Founded in 2002, Point Blank started out performing at local social functions, private parties, community and high school events, weddings and corporate functions. In 2003 the eight-piece ensemble released their debut album "Pulling Off the Covers" and quickly found themselves headlining at Philadelphia landmarks such as Zanzibar Blue and Warm Daddy's. Performing now in front of an even larger fan base and audiences, the group began to pack venues wherever they played. Wanting to expand their musical horizons and display their tremendous talent, Point Blank soon appeared at the Berks County Jazz Festival with greats like Hiroshima, Najee and Doc Powell. 2008 found them on stage at the DuPont Clifford Brown Jazz Festival opening for the legendary George Duke, as well as opening for jazz fusion great Jeff Lorber at The Philadelphia ''Welcome America'' festival. Later in 2008 Point Blank released another recording called "In the Raw," a cult favorite and endearing tribute to improvisational jazz. Now totally seasoned and ready to do something special for their adoring fans, Point Blank has released their first CD containing entirely original music; "A Point Of View" is an eclectic mix of grooves, rhythms and ballads that reflect a soulful brotherhood with evolving spiritual conscience.
Free Show, Sunday night. $1 PBR's. Hell Yes
POINT BLANK & KILL THE CAR
The Route of All Evil Tour 2011 Aaron Omen, Point Blank, Low On Sanity