The Good Hurt, The Whiskey Syndicate
2200 2nd Ave
Seattle, WA, 98121
This event is 21 and over
Mealfrog is a six-member roots rock band based out of Seattle that prides themselves on their dynamic and often improvisation live performances, regularly playing three-plus hours of original songs. The band has honed its multi-textural sound since forming in the summer of 2008, steadily adding regular gigs and loyal fans. Each member adds a distinct flavor to an eclectic sound range of styles including rock, reggae, folk, blues and grunge to create a truly unique signature sound. With Mealfrogs faithful fan-base rapidly expanding an the group's resume continuing to build, the buss for this band is tangible in the northwest and primed to grow into something special.
The Good Hurt
Seattle-based Indie / Pop / Rock outfit The Good Hurt will take the stage one last time after three years of writing, recording and touring the Western US regularly. Having played at major industry festivals such as SXSW, CMJ, and NAMM, the band has put a lot of miles behind them, both musically and literally. With clean front-driven pop vocals from James Lanman supported by a tight rhythm section and catchy guitar hooks, The Good Hurt makes for an extremely fun live show that will have you singing along for days after the show. The band will be splitting up following this performance to pursue alternative endeavors. A brand new 4-track EP will be released at this show as a gesture of gratitude to the fans who have supported the band through the years.
The Whiskey Syndicate
After a lot of jamming and drinking in Wolverhampton during the summer of 2007, and taking inspiration from their summer soundtrack featuring the likes Motley Crue, Metallica, Kiss, The Datsuns, Thunder, AC/DC, and Guns n Roses, The Whiskey Syndicate were born, comprising of Mike Davies – Guitar, Anthony Wright – Lead Vocals & Lead Guitar, Richard Corry – Bass & Backing Vocals, Stu Adams – Drums.The band immediately began writing and performing locally and quickly developed a killer sound and a storming live stage show.
Their reputation quickly spread and more dates were booked including tours and live dates alongside the likes of The Answer, Veins Of Jenna, Gundogs, King Lizard, Red Light Rippers and Voodoo Six. The band even completed a 3 week west coast tour of the USA, playing L.A., Las Vegas and Phoenix finishing off with a storming sold out show at The Viper Rooms on the world famous Sunset Strip.
Recent live reviews have described the band as “a mixture of classic rock, punk and heavy metal in a huge punch up, the resulting wall of noise is………The Whiskey Syndicate!”