“They rip the 100 Club to shreds with a force 50 gale of everything you love about rock n’ roll.” —NME
More popular now than ever, the MC5 were one of the most influential rock bands of all time, though only three years elapsed between the their ridiculously controversial 1969 debut Kick Out The Jams and their demise.
DKT, the MC5’s surviving members Wayne Kramer (lead guitar), Dennis Thompson (drums) and Michael Davis (bass) came together in March 2003 for a show at London’s famed 100 Club. It sparked three world tours, a TV program, a DVD release and a CD that’s in the works.
That now legendary concert — along with never-before-seen archival footage, commentary and John Sinclair’s promo video Kick Out The Jams — was captured on last year’s DVD Sonic Revolution.
DKT are joined by an ever-changing cast of guests, making each show a singular celebration of the work of the MC5. The ATP show features guest vocalists Mark Arm (Mudhoney) and Lisa Kekaula (BellRays, Basement Jaxx) as well as guitarist Adam Pearson (Sisters of Mercy).