LAS VEGAS, Nevada (July 15, 2012) A.J. Garcia, a 19-year-old self-taught drummer, pounds out a rhythm as he performs for passersby on The Las Vegas Strip. Known as “The Entertainment Capital of the World,” The Strip has become a mecca for street performers and costumed characters who pose for tips. AJ Garcia is by far one of the best Street Performers on the Las Vegas Strip. (Photo: Greg Vojtko)
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Drumming For Dirty Pairadice
"Dirty Pairadice” has been turning heads, packing rooms and taking names since June of 2010 with their infectious blend of blues rock, grunge pop, and glam metal. They were named “Best Hard Rock band” in the Las Vegas scene in 2011 by Vegas Rocks Magazine and were recognized as "Best Metal Band” in 2012 by REF Entertainment.
But at the core of the their infectious sound and their trademark live shows that can be described as nothing short of a sonic and aesthetic spectacle, is 5 talented heartbreakers “rolling those bones.”
They have been recognized regionally and nationally, with articles featured in Vegas Rocks Magazine, Smash magazine, and other publications and notable stars such as Steven Adler, Gilby Clarke, Danny "The Kount" Koker, Daisy Delahoya, Farrah Shelton, Dave Navarro have become fans of Dirty Pairadice, and some of them, have even shared the stage with them.
Dirty Pairadice’s live shows have often become sold out spectacles, especially after six months of headlining the main stage on Fremont Street Experience, which helped put them to the top of the Las Vegas rock scene. Their blue collar work ethic, blended with white knuckle intensity has helped fix their heading towards a bright future as they set their sights on conquering new markets and of course, new fans.
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