style rock.


      Philadelphia 4 piece, The Trauma Queens will be unveiling their
      debut CD and unleashing another patented high-energy R&B
      freak out. Featuring members of San Francisco based trash
      rockers, The Richmond Sluts, as well as Philly's own The Bad
      Vibes, the Trauma Queens have been touring tirelessly
      garnering accolades and opening unsuspecting eyes to their
      brand of frenetic rock 'n roll by channeling the rich soul of Otis
      and the crashing fury of The Sonics.


      The Witnesses, from NYC, will be making the jaunt down I-95 to
      Hostile City after playing a sold out show with The Mooney
      Suzuki at the Bowery the previous night. Their trashy rock
      inspired by their big apple predecessors (NY Dolls, Strokes,
      Television) is equaled only by their sartorial swagger, which has
      deservedly earned them press recently, including a write up in
      last months Rolling Stone.


      Gregg Foreman needs no introduction in Philadelphia. As the
      front man of the Delta 72, one-time member of The Make Up,
      and DJ for The Turnaround, Gregg's contribution to music in
      Philadelphia remains unmatched. This will be Gregg's debut
      solo show that should serve to reaffirm his status as major facet
      in the Philly rock scene. His addition to the line-up gives
      everyone a reason to get there early to not miss what should a
      heavily attended Saturday night at the Khyber on December 14,
      2002.
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