Arc & Stones with Hardcastle and Brother Man
Fri, Dec 9, 2016 9:00 pm
- Price: $10.00
Arc & Stones
Dan Pellarin, 23, is the lead vocalist and guitarist who met drummer Joey Doino, 27, by chance in 2012 when Joey responded to a Craig's List post. Dan Berry, 26, from Danbury, CT, met Doino in college and plays lead guitar. Seth Webster, 29, comes from San Antonio and handles the low end. With the release of three EP’s and playing countless shows all around the United States, including a year long tour with the legendary rock band KANSAS, Arc & Stones has seen and done what many bands never get to experience, let alone in their first three years. Each experience on the road for them has been both eye-opening and motivating, regardless of if it were playing in front of 15,000 as a supporting act or 15 loyalists at the local club. It lends a hand to their vision of the future, while humbling them into understanding what they believe in also takes time, persistence, and an almost insane drive to expand their sonic reach. Arc & Stones represents what was, what will be, and what is still alive in today’s ever changing world of music.
Hardcastle is the sound you've been looking for. Brothers Graham and Miles Laderman, and Val Hoyt come together to create a unique genre of music, with influence from The 1975, The Neighbourhood, The Bad Suns, Young the Giant, Prince, and Earth Wind and Fire (to name a few...). Over the past three years, Hardcastle has found a home at prominent Atlanta venues such as Smith’s Olde Bar and The Vinyl. As a regular feature on Radio 105.7’s Locals Only show, Hardcastle won the show's Talent Tap contest and opened for the Cold War Kids at the Sweet Water 420 Festival. Now located in Nashville, the band is working on their debut EP and will be playing around the Southeast. Follow them on social media to stay up to date.
Formed in late 2015, Brother Man is the manic brain child of Christopher Winfree, who after writing songs on his own for years, decided blues needed an injection of life - so he set out to start a band. Winfree enlisted drum wunderkind, Dalton Smith, and thus Brother Man was born. Winfree's frenetic stage presence and Smith's percussive prowess are the cornerstone of Brother Man, creating a barrage of blues and rock n' roll that would make Clapton and King blush. Robert Johnson and Jack White be damned, blues and rock n' roll's been revived by Brother Man.