August 16th - A killers confession, Brotherhood of the jam
Aug
16
to Aug 17

August 16th - A killers confession, Brotherhood of the jam

 A Killer's Confession (AKC) is led by vocalist Waylon Reavis. The critically acclaimed debut album "Unbroken" Available now via EMP Label Group.  2016 Stone Chrome Radio Listener Choice Award Breakout Band Of The Year, 2017 Rock Rage Radio Album of the Year "Unbroken", 2017 Rock Rage Radio Song of the Year "Angel on the Outside", 2017 Rock Rage Radio Video of the Year "Rebirth", 2017 Rock Rage Radio Drummer of the Year "Jon Dale", 2017 Rock Rage Radio Guitarist of the Year "Matthew Trumpy" , 2017 Rock Rage Radio Bass player of the YEAR "JP Cross", 2017 Rock Rage Radio Lead singer "Male" of the Year "Waylon Reavis"

A Killer's Confession (AKC) is led by vocalist Waylon Reavis. The critically acclaimed debut album "Unbroken" Available now via EMP Label Group.

2016 Stone Chrome Radio Listener Choice Award Breakout Band Of The Year, 2017 Rock Rage Radio Album of the Year "Unbroken", 2017 Rock Rage Radio Song of the Year "Angel on the Outside", 2017 Rock Rage Radio Video of the Year "Rebirth", 2017 Rock Rage Radio Drummer of the Year "Jon Dale", 2017 Rock Rage Radio Guitarist of the Year "Matthew Trumpy" , 2017 Rock Rage Radio Bass player of the YEAR "JP Cross", 2017 Rock Rage Radio Lead singer "Male" of the Year "Waylon Reavis"

 Bands Harmonic Desolation and Victim's Aren't We All met at a festival called metal massacre. Victims thought they were opening up the festival and didn't know until arriving that a last minute change had happened and Harmonic Desolation had been slotted before them. That was the fateful day these to bands met.  After watching each others performances both bands were equally impressed with one another. so through out the years to come they loosely kept in touch.   Years pass by and both bands eventually broke up. with the hunger still burning inside Victim's vocalist Erik Thomas had an Idea that he would try to join the forces of both bands into one. After many talks with James Scutella of Harmonic desolation he finally convinced him to try working together.   when they got together the bond was almost instant and music flowed with ease. they then brought drummer joshua shank from one of erik's former projects in to the fold. with two months of work under the musicians belts Joshua Shank left the project to pursue a cover band, leaving the guitarists and vocalist without a rhythm section.  Two weeks later they met up with Austin Gabbard at springside tavern. There after many beers and many laughs Austin then decided to join the project.  This group consists of former members of the band Harmonic Desolation and Victim's... Aren't We All.

Bands Harmonic Desolation and Victim's Aren't We All met at a festival called metal massacre. Victims thought they were opening up the festival and didn't know until arriving that a last minute change had happened and Harmonic Desolation had been slotted before them. That was the fateful day these to bands met.

After watching each others performances both bands were equally impressed with one another. so through out the years to come they loosely kept in touch. 

Years pass by and both bands eventually broke up. with the hunger still burning inside Victim's vocalist Erik Thomas had an Idea that he would try to join the forces of both bands into one. After many talks with James Scutella of Harmonic desolation he finally convinced him to try working together. 

when they got together the bond was almost instant and music flowed with ease. they then brought drummer joshua shank from one of erik's former projects in to the fold. with two months of work under the musicians belts Joshua Shank left the project to pursue a cover band, leaving the guitarists and vocalist without a rhythm section.

Two weeks later they met up with Austin Gabbard at springside tavern. There after many beers and many laughs Austin then decided to join the project.

This group consists of former members of the band Harmonic Desolation and Victim's... Aren't We All.

