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Wednesday October 16 2024
  7:30PM doors -- music at 8:30PM
$20 in advance / $23 at the door
Everyone Asked About You
 punk emo rock
 punk emo

Everyone Asked About You
-from Little Rock, AR
-Everyone Asked About You sprung forth from Little Rock, Arkansas’ vibrant mid-90’s DIY punk and emo scene in 1996. High school friends Collins Kilgore, Chris Sheppard, and Lee
Buford would jam at Buford’s family home between sessions of MarioKart64 and Goldeneye. As actual songs began coming to fruition, Hannah Vogan joined on vocals. The first practice
room was too small for any other members so the band progressed without a bass player, and the first three singles were written and recorded as a four piece. In 1998 Matt Bradley
joined the band on bass; John Beachboard joined a year later on synth and keyboard. The Let’s Be Enemies LP and subsequent tour in 1999 were a product of the six piece band.

Steeped in the sounds of Midwest emo and 90’s indie rock, EAAY wrote and recorded music that reflect the straightforward and intense feeling of a teenager experiencing adult emotions
for the first time. Longing, first love, self-realization, the drudgery of getting older were all fodder for these teens. In 2022 The Numero Group managed to wrangle the far-flung members
of Everyone Asked About You in order to remaster and reissue their remarkably rare catalog both digitally and physically.

-from Berkeley, CA
-Awakebutstillinbed originally came into this world as the solo project of vocalist and guitarist Shannon Taylor, but since has grown into a full outfit that is responsible for both a
revitalization of the Bay Area’s emo scene, and the birth of what is commonly referred to as fifth-wave emo. Their blends of Midwest emo, classic pacific northwestern alternative,
and 90s post-hardcore are motivating and endearing. Their song themes explore the pressure put on you by other people and the vulnerability it brings whether you’re succeeding
or failing, expressed from jangly chords and impassioned yells to intimate acoustic ballads.