Denizen, The Schooley Mountain Band, Femur

Sat Jan 28 2017

7:00 PM (Doors 6:30 PM)

The Marlin Room at Webster Hall

125 East 11th St. New York, NY 10003

Ages 18+

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  • Denizen

    Denizen

    Pop

    Distilling the sounds of American music, Denizen hail from tradition but cut the edge off of roots-rock. One listen to the band and you will find the door re-opened to blues and rock 'n' roll, though you may need re-introduction. There’s no clear way to capture their sound by description, but it's music with something to say. They are a band that still believes music is best done live or else it's dead, and has been resounding proof of the former night after night since 2012.

  • The Schooley Mountain Band

    The Schooley Mountain Band

    Alternative Rock

    The Schooley Mountain Band is a NYC / New Jersey based blues-rock experience. Founded in 2012 by cousins Madison Gerish (vocals, guitar) and Michael Rieckert (guitar), the SMB delivers soulful, melodic vocals over driving and groovy jams. While The Schooley Mountain Band’s material is rooted in frontwoman Madison Gerish’s early career as an acoustic singer/songwriter, it has since progressed into a dynamic and high-energy sound, without abandoning Gerish’s melodic folk origins. In late 2013, former Psychedelic Hat Rack members Aydar Shaildayev (bass, keys), Dan Novograd (guitar) and Jackson Richards (drums) joined to round out The Schooley Mountain Band’s versatile lineup.

  • Femur

    Femur

    Pop Rock

Webster Hall Presents

Denizen, The Schooley Mountain Band, Femur

Sat Jan 28 2017 7:00 PM

(Doors 6:30 PM)

The Marlin Room at Webster Hall New York NY
Denizen, The Schooley Mountain Band, Femur
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Ages 18+

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