Friday, June 26, 2015

Party with Wilson Saturday Night at the "Right To Rise" Release Show!

This Saturday night hometown rockers Wilson will be hitting the stage at The Crofoot Ballroom in Pontiac! Wilson has been hard at work playing shows around the globe and working on their second full length album Right To Rise which is being released at the big Crofoot show this weekend.

Although the album has not been released yet, you may have heard a track or two on the internet or even on the radio. The WRIF has been playing the title track off the album, "Right To Rise", in regular rotation and "Crave" has been the champion on 89X's People's Choice for weeks now. And now, thanks to Alternative Press, you can stream the entire album online here.

If you like what you hear you can either pick the album this weekend at the release show or order Right To Rise at Not only does this album include awesome music, but it also has some pretty rad artwork. The cover and all of the artwork for the album are photos by Mr. Joe Gall, so we suggest that you pick up a hard copy either on CD or Vinyl. Plus when you pre-order the album you will get a download of the tracks, too!

Saturday at The Crofoot Wilson will be joined by Citizen Zero, Red Stone Souls, and Wolfshark. Tickets are only $10 in advance and can be purchased here. The day of the show ticket prices will go up to $15, but we will be shocked if this show isn't sold out. So, don't be a dope. Pick tickets up ahead of time. After Saturday's show Wilson will be hitting the road again for most of the summer. So this will be the only chance you have to see the guys at home.

We are so excited for the dudes in Wilson and wish them continued success. This all couldn't be happening to a better bunch of guys! We've had a blast partying and working with these guys over the past few years and can't wait to party with them again at their big show on Saturday! Get ready for a night of Fuckery!!!

And just because we feel like reminiscing now, here's one of the very first videos we ever did for Hip In Detroit and it just happens to be with Wilson. Oh, how much things change in a few short years. 


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