Feed the People 1st Annual Food Drive by Shawmaynes and Ol Boy
It's the time of the year again when we are all supposed to give thanks over tables of food that ends up going old in the fridge during the next few weeks. In a time of such bounty its easy to forget all those who do not even have a table to enjoy a meal across. Shawmaynes and Ol Boy have teamed up with 123 Pleasant Street and The Bartlet House to Feed The People and party with a purpose.
- Sunday, November 19
- 123 Pleasant Street - Morgantown, WV
- Doors 9pm
- Music 10pm-2am
- Tickets - $10 or 5 non-perishable food items (swing by Dollar General on High St. and grab a few cans on teh way down to the show)
- Flow Approved
---***--- All proceeds go directly to the Bartlet House to assist in their Thanksgiving dinner.-----____****_____
Shawmaynes & Ol Boy
------- Line Up ------
--- Dr. Purp ---
--- Booger ---
--- Guilty ---
--- Indigo Union ---
"Indigo Union is comprised of five close friends, all from Baltimore, MD. Their "just play" approach to music allows them to produce organic melodies and rhythms brought on from current emotions. Not only does this lift any restrictive barriers to creativity, but also greatly intensifies the realism of each song. With their elaborate spectrum of sounds, their ultimate goal is to unite people, with diverse musical tastes, together."
--- The Devils Cut ---
"The Devils Cut is an American Rock N Roll band from Lansing, MI formed in 2010. While refining its sound over time and enduring member changes along the way, TDC hooked up with its current family East Grand Record Company in 2013. The current lineup includes Joe Fox (guitar/vox), Pat Hogan (bass/vox), Corey Staley (guitar/vox), Derek Vaive (drums) and Matt Waterman (keys/vox). Throughout the years as road dogs, playing countless shows in dirty dives across the country, TDC has established themselves as a group that is not afraid to sacrifice for what they were born to do. With their third release on East Grand Record Co., People Let You Down (September 2017), The Devils Cut hopes to bring rock n roll back to the motherland. That place where being alive meant you were most in danger, expressed through pathos and rebellion. The sound of TDC is a testament to the daily struggles each of us face, with a sentiment that sticking together as a family is the only way out. Having nothing left to lose The Devils Cut is gearing up to hit the road harder than ever in 2017, with American and international dates ahead, hoping to revive an American past-time that was born from blood and beyond.
"The Devils Cut mix earnest storytelling with a feeling of camaraderie and debauchery. The experience creates a profound sense of community you just want to be involved in, prompting you to hurl crushed beer cans at the screaming singers. An ear full of raucous music about death and love in Lansing, which leaves you a part of something. It is true American folk poetry, set to a sound that makes you want to mosh the shit out of your body."
~Sam Rose (author and fan)
"music for anyone who has sat on a porch with a beer and watched equipment moved out of a factory after production was outsourced, who has seen the pool hall they grew up in turned in to a convenience store, who has paid their bar tab with a disability check after being hurt on the job."
~Romeosidvicious from Ninebullets.net
---Live Artists and Vendors TBA----
See ya there mayne...
123 Pleasant Street (View)
123 Pleasant Street
Morgantown, WV 26501
|Minimum Age: 18|
|Kid Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|