In 2004, in a small town only about 200 miles east of Memphis, a local pop rock band signed with Fueled By Ramen Records.
The following year, their debut album turned heads nationwide, and in 2007, their second album thrust them into the national mainstream spotlight.
Three albums, a Grammy, and countless singles later, and they’ve achieved legendary status.
This is a tribute to Paramore.
THAT’S WHAT YOU GET WHEN YOU LET YOUR HEART WIN
Saturday, February 23, 2019
Doors at 7:00 PM
$12 ADV / $12 DOS
F E A T U R I N G
// Covering songs from All We Know Is Falling //
Pop Rock from Memphis, TN
Sleeping Few features members of Sleeping Seasons and You The Few.
// Covering songs from Riot! //
Grunge / Art Rock from Memphis, TN
For fans of Smashing Pumpkins, Nirvana, Sonic Youth, and mewithoutYou.
// Covering songs from Brand New Eyes //
R&B / Soul from Memphis, TN
New single, “Have A Seat”, streaming now.
MY FRIEND CHRIS
// Covering songs from Paramore (self-titled) //
Melodic Rock from Memphis, TN
My Friend Chris are formerly known as Hand Grenades. New EP and music video for “Living Hell” out now. For fans of Taking Back Sunday, A Day To Remember, and Fall Out Boy.
Show at 6pm
Come out to Growler’s on February 24th for a night of entertainment and giving back! Operation Broken Silence is a nonprofit organization that donates to education programs located at the Yida Refugee Camp in Sudan. They are currently funding a top-performing primary school and a new high school there. The Operation Broken Silence Benefit Concert will feature Memphis-based artists with varying genres such as hip-hop, r&b, folk, neo-soul, and alt rock. Let’s hang out and drink to good music, good beer, and a worthy cause!
Infera Bruo is bringing their Northeastern brand of black metal to the Memphis. Local support from from Epoch of Unlight, Process of Suffocation, and Hate Doctrine.
Doors @ 7 $8adv/$10dos
Featuring Space Jesus
with Support by Buku, Toadface, and Huxley Anne
Saturday, March 2nd 2019
$20 Advance / $25 Day of Show
6pm Doors/7pm show
Black Cream is a newly formed conglomerate of some of Memphis’ musical prodigies. Lead guitarist and good soul, TO Crivens flies high with his attention to feel and detail during his solos that make the room stand still. The Band is anchored by bassist, Dr. Derek Brassel, the coolest cat in every room and unofficially certified as the groove doctor, whose bass lines are spell binding. On drums and vocals, Courtney Barnes displays jaw-dropping skill and vocal finesse, oftime harmonizing with his brother, Chris Barnes, who rounds out the Black Cream team on vocals and percussion with the charismatic presence of a baptist preacher and the vocal abilities of your favorite soul crooner.
Ask 50 people and you might get 50 different answers.
But for this one night in March, all of us will have the same answer: tequila.
($4 tequila shots and $5 house margaritas all night)
Friday, March 8, 2019
Doors at 6:30 PM
$10 ADV / $12 DOS
F E A T U R I N G
Dad Rock from Memphis, TN — Debut Show!
Debut single, “Coming Down”, available on Bandcamp. Speck Joliet features Phill Palmer, formerly of Kavatica.
Political Rock from Memphis, TN
New album available February 2019.
90’s Inspired Rock / Reggae from Memphis, TN
For fans of Red Hot Chili Peppers and Oasis.
Drunk Sad Rock and Roll from Philadelphia, PA
Sophomore album, “Foul”, out now.
Garage Rock from Memphis, TN
For fans of loud three-pieces.
THE BEARS OF BAD NEWS
Acoustic Duo from Memphis, TN
The Bears of Bad News features Tyler Berretta of The Everdeens.
Booking & Events in Memphis, TN
3PM Doors/4PM Show
$7 ADV / $10 DOS
Early show of Nashville sounds! Three Nashville-based bands, each with a unique sound. There's something here for everyone.
Haunted Like Human is bringing a new roots voice to Nashville: two parts folk, one part Americana, and a dash of indie vibes. Classically trained guitarist Cody Clark has played everything from post-hardcore to jazz. Vocalist Dale Chapman grew up writing prose and poetry, and she brings her strong imagery and storytelling into her music. A combination of Northwestern grit and Southern charm, the two strive to create a unique and intimate listening experience.
The music is king for Casey Fitz and the Nightshift. Whether they’re under the lights on stage or putting the finishing touches on a recording, every ounce of the band’s passion for playing fills the air. Recently relocated from New Orleans, LA to Nashville, this self-described folk-funk five-piece continues to break genre boundaries to create music that they hope moves audiences. Casey and the band recently completed their first tour across the Midwest and are preparing for new music releases and more touring in 2019.
Comedie is reviving rock one power-chord at a time.
7PM Doors / 8PM Show
$7 ADV/$10 DOS
Nerveshatter: Hardcore, doom, noise metal from NY
Evince - Soul Metal from Dyersburg
Walking on Landmines: when hardcore hooks up with jazz and has a panic attack https://walkingonlandmines.bandcamp.com/
Ritual Vessel: doom sludge from Mississippi