The Mirrors will open at around 10:15
We have a show June 9th at Current @ The Hat Factory in Richmond, VA. This is our first time back to Richmond. We are going to play with Vega Omega and one other TBA. It will be a fun show, so make sure to come out!
We’re going to be playing Reaction at the Sidebar Tavern Friday June 8th in Baltimore, Maryland. We’ll be preforming with two DJs that will be spinning 60′s Garage Rock and Soul all night. It should be a good time, so come out and party with us!
The Gloom! returns to the Belmont House of Smoke for another great night of music! If you missed the last Belmont show, you truly missed out. I can't say enough about the Belmont, great food, great drinks, great staff...you get the picture. Our good friends The Dahus and The Mirrors will be destroying the stage with us. Do not miss it! This is our first show with The Mirrors so it should not be missed! So, save the date and bring a date!
Sounds Like: The Rolling Stones, The Beatles, The Kinks, Pink Floyd
Bio: Since their first gig together (a one-off show of Dustin’s solo material), Dustin, Ronnie, and Adam have been making music together. When they needed a bassist, Ronnie asked former bandmate Van Eric Harned to join them, and he fit right in with the group.
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“The Mirrors hail from Norfolk, Virginia USA but have absorbed many of the sounds filtered from across the Atlantic from Swinging London circa 1965/66 – particularly singer’s Dustin Hogue’s Lennonesque delivery. Their recent EP Ursa Minor has a simple low-fi psychedelia feel. The Mirrors – Ursa Minor “Wake Up Yesterday” has a great Nuggets style insistent guitar riff and backwards style guitar break. They sound like the Coral covering the Kinks on “The Death of The Lonesome Gardener” and “Too Late Baby” is reminiscent on the Beatles “No Reply”. However, they save the best to last with “We Both Know (I Must Be Leaving)”. This final track out does Neil Innes circa Ron Nasty with its gorgeous Imagine era piano chords and Plastic Ono Band style backing. A promising debut EP and worth the admission alone for “We Both Know (I Must Be Leaving)”. For more information visit: http://wearethemirrors.bandcamp.com/ http://www.wearethemirrors.com/”