Sunday, October 5, 2014

Old Rock House announces three new shows

Mom's Kitchen (A Tribute to Widespread Panic)
Tuesday, October 21st (late show)
Doors 11pm
$8 Advance $10 Day of Show

Mom's Kitchen is the nation’s premier Widespread Panic tribute band. Formed in the winter of 2010 in St. Louis, MO the band built up their reputation early and often. Keeping true to Widespread Panic as much as possible they try to portray each song the way it was intended all the while exploring the vast amounts of space inside each melody to put their own mark on that signature sound. Night after night their set lists are never the same; it is truly an experience that can't be explained.

Royal Southern Brotherhood

Tuesday, December 16th
Doors 7pm Show 8pm
$22 Advance $25 Day of Show
All Ages

The Brotherhood are back. Some might say they’ve never been away. Two years have passed since 2012’s self-titled debut album, but the genre-splicing all-star Southerners have barely paused for breath. There’s been the roof-raising world tour, taking in twenty-plus countries. But HeartSoulBlood is the big one. The main event. The comeback special. Released 2014 on Ruf Records, this much-anticipated second studio album is set to rubber-stamp Royal Southern Brotherhood’s reputation as the boldest creative force in the game, and give an adrenalin-shot to the band’s setlist as they scorch the tarmac this summer.

Trampled Under Foot
Friday, December 26th
Doors 7pm Show 8pm
$10 Advance $12 Day of Show
All Ages

Siblings Danielle and Nick Schnebelen have a life-long connection with the blues.  Growing up in Kansas City, MO, they soaked up the music of their parents, who were active in the thriving blues scene.  Trampled Under Foot was originally formed as a family band consisting of Danielle, Nick and Kris Schnebelen.  The trio headed to Memphis in 2008 for the IBC and walked away from the competition with First Place honors.  Riding the wave of support following the IBC, Trampled Under Foot was ready to take their style of power blues/rock to audiences around the world.  After a series of headlining tours and stand out performances at blues festivals across the globe, TUF earned the reputation as one of the hottest bands on the blues circuit.

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