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Please join us on October 4th from 7pm-12am. As a tribute to Ryan several bands will be playing and drum solo's will be preformed. Ryan Urbank was the drummer for the band So Far So Good and also played with The Den of Lions and Turbulance. Cash bar, 50/50, door prizes, food available. Tickets are $10.00 pre sale or $15. 00 at the door. For tickets, you can Inbox "Remembering Urwin" on FB or you may contact Mary Beth Doster at 716.444.4229 or Keith James Shuskie Jr at 716.380.0073. Tickets are also available online at ticket fly.com starting Monday, September 22 in the evening. All proceeds will go to the Urbank family to help with unexpected incurred costs.
Sounds Like: Manchester Orchestra, Brand New, Silversun Pickups, Death Cab for Cutie, Thursday
Bio: On a basement wall in the suburbs of Buffalo, NY sits a vibrant mural of photographs, magazine clippings, and fabrics all linked together with varying lengths of colorful string. This amalgamation of seemingly unrelated subjects is just one example of the eclectic art local indie-rock band Brothe...See Full Bio
“From the title, Ron Walczyk drew the inspiration for the album artwork, a five-foot by four-foot installation on the basement wall of the Sessanna's home where the band practices. It consists of various clippings and doodles, and other random images the band collected over time, all knit together on the wall. "We wanted to create our own art for the cover and we originally had put things on the wall without a scheme," Walczyk said. "We later arranged them by color." The band is also very proud of their do-it-yourself approach to their music. They wrote all their songs, had a friend record them in a room above the garage and approached people in local venues on their own.”
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