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The Fire at Endsville
The Dead Superheroes Orchestra
Lady Cannon Bathroom Sessions
Saturday, January 22nd, 2011 at 9:00pm
Fire at Endsville:
Fire at Endsville are a hard-rock band from Chicago, IL: a cadre of guitar villains and heavy-metal junkies with a flair for darkly dramatic music. Their melodic riffs and rich synth atmospheres couple with haunting poetry and brooding bass vocals to create a sound that is at once compelling and disarming.
After only a year of existence, Fire at Endsville's high energy stage show has been seen in Boston, Minneapolis, St. Louis, and throughout Chicago including Schuba's Tavern, Martyrs', and The Abbey Pub in Chicago. Fire at Endsville have also been featured on Evanston Online's weekend talk show, Weekends With Whitney. Their debut EP "The Muse, the Mute" is available through online music outlets including Amazon.com and iTunes.
Dead Superheroes ORchestra:
A rock ensemble with dazzling string arrangements and a pitch-black wit, the
dead superheroes orchestra will take you on a journey from your hometown
cemetery down to the depths of the underworld, up to the cool, bare face of
the moon, and back again. dreamed up by brains steeped in batman, Mozart,
and dostoevsky, the orchestra tells the tale of an angel and a boy who comes
back from the dead.
Their performances are part rock show, part chamber recital and part goth rock oratorio. A mad cacophony of strings, guitars, drums, piano, and choir led by a melodramatic bass voice, the dead superheroes orchestra is a band that entertains, perplexes and entrances.
LADY CANNON (Martha Cannon): A singer with the voice of Hope Sandoval (Mazzy Star) and the ghosts of authentic American folk: Lady Cannon is a fresh take on well-worn traditions. Splitting its time between realistic romance and a jugband's whimsy, Lady Cannon draws from timeless themeslove, loss and the likeand updates the spirit of back porch sing-alongs for the indie-minded. (ERIC LEWEN, freelance writer/music critic) This Milwaukee singer is Martha Cannon, and she blurs the line between folk ballad and torch song, show tune and work song. With a voice and delivery that says smoke-filled night club and instrumentation that says bluegrass porch jam, Lady Cannon's music is a lovely example of Lady Day meets Lampchop (WMSE 91.7, Milwaukee)