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picard is paying tribute to the album "Aenima" by tool 35 bands in 3 days! All your favorite local musicians coming together to pay tribute to the bands/artists that inspired them! Friday night its Irie Sol - FanOffBirdSafe - Yam Cannon - The Jaggernauts - Doks Robotiks - The Ronald Raygun - Hemma - The Heart Pills - picard - Meridene & The Jim Pullman Band.Tickets Save
Vaudeville CD Release Masquerade With special guests -Skywind -VIA -Picard This event is 18+! We welcome you to the masquerade party number two! Well be celebrating the release of vaudevilles masquerade part 2! Everyone be sure to dress up and bring your masks! The cd will be available for $5 that night with some other new vaudeville merchandise!Tickets Save
Sounds Like: Bon Iver, Perfect Circle, Filter, Local Natives, Foo Fighters
Label: Barstow Records
Bio: Eau Claire based ethereal-rockers picard released their debut full length #1 in February 2014. It is a triumphant celebration/culmination of hard work (and unique vision) rooted in the hardscrabble Wisconsin winter of 2011/2012 when multi-instrumentalist Jason Ulwelling first conceived the projec...See Full Bio
We were informed that we have been selected as finalists in the #HardRockRising Battle of the bands. Thanks for all the support and details
“Style-wise, it’s hard to classify picard as anything more specific than “rock.” Some of their songs are edgy/harder. I can easily hear some grunge influence in several of the songs, as well as elements of epic rock story-telling (especially in “Ed”), like you might hear in classics like Queen or Led Zeppelin. Now, I’m not ready to draw too many comparisons between picard and hall of famers like them, but I truly appreciate what I have heard thus far from this band. There is this discontent, this longing for more, this longing for deep connection, for something better, something bigger. This theme is one of the reasons that I was drawn to this project.”