Critical Bill brought their action-packed stage show to The Diesel Concert Theater in Chesterfield, MI in celebration of Diesel’s 6th Anniversary!
The Diesel Concert Theater was born in 2013 when they converted the old Premier Club and Diamonds & Spurs room into the Diesel. With two stages available, right from the get go it quickly became the place to be for many well known acts like Buckcherry, Devil Driver and P.O.D to name just a few.
Critical Bill brought with them a killer line up of local talent. Stage 1 featured the return of Motown Rage, Dragsaw and Out From Under. On the Theater Stage we had The Lows open the show, who were fresh off the stage at the FIllmore in Detroit where they opened for Candlebox the previous weekend. They were joined by the reunited group Dismantle.
The crowd was packed, the bodies were dense and deep and everyone seemed to be thoroughly enjoying the show. Critical Bill took the stage and it was all eyes on them. Singer Bryan Alden Davis took the crowd through many of their hits like “Beam Me Up” and “Alone Or Lonely”. Davis’s bandmates from his other group, Def By Stereo came out and joined Critical Bill onstage and with the help of several ladies from the audience closed the night out in style. At that point guitarist Mike Scott broke out the bottle of Jack Daniels and passed it around and the party was on!