Siamese Sundown (Single Release Party), Ballroom Spies
Lion in The Mane, The Mahlors
2639 Poplar St
Philadelphia, PA, 19130
This event is 21 and over
Siamese Sundown was formed in the early months of 2009. Various musicians from local original bands and a cover band converged on the street corners of NSQ to form what today is known as SSdown.
Ballroom Spies is a alt rock act with a veteran roster hailing from Philadelphia. An appreciation for all genres of music hold the band together, though the end result is something all their own. The band met on account of their love of live performance since a multitude of their previous projects crossed paths in the past. Ballroom Spies released their debut self-titled album in December of 2012.
Lion in The Mane
After several years of writing, recording and touring with bands from Florida, Jon Masters (Believe You Me, Woodale, Made for the Silver Screen) sought new opportunities and a change of scenery. Determined, he left the warm breezy palms of the Sunshine State for the vibrant unpredictable concrete jungle of New York City.
Upon Jon's arrival he responded to an advertisement for a lead singer posted by New York native bassist Henry D' Allacco (Last Dying Word). After nailing the audition Jon discovered that additional band members were needed. Jon then convinced fellow musician/guitarist Dmitry Libman (Believe You Me, Winter Park, Hillside) to make the move to New York where they, for the past few years, continue to work day jobs while relentlessly writing and recording each night at their NYC loft studio. Other roster changes (Drummer Jason Juliette's departure and the untimely loss of guitarist Joe Calvert) led Jon to contact Florida based drummer extraordinaire Johnny Coryn (Radio Reset) to drop everything and move to the Big Apple.
Originally known as "The Atlas", "Lion in The Mane" brilliantly executed the debut of the band's incredible wall of sound to a sizeable passionate audience at The Music Hall of Williamsburg in Brooklyn, New York on December 14, 2010. Word of the band then began to spread to radio as well as major and independent record labels.
The harsh sincerity of the lyrics and vocals, spontaneous yet powerful guitar melodies, a solid, driving, and supportive bass along with the charismatic and flashy chops that roar from the drums put "Lion in The Mane" on the "short list" as they have established themselves as one of today's most promising new bands. With that promise, the band will hit the studio with their producer William Wittman this spring, followed by a summer tour.
Prepare to experience the enormous roar of "Lion in The Mane".
The Mahlors are a reggae-rock band from Bucks County, PA. They exist in a place where there is absolutely no reggae scene, yet they are taking the town in the palm of their hands. So come to a show and get irie!!
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