|Name||Bad Luck Kitty|
|Venue||The Wickham Park Hotel|
|Starts||Friday, 13 October 2017 @ 9:00pm|
|Finishes||Saturday, 14 October 2017 @ 12:30am|
Hailing from Newcastle this 3 piece Rockabilly Band knows how to entertain!!
Influenced by the timeless tunes of Gene Vincent, Eddie Cochran and The Stray Cats; Bad Luck Kitty bring Rockabilly to a whole new level, injecting cheeky lyrics into chunky ACDC like swing laced riffs. All delivered with mounds of energy and gusto that would make Mick Jagger shiver.
Early 2015 Bad Luck Kitty released their self titled independant EP. Full of their original brand of hook driven Rockabilly tracks such as Real Rock n Rolla Girl and Hot Rockin Moma as well as poprock driven tracks such as Booty Call and Sunday Best this is surely going to be one to watch out for.
Well known for their live performances Bad Luck Kitty always create a positive, energy driven environment around them. Whipping any audience into a state of pure delight and uncontrollable grooving. An extremely interactive band, you will often find the boys jamming in the audience or on the tables ... You never know what is going to happen at a Bad Luck Kitty Show...
Testimony by: Adz Carter (Musos Garage official Journalist)
"If I had to use just one word to describe the second last band of the afternoon, it would be: Wow!
Bad Luck Kitty lived up to their name alright!
The three piece with a drummer, double bass player, and a leather jacket clad, '50's slicked back hair wearing, Gretsch playing singer/guitarist made doubly sure that no one in the audience was watching them under false pretense, as the first words he said to the crowd were "We're gonna do some rock-a-billy for you this afternoon". After taking just one look at these guys, the statement was akin to seeing Judas Priest on stage and have them announce that they were going to be playing heavy metal.
With a frenetic pace and blistering beat, they made their way through a set of (mainly) original songs, and, just as I was making a note of them sounding a little like Stray Cats, they busted out a Stray Cats cover. Brian Setzer would be proud of Bad Luck Kitty, as would've Eddie Cochran.
The way both the singer and double bass player rocked out with such gusto, including the method implemented of playing on the dance floor, made for an extremely enjoyable set".
Bad Luck Kitty-- Lifes too short to be good...