May 24, 2013
Door Time: 8:00 PM

Day: Friday, May 24, 2013
Door Time: 8:00 PM
Age: All Ages
Advance Ticket Price: $12
Day Of Show Price: $14
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Rehab Farewell Tour
It is all in name, but in fact, the name is relevant to the original members as they met in a rehab facility overcoming addictions to drugs and alcohol.  It was here their love of music resonated and they became known quickly as the southern hip-hoppers taking Georgia by storm.  In September 2010, these warriors are releasing Welcome Home on Universal Republic. No one can explain that feeling better than this group of guys that have traveled the road of highs and lows that have made them the ‘brothers’ they have become today.

Around a decade ago, three Georgia boys - Danny Alexander, aka, Danny Boone and a few others formed the group REHAB.  Anchored by their influence of all things hip-hop, from Run DMC and NWA to a Tribe Called Quest and more, they set out on their own musical journey taking their first release “To Whom It May Consume” straight to the streets to sell to their newly garnered hard core fans.

Soon after this release Epic Records caught on and signed the group as one of the founders entered a long term rehab.  “Southern Discomfort” was released sans Steaknife, but REHAB didn’t miss a beat with the melodic flavor and hard core rap styling of Danny Boone.  After a strong US tour with such acts as Linkin Park, and many units sold, a new direction set forth.

Due to the ubiquitous “creative differences” stance, the band broke up.  After writing and recording many songs on his own, lead singer Danny Boone bought the REHAB trademark and set out to revamp the group.  Boone made additions to that are still going strong today with Hano Leathers on bass, Mike Hartnett on lead guitar, Fazel Syed, aka Foz on rhythm guitar and Christopher Hood on drums.  With some guidance of producer Billy Hume and mix master Phil Tan, the band released “Graffiti the World” independently and toured extensively for nearly three years in an attempt to rebuild the name.  During this tour, Demun Jones, DJ Chris Crisis and Lamar Williams joined the REHAB machine.

In 2008, Universal Records signed REHAB and immediately re-released “Graffiti the World” with a few new songs and supporting a non-stop tour and date with with kindred spirits, Kid Rock and Uncle Kracker.  Adding collaborations with Bone Crusher and the legendary Hank Williams, Jr. provided a truly eclectic flavor to the disc and later resulted in a CMT Music Awards nomination for Wide Open Country Video of the Year for the multi-platinum selling single “The Bartender Song,” as well as a spot on Rolling Stone magazine’s “Hot List.”

With the September release of Welcome Home, the guys work with producers Billy Hume and Dallas Austin.  The release is full of well-crafted tunes by the group and offers a nice slice of southern rock, country and the staple hip-hop that inspired the group.  In today’s blurred genre game, REHAB fits the mold perfectly.  With over 2 million downloads and over 300,000 units moved over the past few years, Welcome Home is poised to fit onto anyone’s playlist.  Mix it up with REHAB, they have and it is a winner


DJ Crisis

HORzillia Presents X-Mas In Necropolis 6 Feat. 17Ent (former & present members)
HORzillia Presents X-Mas In Necropolis 6 Feat. 17Ent (former & present members)Originally started in 2000 by founding members Feezy The King (Operator-9)and DT aka Dennis Tova.In the beginning, 17 Entertainments was a label of mainly beat making and remained that way till about 2005 and thats when it really began to blossom or grow if you will, in other words 17 began to take shape with the very first featured artists on the lable, Seen Loc, J-Dubb, OD, Tre Mack, and of course Feezy and from there the recordings began, along with the first live show at tailgates put together by Seen Loc.Between 2005 and 2006, with problems and essentially the downfall of Str8 Jacket Mafia, the previous lable, a new group was introduced to 17 by the name of E.M.L (East Murderas Lane) which featured the artists Drive Bye aka Sin Geno, Kriptuk, and myself Wiked C and 17 had actually combined record lables with the newly formed Necropolis Recordings adding another artist to the lable by the name of Killin Rather.In 2007, a new artist named Bolimic was introduced to 17, the name explains him to the fullest, just a sick motherfucker, wicked and crude lyrics, a DGAF attitude and insanely sick delivery. It was actually at the GOTJ when Seen Loc approached Bolimic to be on 17. With more and more live shows poppin up 17 Ents was finally making a well deserved name for ourselves. 2008 was the year Spyda Tha Man and Twisted M made their first appearances on 17. With a pretty good line up of artists and fan base already started and growing fast 2008 was also the year we gave ourselves a name as well as our fans and from there dubbed the HOR. It started as just something we would all say amongst our homies who we kicked it with on a regular basisr it didnt even have a meaning it was just a word, but in the summer of the same year a homie of ours named Hank and myself gave the word an official meaning and acronym, taking from the original derogative meaning, me and Hank came up with HOR (Homie Onda Regular) dedicated to the homies on a regular basis and let me tell you the name stuck almost instantly and spread like an infectious disease. Next thing ya know different meanings of the acronym started poppin up all over Colorado Springs and soon after the state and now the country and even overseas. Homie Onda Regular became the universal acronym and official name for the artists at 17 as well as our loyal fans (HOR) and WE HOR if you actually were a whore just add the W and the E and its been like that ever since and will be here till the end.

Wiked C-