Happy (almost) weekend! It really is the best part of the week. So naturally you want to make the most of your three days, right? We’re here to help! Below we’ve compiled a list of shows going on this weekend to help making plans go a little smoother. Enjoy!
Friday September 27 – Antigone Rising with special guest A Fragile Tomorrow @ Eddie’s Attic
Founding sisters Cathy and Kristen Henderson have always had the same philosophy. Play better than the boys and make sure the fans feel like part of the family. Catch these sensational ladies live!
Come hear the classics you fell in love with live!
They’ve toured with The Drive By Truckers, opened for The Lumineers, and caught the eye of Rolling Stone’s David Fricke. Catch these rockers live at an intimate venue while you can!
With a successful year of festival invites and an ever larger string of hometown sell-outs behind them in 2012 the band refocused on recording and have a year later emerged with Can’t Talk Medicine. RIYD: Bob Dylan, The Walkmen, Alan Lomax recordings, and The Sonics.
What began with a YouTube sensation has become a full fledged career fueled by originally crafted pop music!
The first of Spunk’s stories, “Sweat,” tells of a young washer woman who is abused and betrayed by her estranged husband, and her ultimate triumph over him. The second story, “Story in Harlem Slang,” is told in 1940’s Harlemese. It is the tale of two street lotharios trying to out-hustle each other. The third and final tale, “The Gilded Six Bits,” is a bittersweet story of an adoring husband’s betrayal by his loving but innocent wife.
Welcome to the world of Electric Six – a down-to-earth Detroit rock band with a sense of humor and plenty of loud guitars.
Come celebrate the best of Celtic rock at RiRa the Irish Pub!
Grant-Lee Phillips is a consummate storyteller, a chronicler of personal and political history and mythology, whose work has been showcased both with his popular band Grant Lee Buffalo and on his own critically acclaimed solo recordings.
New Jersey emo-punks Saves the Day were the soundtrack to many a morning car ride to school. And for good reason. Quirky yet with a strong pop sensibility, Saves The Day came to define emo for a generation. Come to the show and see why.