Blackberry Breeze, The Twotakes, Seven Year Witch, The Roof
2514 10th Ave S
Birmingham, AL, 35205
Doors 9:00 PM / Show 10:00 PM
This event is 21 and over
Blackberry Breeze formed in 2012 in a mechanic shop in Dadeville, AL(a small lake-town on Lake Martin between Alexander City and Auburn, AL). Blackberry Breeze still has two of their founding members active in the band, Trey Foshee and Paul Blankenship. Other members have gone on to become doctors, engineers, and rocket scientists. The pop reggae trio has recently released their first EP, "A Spaceship to the Moon" featuring their popular song, "See You Soon."
Alt Rock and Rock and roll from Atlanta GA / Anderson, SC
Founded in late 2016 in Atlanta, GA, The Twotakes wasted no time releasing their self-made debut album and immediately jumping on the road to support it and spread the word. In the short amount of time since, the band has managed to tour across a large portion of the country, secure an ever-growing following in their region, play with a wide range of national acts, and release two new singles that will appear on the follow up album they are currently wrapping up. With 2019 already shaping up to be a productive year, The Twotakes are showing no signs of letting up any time soon.
Seven Year Witch
Rock N Roll
Seven Year Witch, (formerly known as Doc Holiday) is planet earth's last rock n' roll band. 7YW has been relentlessly touring the United States, venturing internationally to spread their dangerous rock n' roll ideology into Canada, and making as many extracurricular appearances as possible - including a performance on AdultSwim.com in June 2017.
Rock from State College PA
The Roof met in 2015 at Penn State Altoona by random chance, with no songwriting experience, and no expectations. Their overlapping musical interests(Cage the Elephant, Bob Dylan, Led Zeppelin, Grateful Dead, Sam Cooke, Faces, Tom Petty, etc.) soon sparked insight into a deeper friendship, as well as a desire to create. At first, with minuscule prowess, but with immense drive and effort, the songs progressed, as well as their friendship. After three years of playing dive bars, and house shows, The Roof has earned a dedicated fan base at The Pennsylvania State University as well as the Pittsburgh, PA area. As a result, the band has opened for national acts like New Politics, Waka Flocka Flame, The Brook and the Bluff, and more, at venues like Stage AE, Club Café, and The Altoona Railroaders Museum. In the summer of 2018, their debut EP “Tangled Lives” was self-recorded & self-produced, within the reigns of a small college apartment. Currently, they are in the midst of writing songs for their follow up album, as well as booking a summer tour. Although three members will graduate this year with engineering degrees, they plan to forego that career path, and pursue their love for music, forevermore.