THE CITY REBORN FROM THE ASHES OF AMERICA'S MOST DISASTROUS FOREST FIRE
Bon Jovi Tribute Band, Bad Medicine At Equity
Issue Date: January 17, 2018
What do you get when you add 2 parts of classic rock, 2 parts of 80's rock, then mix it loudly, and serve it at a party? You get Bad Medicine.
Bad Medicine was originally formed by Greg Jach, with the idea of performing a full scale Bon Jovi tribute band. In the early days the band played and perfected everything Bon Jovi. As the band marched forward, Bad Medicine began adding songs from other similar artists from the 80's rock genre. As the band's fan base grew, so did the song list. Incorporating instantly recognizable rock classics from the 70's, with the top 80's rock songs, Bad Medicine has continued to build on its ever expanding rock-n-roll arsenal.
The addition of powerhouse vocalist Jennifer Farias to Bad Medicine a few year's ago, gave the band yet another added dimension. Jennifer instantly brought her unique style of power, fierceness, and sexy to the stage. She pushed the band's background vocals to above and beyond, while also providing a strong female lead vocal.
The thunder is provided by the dynamic duo of Antonio Acevedo and Dan Jastroch. Dan is the timekeeper and the backbone of the unit. He brings his "old school" drumming style and in the pocket grooves to each and every performance. Tony provides equal parts of killer tone and bass lines all wrapped up into a hard core energetic performance.
The lightning is supplies by guitarists, Jeff Serko and Kristian Casamento. Jeff brings a blistering precision and ability to attack and master any guitar solo. Kristian perfectly complements the other half with his bluesy and soulful guitar and keyboards.
From arena rock style front man and lead vocalists, to entertainer and the "Nothin' But A Good Time" onstage party coordinator, Greg Jach is the dynamic and colorful ringleader of the circus that is called Bad Medicine.
From the thunderous rhythmic rock dance grooves to the thumping bottom end, the warm and sweet sonic wall of guitars to the monstrous duel lead vocal attack. One thing is for sure if you're looking for the ultimate rock-n-roll party playlist to come to life this weekend, BAD MEDICINE is what you need.
Shows are Friday and Saturday, Jan. 19th and 20th starting at 8 pm at Equity Hall, W7403 Hwy 64, Pound. Advance tickets can be purchased at George Webb in Peshtigo, Barnstormers in Coleman, Katie's Subs or Bob & Laura's in Pound, and Equity Hall. Call Equity Hall at (715) 789-2147 to reserve tickets. Tickets sales are limited so get in advance. Tickets may also be available at the door the night of the show. For more call Jerome 715-701-1622.