Dead Amble @ Hanks Saloon Free tunes throwin down at Hanks in Brooklyn. Get on out.
4 years and going strong... come out for some great music, booze, and fun for a great cause! Performing: School of Rock "Big Five" The Frozen Ropes Dead Amble The Well Hungarians and a very special MIX MINUS REUNION Hosted as always by Bujo $20 at the door, 100% goes to the Muscular Dystrophy Association in honor of my father, Paul Sheganoski.
Dead Amble @ Singlecut Brewery Astoria! We are psyched to have been invited to play our first Brewery Show and what better place then in our town of Astoria, NYC! Astoria's first brewery! Come out and enjoy some killer brews, vinyl spins, and then some get down good times with us! We start rockin at 7:00PM! FREE!
We'll be opening up for the talented Rachel Brooke as our first gig at The Brooklyn Public Assembly! Gonna be a get down time for sure!! :::::::REBEL ANGEL PRODUCTIONS PRESENTS::::::: RACHEL BROOKE (and full band) Her voice is hauntingly beautiful, and her song writing reaches into your soul and whisks you away like a eerily authentic old time country lullaby. She is both captivating and indescribable. This is definitely a show not to miss! I hope that you can join us on this special night! Rachel Brooke - http://www.rachelbrookemusic.com/ Brooklyn Public Assembly 70 North 6th Street Brooklyn, NY 11211 21+ $10
Dead Amble Saint Patty's Day @ Strand Smokehouse Come celebrate the official Saint Paddy's day on the 17th with us at The Strand Smokehouse in Astoria. Meat, craft brews, whiskey, music...yep.
Sounds Like: Hank Williams 3, Merle Haggard, Hellbound Glory, LARRY AND HIS FLASK, Two Gallants
Bio: Make do with what cha got Rockin' Country, in your face, get down and foot stomp till' the morning comes kinda music!!
Based out of New York City and raised across the states from Oregon to New York, Dead Amble makes a rockin' Country that is about having a good time, the stories that arise from...See Full Bio
“You might be excused from thinking Dead Amble, with a rambunctious country sound and a song like "Tennessee Honey" hailed from Southern parts. While it's true that some of the members have lived all over the country, this band is New York City-based. It sounds like a tune for a saloon. Or maybe a campfire. Either way, I love how it sounds like there's a whole crowd singing along. It's definitely upbeat, energetic, and music for drinkin' and dancin'. Check out recently released Ills Within Thrills (cool title) for more.”