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JOHNSON BROS 28th ANNUAL VALENTINE'S BASH w/ Hardcore Lounge, Temperance League, Julian Calendar

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JOHNSON BROS 28th ANNUAL VALENTINE'S BASH w/ Hardcore Lounge, Temperance League, Julian Calendar
Saturday, February 8, 2020 10:00 PM
Snug Harbor, Charlotte, NC
  • 18 & over
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$7.00
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  • When: Saturday, Feb 8, 2020 10:00 PM (Doors open at 9:00 PM)
  • Ticket Price: $7.00
  • Door Time: 9:00 PM
  • Restrictions: 18 & over
Hardcore Lounge:
Brothers Chris and Wes Johnson, third generation entertainers with a gospel pedigree, lead this seasoned ensemble and take their audience on a guided tour, a travelogue of musical styles set in exotic locations. Nods to earlier eras are welcome like promised acid flashbacks set to a disco beat. Marco Heeter(The Skeeters, Phester), Marlon Young (Moonburn,The Interstellers), Bryan Askew (The Situationals), Mary Massie (Mary Massie Band), and Jen Hatley. Special guest and family friend David Shealy (Walking Outside, George Hatcher Band, Mudlick) fills out the stage for the night.

Temperance League:
What do you do when the rock & roll Gods and odds stack up against you? When Time says the velvet ropes, limousines and magazine covers have passed you by, or that rock & roll is only a young man’s passing digital fancy? Do you pack it in, pull up a bar stool and content yourself with re-living the glory days? Or do you hunker down, turn it up, and tell the Gods and Time to fuck the fuck off? The gentlemen in Temperance League choose the latter, and this beggar's dozen of lunch-bucket anthems is the night-in, night-out product of a band just nailing down its stride. What matters here is experience: A rhythm section locked in, a song-serving guitar solo, a singer who spills his guts into every desperate ballad and transcendent rocker. Without aping the classics, but built from the same DNA, Temperance League’s sophomore slab reminds us that heart-felt rock & roll songs don’t care how old or famous you are – only that you mean it. —John Schacht

Julian Calendar:
Jeremy Fisher / Jeff Jackson / Hannah Hundley / Scott Thompson / Lee Herrera