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August 10th - Soraia, Black Moon Mistress, Erie Brewer & Friends
Aug
10
to Aug 11

August 10th - Soraia, Black Moon Mistress, Erie Brewer & Friends

    When an octopus loses one of its eight arms, it regrows the missing appendage  in a matter of weeks. This mysterious capacity for creativity and rejuvenation  under the sea symbolically presents itself again and again in the songs of Dead  Reckoning, the take-no- prisoners debut Wicked Cool Records album by  Soraia being released October 13.  “Dead Reckoning is a nautical term meaning that you know where you are in the  ocean based not on your location on a map but on where you've already been,”  says Soraia singer ZouZou Mansour. “I may not know exactly where I'm  headed, but these lyrics are all about who I am today — the good, bad and ugly.”  Tracing threads beginning with the ’60s soul of Stax and Motown, borrowing  flickers of luminescence from rock icons such as Patti Smith and Joan Jett as  well as Iggy Pop and The Cramps, through kindred spirits of the ’90s and  beyond like PJ Harvey and The Kills, the primal sounds of this Philadelphia-  based four-piece provide a formidable match for a set of mostly autobiographical  songs that lead listeners through the depths of desperate situations and guide  them out the other side to redemption.  “Music had already saved me from several suicide attempts by the time I was 15,  when the lyrics to songs spoke to me and revealed I wasn’t alone in my  suffering,” ZouZou reveals. “I knew by that age I was going to do music for a  living.  “I lived a long time feeling a victim of things: life, people, situations. Powerless. I  finally realized I needed connection. That’s where empowerment comes in. My  story is about bringing myself back to who I was always meant to be, which  required commitment and action. It took action to change my life. And when I  committed to and believed in that action, I asked for help where I needed it and  continue to check myself and stay humble.”  After escaping some harrowing situations and getting sober, the pursuit of  ZouZou’s musical dreams began crystallizing in the band Soraia.  “Soraia is actually my birth name,” she says, “but we want it to be how the band  is known, because it’s another name for the constellation Pleiades, and generally  is taken to mean bright, guiding force or star. Our magic and energy emulate that  idea, so it is no longer just the name but a group and the hope and purpose  behind what we do. The idea is to give light.”  Surrounding ZouZou with boundless talent are bassist and frequent co-writer  Travis Smith (“resilient, passionate, with a gift for writing the catchiest riffs I’ve  heard from anyone, ever”), guitarist and musical director Mike Reisman (“plays     like someone with three times his experience and keeps us centered”) and  drummer Brianna Sig (“plays with reckless abandon and precision”).  “What makes the sound of Soraia,” says ZouZou, “is we all are huge fans of the  same legendary artists and bring these strong influences to the table: Travis’ love  of The Misfits and garage rock of the ’60s versus my love of melody and pop,  along with influences such as Queen and Led Zeppelin.”  The band made waves with their punked up cover of The Kinks’ “(I’m Not) Like  Everybody Else,” which hit #1 on rock radio in South America in 2013. Their last  independently released album In The Valley Of Love And Guns featured five  songs the band co-wrote with Jon Bon Jovi.  By this point, the energy emanating from the Soraia constellation had already  reached the eyes and ears of renowned tastemaker Steven Van Zandt (The E  Street Band, The Sopranos), the Wicked Cool mastermind who has eagerly  bestowed Coolest Song In The World honors on five of their tracks since 2013,  including his #1 pick of 2016, “Electrocutioner.” They’ve consistently earned  heavy rotation on Steven’s weekly syndicated radio show and SiriusXM channel  Little Steven’s Underground Garage. Dead Reckoning’s leadoff track  “Quicksand” already enjoyed Coolest Song honors in mid-summer 2017.  Longtime Rolling Stone editor David Fricke has also attested to his fandom,  testifying, “Searing guitars, burning soul and true CBGB grit: Soraia are the rock  you need, in your face right now.”  The group made the trek up the New Jersey Turnpike in early 2017 to record  Dead Reckoning at Van Zandt’s Renegade Nation Studios in downtown New  York City. Steven personally produced two of the tracks, one that he wrote for  them (“Why”) and the other an obscure Prince cover, “Wow.” The band co-  produced the rest of the record with the guidance of Geoff Sanoff [Fountains Of  Wayne, Dashboard Confessional]. Finishing touches were provided by  boldface studio names: mixes for the Steven-produced tracks by Bob  Clearmountain [Bruce Springsteen, The Rolling Stones] and mastering by  Bob Ludwig [David Bowie, Neil Young].  As the next release in Wicked Cool Records’ partnership with The Orchard as  distributor, Dead Reckoning positions Soraia as an artist to watch. Their rising  ambitions are reflected in new horizons they’re setting out to conquer, such as  their first European shows, slated for Spain and Germany

 

When an octopus loses one of its eight arms, it regrows the missing appendage

in a matter of weeks. This mysterious capacity for creativity and rejuvenation

under the sea symbolically presents itself again and again in the songs of Dead

Reckoning, the take-no- prisoners debut Wicked Cool Records album by

Soraia being released October 13.

