What happens when you mix Black Sabbath and McDonald’s burgers? Why Mac Sabbath, of course.

It is hard to explain the site of a demonic Ronald McDonald leading a band that includes Mayor McCheese on guitar, Grimace on bass, and Hamburgler on drums. It sounds like a pop culture bad dream. That is until you see Mac Sabbath live.

The show was fantastic, the band cooly dishing out a tight performance at The Wonder Bar on the Jersey Shore. The visual was incredibly fun, entertaining, and fan interactive. The musicianship of Mac Sabbath was exceptional, especially so when considering they are all in full costume. With the number of special effects, costumes, and props, it is an addicting spectacle hard not to watch.

The Wonder Bar was packed with a diverse group of fans, many of them more curious than anything. The crowd ate up the onstage hijinks of frontman, dressed as Ronald McDonald, crowd surfing around the bar. The band even threw a giant inflatable hamburger for the crowd to pass around. As the show ended, the throngs of people, full of smiles, were unable to stop talking about this most unusual band.

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It started when Jeff’s son came across his Kiss CD's grew into something that his son would listen to day and night. Kiss just happened to be playing at a local venue that summer, so he decided to take him to his first show as a father son bonding activity. Jeff found out about another local club that had shows of every genre and style on a more regular basis so he started going to a couple of shows a week becoming locals in the industry. Jeff has always loved photography, he would take pictures at all the shows with his point n’ shoot camera from the crowd. People enjoyed Jeff’s pictures and that became the focus of going to shows. Jeff landed a spot as staff photographer for Amp and Hails and Horns magazine.

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