Wheeling Bitch Circus
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Wheeling Bitch Circus

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The best kept secret in music


"Louder Harder Faster Festival"

"Another of the young bands was the Wheeling Bitch Circus, who was led by a lab coat-wearing freak named Al Eustace, and his band, which included three guitarists! The lead axe-man is an animal named Nate DiDonato who WBC rhythm guitarist Steve Romano described as having “taken lessons, and damn did it pay off.” Steve, I’d have to agree with you, young buck."

-Matthew Hoffman - hardrockhaven.net

"94.1 WYSP FreeFM Philadelphia"

"We like Wheeling Bitch Circus PLENTY..."

-Tommy Conwell, DJ - Loud and Local

"HARM Magazine"

"A Pennsylvania band called WHEELING BITCH CIRCUS kicked the party off. It was a good start. They were loud and fast. The new form of 'speed' that has emerged. Speed without the leather and spikes. Good, loud, fast Rock'N'Roll! See, the Pennsylvanians only suck behind the wheel on route 78."

-Tgod - 666metal.com


Fallen Angel (2006)
Era (2002)
Wheeling Bitch Circus (2000)

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Feeling a bit camera shy


WBC has been around in some form or another since 1998. It's been quite a journey so far. With several lineup changes (eleven members since conception), shows of high-scale (opening the Louder Harder Faster Metalfest at the Crocodile Rock in Allentown) to lowest of lows (some guy's basement in south Philly in front of ten people), and strange occurrences (being booked with bands of TOTALLY DIFFERENT genres, having a fan die of alcohol poisoning at a show and getting revived by paramedics), WBC's seen a lot.

They hate music that's boring, that's why they dedicate themselves to being catchy, fun, yet serious... but, not necessarily all at the same time.

You see, friends, Wheeling Bitch Circus can blend into any crowd. They can play a hardcore show, a punk show, a rock show, a metal show, and a coffee house... and make a great performance at each.

They're drifters, baby. That's what they do.

They're at home in the local bar, comfy playing the intimate venue, but have no problem jumping on a huge stage with a big crowd.

Well, then what ISN'T Wheeling Bitch Circus? Well, they're really not into playing country or new age music, and none of them can dance very well, but don't expect them not to hit the dance floor when the DJ starts kicking it in between sets!

So take a listen, and do what you think feels natural... whether it's banging your head, banging your girl/guy, or just sitting back and relaxing.
Just let the music move you in some way.