2200 Second Avenue
Seattle, WA 98121
8:00 p.m. Monday, Dec. 31, 2012
ATOMIC RODEO: A NYE THROWDOWN feat. :: BRENT AMAKER & THE RODEO ::Formed in 2005 as a cowboy motorcycle club for musicians, Brent Amaker and the Rodeo have earned cult status for their records, tours, comic books, and music videos. Dressed in black from head-to-toe, the Rodeo draw influence from new wave artists like Devo, glam rock innovators like David Bowie and original country music classics like Johnny Cash. Their look, their sound, their whole deal seems as if they were cast as the band in a Quentin Tarantino film. Three words describe their genre “Country New Wave”.Created with equals parts art and music, this Rodeo developed their own brand of cowboy couture which led to a cult following and positioned them to regularly receive national exposure on the Showtime series “Californication”. Their song “You Call Me the Devil” was selected for inclusion on the Season Two soundtrack. And most recently the song “Doomed” was featured as the trailing credits music for the Season Finale of Weeds (Season 7).
B.A.R. has completed several North American and European tours and have made appearances at music festivals around the world including Popkomm Festival in Berlin, SXSW, the CMJ Music Marathon in New York City, Canadian Music Week in Toronto, and Bumbershoot in Seattle.NEW RELEASE COMING IN 2013 “YEAR OF THE DRAGON”.:: THE ATOMIC BOMBSHELLS BURLESQUE ::Get ready to have your socks knocked off by THE ATOMIC BOMBSHELLS, Seattle's internationally celebrated, polished and perfectly-choreographed, professional burlesque troupe, as they present a show that celebrates the feminine form with good humor and style. This is no send-up; this is the real thing!Originally hailing from the sultry swamps of New Orleans, THE ATOMIC BOMBSHELLS have taken the international burlesque scene by storm. As original members of the illustrious Shim Sham Revue in the historic French Quarter, these ladies were taught their bumps n' grinds by the original stars of burlesque's Golden Age, and were featured in numerous publications, such as GQ, Bust, Tease magazine, and MTV.com. Now the girls bring a little Southern sizzle to the Pacific Northwest and abroad with their inspired combination of vintage Bourbon St. striptease, show-stopping choreography, and MGM-era glamour.:: COUNTRY LIPS ::