The VFW Post 2528, Home of the V8 Lounge After Parties

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The VFW Post 2528, Home of the V8 Lounge After Parties

We are excited to announce that we will be hosting the Friday and Saturday night after parties at the VFW, Auxiliary Post 2528. The V8 Lounge is a signature brand of Grease Inc. and Garage71, and will be your host for late night entertainment.

Beautiful “Grease Inc. Rag Doll” pin up girl sitting inside WWII cargo plane with doors open

Established in 1914, the Veterans of Foreign Wars Auxiliary serves the veterans of this country and our communities in honor of the sacrifices and commitment of every man and woman who has served in uniform.

Friday’s entertainment line-up will include Tennessee’s Hellfire Revival with celebrity frontman; Chris Saint Clark, as seen on Ink Master.

Hellfire Revival is a unique blend of good ol’ Rock, Psychobilly, Punk, and some Metal thrown in for good measure. With a pulse thriving live show and songs that’ll make you thrash about until your senses erupt, Hellfire is a group on the rise in the south.

Read the complete write up on Hellfire Revival in Grease Inc. magazine or here at Rockin’ Route 66.

Opening the Friday line-up will be Hellbilly Homicide, reigning in from Oklahoma City. This is “Not your Grandma’s Rockabilly! 100% High Octane Rockabilly Music !” Get the complete story on Hellbilly Homicide here!

To wrap up the entire weekend, we return with one of Route 66’s progressive bands, the Despots out of Albuquerque and one of the producer’s favorite bands, hailing the backwoods of Georgia, Atomic Boogie.

The roots rock wild men of the southwest. The Despots sound is a result of their broad palette of influences including jazz, blues, rock and roll, country, rockabilly, psychobilly, surf, punk, metal, and often employs dark, or satirical lyrical themes. Pounding beats, solid rhythms, and searing guitar leads, surround the vocals of manic front man Eddie Brewer. From the dark jazz tainted “Howl” to twisted outlaw country of “Angels”, The Despots never fail to entertain and audience. The Despots appeared multiple times at The Rockabilly on the Route Festival in Tucumcari, New Mexico, and have shared the stage with international touring acts Nekromantix, Koffin Kats, Reno Divorce, The Krank Daddies and the Living Deads.

Atomic Boogie is one of those rare bands that actually live the lifestyle they sing about they drive rusty Ratrods down dusty North Georgia back roads, drink white whiskey from moonshine stills and play real southern roots music without sounding like most retro bands.

With their own brand of Rockabilly, Blues, Hillbilly, Outlaw Country, Swing, Surf and Psychobilly
And after 15 years of countless gigs across the South they live up to the name of Rockabilly Outlaws!!! Check out their write up in Grease Inc., voted best Rockabilly Band of 2018.

For the complete schedule you can click here or pick up a copy of Grease Inc. magazine with the entire program covering Rockin’ Route 66.

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