Album Release Show
Can You Canoe, Old Baltimore Speedway
500 N. Market St.
Wilmington, DE, 19801
This event is all ages
Watch & Listen
"Amplified." That's the word that comes to mind when trying to describe Stallions. Walls of soaring guitar over the rolling pulse of drums, like Band of Horses by way of Joy Division. The band has been on a performance hiatus while preparing to release their debut full-length album, “Wasted and Lonely.” Their new lineup reunites the frontman Andrew Price with his old bandmate Zach Thomas, who has returned to Delaware after spending a few years in California after the pair broke up their previous band, the scene-stealing American Buffalo. Thomas, armed with an ear-catching voice with plenty of range, shares vocals with Price and has taken over rhythm guitar duties so Price can strut and dance as he delivers the band’s new songs. The band is rounded out by founding Stallions members Shane Trimble (bass) and Pat Daly (guitar), paired with new drummer Derrick “Napz” Mosley and Steve Payne, the band’s first keyboardist.
Can You Canoe
Not far from Philadelphia, in one house, lives all six members of Can You Canoe; a band who has hopped on the wagon to turn the wheels of change in modern rock music. Still searching to pinpoint a specific genre other than rock and roll, Can You Canoe's folk/country/classic rock roots come to light as they begin to establish a sound that's all their own. Performing seven members strong, Can You Canoe deliver a dynamic, high-energy show that will make any rock enthusiast tap their foot, and curl their lip.
Old Baltimore Speedway
Breaking down the stereotypical ideals of classic rock and outlaw country, Old Baltimore Speedway has created genuine, handmade, honest music. Music that brings their fans back to the classics they grew up with, but also instills the excitement of the new modern age of rock. Formed two years ago the band is hardly new to the music scene. The members Adam Beck, Mike Gilley, Clinton Hoffman and Charles Green, have been a part of the music scene for years with other bands, which ultimately has influenced the sound that is Old Baltimore Speedway. OBS has already released an EP, and they’re working on their new album, due to be released in early November.
With a small history, but large sound, Old Baltimore Speedway has captured a solid foundation of fans across the region. Expanding their musical instrumentation, and pushing the limits of their sound, OBS is raising the bar on good ol’, down and dirty rock ‘n’ roll.
All Upstairs tickets are General Admission. Dining is available at World Cafe Live at the Queen. To be assured of seating for an event, dining reservations are accepted for Upstairs Live, our full service restaurant. We recommend scheduling your reservation time 1½ to 2 hours before show time. For more information and to see menus, please read the Restaurant Info.
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