Listings are in the opposite order of appearance: headliner is listed at the top, next is the support band(s), and the last band listed is the opener.
Sunday October 27
8:00PM doors -- music at 8:30PM
••• ALL AGES
Rock and Roll
alternative Rock and roll
-Uel Dee - Guitar, Vocals
Cyle Bones - Vocals
Cain Cobra - Drums
Dee Bone - Bass
-from Jackson, MS/Nashville, TN
-Raucous Mississippi rock combo the Weeks got their start early, forming in 2006 while all four of the members were still in high school. Staffed by twin brothers Cyle (lead vocals) and Cain Barnes (drums), Samuel Williams (guitar, vocals), and Damien Bone (bass), things picked up quickly for the Jackson-based quartet, who signed to the Esperanza Plantation label and released their debut, Cadillac Comeback, in 2008. Their swaggering, sludgy, and slightly Southern indie rock was further expanded on a follow-up EP, Rumspringa, which came out a year later. Following their self-released second album, Dry Land Is Not a Myth, the Weeks packed up and moved to Nashville, where they signed a new deal with Kings of Leon's label, Serpents and Snakes. With the new label deal came higher exposure for their hooky third LP, Gutter Gaunt Gangster, as they continued to dial in their freewheeling rock sound. Their Serpents and Snakes follow-up, 2014's horn-laden Dear Bo Jackson, saw a further expansion of their sound and put them in front of European audiences while touring with Kings of Leon. A year later, the four-song Buttons EP acted as a placeholder while the Weeks hunkered down at Memphis' legendary Ardent Studios to record their fifth album, 2017's Easy. ~ Timothy Monger
-from Nashville, TN
-Future Thieves was formed in late 2013 after a timely split between former bands. Elliot Collett (vocals, guitars, keys) enlisted band members Gianni Gibson (drums) and Nick Goss (bass, keys, bgvs) to play along with recordings done in Los Angeles in the months prior. Austin McCool (guitars) quickly joined rank, after playing with Collett and Goss in various projects. Future Thieves began writing, recording, and touring the United States in 2014.
The band quickly formed a distinct sound, blending alternative pop vocal melodies with driving guitars and intricate rhythms. Their debut LP Horizon Line was released independently on October 23, 2015, and the song “Horizon Line” landed at #26 on Spotify’s US Viral 50 chart. Future Thieves spent the next year and change spreading their music in venues all across the States and Europe, hitting major festivals including Loufest, Bonnaroo, Summerfest, SXSW, Forecastle, Live on the Green, and WAM along the way. Live At Blue Rock was recorded in Wimberley, TX and released on January 13, 2017. From these live recordings, “Ghosts” was exclusively showcased on TeamCOCO.com. The band quickly released the stand-alone single and video for “Sucker” as an indication of what was to come. Featuring smooth synths and guitar-driven pop, Collett’s vocal melody demanded center stage. The song was premiered on Billboard.com and AltPress.com, and the video was exclusively streamed with Jimmy Fallon.
-from Nashville, TN
-Sometimes you just need some heavy, intense rock to help get any bottled-up energy out. Hailing from Nashville, TN, rockers H.A.R.D (the acronym stands for "have a rad day") are out with their debut single, "Bellyacher," and it's a song that helps you do just that. Produced by Jordan Smith of Diarrhea Planet and featuring guest vocals from Cyle Barnes, the song's riotous energy is created with harmonizing guitars and clashing drums. And if that's not enough, the singer shouting "I don't give a fuck!" is cathartic enough in itself.
"'Bellyacher' was the first track Daniel and Thomas started working on after a couple years of not writing together," the group told us. "The heavy intro really got us excited to try this new vision we had for this new band. The lyrics originally started about a stressed friendship, but Thomas wanted to try something different and tell an interesting story. The story ended up being about the band being abducted by aliens and Tom Delonge saving them. Thomas is a huge Ancient Aliens and UFO buff and grew up listening to Blink-182 so it only felt right to pay homage to a fellow alien enthusiast."
They continued, "We chose 'Bellyacher' as our single because it's rowdy, has sweet guitar harmonies that we love so much, and also has guest vocals from our good buddy Cyle Barnes from The Weeks, who have taken us out on quite a few shows already this year."