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Saturday, Jan 12, 2013 10:00 PM EST (10:00 PM Doors)
Elliot & The Ghost / Act Rights / Juniper Rising
Saturday, Jan 12, 2013 10:00 PM EST
Union Hall, Brooklyn, NY
21 years and over
Advance ticket sales have ended. Tickets will be available at the door.
“A smoldering piece of dark rock, perfect for a Tarantino-esque cannonball run through the cool desert night. Elliot & The Ghost prove to be a unique mix of blues, folk, and southern rock.”
You fight with your fists, you kiss with your lips, and you dance with your hips. For the past two years, Austin band Act Rights have ardently created passionate and hectic rock and roll that makes you do all three. The quartet takes a simple approach to capturing everyone’s attention at a show: They grit their teeth and pull you into their world. If you leave empowered, scared, joyful, angry or wasted then they did their job. The new album "Sweat Equity", produced by Andrew Scheps, captures the group's artistic prowess and no-holds-barred approach to music. It is the emanation of the band's efforts to move the listener. From the Austin dive-bar scene to showcasing at the 2012 SXSW Music Festival and touring the U.S., the sweat and conviction these guy play with will not leave you wanting.
Juniper Rising is a Brooklyn based Americana band comprised of Holly Overton, a brilliant landscape painter and guitar player, everyone's female drummer dream: 50's starlet Diana Potakh, and friendly, cat loving Andrew McNey. When you listen to them, you feel as if you are lying in a field of skyrocket gilia and cacti; butterflies and hawks flying overhead during dawn. A pleasant desert retreat from hectic New York lifestyle.