“Dead Reckoning is a nautical term meaning that you know where you are in the

ocean based not on your location on a map but on where you've already been,”

says Soraia singer ZouZou Mansour. “I may not know exactly where I'm

headed, but these lyrics are all about who I am today — the good, bad and ugly.”

Tracing threads beginning with the ’60s soul of Stax and Motown, borrowing

flickers of luminescence from rock icons such as Patti Smith and Joan Jett as

well as Iggy Pop and The Cramps, through kindred spirits of the ’90s and

beyond like PJ Harvey and The Kills, the primal sounds of this Philadelphia-

based four-piece provide a formidable match for a set of mostly autobiographical

songs that lead listeners through the depths of desperate situations and guide

them out the other side to redemption.

“Music had already saved me from several suicide attempts by the time I was 15,

when the lyrics to songs spoke to me and revealed I wasn’t alone in my

suffering,” ZouZou reveals. “I knew by that age I was going to do music for a

living.

“I lived a long time feeling a victim of things: life, people, situations. Powerless. I

finally realized I needed connection. That’s where empowerment comes in. My

story is about bringing myself back to who I was always meant to be, which

required commitment and action. It took action to change my life. And when I

committed to and believed in that action, I asked for help where I needed it and

continue to check myself and stay humble.”

After escaping some harrowing situations and getting sober, the pursuit of

ZouZou’s musical dreams began crystallizing in the band Soraia.

“Soraia is actually my birth name,” she says, “but we want it to be how the band

is known, because it’s another name for the constellation Pleiades, and generally

is taken to mean bright, guiding force or star. Our magic and energy emulate that

idea, so it is no longer just the name but a group and the hope and purpose

behind what we do. The idea is to give light.”

Surrounding ZouZou with boundless talent are bassist and frequent co-writer

Travis Smith (“resilient, passionate, with a gift for writing the catchiest riffs I’ve

heard from anyone, ever”), guitarist and musical director Mike Reisman (“plays

 

like someone with three times his experience and keeps us centered”) and

drummer Brianna Sig (“plays with reckless abandon and precision”).

“What makes the sound of Soraia,” says ZouZou, “is we all are huge fans of the

same legendary artists and bring these strong influences to the table: Travis’ love

of The Misfits and garage rock of the ’60s versus my love of melody and pop,

along with influences such as Queen and Led Zeppelin.”

The band made waves with their punked up cover of The Kinks’ “(I’m Not) Like

Everybody Else,” which hit #1 on rock radio in South America in 2013. Their last

independently released album In The Valley Of Love And Guns featured five

songs the band co-wrote with Jon Bon Jovi.

By this point, the energy emanating from the Soraia constellation had already

reached the eyes and ears of renowned tastemaker Steven Van Zandt (The E

Street Band, The Sopranos), the Wicked Cool mastermind who has eagerly

bestowed Coolest Song In The World honors on five of their tracks since 2013,

including his #1 pick of 2016, “Electrocutioner.” They’ve consistently earned

heavy rotation on Steven’s weekly syndicated radio show and SiriusXM channel

Little Steven’s Underground Garage. Dead Reckoning’s leadoff track

“Quicksand” already enjoyed Coolest Song honors in mid-summer 2017.

Longtime Rolling Stone editor David Fricke has also attested to his fandom,

testifying, “Searing guitars, burning soul and true CBGB grit: Soraia are the rock

you need, in your face right now.”

