With a longer set time, were gonna be able to throw in several originals and covers you haven't heard before, so come grub some pizza and wings, share a pitcher with friends, and check our tunes.
This is a 21+ event. Spark The Fire, joined by Chris Washburn of BYRN, will be opening for the touring band Insubordination and MD based IDLEMINDS. Insubordination has been getting radio play for their hit "Old Southern Shitty", and IDLEMINDS has played with, among others, punk rock legends The Misfits. Be sure to come check out a high energy show that you wont want to miss. Spark The Fire goes on at 8. 5$ door charge https://www.facebook.com/sparkthefire.band https://www.facebook.com/#!/idlemindspunkrock https://www.facebook.com/#!/pages/Insubordination/140905159285060
Sounds Like: Fall Out Boy, Green Day, New Found Glory, Blink-182, All Time Low
Bio: Spark The Fire is a pop-rock/punk infused duo, based out of the DC metropolitan area. The release of their first EP in January 2013 "Virginia is for Lovers" helped place them in this year’s May issue of Alternative Press magazine in print and online. Garnering the attention of radio broadcasts,...See Full Bio
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“Mike Kovarik, one-half of Reston, Virginia, pop-rock duo Spark The Fire, grew up playing guitar, but gave it up when he was 19, due to school and other priorities. That all changed in 2009 when he took himself—and his tax return—to Guitar Center and bought an acoustic guitar. After getting back in touch with longtime friend Ben Coffinberger, the two began collaborating on music, playing a few shows along the way. “Me and Ben have always been friends, but have had our ups and downs like any friendship,” says Kovarik. “We just recognized that we are both talented individuals who love writing music and performing for people. When we combine our talents, it makes the end product that much better.” Kovarik is currently writing new material with the hopes of releasing it next year.”