Before the going gets tough inside the ring when Juergen Braehmer defends his WBA Light Heavyweight Championship against Roberto Bolonti on June 7, some hard rock will take center stage. Newcomers “Blues Pills” are going to perform their hit single “Devil Man” at the Sport- und Kongresshalle Schwerin, Germany to get fight fans in the right mood for the local hero’s homecoming bout. Moreover, Braehmer likes the song: “I love some hard riffs to tune up myself for a fight and that’s what I get.”
Blues Pills is currently hyped as the “Next Big Thing” in all of hard rock, with one band member not even in his twenties. Guitarist Dorian Sorriaux is a merely 17 years old. Lead singer Elin Larsson (20) says that they will enjoy their performance on June 7: “We are really excited and looking forward to get the crowd going.“
As the Band is young, so are they international. Larsson is from Sweden, Sorriaux hails from France and bass player Zack Anderson as well as drummer Cory Berry were born in the USA. Blues Pills will release their premiere album named after the band on July 25.
Tickets for the fight night at the Sport- und Kongresshalle Schwerin, Germany on June 7 are available via www.eventim.de.