Prizoner's Last Show Ever with Lemon Sky and A Liar's Eyes

Sat Dec 28 2019

8:00 PM (Doors 7:00 PM)

Riverfront Live

4343 Kellogg Ave Cincinnati, OH 45226

$12.00

All Ages

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Prizoner was formed in 1980 by Tim Keyes, Paul Hoffman, Chuck Campbell, and Bill Parsons in a garage in northeastern suburbs of Cincinnati. Shortly thereafter Paul was replaced by Billy’s friend Scott McCroby. Tim got an offer and left to join the regionally successful “Powerplay” where he met drummer Stephen Schwarz. Scott and Bill recruited Kurt Dobkins on vocals (who later joined Spike) and Russell Jinkens (CJSS) on vocals and guitar. Between 1981 and 1988 there were many lineup changes which included Tim coming back to the group after a year with Powerplay, Paul “Jake” Jacobson taking over on the vocals, Bob Hellmann coming in on drums, Pat O’Brien (Lethal, Cannibal Corpse) joining on guitar, Stephen Schwarz taking over for Bob, Darrell Roberts (WASP, Five Finger Death Punch) taking over for Pat, and so on….and so on! They brought in record crowds up and down the coast warming up for bands like Quiet Riot, Anthrax and The Ramones

Lemon Sky is a Cincinnati based psych-rock/prog-pop quintet that creates a heavy yet highly-melodic brand of psychedelic garage rock that combines the classic rock pomp and stomp of Led Zeppelin with the paisley pop melodies and modern musicality of Queens of the Stone Age for a forward-thinking sound rooted in the past.
The band's signature three-guitar attack consists of vocalist Aaron Madrigal, lead guitarist Ed Bruker, and noise machine Eric Cronstein while the he foundation of the the group is laid down by drummer Eric Keyes and bassist Phteven Korfhagen. This pairing of instrumentation allows Lemon Sky's live show to recreate and expand upon their recorded material with visceral textures, tonal layers, and rhythmic intricacies. A Lemon Sky show is nothing if not full, heavy, and intense

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Prizoner's Last Show Ever with Lemon Sky and A Liar's Eyes

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Prizoner's Last Show Ever with Lemon Sky and A Liar's Eyes

Sat Dec 28 2019 8:00 PM

(Doors 7:00 PM)

Riverfront Live Cincinnati OH
Prizoner's Last Show Ever with Lemon Sky and A Liar's Eyes

$12.00 All Ages

Prizoner was formed in 1980 by Tim Keyes, Paul Hoffman, Chuck Campbell, and Bill Parsons in a garage in northeastern suburbs of Cincinnati. Shortly thereafter Paul was replaced by Billy’s friend Scott McCroby. Tim got an offer and left to join the regionally successful “Powerplay” where he met drummer Stephen Schwarz. Scott and Bill recruited Kurt Dobkins on vocals (who later joined Spike) and Russell Jinkens (CJSS) on vocals and guitar. Between 1981 and 1988 there were many lineup changes which included Tim coming back to the group after a year with Powerplay, Paul “Jake” Jacobson taking over on the vocals, Bob Hellmann coming in on drums, Pat O’Brien (Lethal, Cannibal Corpse) joining on guitar, Stephen Schwarz taking over for Bob, Darrell Roberts (WASP, Five Finger Death Punch) taking over for Pat, and so on….and so on! They brought in record crowds up and down the coast warming up for bands like Quiet Riot, Anthrax and The Ramones

Lemon Sky is a Cincinnati based psych-rock/prog-pop quintet that creates a heavy yet highly-melodic brand of psychedelic garage rock that combines the classic rock pomp and stomp of Led Zeppelin with the paisley pop melodies and modern musicality of Queens of the Stone Age for a forward-thinking sound rooted in the past.
The band's signature three-guitar attack consists of vocalist Aaron Madrigal, lead guitarist Ed Bruker, and noise machine Eric Cronstein while the he foundation of the the group is laid down by drummer Eric Keyes and bassist Phteven Korfhagen. This pairing of instrumentation allows Lemon Sky's live show to recreate and expand upon their recorded material with visceral textures, tonal layers, and rhythmic intricacies. A Lemon Sky show is nothing if not full, heavy, and intense

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