The group made the trek up the New Jersey Turnpike in early 2017 to record

Dead Reckoning at Van Zandt’s Renegade Nation Studios in downtown New

York City. Steven personally produced two of the tracks, one that he wrote for

them (“Why”) and the other an obscure Prince cover, “Wow.” The band co-

produced the rest of the record with the guidance of Geoff Sanoff [Fountains Of

Wayne, Dashboard Confessional]. Finishing touches were provided by

boldface studio names: mixes for the Steven-produced tracks by Bob

Clearmountain [Bruce Springsteen, The Rolling Stones] and mastering by

Bob Ludwig [David Bowie, Neil Young].

As the next release in Wicked Cool Records’ partnership with The Orchard as

distributor, Dead Reckoning positions Soraia as an artist to watch. Their rising

ambitions are reflected in new horizons they’re setting out to conquer, such as

their first European shows, slated for Spain and Germany

 Blackmoonmistress@gmail.com loud heavy rock and roll available for all your court case victory parties, baby christening and stripper and biker events.

Blackmoonmistress@gmail.com loud heavy rock and roll available for all your court case victory parties, baby christening and stripper and biker events.

 Eric Brewer has pursued all aspects of his instrument during his career as a guitarist from electrified rock, to jazz, funk, blues, acoustic, country, classical, and all points in between. His band, Eric Brewer and Friends, consists of bassist Ralph Reitinger, drummer Steve Barone, and keyboardist Charlie Meyer. The members have developed a remarkable onstage rapport, propelling the band’s improvisational element to extraordinary heights. The band draws inspiration from a huge list of influences, mixing guitar based rock, jazz, funk and fusion to create a jam band style that is uniquely their own.     Based in Erie PA, the band has performed throughout the region and developed an ever-growing fan base along the way. In keeping with the jam band status quo, the band changes up their set list with each performance, often segueing songs seamlessly to keep the momentum alive and the surprises rolling. The band also displays incredible versatility depending on the venue they’re playing, from a subdued, instrumental-only gig at a small jazz club, to a raucous, rocking set complete with vocals at a large outdoor amphitheater. At an Eric Brewer & Friends show, expect the unexpected.     No member is a stranger to the Erie music scene, and the band’s internal connections should not go unnoticed:  -From 1999-2004, Meyer (with Secret Agent Band), Barone (with Frog Tree Gorge Band) and Reitinger (with The Decibels) all played several shows together.  - Brewer, Reitinger and Barone played together in the funk/progressive rock band Spooner from 2004-2008.  - Meyer and Reitinger performed in the Latin jazz group Mambo.  -Barone and Meyer studied jazz under director John Marszalek at General McLane High School.  -Brewer and Reitinger played with blues band Ron Yarosz and the Vehicle.  In other words, these guys have been “Friends” for years, and it shows!     At each performance, Eric Brewer & Friends draw praise from both audiences and peers. This is evident in the band’s numerous Rock Erie Music Awards: All four members have won REMA’s in their respective instrumental categories, and the band won ‘Erie’s Favorite Jam Band’ for three consecutive years. In addition to headlining their own shows, they have enjoyed opening for internationally known guitarists Neil Zaza and Tim Reynolds, and have shared the stage with bass legend Tony Grey.     In 2012, the band decided to take the next step in their evolution by heading into the studio to record their first full-length album, Seeing Sideways. Spearheaded by producer/engineer Michael Graham and mastered by Grammy winner David Yost, the album is a perfectly honed sonic adventure that runs a bit counter to their typical live experience; Songs are shorter and more concise, while still retaining the instrumental (and vocal!) fireworks the band is known for. Seeing Sideways was released in March 2013 and is available at all the band's live shows and is downloadable on itunes, CD Baby, and   www.ericbrewerandfriends.com.

Eric Brewer has pursued all aspects of his instrument during his career as a guitarist from electrified rock, to jazz, funk, blues, acoustic, country, classical, and all points in between. His band, Eric Brewer and Friends, consists of bassist Ralph Reitinger, drummer Steve Barone, and keyboardist Charlie Meyer. The members have developed a remarkable onstage rapport, propelling the band’s improvisational element to extraordinary heights. The band draws inspiration from a huge list of influences, mixing guitar based rock, jazz, funk and fusion to create a jam band style that is uniquely their own.

