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Want A Free Appetizer?
Stop by our Harmony Grill on the night of your show (with a reservation set up ahead of time) to receive a free Mini Mac 'n' Cheese appetizer with advance ticket purchase & the rest of your meal. Limit one per table.
- Friday 08/10/2012 9:00 PM
Chrome Attic brings you another installment of Sound Swap – the concert concept connecting Midwest bands and venues.
The Hold Steady meet Bob Dylan. When trying to describe Cousin Dud one usually is unsure where to start. Impulse says to speak to the raw emotion that comes out in the delivery of the songs, but then it seems the content of the dark, yet beautiful storytelling would be undermined. That’s why they’re rarely compared to just 1 other band. It’s always a combination of 2 to make sure the full range of their music is captured.
After countless all-nighters recording and weekend mix sessions, Chicago’s Alt-Americana 5-piece are proud to celebrate the release of their second full length album, Workinggirl’s Dud. The culmination of DIY pride and genuine band camaraderie will be evident when they take the stage.
Sharing that stage with them will be Yes Club’s On Again Off Again. Fronted by Mike Winegardner and supported by former high school jazz band friends Ryan Davisson, Brian Houze and Dan Gray, On Again Off Again craft miniature pop odysseys reminiscent of recent Radiohead.
Muncie-bred and Indianapolis-raised, The Bonesetters make music in old duplexes and share them with all kinds of alternative environs. They breathe in quiet sounds, and exhale louder sounds. A good mixture of western swing, surf rock, blues and images meant for dreams.
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