Them Evils, Mick's Jaguar, Prisoners of New York, Crusasis
1120 Manhattan Avenue
Brooklyn, NY, 11222
This event is 21 and over
Southern California rock band Them Evils have started off fast and are accelerating rapidly. The band is endorsed by no less an icon than Zakk Wylde, who had them open for Zakk Sabbath in 2017. They have also toured with the likes of The Pretty Reckless and Alter Bridge; they have hit the stage at some of the biggest Rock festivals in the US – including Louder Than Life, High Elevation and Aftershock. With the upcoming release of scorching new single "Got Me Rockin'" on March 23rd and an EP of new material in May – recorded and produced by Kato Khandwala (The Pretty Reckless, Blondie, Drowning Pool, Pierce the Veil), the band is prepped to have a breakout year in 2018.
Them Evils' late-night joyride through Rock N' Roll's seedy underbelly was born in the shadows of neon vice and nocturnal living in Las Vegas, when Jordan and Jake met in High School. They started writing and playing together and knew that they had a chemistry that was undeniable. In 2013 they made the move to Southern California to pursue their music professionally – with nothing to fall back on other than their drive and belief in their music and each other. They connected with David through a friend that worked at a bar with Jordan and who knew they were looking for a permanent drummer. Delaney auditioned for Griffin and Massanari, and all 3 knew it was a good fit immediately. The nasty energy befitting their name grew from there.
Inspired by equal parts of rock giants like Led Zeppelin, AC/DC, and Queens of The Stone Age, among others, the band pays tribute to their roots while carving out their own unique sound. Them Evils music is at times throwback without being too derivative and is thoroughly modern. "We pretty much made our own scene," Griffin says. "We started out doing straight up rock and roll, and that's what we're still doing... That said, we're always evolving.”
The band has released Two EPs: their debut Cold Black Love (2015) and the self-titled Them Evils (2016). They made inroads @ Active Rock Radio in 2017 with "She's Got Nothin", which peaked @ #22 on the BDS Rock Indicator chart.
They were born for the stage and have been road warriors for the past 4 years - constantly touring clubs, as well as with the aforementioned The Pretty Reckless, Alter Bridge, Zakk Sabbath and 10 Years, among others. To support the new "Got Me Rockin'" single and to set up the May EP release, the band are set to embark on a west coast run with Red Sun Rising followed by their own headlining tour this spring. They will play Welcome to Rockville, Carolina Rebellion and Rock on The Range – with more tour dates being booked for the summer.
Prisoners of New York
Prisoners of New York formed in the summer of 2015 after a late night conversation in a Brooklyn dive bar. Singer/song writer Shane Smith threw out the idea of soulful bluesy vocals over heavy riffs accompanied by Andee Blacksugar's unique style and approach on lead and rhythm guitar . The drunken conversation was forgotten by Shane until Andee texted a week later saying "so are we doing this or what!" After completing the line up with Shane's younger brother Nate Smith on drums and Fernando Rosario on bass, P.o.N.Y started to rehearse and refine a collection of songs penned by Shane. The theme of the band reflects heavily on the struggles and temptations of life in NYC. The bands name actually started as a song written about the impossibility of ever being able to get out of New York once you are established there. P.o.N.Y. has now played several gigs in New York including opening slots for EnuffZ'Nuff and Faster Pussycat . In May 2016 the band released a self produced EP. On September 8th Prisoners had the honor of having their song "Last Shot 'till Midnight" debut on Alice Coopers world wide syndicated radio show "Nights With Alice". Alice took a liking to the band, specially guitarist Andee Blacksugar's name. He followed the song with this quote "Bluesy hard rock this good is going places and I'm glad I got to debut them on my show" P.o.N.Y. hope's you feel the same.
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