The Essentialists, Friends At The Falls, A New Kind of Hero

The Essentialists

Friends At The Falls

A New Kind of Hero

Sun · July 23, 2017

Doors: 9:00 pm / Show: 10:00 pm (event ends at 2:00 am)

$6.00

This event is 21 and over

The Essentialists
The Essentialists
Indie Alternative from Birmingham AL

The Essentialists are a four piece alternative rock band based out of Birmingham, AL with influences from Young the Giant and Kings of Leon. They released their two singles “Shake” and “Magnolia” March 2017. “Shake” hit over 70,000 on Spotify in less than a month and was featured on Spotify’s Fresh Finds: Six Strings playlist. “Magnolia” has been featured on Folk & Indie Radio’s April playlist. It hasn’t taken them long to make themselves known.
Friends At The Falls
Friends At The Falls
Alternative Rock Mahopac, NY

Birthed in Mahopac, New York, Friends at the Falls is composed of Jake Stam on vocals and rhythm guitar, Matt Montgomery on drums, Don Senese on the keys, Dan Walsh on bass and Nick Gennusa on lead guitar. Together, these five individuals makeup more than just a band, they are five creative minds and five talented souls that come together to make one cohesive sound. A sound that is unique due to all of the memories these contemporaries share.

Off stage, the boys of Friends at the Falls are infamous for jumping off cliffs, sleeping on rooftops, and narfing down slices of ZA. Couple their uniform love for adventure with a mutual appreciation for artists such as The Killers, Coldplay, and Bruce Springsteen— you’ll get a beautiful thriller, one that has you sprinting up ocean side bluffs one day to playing a show at Webster Hall the next.
A New Kind of Hero
A New Kind of Hero
Grunge-a-Billy from Birmingham AL

A New Kind of Hero proudly hails from Birmingham, Alabama, a region of the south quickly becoming known as America's new "music Mecca." Only two men strong, this powerhouse spans many genres and comes with a variety of familiar flavors and sounds: southern punk, soul, rock-n-roll. Lovingly genre'd by their fans as "grunge-a-billy," songwriter and frontman Blake Loveless says of their sound: "I see stories everyday and hear songs about life playing in my head. When they get too loud, I write 'em down! They are really just a bunch of acoustic tunes I have written over the years that have been supercharged for live performance. Just four chords and a smile!" A New Kind of Hero has shared the stage with locals acts and legends alike. And their fans will be quick to tell you "Just go see them live--NKH brings an unstoppable sound and unforgettable live show!"
Venue Information:
The Nick
2514 10th Ave S
Birmingham, AL, 35205
http://www.thenickrocks.com/