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Tele Novella
04/26/14
With:
Canby
Ramona Muse
Super Happy Funtime Burlesque
05/01/14
Peter Case
05/02/14
Louis Logic
05/04/14
With:
Coolzey
The Koffin Kats
05/06/14
With:
American Dischord
Well Aren't You Precious
Viva Montesa
Dead Winter Carpenters
05/10/14
Upon This Dawning
05/11/14
With:
The Browning
Adestria
Phinehas
Dayseeker
Switchblade Saturdays
Intentions
Kyle Kinane
05/12/14
With:
Dave Ross
The River Monks (record release)
05/16/14
With:
Dylan Sires and Neighbors
GoodcaT
The River Monks (record release)
05/16/14
With:
Land of Blood and Sunshine
Har-di-Har
Dopapod
05/23/14
With:
SP3
Cult Leader
05/24/14
With:
Omens
Electric Six
06/07/14
With:
Yip Deceiver
Volcano Boys
The Menzingers
06/08/14
With:
Lemuria
PUP
Cayetana
Matt Hires
06/09/14
The Courtneys
06/14/14
With:
Karen Meat & The Players
Easy Fruit
The French Dials
Nice Peter
06/15/14
Joe Purdy
06/17/14
Blackbird Blackbird
07/09/14
S. Carey
07/14/14
Bob Log III
08/27/14
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Marc Rizzo Band

Fri, April 18, Doors: 5:00 pm - Show: 5:00 pm - All Ages - $13
Metro Concerts Live presents...
At 27, Marc Rizzo was already a household name among metal fans before finishing "Colossal Myopia", his first solo record. A shredder's shredder, Marc was a founding member of the immensely successful metal act "Ill Nino" with whom he recorded and toured. After leaving Ill Nino, he joined Soulfly in 2003 and played guitar on their fourth record "Prophecy" and every release since then. Rizzo also recorded and toured with Cavalera Conspiracy (a reunion of Sepultura's Max & Igor Cavalera) and launched his own Death Metal project, INPSYCHOBLEEDIA. Marc Rizzo is one of the new breed of young guitarists in contemporary bands who has stepped out recently with solo projects that reveal a phenomenal command of the guitar. His latest solo record, "LEGIONNAIRE" reveals Rizzo to be a master musician with deep musical roots in metal, classical and flamenco guitar and is a much needed breath of fresh air to the instrumental rock genre.
With:
Navene-k
Violent Fade
The Fallen Truth
Underdog Story

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Lee Bains III & The Glory Fires

Fri, April 18, Doors: 9:30 pm - Show: 10:00 pm - 21+ - $8  Artist Website
The Vaudeville Mews presents...
Hailing from Birmingham, Alabama, Lee Bains III makes music for the foundry worker that writes fiction in his spare time and the college english professor that changes her own oil. The Glory Fires are too loud for Texas and no strangers to Norway; well-mannered Southern punks you would feel comfortable giving the keys to your empty house. It's no surprise that renowned rock'n'roll outsider Tim Kerr has taken them under his wing. Together they've forged a sound that blends the swampiest of Southern grooves with a rust-belt snarl that will leave fans of the Bob Seger System in a cold sweat. The Glory Fires have taken their caterwauling live show around the clubs, basements and theatres of the United States and Europe, raging around Lee's literary, personal, politically charged lyrics - bringing to mind Ronnie Van Zant under the tutelage of Noam Chomsky, or Lee Ving on a Cornel West kick. Their debut LP There Is a Bomb in Gilead was released in 2012 on Alive Natural-Sound Records, and their Sub Pop debut will appear in 2014.
With:
Pageant
Karen Meat & The Players

MemCave

Sat, April 19, Doors: 8:30 pm - Show: 9:00 pm - 21+ - $5  Artist Website
The Vaudeville Mews presents...
In just under two years' time (soon to be) Kansas City based producer and DJ Keith Rich, otherwise known as MemCave, has taken his lifelong passion for electronic music and focused it into an ethereal ray of optimistic grooves and blistering beats. Perhaps recognized best for his ongoing stint as drummer for Des Moines mainstay Druids, it should come as no surprise that over the course of three releases MemCave has settled into a world of haunting imagery, cone-thumping dance passages and wildly esoteric samples. With a clear penchant for the cinematic, MemCave references a nightmarish jungle setting as the backdrop for his latest offering; and while it's certainly an apt vivification, the record is so much more. Replete with undulating basslines and swathed in off-kilter piano, MemCave's latest effort, 'Color Fire', was meticulously crafted during witching hours and is a moody collection that plays like a synth-washed Vangelis record taking a midnight stroll with the sort of driving percussion that would make Larry Heard blush. In celebration of the release, a 'Color Fire' CD will be included with the price of admission. The night will begin with a listening of the EP and will close out with DJ sets from DJ John Solarz, White Flashes and MemCave.
With:
DJ John Solarz
White Flashes
End The Wrld/Tires

Ziggy Pop

Sun, April 20, Doors: 7:30 pm - Show: 8:00 pm - 21+ - $5  Artist Website
The Vaudeville Mews presents...
4/20 party at Vaudville Mews Dale power$,MazoRati, Chef D and myself will be tearing down the house for the holidaze!!!!! #theysaidicouldntsmokefuccyathen #CFL4Life #PowersInk #CareFreeLiving #tellafriendtotellafriend
With:
Powers Ink Project
MazoRati
Chef D

Kill Lincoln

Mon, April 21, Doors: 5:00 pm - Show: 5:45 pm - All Ages - $5  Artist Website
The Vaudeville Mews presents...
Following in the footsteps of bands like Less Than Jake, The Suicide Machines, and We Are The Union, Washington DC's Kill Lincoln blends no-bullshit ska-punk with addictive rock anthems, throwing in the energy of a basement hardcore show for good measure. Their recklessly fun punk ethics collide with quality musicianship, sounding like the bastard son of Kid Dynamite and Streetlight Manifesto. If you're not circle-pitting then you're probably screaming along, and humming the horn lines while you're nursing your hangover the next day. Mixing in elements of hardcore, skate punk, and pop punk, there's something for everyone…as long as everyone likes it fast and fun.
With:
Display Case
Lake of Fat Kids
Grandchamp

Curtin

Wed, April 23, Doors: 7:30 pm - Show: 8:00 pm - 21+ - $5  Artist Website
The Vaudeville Mews presents...
Curtin is Brooklyn-bred, but the sense of magic-hour space on One for the Doghearted is thanks to Southern influence-the album was produced and recorded at The Lowercase Capitol, a rather cheekily named studio that Rueger and Nelson built together at Nelson's home in Charleston, South Carolina. In its spare but evocative lyrics and delicate, unhurried guitar and synth lines, you might be tempted to make a Wilco comparison-which is no accident; "Big Blue Crown" is one of four songs on the album for which Curtin enlisted the help of Mikael Jorgensen.
With:
Jordan Mayland
Canyons
Doctor Dentist
In Rooms

The Grahams

Thu, April 24, Doors: 5:00 pm - Show: 5:45 pm - All Ages - $7  Artist Website
The Vaudeville Mews presents...
The Grahams, the creative union of lifelong romantic partners Alyssa and Doug Graham, combine soulful bluegrass with hints of earthy Americana, adding colors from traditional folk and country blues, into an infectious blend of storytelling that results in songs of love, loss, yearning, and the view from rural American roads less traveled.
With:
The Black Bird Circus
Not By Blood
Jacey

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