Label: Vorlexco Records (Independent)
Bio: During a hiatus of the metal outfit Civil Definition, The Ryan Birchwood Project was born. Two recordings were made during this venture that consisted of Michael Portner on acoustic guitar and Jayson Hughes handling vocals. Civil Definition was soon reborn and the project would be put to the side... See Full BioMore Info
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$10 Presale $12 Door 21+ OPENERS: Beast Noire https://www.facebook.com/beastnoire Strange Forest https://www.facebook.com/strangeforest Green Jello Bio: OVER ONE MILLION SOLD! 27 YEARS AND 238 BAND MEMBERS LATER GREEN JELLO STILL SUCKS.... Green Jellÿ (pronounced "green jello") was formed in 1981 in Kenmore, NY by founding member Bill Manspeaker. Originally named Green Jellö, the band changed its name due to legal pressure from the owners of the Jell-O trademark, Kraft Foods, who claimed that it was an infringement of their trademark. Throughout the early 80’s, Green Jellÿ performed throughout NY, opening for bands like The Ramones and New York Dolls. Their reputation for over-the-top live performances and food-hurling audiences got them banned from most local venues. After finding local success, many of the members relocated to Hollywood, CA where they quickly became a fixture of the underground scene. Green Jellÿ then struck up an instant friendship with GWAR bonding with their mutual love of costumes and onstage antics. By this time, the band consisted of usually 20 members including new characters such as "Shitman" (a giant, walking corn-filled poop monster), "Cowgod", "Rock n Roll Pumpkin", and "Satan's Ham." At one point even Danny Carey and Maynard James Keenan of Tool made the Green Jellÿ roster. In 1992, Zoo Entertainment, a subsidiary of BMG, released Green Jellÿ’s “Cereal Killer,” an all video album including MTV hit, “The Three Little Pigs.” The following year, Zoo released an audio version of the album called, “Cereal Killer Soundtrack.” This album went gold in the US, and sold nearly 2.5 million units worldwide. The success led BMG to open Green Jellÿ studios in Hollywood, where the band recorded Grammy nominated, “333.” “333” includes “The Bear Song” from the Farrelly Brother’s film, Dumb and Dumber. In the following years, Green Jellÿ continued to break the mold as they wrote the first ever video game soundtrack for Acclaim Entertainment video game, Spider Man & Venom: Maximum Carnage. Although they never officially broke up, band members went their separate ways until early 2008 when they reemerged for a US tour supporting a re-release of the Cereal Killer and 333 video/albums on DVD. After performing over 125 shows last year, all of them rife with the comedic and animated goodness that made Green Jellÿ a household name, the band is now preparing for another US tour starting in June 2009 to support their newest record “Musick To Insult Your Intelligence By” on Los Angeles based Rotten Records. This tour which will be bigger, better and fatter than ever promises to be more along the lines of a traveling Mardi Gras parade; with enough costumes and enough foodstuff to make Anthony Bourdain’s mouth water. On signing the band, one member of the Rotten Records management team said “Well, at least we don’t have to worry about these guys going cold or hungry on the road—they travel with plenty of costumes and food for their live shows…” This is a match made in a supermarket checkout line considering that some of the Rotten Records staff have been fans of the band for many years. Rotten Records President Ron Peterson said “We couldn’t be happier. This is one of the hardest working bands in the business. We are confident in their professionalism…”
Multiple teams are coming together to make 2 "mixed" teams: the Beach Babes & the Bikini Bottoms. Your Goosetown Roller Girls may end up playing against each other! Pre-sale tickets available online: http://july13.bpt.me/ *In-town ticket sales TBA* Doors open at 6:00 pm, bout begins at 7:00pm. New Ulm Civic Center 1212 North Franklin Street, New Ulm, MN 56073 Half-time entertainment by Strange Forest Prices: $10 Adults ($12 at the door) Free for children 12 and under (2 per paid adult) $15 Limited Track-side Seating! Track-side Seating Rules - 18+ (ID Required) - must be seated during bout - DON'T spill your drink! Join us for the after party at the Pub & Patio in downtown New Ulm! A portion of the proceeds will be donated to ProKinShip for Youth
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