Snappy has been out and about on the town again. This time, Snappy appeared on stage with Adrian & The Sickness!  This Austin-based rock trio showcases the phenomenal guitar playing and song writing of the band’s namesake, Adrian Conner, and is rounded out by the rock-solid bass playing of Heather Webb.  AATS were voted Best Punk Band in the 2011-2012 Austin Music Awards and are presently on tour in support of their 2011 vinyl single “Criminal/Dog Days,” their fifth independent release.

Snappy was fortunate enough to have an excellent view of the show, once again hanging out right on stage:


Of course Snappy spent some time with the band after the show as well.  In the image below, you may notice that Heather is wearing a “Hell’s Belles” shirt.  Hell’s Belles are a world-famous all-female AC/DC tribute band, in which Adrian happens to perform lead guitar duties, as Angus Young.  Perhaps Snappy will find his way onto a Hell’s Belles stage at some point, but for now if you are an AC/DC fan, we would recommend checking that band out as well:


A quick YouTube search for “Adrian and The Sickness” will result in some excellent videos of this amazing band, although nothing can quite capture the experience of seeing them perform live. AATS regularly tour the United States and Europe, so keep an eye out for them and and catch them when they play your town!

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14 thoughts on “The Adventures of Snappy: Adrian & The Sickness Edition

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