Rockin' Merch presents: Ranch Bowl Reunion with Secret Skin, Twitch, Mandown, Buck Bowen with Jazz Trio, Noizewave/Evil Squad & TheFonzarellies A Benefit for Out of the Darkness American Foundation for Suicide Prevention Tickets: $8 Ranch Bowl is perhaps best known for its role as a staple music venue of Omaha, before Conor Oberst made the city famous for folk rock with a few Bright Eyes albums between 2002 and 2005, before Slowdown and The Waiting Room opened in 2007 and spotlighted Omaha’s live touring indie music scene. In its time, the venue hosted the likes of Pearl Jam, Cheap Trick, Green Day, 311, Joan Jett, L.L. Cool J, Red Hot Chili Peppers and dozens more acts of equal notoriety. -Hear Nebraska
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Label: Bow*Lit Records
Bio: Twitch, a mainstay of the Omaha hard rock scene in the late 90’s & early 2000’s toured regionally behind their CD “Underdogs”, & has shared the stage with such national acts as: POD, The Urge, Blue October, Pomeroy, Red Fang, The Step Kings, & 8Stops7. Now, Twitch begins again with a new member &...See Full Bio
“Twitch! are back! I first reviewed them in '98 when I heard their EP, "Underdogs." I was stoked to get an e-mail from their management this year after they had discovered my review on Rough Edge. Twitch! now have a fresh EP entitled "We The People" and they have matured their sound and continued with their onslaught of metal based music. This EP has five songs that deal with social and political issues, something that is on the mind of everybody nowadays. Twitch! approach each song with a message and then wrap around it a nasty riff coupled with strong drums. They also pull you into the song; you'll have your head banging while your fist is raised. EPs are always a great way to get introduced to a band's sound. Twitch! have the potential to expand this offering into a full album. "We The People" isn't just the album title, it’s a way of life for Twitch!”
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