8:00PM - PAMELA PARKER PAMELA PARKER and The King's Ransom (Pamela Parker's backing band Tom Finch on guitar, Ryan Hickey on keys, Chris McGrew on drums, and Spence Murray on bass) will go on at 8:15PM sharp!!! Make sure to purchase your pre-sale ticket and let them know you are here to see PAMELA PARKER at the door. Also, pre-sale tickets are awesome because you can then call and reserve a table by making dinner reservations. You can enjoy the show and a meal all at the same time while chillaxing at your very own table. The sooner you call, the better seat you can choose for yourself. Otherwise, there will be plenty of room for those of you who just want to hang at the bar or on the dance floor. Promotional FREE offer from The Mint for this show. The Mint has a new app available and they are offering a free PBR or Cocktail to all new people who download their app. The Mint App can be downloaded at http://bit.ly/1uISPda Just show the bartender your app, and receive your FREE drink!!! Other bands playing include: 7:30PM - Sobak 8:15PM - Pamela Parker 9:00PM - Ganesha 9:45PM - BlahdiosTickets Save
Sounds Like: Led Zeppelin Official, Janis Joplin, Robert Plant, Grace Potter and the Nocturnals, *Susan Tedeschi*
"Pamela Parker sounds like the love child of Ann Wilson and Axl Rose."
- Steve Levington, Program Director, CHLY 101.7FM
A truly gifted songwriter, Pamela Parker has a wealth of classic sounding original songs that span the gamut of the rock idiom. She says, "My message is one of self-empower...See Full Bio
"When I first heard Pamela Parker's 'Is It Real?' I knew I had to have Evolutionary Process. Pamela Parker sounds like the love child of Ann Wilson and Axl Rose all the while looking like the daughter of Slash. Eric McFadden plays the guitar like he's being possessed by Jimi Hendrix and Carlos Santana at the same time. There's only one real word to describe this band and this album....Smooth. This is the kind of music you want to roll over, light a cigarette and ask was it good for you, too? There is no such thing as a bad song on this album, it's the kind you can put in your car and go on a road trip on, drive with the top down and looking damn cool doing it. I'm a music director of a radio station and i feel that Pamela Parker's Evolutionary Process is my greatest discovery this year and if you're smart it'll be yours 2 "