Friday, November, 23 2018
Rival Entertainment Presents:
(formerly The Georgia Flood) with CLOUDLAND & C2 & The Brothers Reed
ABOUT• All Ages Welcome
• Vinyl is a general admission, standing room venue
• Tickets available online via Ticketalternative.com or without ticket fees in person at the Center Stage Box Office, M-F, 11-6. Online sales end at 6pm on day of show
Right Now, three and a half years before the end of the world, rushing in atop a great (ADJECTIVE) tornado, the (INSERT BAND NAME HERE) have arrived, with new songs of (NOUN) and (NOUN). Composed of two (WORD FOR REDNECK RELATIVES), reputed to have been conceived in a hailstorm during the largest trailer fire of the century, and two other (DEROGATORY TERM FOR WHITE PEOPLE), both former Jesus impersonators with the Father Hanna Traveling Holy Land Extravaganza—with such divine origins, it is no surprise that the band spends little time, as we say, "finding their sound." They simply create it.
Behind the (MUSIC INDUSTRY WORD FOR MUSIC) is a passionate, dynamic force that tosses grooves around like the ocean waves, and blends genres fluidly, with a keen respect both for the past--the depth of the blues, the energy and abandon of classic rock--and the modern, displaying a love for and mastery of the joyous bounce manifested in pop perfection. This is all new, with the songs capture the transience of our age while keeping the mind and body solidly in a moment of present abandon. However, as we all know, what is here today will not be tomorrow. Please, for your own sake, enjoy (INSERT BAND NAME HERE) before the world ends.
(BAND NAME = PREACHERVAN)
Vocals, Guitar / Brooks Mason
Bass, Vocals / Lane Kelly
Guitar / Gavin Deleshaw
Drums / Colin Dean
Hey, compadres. We're CLOUDLAND. First things first, we are four best friends that love making music together. We grew up in the town of Fayetteville, GA. If anyone knows anything about Fayetteville, it's that after about eight o'clock everything in town closes down. So, on a Friday night the only thing for us to do was to make rock and roll in someone's basement. After about a year of messing around with songwriting and original material, we sat down to talk about getting serious. We all came to the conclusion that if we were gonna take a shot at pursuing music seriously, we were gonna do it together. In January of 2017, we cut our first four song EP. The unique thing about this group is that with every member comes a different musical influence. Hogan (Guitar) loves Dean DeLeo of Stone Temple Pilots, Drake (Bass) is influenced by Green Day & Kings Of Leon, Karmen (Drums) frequently plays Paramore, and Zach (Guitar/Vocals) learns from Johnny Cash. We hope these vast and different musical influences contribute to a completely new sound for our fans. We assure you we aren't just another pop band looking for fame. We're just four guys pursuing a passion to create and perform the best music we can offer. We want our music to be for people, for all people. Whether you've got it all figured out or you're falling apart, we hope these songs speak to you. At the end of the day, we are just four hometown guys with a drive to make something special. After all, we're not being anyone if we're not being us.
Hogan Heim, Karmen Smith, Zach King, & Drake Bunton
C2 & THE BROTHERS REED:
Hailing from the Bluegrass State with a sound as unique and smooth as the regions' beloved bourbon, C2 & The Brothers Reed's authenticity shines in their studio debut Weigh Station Tour.
After the independent release of their first EP "Hot Mess", along with an extensive tour schedule (250+ shows a year) they took to the studio less than a year later to cut their new record Weigh Station Tour. Split into sides, 'Exit A' and 'Exit B', Weigh Station Tour explores gritty rock and roll while referencing 60's and 70's era soul music, embracing a style that is nearly lost but deeply needed in the surge of modern sound and technology.
The band - singer/bassist Cameron Clark, guitarist Kelly Reed, drummer Kody Reed, and keyboardist James Weishar - hide behind nothing on their records, with a 'realness' that has been constantly attributed to their live performance.