‘Danger! High Voltage’ from Electric Six – Brighton & Lewes gigs confirmed

Posted On 12 Apr 2019 at 6:00 pm

Electric Six (pic Mark Wright)

Attention Electric Six fans. You lucky people have not one but two chances to see your favourite band play live in Sussex during 2019.

The six-piece American band from Detroit who are famed for theirDanger! High Voltage’, Gay Bar and Dance Commander singles, have announced that they will be appearing right by the sea on Friday 29th November, when they will be rockin’ up at the ever popular Concorde 2 on Madeira Drive in Brighton.

Electric Six

However, there really is no need to wait that long to see them as they will shortly be appearing in nearby Lewes at the Con Club. They will be unleashing their brand of rock music infused with elements of “garage, disco, punk rock, new wave, and metal” on Wednesday 15th May.

Since the initial success of ‘Gay Bar’, ‘Danger! High Voltage’ and ‘Dance Commander’ , which can all be found on their debut album ‘Fire’ (2003), Electric Six have been extremely productive as they have released no less 14 full-length albums, two rarities albums, and a live album. A live DVD, ‘Absolute Treasure’, was released for download in 2014.

Electric Six

The current lineup of the band consists of Dick Valentine – lead vocals (1996–present), Johnny Na$hinal (yes it does have a dollar sign) – lead guitar, backing vocals (2003–present), Christopher Tait aka Tait Nucleus? (yes it has a question mark) – keyboards, backing vocals (2003–present), Da Vé – rhythm guitar, backing vocals (2012–present), Rob Lower – bass (2015–present) and Hyperkube Bonanza – drums, backing vocals (2016–present).

Tickets can be purchased for their Con Club, Lewes concert on 15th May online HERE and also from Union Music, 1 Lansdown Place, Lewes, BN27 2JT.

Tickets can be bought for their Concorde 2, Brighton gig on Friday 29th November HERE.

Learn more about Electric Six HERE and HERE.

Electric Six Lewes gig flyer

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