 

Based in Erie PA, the band has performed throughout the region and developed an ever-growing fan base along the way. In keeping with the jam band status quo, the band changes up their set list with each performance, often segueing songs seamlessly to keep the momentum alive and the surprises rolling. The band also displays incredible versatility depending on the venue they’re playing, from a subdued, instrumental-only gig at a small jazz club, to a raucous, rocking set complete with vocals at a large outdoor amphitheater. At an Eric Brewer & Friends show, expect the unexpected.

 

No member is a stranger to the Erie music scene, and the band’s internal connections should not go unnoticed:

-From 1999-2004, Meyer (with Secret Agent Band), Barone (with Frog Tree Gorge Band) and Reitinger (with The Decibels) all played several shows together.

- Brewer, Reitinger and Barone played together in the funk/progressive rock band Spooner from 2004-2008.

- Meyer and Reitinger performed in the Latin jazz group Mambo.

-Barone and Meyer studied jazz under director John Marszalek at General McLane High School.

-Brewer and Reitinger played with blues band Ron Yarosz and the Vehicle.

In other words, these guys have been “Friends” for years, and it shows!

 

At each performance, Eric Brewer & Friends draw praise from both audiences and peers. This is evident in the band’s numerous Rock Erie Music Awards: All four members have won REMA’s in their respective instrumental categories, and the band won ‘Erie’s Favorite Jam Band’ for three consecutive years. In addition to headlining their own shows, they have enjoyed opening for internationally known guitarists Neil Zaza and Tim Reynolds, and have shared the stage with bass legend Tony Grey.

 

In 2012, the band decided to take the next step in their evolution by heading into the studio to record their first full-length album, Seeing Sideways. Spearheaded by producer/engineer Michael Graham and mastered by Grammy winner David Yost, the album is a perfectly honed sonic adventure that runs a bit counter to their typical live experience; Songs are shorter and more concise, while still retaining the instrumental (and vocal!) fireworks the band is known for. Seeing Sideways was released in March 2013 and is available at all the band's live shows and is downloadable on itunes, CD Baby, and www.ericbrewerandfriends.com.

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July 28th - The Emo Band - Live Emo & Pop Punk Karaoke
Jul
28
to Jul 29

July 28th - The Emo Band - Live Emo & Pop Punk Karaoke

 Sherlock's & Heel Heat Productions Present    The Emo band Live Band Emo & Pop Punk Karaoke-Dance Party!   Saturday, July 28th, 2018 Sherlock's, 508 state st, Erie, PA $10 cover   Doors & sign ups start at 9pm (Get there early, only 40 songs available, first come first serve)  Music 10pm  Be sure to check out the catalogue of songs at  http://www.theemoband.com/

Sherlock's & Heel Heat Productions Present


The Emo band
Live Band Emo & Pop Punk Karaoke-Dance Party! 

Saturday, July 28th, 2018
Sherlock's, 508 state st, Erie, PA
$10 cover

Doors & sign ups start at 9pm (Get there early, only 40 songs available, first come first serve) 
Music 10pm

Be sure to check out the catalogue of songs at http://www.theemoband.com/

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July 27th - Brotherhood of the Jam
Jul
27
to Jul 28

July 27th - Brotherhood of the Jam

 A melodic journey into metal meets rock and roll with a tinge of the blues.. A celebration of life love and the lack there of...... guitars ranging from a smooth hypnotic flow to an intense consuming fire mixed with bass driven deep and hard into the soul a changeling ever beautiful and drums like the salts of the earth filled with heart keeping all in synchronicity lest we not forget the vocals an eerie savage narrative like burning scripture that bleeds into southern soul.

A melodic journey into metal meets rock and roll with a tinge of the blues.. A celebration of life love and the lack there of...... guitars ranging from a smooth hypnotic flow to an intense consuming fire mixed with bass driven deep and hard into the soul a changeling ever beautiful and drums like the salts of the earth filled with heart keeping all in synchronicity lest we not forget the vocals an eerie savage narrative like burning scripture that bleeds into southern soul.

