At The Drive In and Le Butcherettes Bring Their Physical Performances to Hollywood Palladium

Cedric kicks out the jams at Hollywood Palladium - Photo © 2016 Donna Balancia for CaliforniaRocker.com
Cedric kicks out the jams at Hollywood Palladium - Photo © 2016 Donna Balancia for CaliforniaRocker.com
Cedric Bixler-Zavala of At The Drive In always delivers a physical performance - Photo © 2016 Donna Balancia
Cedric Bixler-Zavala of At The Drive In always delivers a physical performance – Photo © 2016 Donna Balancia

By DONNA BALANCIA – At The Drive In and Le Butcherettes made it two nights of wild entertainment, putting on their physical music at sold out shows at the Hollywood Palladium.

ATDI frontman Cedric couldn’t help but do his routine stage diving, and the audience was more than happy to oblige and also join in.

The Hollywood Palladium was packed wall-to-wall with people and it goes to show the popularity of the bands.

Pent-Up Demand

Most people who attended said they’ve wanted to see both ATDI and Le Butcherettes “for a long time.”

That’s because in the case of ATDI, the band has been on-again, off-again but showed it was fully on for this two-night affair.

set list ATDI
set list ATDI

ATDI played most of the crowd favorites, too many to mention (see attached set list photos) and the group was in top shape.

As for Le Butcherettes, if you have missed them, that’s your own fault.

Teri Suarez, known as Teri Gender Bender, the front woman of The Butcherettes, joined her pals as the supporting act, and this is clearly a match made in Heaven — or Texas or somewhere. They’re two phenomenal bands that share players and obviously share a lot of attitude in common. They are both a pleasant relief to today’s tame Rock N Roll.

As we can’t say enough good things about Teri’s performance — she knows how to electrify the crowd and throw in a stage dive or two herself — we are going to leave it all up to the photos to tell the story of the performance.

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