$30.00 - $35.00 Tickets
Psyko Steve Presents
Thu, Feb 1 7:30 pm (Doors: 6:30 pm )
Crescent Ballroom
16 and up
Psyko Steve Presents

with special guests

Thursday, February 1st 2024
Doors at 6:30 / Show at 7:30


General Admission Price: $25 - 30 + fees
Bleachers Price (21+ only): $35 + fees 


The Brother Brothers

Announcing their 3rd album of original songs, The Brother Brothers are ready to release The January Album starting in the month of January! Deep in the pre-vaccine period of 2021, the brothers shacked up at Montrose studios with producer Bridget Kearney of Lake Street Dive and Engineer Phil Weinrobe (Alanis Morrisette, Big Thief, Damien Rice, Buck Meek and many others) in Richmond VA to undertake this month long recording session. Strictly isolated in the studio and on site accommodations, they spent a month writing, recording, and creating.

The January Album is a collection of songs that speak to the parts of oneself that want to up and throw sedentary worldly possessions in the trash and leave town. Get a camper and travel the country, or fall in love with the west coast and surf everyday. Or spend quiet desert nights staring into the sky contemplating the stars and existence and the wisdom of our ancestors. It speaks to what little we know or understand and how sometimes the only way to attempt understanding is through music and metaphor.

Maybe considered the brothers’ most collaborative effort yet, Adam says, “it feels like the truest and realest thing we’ve ever made.” Although not their first “full band” album, this is their most in depth and creative endeavor into the studio experience.

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The Senators

Electric folk act The Senators navigate a sound that evokes the expanse of the Sonoran Desert they call home and, at the same time, work to realize songs that reflect the story of a community, a hometown. 

Founded in 2013 by Jesse Teer, the band leans back into roots music with a distinct experimental bent — anchored in storytelling. 

"Not only are The Senators declaring a kind of liberation from previous folk rules, but charting ahead ... their music follows suit." – Tucson Weekly

Check out new single, 'Cyndi (Time And Time Again)' released this month. 

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Jules is a 19-year-old singer/songwriter based in Phoenix, Arizona who plays a fusion of folk pop and r&b. She has been releasing music since the age of 14 and appeared on season 18 of NBC's The Voice at age 15. Jules plays live music all over the greater Phoenix area and attends ASU's Pop Music program, honing in her craft. Her all new EP is set to release this fall, come check out her sound November 26th at Valley Bar for her first headlining show!

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