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The Underground Rebels

The Underground Rebels

Genre: Rock
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The Underground Rebels formed in Vancouver in 1997 by Kurt Frohlich. Since then they have released 2 CDs as The Loving Dead, and created a fan base in Canada and The United States. Their self-titled debut CD sold out and is in demand to press more. Their second release "Do It Again" has already outsold their debut CD and the title track is receiving radio play in their hometown of Las Vegas. Along with the infectious song "Do It Again," they have a knack for writing catchy, hooky songs. Their most recent addition to the band is Lez Warner from The Cult fame on drums. Lez was in The Cult during their golden age performing on their "Electric" album as well as touring the world supporting it and also their "Love" album. Lez has added an amazing energy to The Underground Rebels that the fans noticed at their first performance with them. Their live show is nothing short of amazing. Like their childhood heroes Kiss, they put on as big a show as any venue will allow. They have performed all over the world in countries such as Japan, Canada, The Cayman Islands and covering the United States numerous times. In Las Vegas they have played at prestigious venues such as The House of Blues in Mandalay Bay, The Joint in The Hard Rock Casino and Club Ra in The Luxor.

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Free MP3s:
All That You Are
Do It Again
Insult to Injury
Kurt Frolich – Guitar, Vocals
D – Bass
Todd Waetzig – Drums
Brent Muscat – Guitar
2004, Las Vegas, NV
Cheap Trick, The Sex Pistols, The Ramones, David Bowie, T. Rex
Current status
Writing, playing shows to support their new CD
No Album ArtThe EP
Released: 2004