Bio: Bones in the Museum is one of Knoxville's longest standing bands in the independent music scene. Formed in 2005, the band recorded demo tracks, played around town, and soon established themselves as a powerful force. In 2007, the band released a seven song EP entitled "The East Hill's", which was... See Full BioMore Info
It's a wild hipster extravaganza with those greasy boys in Lead Knuckle and the groovy sounds of the Color of Danger plus many more acts so come to it or on it which ever one you prefer.
"Second Chance for Second Harvest" is a benefit concert taking place on Saturday, April 30th at The Hill in Knoxville, Tn. All proceeds from the event will be donated to Second Harvest Food Bank of East Tennessee to help fund for cleanup and restocking after they lost the majority of their food stock in a flood. There will be bands playing from 6pm until 1am, and there will also be a raffle to win door prizes, gift certificates, etc and the proceeds from the raffle will also be donated. This is a 18 and up show. No one under 18 is allowed since there will be alcohol served. Cover charge-$5 dollars BANDS/MUSICIANS PLAYING- Jeremy Cate(acoustic)- 6:00pm-6:45pm Scarlett(acoustic)- 7:00pm-7:45pm Bones In The Museum(indie rock)-8:00pm-8:45pm AfterLife(hard rock)- 9:00-9:45pm Our Mother Theresa(hard rock/metal)-10:00-10:45pm Crome Molly(hard rock/metal)-11:00-11:45 PsychoSystem(thrash metal)- 12:00-whenever Canned goods are welcomed as donations, but SHFB suggests that monetary donations be made since their warehouse is still being cleaned up and there are no holding areas for food. Any businesses or persons wanting to make a donation of services or goods please contact Jeremy Cate (706-537-3553) The Hill serves alcohol as well as awesome food!!!!!!! Sponsors- Hard Knox Tattoo True Blue Electric Tattoo Open Hands Musculotherapy Hard Knox Roller Girls Salon Resolutions Bel-Air Grille