Upcoming Shows

 

September 19

Smile Empty Soul W/ The Complication, Torn Between and Faith In Vain~7pm doors

September 22

10 Years w/ 99 Proof Devils and Static Signal~ Doors open at 7pm

10 Years has come a long way since their inception in 1999. The band landed a deal with Universal/Republic Records on the strength of their two independent releases, 2001’s Into the Half Moon and 2004’s Killing All That Holds You. Their major label debut, 2005’s The Autumn Effect, debuted at No. 1 on Billboard’s Heatseekers Album chart thanks to their breakthrough hit, “Wasteland,” which topped Billboard’s Modern Rock Tracks chart, and “Through the Iris,” which hit No. 20 on Billboard Hot Mainstream Rock Tracks.
The band followed that success with 2008’s Division, featuring co-production work from Rick Parashar (Alice In Chains, Pearl Jam). The album peaked at No. 12 on The Billboard 200 and spawned the hit “Beautiful,” which reached No. 6 on the Hot Mainstream Rock Tracks. The momentum continued with 2010’s Feeding the Wolves, which was produced by Howard Benson (My Chemical Romance, 3 Doors Down) and bowed at No. 17 on The Billboard 200, while the single, “Shoot It Out,” peaked at No. 6 on Hot Mainstream Rock Tracks and spent 25 weeks on the chart. 
The group, which toured the world with such rock greats at Linkin Park, Korn, and Deftones, went back to their indie roots with 2012’s Minus the Machine on their own Palehorse Records, which was part of Warner Music Label Group. The album debuted at No. 2 on the Hard Rock Albums chart, No. 8 on the Top Rock Albums chart, and No. 26 on The Billboard 200.

“We self-produced our last few records, so it was good to give the reigns over to someone else for the first time in awhile. We had to really let go and trust and I think in doing that, it opened us to new ideas and helped us stretch creatively,” says Hasek.

(how to live) AS GHOSTS might be the band’s 8th album. But, to them, it feels like a new start. “There was a heavier, darker tone to our last record because we weren’t in a good place,” adds the singer. “Ghosts has a brighter side to it because we’re all in a really happy, optimistic, and excited place about music and life. We’re ready to see how the world embraces it.”

September 30

Kashmir (Led Zeppelin tribute show) 9pm

KASHMIR is a very entertaining show bringing only the best of LED ZEPPELIN to their fans.  KASHMIR seeks to re-create the experience of a 70’s Zeppelin show utilizing authentic vintage stage gear, costumes, and special effects, with great attention to detail in a non pretentious way.

But most importantly, KASHMIR does not take liberties on improving the music. Led Zeppelin should be played as it was using only the equipment of the era, and should be reproduced dead on with great respect and admiration. “It’s not about us, it’s about Led Zeppelin”.

October 5

Frankie Ballard w/ Distillery Row~7pm

When Frankie Ballard was growing up in Battle Creek, Michigan, his father played him one classic album over and over again: Marty Robbins’ Gunfighter Ballads and Trail Songs, featuring Robbins’ signature hit “El Paso.” Now Ballard, a quick-draw guitarist and rough-hewn singer, has cut his own metaphorical gunfighter album, decamping from Nashville to a gritty El Paso studio to record the follow-up to his 2014 breakout Sunshine & Whiskey.
For Ballard, who scored three consecutive Number One singles off Sunshine & Whiskey — “Helluva Life,” the title track and “Young & Crazy” — it was imperative that he leave behind the safety of Nashville for the wilds of the Mexico border. Setting up shop at the famed Sonic Ranch, just south of El Paso in Tornillo, Texas, Ballard, producer Marshall Altman (Sunshine & Whiskey) and his band threw themselves headlong into the music, eating and sleeping at the studio. Their goal: Make a bona fide album.

If Ballard has an endgame, it’s the longevity of someone like Seger, a career that continues well into the future and transcends any genre. And returns actual, honest playing to the fore.
“I miss musicianship on the radio. Everyone is doing this digital thing and they’re putting all these pop sounds into country music, and I love it. I dance to it at the club. But I don’t do that personally. I don’t even have a computer,” says Ballard, going on to lay out his plan for country music dominance.
“There is something you have to fundamentally understand about me: my dream goes the whole way. It goes all the way. So I want more people hearing my music,” he says. “So what are you going to do, Frankie? Well, I guess I’m going to

October 14

Without U2~8pm

Without U2 performs hits from all the albums, from Boy, October, War, The Unforgettable Fire, Joshua Tree, Rattle and Hum, Achtung Baby, Zooropa, Pop, All That You Can’t Leave Behind, How To Dismantle An Atomic Bomb, No Line on the Horizon, Songs of Innocence and Experience. 

Our members are professional musicians and huge U2 fans. We will not settle for less than complete authenticity.

October 20

Funky Monks~9pm

Funky Monks is America’s premier Red Hot Chili Peppers tribute band, playing all the RHCP radio favorites plus the great punk & funk classics that helped put the multi-Grammy winning Peppers on the map. Since formed in 2003, we’ve had the privilege of playing at venues all across the U.S. as well as internationally. From bar gigs to college fraternity parties and campus events to private parties to city festivals, Funky Monks have traveled all around to entertain fellow Peppers fans.

We are fans playing for fans, and every show is a celebration. While offering selections from a growing catalog of 80+ songs, we focus on giving our audience the same live experience they would expect from a real Peppers concert: stage energy, crowd interaction, funky live jams, random surprise covers and of course all of their biggest hits. Our goal is to make everybody in the venue forget for just a moment that they are watching a tribute band. With uncanny Anthony vocals, funky Flea-style bass, Chad’s heavy-hitting rock style to a guitarist who can bring Slovak, Navarro, Frusciante and Klinghoffer together all in one show…you won’t find a more accurate tribute to the Red Hot Chili Peppers!

October 27

Blackened~9pm

Ulitmate Metallica tribute band

October 28

Halloween Pub Crawl~9pm

FREE pub crawl between District, RBI and ONYX starting at 9pm and running all night long. Costume contest, paparazzi backdrop photos and a FREE ride.

November 10

Hair Band Night~9pm

A live band event delivering all your favorite HAIR BAND HITS! Bands like Van Halen, AC/DC, Def Leppard, Journey, Bon Jovi, Skid Row, Guns ‘n’ Roses, Aerosmith, Ozzy, and many more!

November 18

Taking Back Emo~9pm

Taking Back Emo is a movement to bring you back to the Era of Teenage Angst.

They put on many events and shows along the lines of: MySpace EMO Prom, MyChemicalRomance Tribute, Emo DJ Night and their staple TAKING BACK EMO theme night where a live band and / or video DJ’s takeover a venue and supply the best music selections from My Chemical Romance, Fall Out Boy, Paramore, AFI and more.