Friday, June 23 2017

After The Burn, The Theatre Zombies, Bloodred Whiskey, Sunday Morning

Presented by: The Space

Doors: 7:00 PM
Tickets: $12.00 / $10.00 ADV
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After The Burn, The Theatre Zombies, Bloodred Whiskey, Sunday Morning

After The Burn

After The Burn are 4 dudes, who’s songs are fed by angst and turmoil. They serve up catchy songs about broken dreams, while leading pretty normal lives along the Jersey Shore.

The Theatre Zombies

Horror themed Hard Rock & Punk created The Theatre Zombies. The horror rock trio from Stratford Connecticut pride themselves on writing fast and fun songs that stretch past the niche and speak to a wide audience of people!

Bloodred Whiskey

BRW was started in January, 2015 by Todd Tesla, and Dave Schmidt after they played together in the New Haven Rock Lottery. The goal of the band was to have no egos, play Punk, and Rock and roll, have fun, and … have more fun. Todd was hot off the heels playing guitar for Horror/Deathrock band Death Church, but since founding member Mange Vorhees moved himself and DC to New Orleans, Todd needed to keep playing, so he wouldn’t get rusty and then die of boredom.. BRW recruited Paul Oppel, formerly of Boiling man, Broken, and tons of other legendary bands, on Bass… after about a year of playing a modest amount of shows, founding drummer Dave Schmidt left In June, 2016, due to his awesome family life, and now, the Band is back, with second guitarist Scott Fitch, and Drummer Dave Gouge..BRW has always been about not having any ego-driven attitude, and not one member steers the band… any member can write, and arrange, so we pride ourselves on constantly writing and getting better, while maintaining a sense of having a great time while doing it… 

Sunday Morning

Sunday Morning is a collaborative Vancouver musical project written by Bruce Wilson (Vocals) and Stephen Hamm (Keyboards.) A melding of dark pop that bridges the duality of the human soul. Sunday Morning is an introspective narrative that fuses Southern musical influences with New York and 1970’s Berlin.