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Velvet Productions Presents: Nothing to kick off a venue than an eclectic FREE show to bring everyone together! Headlining will be Greensboro's ESP (Electric Soul Pandemic). Opening up will be the strong voiced punk rock she devil Smelly Felly, followed by the power rock and roll trio The Bleeps! Then be prepared for the Queen City carnival act Dr. Cirkustien! Coddle Creek get you sped up with their bluegrass just before ESP!
Sounds Like: The String Cheese Incident, Phish, The Disco Biscuits, Lotus
Bio: Electric Soul Pandemic are a Greensboro, NC based quintet. ESP has cultivated an energetic, inspired sound w/ a boisterous lineup of musicians poised and determined. The songwriting center of the band revolves around Jaybird Beverly (keys, vox) and Derek Cobb (gtr, vox). Randy Elliott (gtr, fx), ...See Full Bio
“Featuring an energetic mix of jam and spirited guitar and keys, Communications proves to be a compelling, complex debut. From the highly energetic, opening notes of “Superstar,” and throughout the crunchy seven tracks of Electric Soul Pandemic’s (aka “ESP”) 2013 debut, it becomes quickly apparent that this high voltage, exciting debut is long overdue. The quintet, based in Greensboro, North Carolina, features Jay “Bird” Beverly on keys and lead vocals, Derek Cobb on guitar and vocals, Scott Nichols on bass, Randy Elliott on guitar and effects, and newest addition, Justin Heter on drums and vocals. The album features original ESP-member, Casey Cranford (BIG Something) on five of the album’s tracks as well. After cutting their teeth in the vibrant North Carolina “jam” scene over the last couple of years, ESP finds itself on the road more-and-more in support of their new release, and hitting festivals up and down the Eastern seaboard.”