The Atomic Blue
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The Atomic Blue

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"Local Music Review"

“It is rare these days to come across a good three piece band and it is even more rare that you find one of this caliber.”

-Dave Ritter - The Gist

"Show of the Week"

“Of all the jillions of young bands that have ever tried to sound like Led Zepplin, Madison’s Atomic Blue might be the only one capable of playing a decent cover of ‘Immigrant Song’.”

-Unknown - The Onion

"CD Release Party"

“The power trio preformed a blazing set that had the entire venue on its feet and rocking.”

-Rick Tvedt - Rick's Cafe

"Live Review"

"Atomic Blue is one of the hottest new bands they put on a highly energetic show. Check this band out." - Rick Tvedt, Rick's Cafe - Rick's Cafe


The Atomic Blue's
"Take the Ride"
Indie Release '06
"The album sounds like a rediscovery of what impact rock can have on a social level and of what sounds can emanate from a Fender guitar."
- Rick Tvedt, RICK'S CAFE



“The Atomic Blue is one of the best acts I’ve seen yet. It’s amazing that a trio can create such a huge sound, and send so much energy towards an audience.”
-Dave Ritter, THE GIST

Straight out of Madison, Wisconsin emerges a powerful band known as The Atomic Blue. The sound, energy, and presence put forth by these three individuals impart the feeling of numerous musicians upon stage. Mixing soul, blues, punk, pop, and rock, their music relates to all generations of music enthusiasts. The outrageous guitar and vocal work of Brad Hennig, is surely being channeled from a different time and place within the universe. The thunderous drums of Andrew Rupnow, who is undoubtedly a descendant of some creature of myth known only for shaking the earth. Finally Leroy Wipperfurth whose bass notes reach even the deepest depths of the ocean floor, will engulf, overpower, and ensnare all listeners.

Upon the release of their first album “Take the Ride” The Atomic Blue has gained nothing aside of respect and admiration from their peers within the music industry. The album flows through all spectrums, seasons, and reasons why music still makes the earth turn, it is soul pleasing and harmonious. From the catchy riffs and vocal quips on songs such as “Lady Devil” and “Dust and Talk” to the amazing extended jam on title track “Take the Ride” this album is only the first in a long line of many.

The members of The Atomic Blue have only this in mind when they show up for a performance: give the crowd what they came for. Which translates to a good time that will have people dancing, grooving, screaming, and calling for more. The following day all who witnessed this band’s thoughts, songs, and soul are imbued with energy that truly is atomic.

Venues played at-
High Noon
The Klinic
The Angelic
The Dry Bean
The Inferno
Wando's Bar
Club Tavern
Big E's Beach Club- Edgerton, WI
City Limits- Hayward, WI
Red Line Tap- Chicago
Bono's- Chicago
Pallywackers- Burbank, IL
McAllifes- Milwaukee
Riverwest Commons- Milwaukee
The Red Sea- St. Paul, MN
The Uptown Bar- Minneapolis, MN
The Reverb- Cedar Falls, IA
Mojo's Bar- Waterloo, IA
Oldfields- Columbus,OH

Bands played with-
This World Fair
Selfish Gene
Run Side Down
Good Time Camper
The Steez
Planet of 9
20 Reasons Taken
Union Pulse
.....and many more