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Thee Rock n Roll Residency brings the DEMON to Nashville

By • Jan 26th, 2018 • Category: Feature Articles

It’s a staple in Nashville, every Tuesday night at Mercy Lounge, Thee Rock n Roll Residency rocks the house with special guests from the world of rock. Some of the guests that have joined Thee Rock n Roll Residency onstage include Alice Cooper, Robin Zander (Cheap Trick), Roger Glover (Deep Purple) among many others. On January 23, with the band playing to a packed Mercy Lounge, Gene Simmons of KISS walked onstage and played “Deuce” and “Shout it Out Loud”. Thee Rock N Roll Residency founders Jeremy Asbrock and Phillip Shouse along with local rock star Ryan Cook and drummer Brent Fitz, worked with Simmons to become Simmons backup band on his solo tour. Asbrock and Shouse are living a dream, they are huge KISS fans and even got to share the stage with Ace Frehley when Frehley joined Simmons on stage at one of Simmons shows. Asbrock and Shouse even have a band named Blonder Than Hell and they don the makup and play a KISS tribute called Kissmas in Nashville every December.

Along with Simmons, Raelyn Nelson (Willie’s talented granddaughter) and Chuck Garric (Alice Cooper’s Band) spent time on the stage with some of the normal weekly characters such as Greg Mangus, Matt Farley, Danilo Lopez.

If you have not been up to the Mercy Lounge and caught a Thee Rock n Roll Residency show its time you did show up.

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