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We are super excited to announce that the first ever Kindred Awards will be happening Tuesday evening March 31st at Calvary Chapel Church 4630 Mays Landing Rd, Vineland, NJ 08361. The show will be hosted by Dave Coyle and will feature appearances from Dawson Coyle, Matt DiVenti, Noe Feliz, Faith Beyond Fear, Mark Morgan, Behold The Beloved, Waiting For the Flood, Eddy Mann, P-2, Russ Shanks, David Novitsky, Awaking Mercury, BJ Shores, Erek McFadden and much more. This is going to be an amazing night of music and fellowship and we want you to join us. T he event starts at 7pm. Come support your favorite artists/bands as we celebrate the local music scene. This event is free and open to the public.Save
This will be my first time hosting a show so let's go out and party! All ages welcome! Please be respectful to venue, MOSHING IS ALLOWED! Just don't hurt anyone and don't break/steal anything! You break it, you buy it. Stargazer: Space Jamz better than the movie itself! Aim 4 Grey: the punk wunderkidz of btown Awaking Mercury: Hard rock band from out of this world! Trails: metalcore from PV ready Rock the Rock! Farewell Forgotten: Hometown Hero Hardcore Band $10 Doors at 6, show starts at 6:30 The Rock Cafe, Harleysville PA BE THERE & SUPPORT LOCAL MUSIC!!! Food and Drinks will be available at the cafe! https://www.facebook.com/events/372652942922682/Save
Sounds Like: Thrice, Circa Survive, As Cities Burn, Balance and Composure, The Dear Hunter
Bio: Luke Eccles has been making music for the better part of the last two decades. He has shared the stage with Skillet, Haste the Day, Project 86, Five Iron Frenzy, Audio Adrenaline, and Jared from the Bloodhound Gang. In January 2007, Luke began his latest project, Awaking Mercury.
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"Lead singer Luke has a voice that isn’t afraid to show some pain. Each song is punctuated by his voice that can sound both angsty and almost straining. “In the winter, my eyes dim and it takes hers to brighten these cold nights,” he tells us in the opening track, “In Winter.” Even the touches of screamo in songs like “Rest with the Angels” sound more like sadness than anger. If you’re in an emotional mood, this music will hit you." http://thepaintedman.com