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Rhino39 / Press

“Rhino 39 took the second spot with a vengeance. This group was a solid head bangers band every step of the way. Performing a song from Metallica seemed to be an easy task for such a rock solid band. The bass player and drummer paved the road for the rest of the group to follow. The grooves were deep and heavy old school metal. They brought out a Drowning Pool song with a little count off, getting the crowd to be involved with the show. “One, Nothing wrong with me – Two, Nothing wrong with me.” As the opening line “Let the Bodies Hit the Floor” started the song, concert goers were carrying a devilish grin. Once Rhino started in with Pantera’s “Walk” most heavy metal enthusiasts couldn’t contain themselves any longer.”

“Big Randy does it again setting up a sweet party at the Pyramid Club (236 W. Lake Street Addison, Illinois). This party animal set the gathering in an upscale club with live music. The band Rhino39 came out and rocked the house with some great heavy metal songs. It was a night to remember. As the evening unfolded, Rhino39, a five piece band took the stage and jammed out powerful pieces of art work. Pentatonic minor guitar riffs, power chords, peddled eighth notes on the bass, and deep throated vocals were the basics of the bands show. The energy that was projected into the audience raged flawlessly throughout the two sets they played. ”

“Rhino 39 took the second spot with a vengeance. This group was a solid head bangers band every step of the way. Performing a song from Metallica seemed to be an easy task for such a rock solid band. The bass player and drummer paved the road for the rest of the group to follow. The grooves were deep and heavy old school metal. They brought out a Drowning Pool song with a little count off, getting the crowd to be involved with the show. “One, Nothing wrong with me – Two, Nothing wrong with me.” As the opening line “Let the Bodies Hit the Floor” started the song, concert goers were carrying a devilish grin. Once Rhino started in with Pantera’s “Walk” most heavy metal enthusiasts couldn’t contain themselves any longer. ”

“Woods Bash 2010! Randy did it again! Rhino 39 took the second spot with a vengeance. This group was a solid head bangers band every step of the way. Performing a song from Metallica seemed to be an easy task for such a rock solid band. The bass player and drummer paved the road for the rest of the group to follow. The grooves were deep and heavy old school metal. They brought out a Drowning Pool song with a little count off, getting the crowd to be involved with the show. “One, Nothing wrong with me – Two, Nothing wrong with me.” As the opening line “Let the Bodies Hit the Floor” started the song, concert goers were carrying a devilish grin. Once Rhino started in with Pantera’s “Walk” most heavy metal enthusiasts couldn’t contain themselves any longer. Continue reading on Examiner.com: Woods Bash 2010! Randy did it again! - Chicago Live Music | Examiner.com http://www.examiner.com/live-music-in-chicago/woods-bash-2010-randy-did-it-again?cid=parsely#parsely#ixzz1FZZCk”

“Winterbash 2010 - Rhino39 rocked out the party for Big Randy! * March 15th, 2010 12:06 pm CT Big Randy does it again setting up a sweet party at the Pyramid Club (236 W. Lake Street Addison, Illinois). This party animal set the gathering in an upscale club with live music. The band Rhino39 came out and rocked the house with some great heavy metal songs. It was a night to remember. As the evening unfolded, Rhino39, a five piece band took the stage and jammed out powerful pieces of art work. Pentatonic minor guitar riffs, power chords, peddled eighth notes on the bass, and deep throated vocals were the basics of the bands show. The energy that was projected into the audience raged flawlessly throughout the two sets they played. ”