Red Beard's Revenge
Shoot Out The Lights, Frontier Folk Nebraska
111 East 6th Street
Newport, KY, 41071
Doors 4:00 PM / Show 9:30 PM (event ends at 1:00 AM)
This event is 21 and over
Watch & Listen
Red Beard's Revenge
Americana Music Charted, Touchtunes Jukebox, 2014 Cincinnati Entertainment Award Nominated for Best Country, 2014 Best of Cincinnati by CityBeat Magazine for Best Original Local Band, James Funk was nominated for 2014 Best of Cincinnati Local Musician by City Beat Magazine.
Cincinnati songwriter, James Funk, breaks through with a new band, ‘Red Beards Revenge’, and a new LP ‘Jim Jimmy James’, recorded at Sol Records in Bright, Ind. Since forming RBR in 2011, James has honed in the sounds of older songs he has written and the newer sounds he has been performing. RBR spent the next year developing their sound and vision, and were eager to capture the change in the studio.
‘Jim Jimmy James’ is an 11 track LP that captures the raw and honest energy of Red Beards Revenge. These 11 tracks are united by a common theme: Jim Jimmy James interpreted as child, boy, man.
‘JIM JIMMY JAMES’ is available NOW at www.redbeardsrevenge.com www.solrecords.com www.amazon.com and www.itunes.com
It is our solemn promise that we give you the most value for your entertainment dollar. In each town we will attempt to spread the goodwill of Southwest Ohio and make sure we clean up afterwards. We sincerely hope you will enjoy our musical performance and manage to catch one of our shows. We will strive to be good citizens and obey all safety rules and regulations. Our goal is to entertain in a professional and courteous manner. This is our pledge to you!
Shoot Out The Lights
Shoot Out the Lights is everything the band's name suggests and much more. Armed with loads of enthusiasm and never forgetting to Roll along with the Rock, the influences and efforts of this Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky based quintet are apparent on their newly released, self titled album. The band's songs range from heartfelt love songs to more up-front sexual notions, and get-after-it rock n' roll party songs.
With the help of producer Mike Tekulve, the band created nine highly polished jewels and released the LP in March 2011. Highlights of the album include “Stay Beautiful”, which is a trippy electric journey, with precision lyrics and haunting background vocals that take us inside what could be love and devotion. “Kiss You So Hard” moves us to the all or nothing ultimatum of a relationship teetering on the brink of success or failure. With the song “You & Me,” Josh Muddiman and Elaina Brown share the vocals in a fitting country rock song that tips a cap to classic country duets. Toward the end of the album the song “Hello My Love” is a boot stomping, beer drinking, howl at the moon type song that will have audiences and fans singing along.
The band is working hard to gain regional recognition and performances include songs from the new album, a mix of other new and old originals, and occasional select cover songs. Live, the vocal blending and wholehearted performances of Josh and Elaina is something music fans need to experience. According to Cincinnati journalist Danielle Custentino of Cincinnati Metromix Magazine, "Move over, Rhett Miller, Cincinnati has its own upbeat, Americana infused rock band that surpasses your Old 97s. Yes, you heard me correctly. I went there." Mike Breen of City Beat had this to say; "While the songs...have a Roots aftertaste, this is more soulful, melodic Rock than AltCountry. Singer Josh Muddiman has a perfect Rock & Roll voice, which is bathed in a smoky rasp, giving the melodies and lyrics an extra "lived-in" depth."
Frontier Folk Nebraska
Remember when the Priest drove the ambulance? Frontier Folk Nebraska is not a folk band. They are not from Nebraska. Rock music has always buried itself with subgenres in the hopes of achieving some sort of identity. This was forced shorthand in lieu of thinking, marketing in the guise of a scene. Frontier Folk Nebraska avoids this dilemma by daring to play rock & roll music. Sometimes that music tends to be simple, stark, and plaintive. Sometimes it’s a glorious mess of kitchen-sink noise, volume, and exhaustion. The songs ricochet between lights-out tone poems on themes as ageless as American music itself to those of crashing fuzz and multi-colored wounds and bruises strained to the point of collapse. For Booking or wholesale LP purchasing: firstname.lastname@example.org