The burgeoning rock scene in Savannah has summed a new live music place to the developing menu of choices. Wingmen Motorcycle Club is unfolding their clubhouse on the Ross Road to public just for live music shows on Friday and Saturday nights.Christopher Horton, a longtime Savannah music artist, has become co-director for music for the club. Working very closely with the music director of the club as well as patched member Rocker John (whose real name is hidden), Horton, a Savannah band IAMSOUND member, is serving to promote the whole new place with a singular aim as the mission.Horton told that at present, it appears like there are a lot of new bands in Savannah. They were trying to make this the place for people to come and to be able to get their feet wet. They want new bands, guys that are ready to get out there and gig. They have called every place in Savannah and nobody knows who they are yet.The club and Horton have now ascended with a business model which not just benefits the club, but also emerging bands in Savannah music scene. Every band is handed roughly seventy five tickets to sell for the event at US$ 5 each piece. The bands keep every proceeds from the ticket sales.Horton added that that is the opportunity for the band. They do not have the budget to give everyone US$ 200. Therefore, if you go out and do the leg work when you are a brand new band, get out there and sell the tickets and get your name out there, that is going to be an expensive gig for you.
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