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Bodybox, Chyeah Chyeah, The Rallies, and James Coates @ The Harmon Tap Room!
[Description] All Ages | Free! Come watch the top local bands to perform at live battle events. During the live battle, bands will perform for fans and judges, who will choose a winner to move on to the global competition and represent their city as the Local Finalist, competing for the Global Prize. The Local Finalist in each market will win $250 (equivalent in local currency), a $250 Hard Rock Cafe Gift Certificate, and move on to the global voting round; one step closer to winning the Global Prize.
Sounds Like: Thrice, Queens of the Stone Age, Foo Fighters, Jeff Buckley, Incubus
Bio: We are a three piece band that started in September of 2009. Since then we have played predominately in the Tacoma/Olympia/Seattle area. We have a wide range of influences, making it difficult to categorize our sound. The best way to find out what we sound like is to hear us live, so we hope to s...See Full Bio
Our full demo has been uploaded on Reverb Nation for streaming AND download.
“What does Bobble Tiki have in common with Bodybox, you may ask? Well, Bobble Tiki will get to that. Let's start with the things Bodybox and Bobble Tiki DON'T have in common. For starters, and most obvious, Bodybox is a three-piece rock band from T-Town made up of singer and guitarist Kurt Lindsay, drummer Belal Anwar and bassist Kevin De Flitch. As you well know, Bobble Tiki is simply an island themed souvenir with a drinking problem and a job in journalism he probably doesn't deserve. Secondly, Bodybox obviously has motivation and drive: a band for only a year and a half, Saturday's show will celebrate the release of a full length CD - 11 whole songs! Bobble Tiki is totally lacking in the motivation and drive department. Bobble Tiki probably hasn't written 11 decent sentences in the last decade, and he sure as hell hasn't been too concerned with sharpening his craft. Hell, not when The Biggest Loser is on! ”