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Hi Ho (of Turnspit)
/ Mike Frazier / Blind Adam & The Federal League / Damien Christian Wilburn (of The Blind Staggers)

Thursday, Mar 29, 2018 9:00 PM CDT (9:00 PM Doors)
Quenchers, Chicago, IL
21 years and over

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HI HO (Gillian of Turnspit)

My name is Gillian and this is my solo project, Hi Ho. I write mostly sad songs because I feel lots of feels. My songs are vulnerable, raw and honest. I hope you feel something when you listen. I'm also one-fourth of Turnspit, a melodic, Midwestern punk band proudly from Chicago.


Virginia folk-punk-americana-etc artist Mike Frazier is s releasing his debut EP “Virginia Son” today on Geneva Records. The EP features five tracks harkening back to classic artists like Creedance Clearwater Revival and The Clash, while incorporating the modern styles of artists such as Frank Turner and Hostage Calm. The EP blends rock and roll and punk music while lyrically exploring Frazier’s upbringing in Virginia and how it has affected his worldview.


These fellas play some pretty dang decent rock n roll music, alright'- something Woody Guthrie might say if he was alive and liked punk rock.


Damien Christian plays in a killer country rock n roll band (think if Thin Lizzy played country music) called the Blind Staggers. Sometimes he plays solo shows, showcasing all the songs his band didn't like. It's super self indulgent.


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