Rare acoustic performance. This show will be filmed for upcoming Concert series DVD release.
Normally a Salsa club, but SUNDAY nite, Rock-n-roll--- 3 bands, we are playing with Pilgrim X & Invisible !!
Manager: Kevin McElroy firstname.lastname@example.org
Bio: Launching from the southeast region of the U.S., Days of Junia are a dynamic, post-modern, ensemble bringing a fresh take on the grit of American Alternative Rock. Their music is a blend of Indie Rock sensibility with the moodiness and introspection most often associated with British Alterna-Pop...See Full Bio
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““Hero,” the first track on Days of Junia’s freshman release, ends with a proclamation: “I am the killer! I am the whore! I am the healer! I am the hero!” It’s a fair warning: if you keep listening you’re going to feel assaulted, seduced, healed, and inspired in turn, and sometimes all at once. Charlie Edward’s lyrics narrate a spiritual journey that’s happy in the darkness and mystery of “Autumn,” but anxious and angry in “Sunshine.” His voice often hovers in the lower registers, then slowly builds to the upper limits of his range like he’s ready to bust out of the song. Before that happens, Joyce Yaddaw’s harmonies usually come to the rescue and reign it all in quite beautifully—especially in the emotional ballad “Rebel” and the more hard-driving “Crazy Hazy Lazy.” “Heights of Tomorrow” is a solid freshman release from a band with passion and energy to spare. I’ve got it in heavy rotation on my iPod!”