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Freakhouse Appearing Live Saturday, May 25 at the Cheyenne Saloon
Published on Tue, Apr 23, 2013 (3:49 p.m.)LAS VEGAS, NV, Saturday, May 25 --Freakhouse will be appearing this Memorial Day Weekend at the Cheyenne Saloon. Freakhouse is a Los Angeles based hard rock band signed to Reality Entertainment. Their third release is due out this Summer.
Freakhouse's latest single is the anthemic, fan favorite "Invincible". "That was no mistake. We've always been all about our fans", says vocalist Rob Escher. "When we go to a show we want a release from our everyday stress and b.s., so that's what we really aim to give people: a way to let it all out." Matt Clark adds, "These songs were written with our live show in mind and we will definitely be playing a lot of the new stuff on tour."
Freakhouse has always believed in working hard and playing hard and the new album is really a celebration of that. Scott Freak says "We keep pushing the pedal to the metal because we know that kind of commitment has always gotten us places." Al Serrato couldn't agree more, "Freakhouse fans are the best and it's great to be part of this family."
"We've always loved Las Vegas and we are definitely looking forward to this show" says Matt Clark. "Especially in light of recent events it makes us appreciate even more the freedoms we have. Hopefully everyone appreciates those hard won freedoms over Memorial Day."
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