From an Irish pub to an Academy Award winning movie: The Mahones have come a long way in 23 years! Heralded as pioneers of the Irish punk scene, and internationally recognized as one of the best and hardest working punk outfits around, The Mahones are back with Angels & Devils, their eighth studio album. Created in 21 days in several different countries, Finny McConnell produced Angels & Devils at Red Rhino Studios in Montreal, after recording sessions with his band mates in both Belfast and Amsterdam. The Mahones' last album, The Black Irish, was voted Best Punk Album at The Independent Music Awards, and the band was determined to follow-it up with an even bigger, better sound. It was the recording sessions in Montreal that made the cut for their latest studio release.

The album features very special guest appearances from friends, family, and musical greats: Ken Casey (Dropkick Murphys), Jake Burns (Stiff Little Fingers) and Greg Keelor (Blue Rodeo), just to name a few.

The Mahones formed on St. Patrick's Day in 1990, and have been working on their own brand of Irish punk ever since. With a working class ethic and a love of classic punk, Finny McConnell formed the band to combine his love of punk rock and his Irish culture. Alongside Finny McConnell are Dom "The Bomb" Whelan (drums, vocals), Katie "Kaboom!" McConnell (accordion, vocals),Sean Winter (mandolin, banjo, vocals) and Eryk "Chainsaw" Chamberland.

With songs that have become the essential soundtrack to every Irish punk out there, young and old, The Mahones have found themselves growing with every year, and are now headlining festivals around the world, and sharing the stage with their musical heroes. It's really no wonder that their hit song "Paint The Town Red" was featured in the climactic final fight scene of Academy Award winning film The Fighter, starring Mark Wahlberg, Christian Bale and Amy Adams.The Mahones are proud to have a long list of TV and movie appearances from their growing repertoire of Irish punk classics.

For the past 23 years The Mahones have released a slew of successful albums, and are world-renowned for an energy-packed, electrifying live show that has garnered them a worldwide base of dedicated fans.

The Scrapes

WALLY, MATT S., WILL, MATT C., HOWIE, Scrapes formed late in 2008, Matt Sandanato and Howie went to a benefit at Middle East Cambrigde MA. At the time Gang Green local punk icons were on a mandatory court issued hiatus, so Matt asked Howie to get together write some songs. Matty Scrape (Gang Green) and Howie enlisted the help of Walter Guftason (Gang Green,Mung,Outlets and plenty of other great Boston bands) to come out and drum,when looking for a drummer ask the best.So Wally's on board. Will Carroll accomplished bass player and friend signed on to hold the bottom,then while drinking in a bar (Great Scotts one evening Howie runs into Matt Cherette who asks to try out on guitar long story short the kid fit right in, turns out to be a excellent guitar player! Look out for new record soon to be mixed!

The Pourmen

Songs from the Cobblestone Streets and Salty Pubs of the Whaling City

$12.00 - $14.00

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The Mahones with The Scrapes, The Pourmen

Thursday, November 21 · 8:00 PM at Church