Get Talking w/Drunk Birmingham Music History Fest, Nowhere Squares, KinZie, Dree Leer, Me And My Knife + Late Night w/ The Audiovore
2514 10th Ave S
Birmingham, AL, 35205
Doors 2:00 PM / Show 3:00 PM
This event is 21 and over
Watch & Listen
Drunk Birmingham Music History
Drunk Birmingham Music History is here to tell the story of our music history through the people that lived it. Inspired by the Drunk History show... we get people to tell a story from a show. You don’t have to be drunk, but it’s more fun that way!
Frustrated geekrock spazz-out shit from Birmingham AL
Frantic self-help music for the embarrassed nerd in us all.
We are all coworkers at an undisclosed business and this band started after hours in the company basement as a form of 'recreational therapy'.
Psychedelic Noise Punk Rockers from Birmingham, AL
KinZie was conceived in 2011 by frontman and guitarist Phillip Ori. Today, it stands as a trio, an equilateral triangle of intertwined melodies and rhythms in pursuit of balance, harmony, and synchronicity. Ori recruited bass guitarist Thomas M. Warren in 2014 originally as a second guitarist, but both agreed that his services would be better rendered in a lower octave. After a rotating door of drummers, Parker Chambliss showed up in their lives, and he was adopted into the fold quickly as the final member of the trio. Together, the three of them have recorded and self-released an EP titled “Young Vagabonds”, and have begun work on their new full-length record “Dead Eyes”, due out 2019.
Indie from Birmingham AL
Dree Leer is what happens when three teens of the 90s get together and play loud, fuzz-driven, three chord, rock music.
It's been 6 years since Jackie Lo (guitar/vox) released an album and with a handful of songs she approached her friends Tim Frazier (Me and My Knife/drums) and Mandy Graffeo (aka Starstuff/bass) to join her as Dree Leer.
Me And My Knife
Rock from Birmingham AL
Me and My Knife love rock n roll.
DJ Lee Shook from Birmingham AL
Dedicated to the art of sound.
Lee Shook is the host of The Audiovore which airs Sundays on Birmingham Mountain Radio; 10pm - 11pm
$8.00 - $10.00
The Nick is a Private Club - Membership Card ($5 Per Year) & Valid ID to Enter