Americana Sundays w/ Blame The Whiskey

Sun May 20 2018

7:00 PM (Doors 7:00 PM)

Thunder Road

379 Somerville Ave Somerville, MA 02143

$5

Ages 21+

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Thunder Road Presents:
Americana Sundays w/ Blame The Whiskey

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  • Blame The Whiskey

    Blame The Whiskey

    Americana

    The Blame The Whiskey Story

    Blame The Whiskey was founded in April 2017 by David Alex-Barton, Rebecca Burke, and Stephen Gilligan. David is the former lead singer and guitarist in the popular 80’s punk rock band The Outlets and is a member of the country band Tattoo Cowboy. Rebecca is a musician and vocalist in Boston’s South Shore and is a lead singer and guitarist in the country band Swamp Yankees. Stephen is the bass player for the legendary Boston band The Stompers and the country band Swamp Yankees.

    Initially, they were looking to form an acoustic country trio. However, as the trio took off, they realized something was missing. Within a few weeks of their first practice, the group added the fourth and final member, Dave Hoitt, to play cajon and percussion. Dave is the drummer for Boston’s The 617 band and former drummer for the San Francisco band Rug Doctor. He was the missing piece that completed the Blame The Whiskey “sound”.

    Blame The Whiskey’s sound is big and unique. They are very well received, by local audiences, for their distinctive style and energy. Blame The Whiskey is primarily a modern country cover band, however they perform several original songs, written by David Alex-Barton and Stephen Gilligan, which include Silver Moon (2017), Power Over Me (2017), Can’t Put A Chain On Me (2017), Black Cat Bone (2017), and What’s a Little Rock and Roll Between Friends (2017). 

Thunder Road Presents:

Americana Sundays w/ Blame The Whiskey

Sun May 20 2018 7:00 PM

(Doors 7:00 PM)

Thunder Road Somerville MA
Americana Sundays w/ Blame The Whiskey
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  • Check out other similar events on TicketWeb.

$5 Ages 21+

Dear Music Lovers,
We at Thunder Road pride ourselves on being a safe space. If at any time or for any reason someone at the show is making you feel unsafe or uncomfortable please let a staff member know immediately. Thanks and have a great time!

ENJOY 10% OFF FOOD ORDERS 5PM-8PM WITH PURCHASE OF ADVANCE TICKETS

Blame The Whiskey

Blame The Whiskey

Americana

The Blame The Whiskey Story

Blame The Whiskey was founded in April 2017 by David Alex-Barton, Rebecca Burke, and Stephen Gilligan. David is the former lead singer and guitarist in the popular 80’s punk rock band The Outlets and is a member of the country band Tattoo Cowboy. Rebecca is a musician and vocalist in Boston’s South Shore and is a lead singer and guitarist in the country band Swamp Yankees. Stephen is the bass player for the legendary Boston band The Stompers and the country band Swamp Yankees.

Initially, they were looking to form an acoustic country trio. However, as the trio took off, they realized something was missing. Within a few weeks of their first practice, the group added the fourth and final member, Dave Hoitt, to play cajon and percussion. Dave is the drummer for Boston’s The 617 band and former drummer for the San Francisco band Rug Doctor. He was the missing piece that completed the Blame The Whiskey “sound”.

Blame The Whiskey’s sound is big and unique. They are very well received, by local audiences, for their distinctive style and energy. Blame The Whiskey is primarily a modern country cover band, however they perform several original songs, written by David Alex-Barton and Stephen Gilligan, which include Silver Moon (2017), Power Over Me (2017), Can’t Put A Chain On Me (2017), Black Cat Bone (2017), and What’s a Little Rock and Roll Between Friends (2017).