In fact, local niche concert bookers and promotors Wolfpack Productions put shows on at the Buffalo Rose throughout the year. It’s become a gloriously strange little sanctuary for those in the region who are still drawn to big 1980s rock-and-roll anthems and all of the spandex fantasy that comes with them. In many ways, the Buffalo Rose couldn’t be farther from the Sunset Strip, but once inside when a band such as Every Mother’s Nightmare, Jetboy or Faster Pussycat is performing, you could be at the Roxy or the Whisky in ’86.
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