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October 31 @ 7:00 pm - November 1 @ 12:00 am
No Doubt band tribute performed by: Bero Bero
Tom Petty band tribute performed by: The Train Wrecks Band
The Sonics band tribute performed by: Reverend Bro Diddley and the Hips
Stray Cats band tribute performed by: Rumble in Broughton
Rilo Kiley band tribute performed by: Salute Your Jorts
Formed in 2018, Bero Bero is the synth driven brainchild of Veronica Garcia-Melendez. After years of working as a musical sidewoman and inspired by her endless saga of mania and dolor, she has returned to penning her own music. The result has been described as Sade meets Kate Bush.
She and her complice, drummer David Murray, met at a practice space known as “the Woodshop” in early 2015. Their instant connection led them to collaborate on a variety of projects. This new venture has allowed them to escape the din and continue to cultivate their ideas.
Bero Bero calls forth a range of emotions with their catalogue, moving from dark, moody triphop tracks to energized dance songs. In their live performances, the duo creates a dynamic impression with their interactive percussion work.
Bero Bero has toured the Mid-West up to Minneapolis, MN and along the East Coast, from Miami, FL to Burlington, VT. Their 3rd EP, “DANCE”, was released on January 04, 2020.
The Train Wrecks Band
A musical force from America’s Most Haunted City, The Train Wrecks are a hard-working band of songwriters and performers who love nothing more than good songs and a good show. They deliver a dynamic, original blend of Americana- ranging from outlaw alt-country and bluegrass to rootsy rock and beyond, all with a distinctive Southern swagger.
Born in the vibrant bar and club scene in Savannah, GA, The Train Wrecks released their debut album, “Whiskey and War,” in 2007. Rave reviews and a growing reputation as a must see live act helped the band to branch out to surrounding markets in the Southeast. They’ve since been steadily building a fanbase in clubs across the region, while also finding some bigger stages along the way. They’ve opened for legends like Jerry Jeff Walker and BB King, alongside an expanding roster of regular club and festival dates.
Reverend Bro Diddley and the Hips
Baked into the inventive punk energy and manic soul of Reverend Bro Diddley and the Hips is a callback to the wild west of the early days of rock ’n’ roll and the golden age of twist and shout.
On their eponymous debut album, out now and streaming everywhere, Reverend Bro Diddley and the Hips meld surf, garage, psychedelic and beat-rock into a fresh arrangement of solid all-original rock ’n’ roll tunes.
Blend an infectious rock backbeat with a mix of fuzzy guitar energy in the universe of The Kinks and The Clash, and you’ll be circling the Reverend’s sound. Add in unapologetically gritty vocals in the most sardonic of tones and a strong undercurrent of psychedelia and you’re there.
It’s danceable, fun psych-rock to which you can shake your ass AND expand your mind. But don’t paint these troubadours into a musical corner; their rock ’n’ roll ambitions know no boundaries.
Frontman Ty Thompson’s work with The Hypnotics over a number of years in Savannah, Ga. solidified him as one of the premier working musicians in a city chock-full of exceptional performers and songwriters.
In his first project since The Hypnotics took an infinite hiatus in early 2019, Ty has created a full-band project that includes Jhovana Aguilar on guitar and vocals, Kyle Brown on bass guitar, Jesse Centrella on organ and guitar, and Jalen Reyes on drums and vocals.