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Still Warning plays dirty, energetic, blues based rock n’ roll. The Atlanta, GA based band was formed in the Fall of 2016, and released their debut self-titled EP in December of 2017. Their EP was produced by Bruce Butkovich (James Hall) at Still Warning Studios and East Atlanta Recording (EARS) in Atlanta. Inspired by bands like Stone Temple Pilots, The Cult, and Alice in Chains, Still Warning set out to play the style of rock n’ roll they felt was missing in today’s musical landscape. “I am sure we will hear a lot of this band in the near future.” States

Still Warning made their live debut a few months after forming at the multi genre “Atlanta Music Scene Showcase” alongside 30 of Atlanta’s best bands. They take a DIY grass roots approach to promoting the band with a “one fan at a time” attitude. Teaming up with other local, regional, and national touring bands like Stryper, Jake E Lee's Red Dragon Cartel, Vicious Rumors, Kickin Valentina, and Station, they have been building a solid fan base, and are currently booking shows around the South East. Their first single “Good Times” can be heard on both 99X and Rock 100.5’s locals shows. Hair Metal Mansion ranked their EP as one of the Top 5 EP releases of 2017. “We’re overwhelmed with the response we’ve received so far, and can’t thank everyone enough for their support of our new EP. It’s something we’re very proud of,” states bassist Michael Hildebrand.

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Still Warning from Atlanta, GA was formed in the fall of 2016 by former members of Hell’s Attic Tony Madewell (guitar), Michael Hildebrand (bass) and Mike Cyphers (drums). Together with their vocalist Billy Bosler this band has years of experience making music. Their unique mix of dirty, bluesy and energetic rock ‘n’ roll first pleased the crowds of the “Atlanta Music Scene Showcase”.

In July/August of 2017 they started recording their debut album. Songs like “4GeTMeKnot” and “Good Times” are sure to get the crowd on their feet, and their cover of Johnny Cash’s “Ring of Fire” will stay in your ear hours later. Ex-Project Metal Music’s writer Robert calls it “foot-stompin’, head-bobbin’, kick ass rock ‘n’ roll with a southern charm”

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