Rumours Live - A Fleetwood Mac Tribute, .357 Lover, Balthrop, Alabama, Awkward Book Club (Songwriters in the Round)

Rumours Live - A Fleetwood Mac Tribute

.357 Lover

Balthrop, Alabama

Awkward Book Club (Songwriters in the Round)

Fri, January 18, 2013

Doors: 7:00 pm / Show: 8:00 pm


This event is 21 and over

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Rumours Live - A Fleetwood Mac Tribute - (Set time: 11:00 PM)
Rumours Live - A Fleetwood Mac Tribute
Rumours - A Tribute To Fleetwood Mac was imagined as a one-time-only concert for a Motherlodge program that took place in Louisville in Fall of 2010. The players and singers of the band play the music of the 70's supergroup from their hearts. It's a toss up if you will enjoy yourself as much as they do but you should try.

Danny Flannigan (gtr/vox)
Kimmet Cantwell (vox)
John Byrne (gtr)
Natalie Bajandas (keys/vox)
Tim Halcomb (bass)
Ray Rizzo (drums/vox)
.357 Lover - (Set time: 10:00 PM)
.357 Lover
.357 Lover is an arena rock/glam rock band originally from Denton, TX. Moving to NYC, they became a backing band for both John Cameron Mitchell of Hedwig and Andrew WK, respectively. In addition to supporting Andrew WK, they've supported They Might Be Giants and Ben Folds. At the Ars Nova Theater, they staged the rock opera Alice Wakeman and are planning to do it again. They also collaborated with Circus Una in the production of the rock musical Circus By the Sea. .357 Lover consists of RonSalvo (drums), Avi Fox-Rosen (guitar), Steve Dawson (guitar) Dave Wallin (bass), and Corn Mo (piano and vocals). .357 Lover’s dynamics include power-chord riffs and densely-packed, narrative structures, a homunculus of Queen and Tiny Tim. The first EP Your Favorite Hamburger is Cheeseburger was released in 2007. The long-playing sophomore effort Diorama of the Golden Lion was released in 2009. This year will see the third release The Purchase of the North Pole.
Balthrop, Alabama - (Set time: 9:00 PM)
Balthrop, Alabama
In 2006, Alabama-born songwriter-siblings Pascal and Lauren Balthrop moved to New York City to start a band and ended up founding a town. Balthrop, Alabama, population 11 or so, is their bustling folk rock township.

Musically, the band straddles the fine line between antebellum and antifolk, reconstructing indie pop with songs of love, dead people, and dead people in love. One fan described the town's genre as "barnyard epic indie rock." In 2007, they released their double-album debut, Your Big Plans and Our Little Town, on the nascent End Up label, followed by a series of EPs: the rebellious God Loves My Country and the companion records Subway Songs and Cowboy Songs.
Awkward Book Club (Songwriters in the Round) - (Set time: 8:00 PM)