One Koast Entertainment Presents
One Koast Entertainment Presents Maryland Live Vol. 8
Velma, Cafe Lamotta, Brandon Ryan, Higher Education, Tommy McGee, The Knolly Moles, Harlot, Joint Effort, Sue Kuchli, Wise Eyes, Anthony Frijia, Little Bird
20 Market Place
Baltimore, MD, 21202
Doors 6:30 PM / Show 7:00 PM
Watch & Listen
Danny and Peter Devaney started Higher Education in their parents basement with Bradley Wilson in 2010. As true students of music, they are inspired by artists such as Sublime, Jimi Hendrix, The Beatles, Nirvana and Bob Marley. They create a unique sound, compose masterful lyrics, and have an arsenal of melodies that make it hard for you to sit still. Their debut album, Chasing Highs, is a mixture of 90s rock, psychedelic chords, and heavy beats, and are currently working on their second album.
The Knolly Moles
From the street corner to large music venues, the Frederick, Maryland-based, Knolly Moles, are energetic and infectious. Their music resonates with diverse crowds, drawing comparisons to a range of artists including: Sublime, Jimi Hendrix, the Red Hot Chili Peppers, Slightly Stoopid, and Dave Matthews.
Show goers can expect an indescribable, intangible element that is "The Knolly Moles" sound. You have to see it, hear it, feel it, to understand. Whether it’s connecting with the sometimes silly, but always genuine lyrics sliced directly from the lives they lead, or simply energizing people to get up and dance once the music begins, The Knolly Moles provide an enjoyable and emotional experience that is both raw and relate-able.
With over 150 shows under their belt, The Knolly Moles are an in demand act throughout the Mid-Atlantic area. Past performances include The Whiskey in Annapolis, Fat Tuesday’s in Virginia, Hard Rock Cafe, and the 8x10 in Baltimore, to name a few. They have proudly performed as the support act for Lukas Nelson and the Promise of the Real as well as Blind Melon and G Love. Their music is gaining recognition amongst radio with the song, “Fresh Out” having been featured on 98Rock’s Noise in the Basement. Local press is also gaining support as the song “GGD” was voted as one of top ten songs of Frederick, Maryland by Colin Mcguire of the Frederick News Post.
The band continues to record new material and expand their reach. Having completed their second demo, TKM is looking forward to playing their original music to an ever growing loyal fan base.
“The Knolly Moles are about fun. Pure unadulterated fun.” – Colin McGuire, The Frederick News Post
“The Knolly Moles are a great up and coming band that have a very bright future. Their grooves are unique, and they possess great songwriting skills.” -Doug Seligson, DPX Entertainment
The name has no direct correlation with the size of their Little Birds, which points them to their rather large penetration into the Annapolis music scene and has proved them to be thinking big. A four piece band without a genre to call home. From funk to blues to contagious grooves with little bit of soul to make you move; a sound birthed by the band, known as “Annapolis Rock.” Little Bird is energetic and unpredictable; a group of guys that, while stepping outside the box, still keep the roots and basics of good-tasting music. Little Bird started in 2009 with Jay Hurtt from Lothian, MD. He self-recorded and released 2 projects of his own on his independent label BeuRun Records. Four years later he meets James Rubush, Mike Ware, and Chris Elvidge. The full band portion of Little Bird had their debut performance January 2013. The band put out their first release July 4th, 2013 entitled “American Spirits”. The goal of their sound is to cut out all the bullsh*t and give some straight good tasting music; that music can still have a human beat and a hand-made rhythm. They want to remind people from amidst all the mumbo-jumbo electronic music that it can still be fresh and different while also being organic and pure
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