DRY RIVER YACHT CLUB

DRY RIVER YACHT CLUB

GOSPEL CLAWS, THE HAYMARKET SQUARES, YELLOW MINUTE, QUICK HENRY

Thu, January 10, 2013

Doors: 7:00 pm / Show: 7:30 pm

This event is 21 and over

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DRY RIVER YACHT CLUB
DRY RIVER YACHT CLUB
Sailing Musicians upon a yacht, upon the seas we sailed. When one day sailing on board our ship, through a storm we had to prevail. The storm took us and threw us, and tossed us around. It bumped us and blew us. It soaked us and shook us. .
GOSPEL CLAWS
GOSPEL CLAWS
Tempe, AZ-based indie rock outfit Gospel Claws was formed in 2007 by guitarist/vocalist and founding member of rootsy indie rockers Dear and the Headlights, Joel Marquard, vocalist/keyboardist Sloan Walters, guitarist Wesley Hilsabeck, bassist John Mulhern, and drummer Scott Hall. The band's soulful, earthy blend of bluesy indie rock and wild, desert folk has drawn comparisons to everyone from Fleet Foxes and Delta Spirit to Local Natives and the Black Keys. Gospel Claws' eponymous debut EP appeared in 2010.
~ James Christopher Monger, Rovi

Gospel Claws debut LP is going to be released on October 26th, 2010

Praise for C-L-A-W-S:
This is gospel, because even their summer teenage party song sounds righteous, monumental, and holy. This is remarkable complex indie pop that makes you want to convert to whatever church or cult they are running. - roctober.com
THE HAYMARKET SQUARES
THE HAYMARKET SQUARES
PUNKGRASS FOR THE PEOPLE

Armed with tight vocal harmonies, bluegrass instruments and a heaping dose of righteous anger, The Haymarket Squares are Arizona's premier punkgrass trio.

Although they've been together for less than 2 years, Mark, Marc and John have played more than 100 shows in Arizona and the western U.S. They've developed a loyal following among punks, anarchists, hippies, activists and other thinking folks who appreciate rabble-rousing lyrics wrapped in a catchy melody.

Known for long sets and short songs, a typical Haymarket Squares show features ecstatic dancing, blindingly fast mandolin, and broad smiles. Who knew changing the world (or at least singing about it) could be so much fun?
YELLOW MINUTE
YELLOW MINUTE