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Wednesday September 18 2013
 8:30PM doors -- music at 9:00PM ••• 21 AND OVER
$10 in advance / $12 at the door 
The Features‎
 Indie rock, indie pop, neo-psychedelia
From Indian Lakes
 alternative indie rock
Great American Cities
 pop, rock, electronic, and dance music

The Features 
Matt Pelham
Roger Dabbs
Rollum Haas
Mark Bond

The Features are a Southern American indie rock band from Tennessee.

Since releasing The Beginning EP in 2003, the Nashville-based combo The Features have established themselves as one of the most exciting and imaginative bands working today. Falling somewhere in the middle between mainstream and hipster their new album, Wilderness, demonstrates a spirit of musical adventure that continues to define and motivate. 

From Indian Lakes
from Yosemite Valley

The band released their debut full-length record, "The Man With Wooden Legs" in the Winter of 2009. The songs that were spawned out of this release reflect the bands' collective maturity and purpose while being surrounded by music that is otherwise derivative and lacking in any sort of defining positive characteristics. Since their initial debut, the band has been working endlessly, playing countless shows throughout the US as well as dedicating time in the studio in preparation for their upcoming full-length. The next release, entitled Able Bodies, is already garnering wide acclaim with both longtime fans as well as those who have just recently discovered the band.

Able Bodies moves several steps forward in their maturity and depth, while still retaining the aggression, passion and darkness of their debut. Joey Vannuchi's (vocals, guitar) lyrics and musical abilities are well beyond his years and his artistic sensibilities showcase his unique approach to songwriting, undeniable talent, and the bands inevitable longevity.

Great American Cities
Josh Creel - Vocals, Clarinet, Keys.
Blaine Vossler - Guitar and Backing vocals.
Ian Montgomery - Bass Gtr
Andres Lopez - Drums

“Great American Cities was born in 2010 when San Francisco transplants Josh Creel and Blaine Vossler joined forces – and varied influences – to create  a new sound balanced precariously between pop, electronic, and rock genres.

(Think Paul Simon meets Lady Gaga) The duo enlisted the help of drummer, Columbian import Andres Lopez and bassist Ian Montgomery (Celeste Lear Band) to create an energetic and engaging live sound. The ensemble is now in the process of recording and will soon be playing a venue near you.

Great American Cities features creative and artful blends of pop, rock, electronic, and dance music that is scientifically formulated to move your soul and your body.