THE DIZZY RACERS

THE DIZZY RACERS

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Get ready to embark in the most exhilarating rock'n roll ride in years. Performing songs about cars, trucks and motorcycles, dressed on stage as race car drivers, gas tanks as guitar amps, THE DIZZY RACERS redefine the expression “Garage Band” and will be rockin’ and rollin' your town soon!

Biography

The Dizzy Racers performed for the first time in a small club in Montreal on April 6th 2007. Since, they've written and performed the title song to one of the highest grossing movies in canadian theatres in 2007 - Nitro, launched their first single in June, and a videoclip in July. They've played in F1 Grand-Prix's, NASCAR races... and then released their début album in december 2007: Freedom Road, distributed in Canada by Universal music.

Their second single, "At the end of the road" is due to hit canadian radio stations on first week of February 2008.

Discography

FREEDOM ROAD
Release date - december 4, 2007
ROAD TRAIN records/Universal music/Dep distribution.

Single: AT THE END OF THE ROAD. 2:30
Radio promotion
TORPILLE promo radio
Jean-Francois Charest
(450) 787-3141
jf@torpille.ca

Set List

Nitro
Road Train Bill
Highway Patrol Lady
Aerodynamic
Old Rusty Tractor
I Rob Banks
I Wanna Be Free
The Dizzy Racers (Theme)
At the End of the Road
Freedom Road

other songs (covers)

Born to Be Wild (Steppenwolf)
Born to Run (Bruce Springsteen)
Crosstown Traffic (Jimi Hendrix)
Radar Love (Golden Earing)
I'm bad, I'm nationwide (ZZ Top)
No particular place to go (Chuck Berry)
Running Down a Dream (Tom Petty)
Drive My Car (The Beatles)
Mr Cab Driver (Lenny Kravitz)
Cars (Gary Numan)
Build for speed (The Stray Cats)
Brand New Cadillac (The Clash)
Black Cars (Gino Vanelli)
Rock' N ' Route 66 (Alec Mac)
Sweet Hitchiker (CCR)
Highway Chile (Jimi Hendrix)
Highway Star (Deep Purple)
Last Kiss (Pearl Jam)
I'm in love with my car (Queen)
Where The Streets Have No Name (U2)
Road To Nowhere (Talking heads)
Life is a Highway (Tom Cochrane)
Pink Cadillac (Bruce Springsteen)
Gasoline Alley (Rod Stewart)
Drivin' (The Kinks)
Roadhouse Blue (The Doors)
Drive (The