Pecos And The Rooftops

Tue May 14 2024

8:00 PM (Doors 7:00 PM)

Off The Rails Music Venue

90 Commercial Street Worcester, MA 01608

$25.00

All Ages

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General Admission
General admission is standing-room only.

Reserved Table Seating - SOLD OUT
Get ready to enjoy a seat at one of our exclusive bar-height tables. Tickets must be bought as a pair. Only 12 tables available.Tickets Includes:

  • Entry to the show

  • Private table for two 

  • Access to Off The Rails food menu

  • Personal server to order food and drinks

  •  One (1) parking spot per table - a unique single-use QR code will be sent to you 24-48 hours prior to your event to scan upon entry to the parking lot located behind Off The Rails. 

For assistance with ticketing, please email our team at info@offtherailsworcester.com

*Please be advised that reservations made on TOAST are NOT tickets to the music venue and do not offer views into the venue. 

Off The Rails Presents
Pecos And The Rooftops

  • Pecos & The Rooftops

    Pecos & The Rooftops

    Country

    Pecos & The Rooftops have been perfecting a signature heavy blend of lowdown country and classic rock since their inception in a big five-bedroom house in Lubbock, Texas. Formed in 2019 by a tight-knit squad of college friends, the band outfits their soulful Americana with muscular guitar grit, yet remains tuneful and melodic. They’ve carved out a singular niche for themselves in the rich songwriting tradition of their home state, as evidenced by their debut Warner Records single “5AM.” Anchored by the heart-baring songwriting and booming voice of former Marine Pecos Hurley, the band is rounded out by top-tier players and songwriters Brandon Jones (rhythm guitar), Zack Foster (lead guitar), Kalen Davis (bass), Garrett Peltier (drums) and Hunter Cassell (guitars & keys).
     
    Big things have small beginnings. Pecos & The Rooftops chose their name—a nod to the part of the house they’d hang out, drink beers, and jam on—just before self-releasing their debut single, 2019’s slow-burning “This Damn Song.” It was a runaway success, earning an RIAA Platinum certification and going on to rack up more than 250 million streams globally. Deciding to ride the wave for as long as they could, the band hit the road directly after and haven’t stopped since, touring relentlessly on the club circuit and opening for the likes of rising country star Zach Bryan. They released the Red Eye EP in 2020,expanding on their already solid sound with more guitar heroics and more complex arrangements, hinting at jazz and psychedelic influences.
     
    Hurley has a gift for exploring the shadowy sides of life through his songwriting, offering a clear-eyed and unflinching look at heartbreak, disconnection, self-medication, and wrestling with dark times. On “5AM,” he’s stuck in a self-destructive pattern, trying to live up to the idea of being the man he wants to be, but thwarted on all sides by his own bad decisions. “Wish I could say that I saw it coming—problem is I never do,” Hurley sings over a gloomy guitar line. “It’s too late to let myself feel something, so I’ll just keep running from you.”
     
    “It’s about having a habit of going to the bar and getting drunk and staying up all night,” Hurley says from his home outside Dallas. “You kind of know that when you go to bed it’s probably not going to end well—because you fucked up again and you can’t get out of the cycle. It’s about being by yourself in the early hours of the morning. It’s just one of those ‘You fucked up’ songs.”
     
    Pecos & The Rooftops have earned a devoted fan base who’ve come out to support them both online and on the road, with the band garnering over 350 million global streams and more than 101 million video views. They’re currently on a nationwide headline tour with more dates to be announced soon. “5AM” is a telling preview of what’s to come, as Pecos & The Rooftops ready their major label debut LP—a bigger, bolder collection of songs set for release later this year. “At the end of the day, I just want to help people with our music, honestly,” Hurley says. Between the band’s wild road shows and their highly-anticipated upcoming full-length, Pecos & the Rooftopsare set to do that and much, much more

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Off The Rails Presents

Pecos And The Rooftops

Tue May 14 2024 8:00 PM

(Doors 7:00 PM)

Off The Rails Music Venue Worcester MA
Pecos And The Rooftops

$25.00 All Ages

General Admission
General admission is standing-room only.

Reserved Table Seating - SOLD OUT
Get ready to enjoy a seat at one of our exclusive bar-height tables. Tickets must be bought as a pair. Only 12 tables available.Tickets Includes:

  • Entry to the show

  • Private table for two 

  • Access to Off The Rails food menu

  • Personal server to order food and drinks

  •  One (1) parking spot per table - a unique single-use QR code will be sent to you 24-48 hours prior to your event to scan upon entry to the parking lot located behind Off The Rails. 

For assistance with ticketing, please email our team at info@offtherailsworcester.com

*Please be advised that reservations made on TOAST are NOT tickets to the music venue and do not offer views into the venue. 

Pecos & The Rooftops

Pecos & The Rooftops

Country

Pecos & The Rooftops have been perfecting a signature heavy blend of lowdown country and classic rock since their inception in a big five-bedroom house in Lubbock, Texas. Formed in 2019 by a tight-knit squad of college friends, the band outfits their soulful Americana with muscular guitar grit, yet remains tuneful and melodic. They’ve carved out a singular niche for themselves in the rich songwriting tradition of their home state, as evidenced by their debut Warner Records single “5AM.” Anchored by the heart-baring songwriting and booming voice of former Marine Pecos Hurley, the band is rounded out by top-tier players and songwriters Brandon Jones (rhythm guitar), Zack Foster (lead guitar), Kalen Davis (bass), Garrett Peltier (drums) and Hunter Cassell (guitars & keys).
 
Big things have small beginnings. Pecos & The Rooftops chose their name—a nod to the part of the house they’d hang out, drink beers, and jam on—just before self-releasing their debut single, 2019’s slow-burning “This Damn Song.” It was a runaway success, earning an RIAA Platinum certification and going on to rack up more than 250 million streams globally. Deciding to ride the wave for as long as they could, the band hit the road directly after and haven’t stopped since, touring relentlessly on the club circuit and opening for the likes of rising country star Zach Bryan. They released the Red Eye EP in 2020,expanding on their already solid sound with more guitar heroics and more complex arrangements, hinting at jazz and psychedelic influences.
 
Hurley has a gift for exploring the shadowy sides of life through his songwriting, offering a clear-eyed and unflinching look at heartbreak, disconnection, self-medication, and wrestling with dark times. On “5AM,” he’s stuck in a self-destructive pattern, trying to live up to the idea of being the man he wants to be, but thwarted on all sides by his own bad decisions. “Wish I could say that I saw it coming—problem is I never do,” Hurley sings over a gloomy guitar line. “It’s too late to let myself feel something, so I’ll just keep running from you.”
 
“It’s about having a habit of going to the bar and getting drunk and staying up all night,” Hurley says from his home outside Dallas. “You kind of know that when you go to bed it’s probably not going to end well—because you fucked up again and you can’t get out of the cycle. It’s about being by yourself in the early hours of the morning. It’s just one of those ‘You fucked up’ songs.”
 
Pecos & The Rooftops have earned a devoted fan base who’ve come out to support them both online and on the road, with the band garnering over 350 million global streams and more than 101 million video views. They’re currently on a nationwide headline tour with more dates to be announced soon. “5AM” is a telling preview of what’s to come, as Pecos & The Rooftops ready their major label debut LP—a bigger, bolder collection of songs set for release later this year. “At the end of the day, I just want to help people with our music, honestly,” Hurley says. Between the band’s wild road shows and their highly-anticipated upcoming full-length, Pecos & the Rooftopsare set to do that and much, much more

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