The Cream Cheese Band has entered The Battle of The Bowery. On Wednesday March 12th we perform with the 2 bands listed in a three band elimination round with a chance to move into the finals against other winning Battle Bands. The finals will be at NV Nightclub where the final 6 or 7 bands will battle it out. We will be judged by how many fans come to see us. We don't find out what time slot we have until an hour before the show. Everyone that can come to an excellent club in old city and Cheer on the Cheese!! Three excellent local bands, don't miss it!!
Knoxville Singer Alex Minard is turning 30 years old and is going to celebrate with live music and more!
June 19th-June 23rd The venues and Musicians for Fifth Records & Radio First Annual Clayton Street Music Festival are as follows: Jerzees SportsBar Barcode The Grotto Genco Import Co Flanagan's Whiskey Bent, Athens The Volstead Bar & Grill Herschel's Famous 34 Pub & Grill The Bury The Mad Hatter The Tavern on Broad Candid Coal People Carly Moor +Drew Marle Fort Knox Frank Zeno Ian Michael Casey Jack Covington Jacob Gise Jacqueline Jones Johnny and Shim Jon Langston Josh Daniels Justin McFarland Laughlin Leaving Countries Liz Faucet Louis Philip Pelot Louis Powell Mike McIntyre Neil Phelps papaDaddy Red Dirt Mountain Band Red Sky Days Sam Sniper Scarlet Stitch SHEHEHE Smacked by Smiley The Coriolis Mob Jazz Trio The Dock Locks The Hellmand Project Tre Powell Music VG Minus
Bio: In 2008 Hey OK Was formed by Alex Minard and Ian Daniels. Alex Minard, originally from New Jersey, Met Daniels through mutual friends and quickly began playing together. In January of 09, They Decided on the name, Hey OK Fantastic, based on the fact with a name like that, you weren't tied down to...See Full Bio
“he album has this sort of western/folk feel mixed in with a rock twang. They are really consistent with that sound, actually. One thing that sort of reminds me of a bar band is the whole tone of the band. It’s really straight-forward: acoustic guitar with a backing band, the distorted guitar lead every so often, an “in-the-background” vocal arrangement. After the layers start peeling back, you can really tell this is a crew of battle-tested pros. They’ve been together for three years but they sound like they’ve all been playing music together in various forms for the past decade or so. It’s a sort of chemistry that isn’t necessarily picked out of the album as an instrument or a track or a certain part of a song but rather the entire culmination of all the songs together. The real bottom line at this point: this album is just fun.”
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