July Talk / Wild Party / Verge of Bliss
BeATLANTA brings to you another halloween music bash with some of atlanta's finest... Verge of Bliss - http://www.vergeofbliss.com/ PlanetRAWK - http://www.planetrawkband.com/ Strange Planet - http://www.reverbnation.com/strangeplanet7 The Joy Kills - http://www.thejoykills.com/ Samurai Shotgun (Touring) - http://www.samuraishotgun.com/ R_Garcia - http://www.randygarcia.com/ Waking the Bates - http://www.wakingthebates.com/ Raeki - http://raeki.bandcamp.com/ DJ WOLF spinning in between and after DOORS AT 5:15PM - Music starts at 6pm FREE SHOW | 18+ Kegs of beer - $3/cup - Drink all night CHECK OUT beatlanta.com some other stuff: there is plenty of street parking on 5 streets that come to a point at the house. Try and carpool. Do not block our neighbors' driveways.
Sounds Like: Led Zeppelin Official, Queens of the Stone Age, The Kills, Them Crooked Vultures, The Dead Weather
Bio: In 2005, Virginia and Trey's paths first crossed as a discussion of their favorite musicians transitioned into realizing they both shared a mutual appreciation for the genius of Frank Zappa. Within a year, they were married and first began performing and writing music together. By 2010, the marri...See Full Bio
: This is what Verge has been up to recently. New album Queen of the Cauldron Born drops March 20 on cassette and... http://t.co/jpR9J6Q6Wr
“Should you happen to be in Atlanta anytime soon, try to catch a Verge Of Bliss live show before they become famous and start playing arenas. Based on the self-titled EP, they deserve national recognition. The power trio, led by bassist and singer Virginia Bliss, mixes classic rock fire and a jam band sensibility into something that sounds familiar but not recycled. Guitarist Trey Bliss (Virginia’s ex) is a force of nature, seriously channeling Jimmy Page in both quality and quantity of riffs in one song. Four of the five tracks are electric guitar trips with hints of psychedelia and Southern rock, a bit like Stone Temple Pilots but without the pretension; the best example is “The Wheel,” a six-minute workout with more twists and turns than pretty much any modern rock sludgefest currently clogging up the radio. Verge Of Bliss is definitely worth the time. Here’s hoping rock radio discovers them. Rating: B”