Mac Sabbath Brings Flavor Packed Tour to Nashville


A evening of sinfully good music Mac Sabbath, the wildly popular parody band known for combining the music of Black Sabbath with the bizarre world of fast food made a pit stop in Nashville, Tenenssee.  Performing at the iconic Exit/In music venue, this highly anticipated event was sure to be a night filled with good music, unforgettable performances, and an atmosphere that will leave fans craving for more. Exit/In, located in the heart of Nashville’s Music Row, has been a staple of the music scene since its opening in 1971. As one of the oldest standing venues in the city, it has hosted some of the most legendary acts in rock and roll history. With its intimate setting and top-notch sound system, Exit/In provides an unparalleled live music experience with a intimate setting, fans have a up close and personal experience like no other.

Mac Sabbath, a band that has taken the music world by storm, is known for their eccentric stage presence and incredible musical talent. Combining the iconic imagery of fast-food mascots with the raw energy of heavy metal, Mac Sabbath has created a truly unique and unforgettable sound. Their lead singer, Ronald Osbourne, a playful parody of Ronald McDonald, delivers powerful vocals that are both impressive and captivating. Accompanied by the mysterious Slayer MacCheeze on guitar, Grimalice on bass, and the Catburglar on drums, the band’s performance is nothing short of spectacular. With their infectious energy and over-the-top theatrics, Mac Sabbath’s live shows have become legendary. From start to finish, the band takes the audience on an exhilarating journey through a flavor filled world of fast-food mischief, blending familiar melodies with hard-hitting guitar riffs. Performing the classic Mac Sabbath hits, such as “Frying Pan,” “More Ribs,” and “Sweet Beef,” combined with a few surprises that will keep fans on their toes. The band’s dedication to their craft is evident in every performance, as they bring their eccentric characters to life and deliver a show that is both visually stunning and musically outstanding. As the night came to a end, fans stood in awe of the performance they just witnessed.

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The More Than Meats the Eye tour began on September 27th in Felton, California and hit several major cities including Charlotte, Dallas, Denver, and Portland before closing out on November 19th in Los Angeles. Although this tour is coming to a close, stay tuned for more to come from Mac Sabbath.

Photos By: BrittMae Photography

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