It’s been over 20 years since the rock act Fuel formed in Tennessee, but that doesn’t mean that they are above playing small club shows.

In fact, on September 27, Fuel is going to be doing just that.  The event is called “Big Band, Small Bar” and it promises to be quite the experience.  Fans in Detroit can see these rock staples at US 12 Bar and Grill alongside American Idol’s Paul Jolley and Detroit natives Critical Bill for a night sure to be full of rock and a chance to see this arena band in a small setting.  While classics like “Shimmer,” “Bad Day,” and “Hemorrhage” are sure to be heard, songs from Fuel’s latest album Puppet Strings will be cranked up to 11.

Be sure to get your advanced tickets at US 12 for your free entry into the after party following the show for those that are 21+.  Fear not though, if you cannot make it to US 12 to get your advanced ticket, entry to the after party is only an additional $5 and the shenanigans will last from midnight to 2 am.

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Doors for the show open at 6 pm and the concert will last until midnight, upon which the after party will start and run until 2 am.

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US 12 Bar and Grill
34824 Michigan Ave
Wayne, MI 48184
(734) 722-3170

About The Author

Julie Goldstein is a 25 year old rock fanatic residing in Jacksonville, Florida. The first concert she ever attended was Evanescence back in 2007 where she became mesmerized by Amy Lee's stage presence. While attending college at the University of Florida for a bachelors degree in English, she saw Halestorm live in 2009 where Lzzy Hale awoke something in her that brought on a calling for music journalism. Julie has since gone from that small club show with her little point-and-shoot Sony to sold out, two day rock festivals behind the barricade with her Nikon DSLR and interviewing top acts such as Lacuna Coil, Sick Puppies, and Butcher Babies. She runs her own website at www.backstagevips.com where fans can take a step backstage for artist interviews, cd reviews, and concert photography.

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