Feb 7, 2013
Door Time: 7:00 PM
Presented By: ForTheLoveOfPunk

Day: Thursday, February 7, 2013
Door Time: 7:00 PM
Age: All Ages
Advance Ticket Price: $10
Day Of Show Price: $12
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Broadway Calls
Broadway Calls is a punk rock band from Rainier, Oregon. The band has released two records and toured the United States and Canada extensively and often. More recently the band has completed tours in Europe. Broadway Calls have toured with such bands as Alkaline Trio, The Gaslight Anthem, Rancid, The Bouncing Souls, and Bad Religion.
www.myspace.com/broadwaycalls

Red City Radio
Red City Radio

In late 2005 I had given up on music. I was feeling uninspired and jaded celebrating my new found self pity with healthy doses of cynicism and bourbon. I even started to
contemplate the unimaginable possibility of selling all of my musical gear in addition to my beloved vinyl collection. For no other reason than I thought I didn’t need it anymore. Then we started Red City Radio.

This band is a result of four individuals coming together for their collective good. We’ve all fronted our own bands. We’ve all been stage center with guitar in hand belting out the songs we wrote at the show we booked, hoping to sell some shirts we designed. The difference now is that we as a collective are greater than the sum of our parts. We are all in, all of the time. No chief songwriter. No ego trips. No unilateral decisions. We are a unit, a machine, a brotherhood. And at the end of the day is there anyone else you would want to spend 100,000 miles on the road with? If you’re reading this you now know where we are coming from. And if you listen to our music you’ll know who we are. Cheers.

-Paul Pendley


http://www.redcityradio.net/
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Silver Snakes
Silver SnakesPictures of a Floating World, Silver Snakes debut released in August of 2011, is a tribute to free thinking – focusing on societal themes and individuality. It showcases glimpses of rock experimentalists At the Drive In and Fugazi, both major influences on the Snakes’ sound. “Steve and Roger have been good friends of ours for a while. We had always planned to do the record with them since they understood what we were going for in making a 90s influenced, raw rock record,” says Alex on working with Steve Choi and Roger Camero. The album touches on several genres, while not overstaying its welcome in any particular one.
http://www.yearofthesnakes.com
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St. Fall Apart
St. Fall ApartNow that the mid-’90s punk scene is firmly fixed in our cultural rearview mirror, it’s easy to long for a day when pop-punk bands didn’t cover themselves in makeup and bubblegum. Before that nostalgia fix sends you careening to dig out old-school Face To Face and Ten Foot Pole albums, let Denver’s St. Fall Apart scratch that itch. Combining grizzled vocals and crunched-out guitars with the sort of melodic sensibilities that make more clean-cut bands wads of money, the act’s “Whoa Is You” tackles the muscular riffs and larynx-busting vocals of pre-throat surgery Jawbreaker to recall the glory days of East Bay pop punk. - Matt Schild A.V. Club
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