Lazlo Lee And The Motherless Children, Grayling Skyy, Cellis
2549 North Howard Street
Baltimore, MD, 21218
Doors 8:00 PM / Show 9:00 PM
This event is all ages
Old 97s, Pixies, Two Inch Astronaut, Black Sabbath, Thin Lizzy, AC/DC, The Beach Boys, The Replacements
Raised mostly in a holler on the border of West Virginia and Virginia. Formed in summer of 2013 while working on a cattle ranch in East Texas. This family band is a second generation alt-country four piece that brings garage-rock speed and power, southern rock harmonies and straight up kickassery to their music. They played their first real gig together in October 2013 during ACL at the HIckoids' Corn Lover's Fiesta in Austin, and in the spring of 2014 during SXSW at Jeff Smith's Saustex Records showcase.
Lazlo Lee And The Motherless Children
Lazlo Lee and The Motherless Children are a blues/garage rock-n-roll band out of Baltimore City. Lazlo, with his howling vox and guitar, front this two-piece band that was named after the old blues traditional 'Motherless Children'. With the fast, heavy hitting Cocaine Jim on the drums, this act thrives on their energetic live preformance with catchy riffs and the ability to turn on any crowd.
Lazlo and The Motherless have had the privilege to share the stage with such acts like The Dex Romweber Duo, The Dirtbombs, Biters, Hot Snakes,The Flying Eyes, Dirty Fences and Paint Fumes, amongst other great acts. The band realeased their self-titled EP in 2008, and have been on the rotation of several Baltimore radio stations since. Lazlo Lee and The Motherless Children are realeasing "Dirty Horns", a full length LP, this autumn while on their first European tour, and will be back in the studio recording another EP come winter.
Baltimore City Paper-"This Baltimore Group looks and sounds exactly like you’d think people who grew up without a nurturing female presence in their lives would: insolently bluesy, borderline boozy, and a maybe even a little pissed off. The alliteratively named vocalist/guitarist, Lazlo Lee, possesses a great howl, and it is always refreshing when a garage-rawk power band is smart enough to know that it doesn’t have to reinvent the wheel to lay down a good time."
InterPunk.com-"Add a quart of whiskey to the White Stripes with a dash of Zeppelin a shot of the Sonics and you get this sweet and nasty Baltimore band"
Patrons under 21 years of age pay $2 surcharge at the door