RX Bandits/The Dear Hunter with special guests From Indian Lakes
The metamorphic rock group's latest disc showcases a more rock-oriented quartet, while deftly sweeping in elements of Latin, prog-rock, punk, rock to dub and blues. The much anticipated follow-up to 2006’s ...And The Battle Begun jettisons ahead of where the last left off, scaling back the use of horns and adding more focus on balance and powerful dynamics.
The Dear Hunter is a progressive rock band consisting of singer/writer/producer/multi-instrumentalist Casey Crescenzo and drummer Nick Crescenzo. The band has released 2 full length albums and one EP on Triple Crown Records over the past 4 years, and is currently unsigned. The band recently announced a game-changing, limited edition, lifetime member fan club package that gives 250 fans exclusive access to content unavailable to the rest of the public, complete with a lifetime pass to any TDH show for the rest of the band’s career. RX Bandits | The Dear Hunter | Purchase Tickets Online | 866-468-3401 | Reserve Balcony | Local Outlets
Sylvania with guests A Friendly Gesture, Lane 5, Home Again, Talion
Music is a way of life; a means of finding oneself. The unwavering brotherhood that is achieved through music is the catalyst behind the formation of Sylvania in May of 2011 by Vocalist Zach Geraci and Guitarist Brendan Harrison. Gaining experience through playing acoustically in open mic nights at local bars, the duo decided to begin writing their own music with other musicians. After 2 years and multiple failed rhythm sections, the duo found Percussionist Nathan Orr at a party on Memorial Day in 2013. Around the same time, Guitarist Zach Cain joined the band at the urging of Zach Geraci. Sylvania began practicing and writing music together during the Summer of 2013. After playing a few small shows without a bassist, guitarist Zach Cain decided to take a brief stint on bass guitar until a new bassist was found. After a few shows with Cain on bass, Kyle Pendergast was indoctrinated into Sylvania in December 2013 as the new bassist. With the permanent lineup in place, Sylvania began playing some of the biggest venues in the Pittsburgh area, such as the Hollywood Theater, Stage AE and Mr. Smalls. Currently, Sylvania is in the studio, working on their EP due to be released on August 2014. facebook.com/FansofSYLVANIA | Purchase Tickets Online | 866-468-3401 | Reserve Balcony
Jenny Lewis with special guests The Apache Relay
Jenny Lewis is one of the most celebrated and well-respected performers of her generation. Beginning her career in 1998 as the frontwoman of Rilo Kiley, the band rose from the burgeoning independent music community in Los Angeles to become one of the most dynamic and influential bands of the early 2000’s. In between recording and touring with Rilo Kiley, Jenny contributed vocals to The Postal Service’s debut album “Give Up” (2003) and toured as a multi-instrumentalist with the band.