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To Be a Kid Again

by MariShapiro   May 20, 2010 at 5:01PM  |  Views: 170

Today the Motor City Machine Guns (Chris Sabin and Alex Shelley) take a look at what they do in their free time away from the Wrestling ring.

Chris Sabin

It's been an enjoyable week off, BBQs, video games, relaxing, hanging out with friends and best of all The High Crusade finally got together after a long absence to practice.

The High Crusade is a rock and roll group based out of southeast Michigan consisting of:

Alex Shelley - Lead singer and fellow Motor City Machine Gun with myself.

Petey Williams - Rhythm Guitarist and fellow pro wrestler who fans will always remember as the man with "The Canadian Destroyer."

Adam Tatro - Amazing drummer for THC and all around amazing musician. We grew up together and as much as I committed my life to pro wrestling, he committed his to music.

Chris Plum - Lead Guitar and another amazing musician. He and Adam have another band called Idol and the Whip, which are definitely worth checking out.

And myself on bass guitar. We have been working our asses off for the last several months putting an album together and all the hard work, long nights, and free studio time has paid off.

Yes, free studio time. We are fortunate enough that Adam owns and operates his own music studio: Mainstay Audio Recording located in Whitmore Lake, Michigan. Being able to have unlimited studio time is such a huge advantage for any kind of band. We have been able to smooth out any edges and make the music the very best it can be, without the burden of having to pay for more and more studio time.

THE DAILY FOUR