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BAD RABBITS IN CONCERT:

Bad Rabbits are a hot new jazz-pop sensation that blend rock 'n' roll with soul and funk, bringing all together with finesse and style at their pumped-up live shows. Whether they're tearing through the infectious track "We Can Roll" or slowing things down with "Fall In Love", the band brings the passion and energy as soon as they hit the stage. Consummate performers with more than a decade of performances under their belt, Bad Rabbits will have fans shakin' it to their popular tunes all night on their high-octane tours.

BACKGROUND SNAPSHOT:

Boston natives Bad Rabbits first formed in 2003 under the name Eclectic Collective. After several lineup changes the band decided to shake things up, and in 2007 they adopted a new name and a new sound. Bad Rabbits quickly got to work in the studio penning new material and recording two EPs -- The Bad and Stick Up Kids. The releases were well received, earning them a slot at a Los Angeles festival where they met producer Teddy Riley (Michael Jackson, Lady Gaga). Riley liked their material so much he decided to work with the act on their debut LP. Although the collaboration was put on hold, the band kept working on material and released their first full-length album American Love in 2013. Since then Bad Rabbits have become hometown heroes -- they've been nominated for five Boston Music Awards, embarked on several world tours, and earned a reputation as a stellar live act with their unforgettable performances.

FANS WHO BOUGHT TICKETS SAY:

"Bad Rabbits were awesome and well worth seeing (especially at the Bowery Ballroom). They sound great live, have wonderful energy and are a ton of fun....definitely get ready to dance!"

"This was hands down one of the best concerts I've ever been to. Bad Rabbits tore it down! Definitely seeing them again when they are in town!!"

"It was the dopest dope. Set list was incredible as well as the crowd."