Lee Bains III & The Glory Fires / GT / Dommel Mosel / Bad Example

Lee Bains III & The Glory Fires / GT / Dommel Mosel / Bad Example

GT, Dommel Mosel, Bad Example

Sat · November 18, 2017

Doors: 9:00 pm / Show: 10:00 pm

$10.00 - $12.00

This event is 21 and over

Lee Bains III & The Glory Fires
Lee Bains III & The Glory Fires
Rock from Birmingham AL

The real Alabama rock-and-roll.

Lee Bains - guitar, vox, songs
Blake Williamson - drums, backup vox
Eric Wallace - guitar
Adam Williamson - bass

"Bains likes to rock. He and the Glory Fires wrap his commentaries, ruminations, and invective in what he calls “real Alabama rock ’n’ roll,” a raging burnpile of garage and Southern rock, dirty, supercharged blues and soul, Stonesy groove, Crazy Horse howl, and punk slam. With these songs, Bains surely wants to make you think; he surely will make you shake." - The Boston Globe
GT
GT
\Heavy, Slow, Fast/ from Birmingham AL

A Birmingham power trio given to insistent but agile rhythms and psychedelic interpretations of standard rock muscle, GT self-released two excellent EPs in 2013. Spurred by the enthusiasm of Alabama label and recording studio Communicating Vessels, who signed on to produce and release the band’s debut LP, the trio doubled down to make their best work yet—the thrilling, anthemic, addictive eight-song debut, Beats Misplaced. It’s a rock ’n’ roll thrill ride, full of pumping beats and plangent guitars, howled vocals and hooks that past. For these eight tunes, the blues commingle with noise rock, and a righteous boogie pulsates beneath shoegaze distortion. Think Japandroids or No Age being born in and embracing the humid and strange American South, and you start to hear GT through the haze.

Front man and lead guitarist Scotty Lee had tinkered with various incarnations of “GT,” the unifying acronym of his one-man arts-and-music project alternately known as Green Teeth, Get Tryin’ and Ghost Traveler. He’s been playing in bands since high school, from early cover acts and sets of instrumental brooders to post-hardcore crews and straight-ahead rock acts. But GT was a chance for him to separate himself from the frustrations of band life and start an outlet that would be forever his. With Byron Sonnier on bass and Mark Beasley on drums, both respected veterans of the music community themselves, GT is complete as they look forward to putting out their debut LP, Beats Misplaced, this summer. It represents the fulfillment of self-determination and the start of a great new rock band from the depths of the South.
Dommel Mosel
Dommel Mosel
Pop Folk Rock from Birmingham AL
Bad Example
Bad Example
Rock from Birmingham AL
Venue Information:
The Nick
2514 10th Ave S
Birmingham, AL, 35205
http://www.thenickrocks.com/