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July 19th - Roar on the Shore w/ Noise Creep, Rick and the Roadhouse Rockers
Jul
19
to Jul 20

July 19th - Roar on the Shore w/ Noise Creep, Rick and the Roadhouse Rockers

 We are a rock band playing you fav tunes from yesterday and today with a solid lineup of great musicians from Erie PA. Coming soon to a venue near you!!!!!

We are a rock band playing you fav tunes from yesterday and today with a solid lineup of great musicians from Erie PA. Coming soon to a venue near you!!!!!

 For over a decade the Roadhouse Rockers have been touring the US at many Bike Rallies, Rib Fests, Concerts and clubs.  They have 5 Cd's that have sold though out the US and over seas.  Rick was also a top finalist in the Jimi Hendrix guitar competition.   For more info check out:   www.roadhouserockers.com

For over a decade the Roadhouse Rockers have been touring the US at many Bike Rallies, Rib Fests, Concerts and clubs.

They have 5 Cd's that have sold though out the US and over seas.

Rick was also a top finalist in the Jimi Hendrix guitar competition. 

For more info check out: www.roadhouserockers.com

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July 18th - Roar on the Shore - Black Widow
Jul
18
to Jul 19

July 18th - Roar on the Shore - Black Widow

  Biography   Black Widow Has Won over 50 music Awards!!  Winners of The Buffalo Music Awards for Best Rock Band:  1998, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009 and 2010 inducted into the Buffalo Music Awards Hall of Achievements  Group Vocals 2010 Nitelife Music Award  Top Rock Band 2010 Nitelife Music Award  2011 Achievement award for consistently winning Top Rock Band  Winners of the People’s Choice Awards for Best Rock Band:  2003, 2004, 2005  Buffalo Music Awards for Best Duo in:  2004, 2005, 2006, 2008  Best Duo in The People’s Choice Awards:  2003, 2004, 2005  Lana Marie has won Best Female Rock Vocalist In the Buffalo Music Awards:  1997, 1998, 2001, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009 and 2010 inducted into the Buffalo Music Awards Hall of Achievements  2010 Top Female Vocalist Nitelifte Music Award  2011 Received an achievement award from Nitelife for consistently winning Top Female Vocalist  Best Rock Female Vocalist for the People’s Choice Awards:  2003, 2004, 2005  Dustin Francis has won Best Rock Guitarist 2010 and 2011,2012,2013 Nitelife Music Awards  Joe Delhinger has won for Best Rock Drummer 2013 Nitelife Music Awards

Biography

Black Widow Has Won over 50 music Awards!!

Winners of The Buffalo Music Awards for Best Rock Band:

1998, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009 and 2010 inducted into the Buffalo Music Awards Hall of Achievements

Group Vocals 2010 Nitelife Music Award

Top Rock Band 2010 Nitelife Music Award

2011 Achievement award for consistently winning Top Rock Band

Winners of the People’s Choice Awards for Best Rock Band:

2003, 2004, 2005

Buffalo Music Awards for Best Duo in:

2004, 2005, 2006, 2008

Best Duo in The People’s Choice Awards:

2003, 2004, 2005

Lana Marie has won Best Female Rock Vocalist In the Buffalo Music Awards:

1997, 1998, 2001, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009 and 2010 inducted into the Buffalo Music Awards Hall of Achievements

2010 Top Female Vocalist Nitelifte Music Award

2011 Received an achievement award from Nitelife for consistently winning Top Female Vocalist

Best Rock Female Vocalist for the People’s Choice Awards:

2003, 2004, 2005

Dustin Francis has won Best Rock Guitarist 2010 and 2011,2012,2013 Nitelife Music Awards

Joe Delhinger has won for Best Rock Drummer 2013 Nitelife Music Awards

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July 6th - Jasmin Cain
Jul
6
to Jul 7

July 6th - Jasmin Cain

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With so many miles behind and so many miles left to travel, Sturgis, SD, native, Jasmine Cain, has paved a way for female rockers in the motorcycle culture. Current NIMA (Nashville Industry Music Awards) Best Live Rock Performers, and former Artist of the Year, Alternative Rock Band Nashville's Music City Mayhem (MCMA) four-time Female Rock Vocalist, she has set the standard and raised the bar. Living her life through her songs and gypsy spirit like a modern day Janis Joplin, she is a ghost on the road sitting next to you as you take your own musical journey.

