The Thrillhammers & Team Chandler present: A THRILL FOR LIFE benefit concert. All proceeds go directly to help the Chandler family offset medical and living expenses. Featuring: The Pak; Members of The Thrillhammers & Flat Top Union; Friends (with Rich Ward & Kerry Champion); Wade Sapp Tickets avaiable at: https://www.freshtix.com/events/thrill-for-life Limited reserved tables are available. Live & Silent Auctions Food & cash bar provided by Sidelines Grille
Next up for us is a benefit event for our good friend Jeff Blackwell who is battling cancer. This is going to be held at The Ball Ground Community Building on July 12th from 4:00PM to 10PM. Lots of music featuring CC Morgan Band, Jacob Bryant Band, The Thrillhammers, and as many more as possible. There is going to be a 50/50 Raffle, a raffle for 2 night cabin stay, a raffle for an excellent Washburn acoustic guitar, hamburgers, hot dogs, BBQ for sale, and a Cake Auction. There is going to be a Bike Ride from Rocco’s! $20 per rider, $5 per passenger. Registration for that starts at 2:00PM. Kick stands up at 3:00PM. Check out the Facebook Event page for more details and invite everyone you know. https://www.facebook.com/events/1420643801552969/ If you are unable to make it out on the 12th , but would like to help out, you can go here to donate: http://www.gofundme.com/a621s4
Join us Friday January 31st as we hit it down to Bone Lick BBQ in ATL for a great evening of music with our friends The Stoplight Roses & Anne-Marie Perry. NO COVER... BBQ... BEERS... AND.... SKEE BALL Check out Bone Lick's website for more information. http://www.bonelickbarbecue.com
Big thanks to all The Hammerheads and each and every one that came out to 120 Tavern! Special thanks to Beau and Kerry, Samson and all the 120 stage crew, and to Fozzy and all their crew for letting us come along for the ride! We hope y'all had as much fun as we did!
For a show recap and photos check out Target Audience Magazine.
We have been working on the New CD "Highway 369" for over 2 years now and it's time to make it happen!
Instead of running a Kickstarter campaign, we'd like to offer you 2 very special options that we think you'll dig. With your help we'll get this album pressed, promoted, and available to the world. We'd like to thank you with the following exclusive packages. http://www.thethrillhammers.net/merchandise.htm
Reverbnation Friends, Come out to the Downtown Kitchen this Friday (8/21) for a fun evening of music. We’ll be serving up a rare set filled with covers from the 70’s…. many we’ve never played in public before. As always, the Downtown Kitchen serves up a delicious menu before the show, and we will be playing from 9:00 until midnight. We hope you can come and join us for an action packed, hippie-hick hoe down. No cover, good times! http://www.thedowntownkitchen.com/ http://www.thethrillhammers.net/ http://www.myspace.com/thethrillhammers
The Thrillhammers in print? Check it out at: http://www.cherokeetribune.com/content/index/showcontentitem/area/9/section/29/item/109756.html
It's been a long time since we've crawled out of the hills to play a gig in a city as big as Atlanta. Bubbapalooza and The Star Bar is kind of our Ed Sullivan Show, the holy grail. To celebrate, we're offering our CD for just $5 if you download it at CDbaby.com thru the night of the show! Get the entire cd with album art, notes, song titles, and links - plus we'll email you a rare bonus track! At CD Baby the entire album comes as one zip download of audiophile quality MP3s (~200k VBR, higher than iTunes)easily playable on any MP3 player or cell phone you use. Come see us wide-eyed and full of wonder as we climb aboard the Star Bar stage for the first time. After our set, we'll back Redneck GReece with an encore of our Athens show in December. Come On In Juan!
The Thrillhammers - Long Story Short by Mark Waterbury
Sometimes you just have to rock. That is what The Thrillhammers appear to be all about if this debut is any indication. This Canton, Georgia based foursome infuses touches of country and blues into a blistering rock machine, like a more honky tonk fueled Georgia Satellites with frayed edges nodding towards Jason and the Scorchers. They don't try to be trendy or modern. The music just feels like they strapped on their guitars, grabbed their drum sticks, cranked up the amps, and let loose. Pure rock is often created that way, and that is what The Thrillhammers have done here.