Death to False Hope Fest III

Death to False Hope Fest III Advance tickets are limited and going fast for the badassedest punkfest north of Florida. All the cool kids will be here: Ann Beretta Pink Flag Austin Lucas Jkutchma and the 5 Fifths Pj Bond Worship This! The Scandals The Jukebox Romantics Chris Pinto (Of Downbound City/Minnesota’s Calling) Andy Thomas (Of Tin Horn Prayer) The Sky We Scrape The Bastages The Mercators Museum Mouth Campaign The Revision Plan B Side Project Rothenbeck American Steel Blacklist Royals Mixtapes Toon Red Collar Luther Banquets Arliss Nancy Hold Tight! Gunner’s Daughter Lost Empires Worship This! The Scandals Downbound City Old Flings Almost People This is Your Life Drag Your Chains Museum Mouth Radio Reds Ascetic Parade Death to False Hope Fest III on Facebook In the Showroom & Garage Bar. Doors @ 1:30 PM Show @ 2:00 PM ALL AGES! Drop by Motorco to buy advance tickets and save the service...

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Death to False Hope Fest III

Death to False Hope Fest III Advance tickets are limited and going fast for the badassedest punkfest north of Florida. All the cool kids will be here: Ann Beretta Pink Flag Austin Lucas Jkutchma and the 5 Fifths Pj Bond Worship This! The Scandals The Jukebox Romantics Chris Pinto (Of Downbound City/Minnesota’s Calling) Andy Thomas (Of Tin Horn Prayer) The Sky We Scrape The Bastages The Mercators Museum Mouth Campaign The Revision Plan B Side Project Rothenbeck American Steel Blacklist Royals Mixtapes Toon Red Collar Luther Banquets Arliss Nancy Hold Tight! Gunner’s Daughter Lost Empires Worship This! The Scandals Downbound City Old Flings Almost People This is Your Life Drag Your Chains Museum Mouth Radio Reds Ascetic Parade Death to False Hope Fest III on Facebook In the Showroom & Garage Bar. Doors @ 4:30 PM Show @ 5:00 PM ALL AGES! Drop by Motorco to buy advance tickets and save the service...

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An Evening with David Lindley

David Lindley Multi-instrumentalist David Lindley performs music that redefines the word “eclectic.” Lindley, well known for his many years as the featured accompanist with Jackson Browne, and leader of his own band El Rayo-X, has long championed the concept of world music. The David Lindley electro-acoustic performance effortlessly combines American folk, blues, and bluegrass traditions with elements from African, Arabic, Asian, Celtic, Malagasy, and Turkish musical sources. Lindley incorporates an incredible array of stringed instruments including but not limited to Kona and Weissenborn Hawaiian lap steel guitar, Turkish saz and chumbus, Middle Eastern oud, and Irish bouzouki. The eye-poppingly clad “Mr. Dave’s” uncanny vocal mimicry and demented sense of humor make his onstage banter a highlight of the show. Website Facebook Event Doors Open at 7pm Seated Show...

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La Santa Cecilia

La Santa Cecilia Named after the patron saint of music, La Santa Cecilia is composed of accordionist and requinto player Jose ‘Pepe’ Carlos, bassist Alex Bendaña, percussionist Miguel ‘Oso’ Ramirez, and vocalist ‘La Marisoul’. With captivating voice that sings about love, loss, and disappointment, the band has become the voice of a new bicultural generation in the United States, fully immersed in modern music, but still close to their Latin American influences and Mexican heritage. Website Facebook Twitter Instagram Youtube Channel Triple Fret Triple Fret is an electric ensemble from the Triangle region in North Carolina, featuring Mike Babyak on lap steel and electric guitars, along with a rotating lineup of great instrumentalists, including E. Scott Warren on bass and Mike Rosado on percussion. Also look for special guests like Steve Kimock Scott Sawyer, Will McFarlane, Danny Gotham, Leo Kishore, or Hank Smith. Their repertoire includes original material that stretches over a wide range of genres, including Afropop, Latin, jazz, blues, and rock, along with occasional cover material including Zappa, Hendrix, and others. Website Facebook Twitter Facebook Event Doors Open at 7pm...

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CANCELLED: Aaron Lee Tasjan

Aaron Lee Tasjan Truth in advertising—In the Blazes finds Aaron Lee Tasjan more than just one toke over the line. But it’s cool. The charmingly self­deprecating underdog of an East Nashville songwriter can handle his shit. Instead of the munchies, young gun Tasjan—who cut his teeth playing lead guitar in late­period incarnations of The New York Dolls and Drivin N Cryin—wound up with one hell of a debut LP. In December 2014, Tasjan spent a week recording In the Blazes at New Monkey Studio in Los Angeles, the same hallowed space where Elliott Smith cut his final record From a Basement on the Hill. At the helm for the sessions was Tasjan’s good buddy Eli Thomson of the band Everest, whom he’d met on tour while pulling a stint with Brooklyn indie­folk outfit Alberta Cross, and who produced Delta Spirit’s Ode to Sunshine. “Eli is a very grounded dude, personality­wise—he has a zen way of being,” Tasjan says. “On a subconscious level, that’s a comforting thing to be around during the creative process. You’re relaxed enough to try new things and blow it. And for better or worse, part of my thing is messing up—I have to mess it up first to do it great. Really, that idea permeates my life, far beyond being a songwriter,” Tasjan explains. “I always identify with the underdog. Some people, if you look at ’em, you wouldn’t think much of them, but then they surprise you. It turns out there’s something about them that blows your mind. And that’s kind of the overarching theme of most of the songs on In the Blazes. Website Facebook Twitter Rob Nance & the Lost Souls Rob Nance is set to release his second album, Signal Fires, on April 21, 2015. The album finds Nance broadening the sound he introduced with his first effort, 2013’s Lost Souls & Locked Doors. Incorporating a wide range of musical styles and instruments- everything from pedal steel guitars to retro Casio synthesizers, Rob made a conscious...

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