With five previously self-released albums including a newly released album “White Noise”, Jasmine Cain has sold over 30,000 albums worldwide. She holds 8 JPF awards--the most awards ever to be awarded to any one artist from the JPF Association. Her performances are stadium-quality rock shows to audiences of 1,000-5,000 on average.

Jasmine Cain encompasses what a true artist is meant to be, taking the reins as the songwriter, lead vocalist, and bassist for her band. Her songs are emotional, raw, and timeless. Her voice is a mixture of strong, aggressive, soul-filled attitude, while allowing you to feel a slight vulnerability that takes you on an emotional, super-charged ride. You can hear your own life story in every raspy note.

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June 29th - Save Yourself, Shiver, Human Animal
Jun
29
to Jun 30

June 29th - Save Yourself, Shiver, Human Animal

 Save Yourself is an Original Metal band from Erie pa, with roots in hardcore, metal, and with whatever they feel like throwing into a song. Featuring past Members of Shockwave, Nightjar, Glaucon, Self Infelcted, Waiting for Never, smoke and mirrors, and many many more... @saveyourself814 on instagram, Facebook, and  Twitter.

Save Yourself is an Original Metal band from Erie pa, with roots in hardcore, metal, and with whatever they feel like throwing into a song. Featuring past Members of Shockwave, Nightjar, Glaucon, Self Infelcted, Waiting for Never, smoke and mirrors, and many many more... @saveyourself814 on instagram, Facebook, and  Twitter.

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 Human Animal started at the very tail end of 2011 when several old friends had found themselves all without bands. Everyone’s most recent musical endeavors had all but fizzled out and ideas to switch things up started to pop into each others heads. Many of us had previously played in bands together even though some of those projects were well over a decade ago. The notion was simple; we all missed just hanging out, having fun, making loud aggressive music, and creating something together.  EMS had been playing bass in bands since the early ‘90s and had always done a few back up vocals here and there, & even some guest vocals on friend’s records. Everyone always has that fantasy that they’d like to try being a singer just once in their life. Well after a bunch of months of him talking about the idea, drummers Bobby Williams and Adam Salaga made him put his money where his mouth was. This time though Adam who had been playing drums in bands for well over a decade was itching to switch it up as well and play guitar. Drummer Bobby Williams had recently built his own studio called Under the Radar and practices started happening. Another old friend Nate Black came around and started dropping some serious guitar solos on top of everything. After a short search for a bassist Ryan Zimmerman, the young buck of the crew, came through and helped complete the line up.  October of 2012 will see the debut and first release from Human Animal. “Dark Days” features 5 songs filled with classic Erie Lake Effect Hardcore vibes played by people who have lived it most of their lives. Their sound and lyrics would best be described as intelligent cavemen struggling to deal with the modern worlds frustrations. The plan is to be productive and release various EPs on numerous labels throughout the globe. Human Animal is attempting to remind everyone of the great historic hardcore scene that has always came out of the frigid, rust belt city of Erie, Pennsylvania. Lake Effect… always In Effect.  LExHC résumés:  Abnegation, Anchor, Brother's Keeper, Jesus Wept, Phases, Prayer for a Fallen Angel, Problem Solver Revolver, Run Devil Run, Shockwave, Smoke & Mirrors, Thick as Thieves, xDisciplex AD… and plenty more.   

Human Animal started at the very tail end of 2011 when several old friends had found themselves all without bands. Everyone’s most recent musical endeavors had all but fizzled out and ideas to switch things up started to pop into each others heads. Many of us had previously played in bands together even though some of those projects were well over a decade ago. The notion was simple; we all missed just hanging out, having fun, making loud aggressive music, and creating something together.

EMS had been playing bass in bands since the early ‘90s and had always done a few back up vocals here and there, & even some guest vocals on friend’s records. Everyone always has that fantasy that they’d like to try being a singer just once in their life. Well after a bunch of months of him talking about the idea, drummers Bobby Williams and Adam Salaga made him put his money where his mouth was. This time though Adam who had been playing drums in bands for well over a decade was itching to switch it up as well and play guitar. Drummer Bobby Williams had recently built his own studio called Under the Radar and practices started happening. Another old friend Nate Black came around and started dropping some serious guitar solos on top of everything. After a short search for a bassist Ryan Zimmerman, the young buck of the crew, came through and helped complete the line up.

