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Jameson and Kill Corps To Play Free Show

The producers of indie movie "Glory Days" invite real rock fans to join them in recreating a classic rock scene from LA's Sunset Strip heyday (circa 1989) on Wednesday, March 24th, at Downtown LA's 740 Club. To entice and incite the most real re-creation of a full house concert at the Palladium, Palace or the Palomino "back in the day," they’re inviting all real music fans to come partake and aide in the festivities.

WHO: Jameson & Kill Corps (Formerly Death Pilot)
WHEN: Wednesday, March 24, 7pm Doors (Early Show)
WHERE: Club 740 @ 753 Spring St., Downtown L.A.
WHAT: Indie Movie Shoot for Glory Days
WHY: Recreate 1989 LA Rock Scene
HOW: Free For All (over 21)

LA's Kill Corps, and Jameson will perform in the classically remodeled music hall on LA's downtown theater row, Club 740.

Located at 740 Broadway, but with its entrance in back at 753 Spring Street, Club 740 is a totally refurbished three level theater with a full brass-and-glass balcony above an all-mod-cons dance floor: State of the art sound and lights and service, including supreme bottle and VIP services. On weekends it hosts LA's top house and hip hop parties. For this event it will be transformed into a
classic rock hall.

The concert and audience will be filmed as part of the movie "Glory Days," which follows the rise and fall and rise again and fall again of the Spiders, a fictional band that breaks up in its prime in
1989 only to reform again in 2010.

The audience is requested to come dressed for the daze and party like it's 1989: Break out the eye shadow, hairspray mousse; spandex, leather and lace.

The doors will open at 7:00 pm; our band “the Spiders” will go on first miming a song, where fan’s will go wild for the cameras, followed by an exhilarating set by Jameson and Kill Corpse.

Audience members are asked to arrive early and stay for all sets by all bands. The audience will be admitted on a first come first serve basis. Capacity is EXTREMELY LIMITED. Club 740 is a 21+ venue.

Kill Corps. Has been in the studio recording their soon to be released full record "T.B.A," which will be played live for the first time at Club 740. Kill Corps, previously known as Death Pilot are produced and managed by Logan Mader (ex. Machine Head/Soulfly) and Lucas banker (JunkieXL/Dommin) of the Los Angeles based Dirty Icon Productions, including 6 of Hollywood's most talented and hard working musicians.

Jameson Kicks Off Its 2010 National Down for the Count Tour with a Prequel Show at Glory Days Shoot. The band takes to the road the day after the Club 740 show, the tour itinerary’s posted below:

Mar 24 2010 7:00P Club 740 (Downtown L.A.) - Los Angeles, California
Mar 25 2010 8:00P Second Wind Santee - San Diego, California
Mar 26 2010 10:00P Angel’s Roadhouse - Yucaipa, California
Mar 27 2010 8:00P Joe's Grotto - Phoenix, Arizona
Mar 31 2010 7:00P The Downtown Eatery - Redding, California
Apr 1 2010 7:30P The Trove - Grants Pass, Oregon
Apr 2 2010 7:00P The Tonic - Lounge Portland, Oregon
Apr 3 2010 8:00P MaGuffy's Pub - Beaverton, Oregon
Apr 4 2010 8:00P Station 56 - Tacoma, Washington
Apr 7 2010 7:00P Club Motor - Seattle, Washington
Apr 8 2010 8:00P Tony V’s Garage - Everett, Washington
Apr 9 2010 7:30P The Blvd - Spokane, Washington
Apr 10 2010 9:30P Jackson's Sports Bar - Kennewick, Washington
Apr 13 2010 9:00P The Cretin Hop - Spokane, Washington
Apr 14 2010 8:00P TBA - Boise, Idaho
Apr 15 2010 6:30P Club Vegas - Salt Lake City, Utah
Apr 17 2010 9:00P Cheyenne Saloon - Las Vegas, Nevada

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