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Wednesday June 13 2018
 8:00PM doors -- music at 8:30PM
•••  21 AND OVER
The Low Rollers
 garage rock, bar rock, folk, country, cowpunk
Edge City & The Fever
 Lo-Fi, Old-Soul, Dirty Blues
The Bribes
 Garage Rock and Roll

The Low Rollers
Joel Murach - songwriter, lead singer, and guitarist
Tom Murach - drums and occasional bursts of song
Colin Peden - bass guitar and vocal harmony
-from San Francisco, CA

-The Low Rollers are a fuzzed-out power trio that emerged from the fog of the Outer Sunset in early 2011. What started as the solo project of long-time bay area musician Joel Murach (Paddlefoot, 86 the Band) with his brother Tom Murach (86, Tracorum) on drums mutated into something a little bit weirder and louder when they were joined by bassist Colin Peden shortly after he had moved to San Francisco from his musical home of Austin, Texas. 

Edge City & The Fever
-from San Francisco, CA
- Edge City and the Fever are a Lo-Fi, Old- Soul, Boogie-Woogie Dance Party! If Bo-Diddley slapped Jon Spencer on the dance floor, Edge City and the Fever would be providing the soundtrack…. featuring members of Juanita and the Rabbit, and the Goldenhearts.

The Bribes
Philip Toscano - guitar, vocals
Dup Crosson - drums
Jesse Strauss - bass
-from San Francisco by way of Chicago, IL

-"The album contains whimsical moments of blues rock and roll, Toscano's midwestern drawl, and an addictive listenability." - Valerie Veteto, The Bay Bridged

“The Logan Square band The Bribes takes pure ‘50s era rock and roll and re-fashions it into something fresh and bracing. What comes out through the monitors is clearly some of the most compelling rock ‘n’ roll being made in Chicago.” - Vernon Hestor, Windy City Times

"The EP, which references early rock n’ roll, blues and a bit of jazz and western swing, is loaded with unexpected turns, baroque embellishments and excellent musicianship." -Radio one Chicago