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50% of sales go to the charity Fender Music Foundation.
Sounds Like: Radiohead, The Doors, Joy Division, The Cure, Queens of the Stone Age
Manager: Yvette Davis -BIG CROWD MEDIA,LLC, ATOMIC SOUND & VISIONS
Bio: Clouds Under the Sky / Bio
Artist Name: Clouds Under The Sky .a.k.a C.U.T.S
Band Members: Stanlee Night Train, (Vocals, Guitar); Pastor Joe (Bass Guitar); Billy Ramirez, (Drums)
In the summer of 2008 in Las Vegas, Nevada the Marquees are formed with Stanlee Night Train, and, original drum... See Full BioMore Info
Thursday June 12th: FEA (feat. members of Girl in A Coma) w/ locals The Marquees, Party Talk and Von Kin! TICKETS: FREE in advance at this link: http://feavegas.brownpapertickets.com/ $5 at the door
517 Fremont St # A Las Vegas, NV 89101 Located on East Fremont Street BBLV features a large back patio for live shows and is retrofitted with the late fifties Capri Salon of Beauty from Trenton, New Jersey.
The Marquees return to the Bunkhouse with , Viridian, Zero Hour and special guests Autonomics and A Happy Death from Portland, and FaceMan from Denver! A night of awesome music, just $7 at the door!
A HAPPY DEATH - www.myhappydeath.com www.reverbnation.com/ahappydeath www.facebook.com/ahappydeath "[A Happy Death] are providing a happy, vicious counterpoint to the status quo of the Portland psychedelic scene that's been languishing in the wake of the Dandy Warhols for the past decade. Instead of coyly mumbling beneath endless piles of overdubbed guitars, A Happy Death isn't afraid to draw blood.” Ned Lannamann - Portland Mercury THE AUTONOMICS - www.theautonomics.com www.reverbnation.com/theautonomics www.facebook.com/pages/The-Autonomics/115577908462069 "They’re sort of an amalgam that rocks harder than most, but in a way that’s charmingly raw and disarmingly catchy. Think Modest Mouse dancing to Kings of Leon songs on Led Zeppelin’s grave, and call it controlled chaos. The guys don’t mind; they’re trying to walk the fine line between keeping the chaos, but also improving their chops." Ben Salmon - GO! Magazine
at the bunk house, come see some kick ass bands.