October of 2012 will see the debut and first release from Human Animal. “Dark Days” features 5 songs filled with classic Erie Lake Effect Hardcore vibes played by people who have lived it most of their lives. Their sound and lyrics would best be described as intelligent cavemen struggling to deal with the modern worlds frustrations. The plan is to be productive and release various EPs on numerous labels throughout the globe. Human Animal is attempting to remind everyone of the great historic hardcore scene that has always came out of the frigid, rust belt city of Erie, Pennsylvania. Lake Effect… always In Effect.

LExHC résumés:

Abnegation, Anchor, Brother's Keeper, Jesus Wept, Phases, Prayer for a Fallen Angel, Problem Solver Revolver, Run Devil Run, Shockwave, Smoke & Mirrors, Thick as Thieves, xDisciplex AD… and plenty more.

 








 

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June 16th - 1000HP (Godsmack Tribute)
Jun
16
to Jun 17

June 16th - 1000HP (Godsmack Tribute)

 1000HP is the premier tribute to the chart-topping hard rock band GODSMACK. With eight number-one singles and four GRAMMY nominations, Godsmack is one of the hottest names in the music business and 1000HP is the most authentic tribute to their recorded music. Not only does 1000HP capture the sound and creativity of Godsmack, but they bring a similar atmosphere to their shows while engaging the audience in a way that is all their own.  From Godsmack’s 1998 breakout hit “Whatever” to the recent hi-octane single “Inside Yourself”, 1000HP plays all the hits any Godsmack fan knows and loves. In concert, Godsmack is well known for their renditions of a diverse set of covers, and 1000HP follows suit. With classics like “Good Times, Bad Times”, “Come Together” and “Rocky Mountain Way” in the set, there’s something for everyone at a 1000HP show.  1000HP is comprised of former members from some of Rochester’s hottest acts with countless years of combined expertise and they bring you a Godsmack experience unrivaled by any other act in the area! You can’t miss these guys!!!  They are sure to impress the most critical of Godsmack fans!

1000HP is the premier tribute to the chart-topping hard rock band GODSMACK. With eight number-one singles and four GRAMMY nominations, Godsmack is one of the hottest names in the music business and 1000HP is the most authentic tribute to their recorded music. Not only does 1000HP capture the sound and creativity of Godsmack, but they bring a similar atmosphere to their shows while engaging the audience in a way that is all their own.

From Godsmack’s 1998 breakout hit “Whatever” to the recent hi-octane single “Inside Yourself”, 1000HP plays all the hits any Godsmack fan knows and loves. In concert, Godsmack is well known for their renditions of a diverse set of covers, and 1000HP follows suit. With classics like “Good Times, Bad Times”, “Come Together” and “Rocky Mountain Way” in the set, there’s something for everyone at a 1000HP show.

1000HP is comprised of former members from some of Rochester’s hottest acts with countless years of combined expertise and they bring you a Godsmack experience unrivaled by any other act in the area! You can’t miss these guys!!!

They are sure to impress the most critical of Godsmack fans!

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June 8th - Meanstreet (Van Halen Tribute)
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June 8th - Meanstreet (Van Halen Tribute)

 Welcome to Meanstreet, the home of the North East's premier Van Halen tribute act! Meanstreet is based out of Pittsburgh PA "Meanstreet" performs shows across Ohio, West Virginia, Pennsylavnia, Maryland, and Playing music from the early years of Van Halen "Meanstreet" is dedicated to giving their fans the "Van Halen" Show of the early years The Look!,Sound! & Performance Spectacle.

Welcome to Meanstreet, the home of the North East's premier Van Halen tribute act! Meanstreet is based out of Pittsburgh PA "Meanstreet" performs shows across Ohio, West Virginia, Pennsylavnia, Maryland, and Playing music from the early years of Van Halen "Meanstreet" is dedicated to giving their fans the "Van Halen" Show of the early years The Look!,Sound! & Performance Spectacle.

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