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&#;Fast N&#; Loud&#;: Richard Rawlings&#; Gas Monkey Live Closes

Fast N&#; Loud star Richard Rawlings is saying goodbye to his prized concert and bar venue, Gas Monkey Live. What do we know about the bar&#;s closure and is it due to Covid?

Gas Monkey Live Is Closing

Gas Monkey Live is closing. Yes, Richard Rawlings&#; dream concert venue, where bands like Motley Crüe performed is shutting down. The spacious concert and bar venue was the place to see live and intimate shows. In addition, this gorgeous establishment was also a favorite place for bands. Did it close down due to the coronavirus?

Why did it close? According to Dallas Culture Map, who spoke to an employee, the reason was not due to Covid Yes, the club shut down in March, during the coronavirus quarantine, but the official closure had to do with more complicated issues. Said employee shared that &#;The closure had more to do with landlord issues, the situation just accelerated the timeline.&#; Sounds like the world pandemic just made this happen faster.

They also suggest that the main reason why Gas Monkey Live failed was due to the overall space of the venue vs customers. There is a profit ratio when you pack in people, and the venue was too spacious to really turn the sort of profit that keeps a venue running longterm.

But, like lemon cars, restaurants and bars can be finicky. Richard has been involved in the restaurant and bar business since his first opening in But that even has a sad story. According to the Killeen Daily Herald, Richard’s first Richard Rawling’s Garage in Harker Height’s, Texas closed down in early March Does Richard Rawlings still own any bars? He certainly does!

Richard Rawlings Still Has Gas Monkey Bar N&#; Grill

Richard Rawlings was the face of GML, just as he is for the Gas Monkey Garage. But, Richard knows that he needs pros running things. In the case of GML, he hired Alex Mendonsa, formerly of the House of Blues. But, don&#;t worry about Richard. The Gas Monkey Bar N&#; Grill is still open. In fact, the Dallas location closest to the now-closed Gas Monkey Live location is being remodeled in order to accommodate live concerts.

Richard has a lot of businesses. From Gas Monkey tequila to energy drinks, he has his hand in a lot of businesses. But, it sounds like Richard&#;s restaurants were a main reason that Fast N’ Loud Season 15 was so dramatically delayed. Fans had waited over a year for new shows back in But, many speculated that Richard was dealing with a $6 million dollar lawsuit with this Gas Monkey Bar N&#; Grill.

As TV Shows Ace previously reported, Richard was sued by the former restaurant manager, Daniel Flaherty. Richard was accused of being &#;disruptive&#; and asking a lot of questions, delaying construction. There were also money issues surrounding this lawsuit. Richard accused Flaherty for bad bookkeeping practices. Anyone who watches Richard&#;s show Garage Rehab knows that Rawlings has a lot of rules around keeping the books current and knowing the financial health of a business.

Have you visited one of the Gas Monkey eating or concert establishments? Be sure to catch Richard Rawlings and the Monkeys on Fast N&#; Loud on Monday nights. The supersized final Fast N&#; Loud Season 16 episode, &#;Fanning The Favorites,&#; airs on Monday, June 8, on Discovery.

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In northwest Dallas, Gas Monkey Live has permanently closed, CultureMap reported Tuesday. Founded by Richard Rawlings, star of the hit reality show Fast N’ Loud, the live music venue known mostly for metal shows opened in Mötley Crüe performed at the venue the following year.

Scheduled shows will be moved over to Gas Monkey Bar N’ Grill, the rustic biker bar nearby with an outdoor stage in the back. This is, however, probably a letdown for anyone familiar with both stages. Gas Monkey Live had impressive sound and production, as well as a design that made the stage visible from virtually any place in the room, which had a capacity of 3,

Richard Rawlings of Gas Monkey Garage is the star of cable TV show 'Fast 'n Loud.'

Gas Monkey Bar N’ Grill’s back patio has a much less impressive stage and a capacity of 1, It also has significantly inferior sound and was plagued by weather issues at least a few times last year.

The Locust performed at Gas Monkey Bar N’ Grill on a surprisingly cold night in October, for example, and the venue couldn’t even keep the rain off the band while they were onstage. The group was visibly frustrated and walked away from the crowd after an abbreviated set. Watching the show in the rain or from inside the restaurant, fans who showed up to see the The Locust perform in the area for the first time in several years were also disappointed.

The outdoor shows have not been particularly well-attended, and Gas Monkey Bar may be on borrowed time. In , the business filed a $6 million lawsuit against Rawlings, who responded with a lawsuit of his own last year.

Rawlings still operates Gas Monkey Garage on Merrell Road.

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Gas Monkey Live

Gas Monkey Live was[2] an American music venue in Dallas, Texas, owned by Richard Rawlings, star of American television program Fast N' Loud and owner of both Gas Monkey Garage and Gas Monkey Bar N' Grill.


On October 11, , Rawlings, Alex Mendonsa (who ran the House of BluesLas Vegas),[3] talent buyer Peter Ore (former Vice President of Talent Live Nation Denver) in addition to brothers Mike and Dan Flaherty[4] of United Commercial Realty,[5] started Gas Monkey Live at the location where the former Toby Keith's I Love This Bar & Grill was established[6] in Northwest Dallas.[1] With a footprint of 3,&#;m2 (38,&#;sq&#;ft),[7][8] the facility is used predominantly for live music and can hold up to people.[1] American punk rock band Social Distortion[9] performed at the location on opening day.[4]

Midway through their "All Bad Things Must End" tour,[10] American rock band Mötley Crüe started in November by working with Dodge[11] for a free show[12] named "Dodge Rocks Gas Monkey",[13] which was restricted to only owners of Dodge Charger,[14]Challenger[15] and Viper vehicles.[16] At the performance, Dodge presented the Dodge Charger SRT Hellcat as well as the Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat.[17][18]

In May , the venue closed.[2]


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