BIOHAZARD guitarist Billy Graziadei, along with longtime friend, singer/songwriter Jive Jones, is hosting a party called Machine at Snitch in New York City every Tuesday, and for the opening night, on December 7, he invited KITTIE to perform some songs to welcome in the new club.

Juliya from the Fuse TV show "Uranium" will co-host the night with Graziadei. The opening night (and the first Tuesday of every month) will be a special version of Machine called TaTuesday, featuring tattoos by one of New York City's acclaimed tattoo artists along with piercing and body manipulations both courtesy of Big City Ink, along with guest DJs spinning only the best rock 'n' roll any NYC club has heard in a long time. Many friends and partners, such as Mayhem Custom Cycles, who are building a custom chopper in promotion of the club, are involved.

The monthly party will feature a national band and every other Tuesday of the month will feature some of the top up-and-coming bands from the NYC area with an occasional surprise jam. Snitch has seen many famous faces, from CYPRESS HILL, THE DONNAS, JIVE JONES, PAPA ROACH, ANTHRAX, not to mention co-owners Duff McKagan and Scott Weiland from VELVET REVOLVER and Brett from FUEL. Obviously, opening night will have many guest stars dropping in to help welcome in Graziadei's new venture.

The party kicks off at 10:00 p.m. KITTIE will hit the stage around 12:00 and one of NYC's more promising newcomers, REVOLUTION THEORY, will be playing a few songs to close the night.

Snitch is a private club located in the Chelsea area of New York City. The atmosphere is that of a LARGE tricked-out backstage room with the vibe most musicians crave after a tough NYC audience. A cool place to hang, see bands, all with a laid-back mood, great for after show parties, album listening parties or to just hang out. There is a small and very personal round stage and an awesome sound system designed by the Clair Brothers.

In his newest adventure, the vocalist/guitar player of BIOHAZARD found the club a perfect spot to hold his events. "I always wanted to have a party in a place with a real rock-n-roll vibe and at Snitch I feel that I'm backstage with great music, fellow artists and among some of New York's most beautiful women!" said Graziadei.

Snitch is located at 59 West 21st St., New York, NY 10010 (between Fifth and Sixth avenues).


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