Pop Evil Share Favorite St. Patrick’s Day Hangouts
The gents of Pop Evil have been heating up radio with three consecutive hits off their latest album, 2011’s ‘War of Angels.’ The disc’s singles ‘Last Man Standing,’ ‘Monster You Made’ and ‘Boss’s Daughter’ have all cracked the Top 10 of the mainstream rock chart.
Pop Evil are touring nonstop in 2012, including an upcoming jaunt with Theory of a Deadman. The band, which is playing a St. Patrick’s Day show tonight (March 17) in Hagerstown, Md., took some time out to offer Loudwire a list of its favorite spots to rock out and hang out on St. Paddy’s Day. Here’s what they had to say about the St. Patrick’s Day shows, followed by a list of their favorite places to be on the holiday and a brief description of each hangout:
We usually play shows on or around St. Paddy’s Day! There were a few shows where the club booked St. Paddy’s Day weekends around our shows, too. All we can say is its not easy to play the shows due to the festivities before the show! We are looking forward to this year as we are in the Baltimore/Maryland area once again for St. Paddy’s Day! — Pop Evil
Pop Evil’s Top 5 St. Patrick’s Day Hangouts:
Club La Vela in Panama City, Fla.
Spring break St. Paddy’s Day style! Sun, green beer and a lot of So Co & lime…
Ecks Saloon in Denver, Colo.
For some reason the drink of choice was Ol’ Man Coors. My stomach didn’t feel to good the next day.
Pub Crawl in Chicago, Ill.
Green Beer and Car Bombs!
Fells Point Pub Crawl in Baltimore, Md.
Every pub has its own specialty drink! One I remember was Jameson with Pickle Juice…
Blind Pig in Ann Arbor, Mich.
Green PBR out of the tap!