Bad Wheels

Hit Makers Music Presents:

Bad Wheels

Kangaroo Knife Fight, The Hillary Wattz Riot

Fri, August 22, 2014

Doors: 8:00 pm / Show: 9:00 pm

Czar Bar

Kansas City, MO

$5.00

This event is 21 and over

Bad Wheels
Bad Wheels
A Division of General Mofos

Bobby Topaz
Paul Marchman
Brock Ginther
Ryan Marchman

Formed from the ashes of other great local bands (Faster than Hell, Crazy Talk, Tenderloin) Bad Wheels are four dudes that have one thing in common: their love for Calligraphy. Ok....two things in common. Their love for calligraphy, and playing loud as hell rock and roll. There are enough banjos in the world.
Kangaroo Knife Fight
Kangaroo Knife Fight
Well, Anthony came from a far away land with a suitcase and a bride to KC in search of blues and BBQ, Ian's dad made him listen to a click track while eating fruit loops when he was 5, Brandon was raised local with a guitfiddle in his hand and an insatiable desire to express the random madness in his head through his fingers . . . and Goose, well, we can't say much about him because he mumbles so bad no one really pays attention to him.

The band formed, in large part, out of a need for haircuts. Haircuts resulted in music discussions, which resulted in the formation of a band. Before playing any shows, the band recorded a record in the basement and managed to get played over the airwaves on local radio station Alice 102 the day before the first show. It was a good start. After the first summer of shows, the lineup changed and we are back for round two with a new name and vibe. The second verse isn't going to sound much like the first.
The Hillary Wattz Riot
The Hillary Wattz Riot
he Hillary Watts Riot is loud, sexy, and brazenly odd. They play a style of music they call "Freak Pop" - humorous, absurd, and often sexually-charged lyrics, funk-inspired dance rhythms, dirty synth lines, and lots of experimentation and noise.

Looking like a cross between a 1980's Pat Benatar and a prom queen, Hillary Watts fronts a band of nameless, jumpsuited DronesĀ®. Together, they create an audiovisual playground that entices the audience like a stranger with candy.
Venue Information:
Czar Bar
1531 Grand Blvd.
Kansas City, MO, 64108
http://www.czarkc.com/