Lineup of the century!! Mutual Groove (the rhythm section of Wings of Apollo) is coming up from Nashville, TN to rock their hometown. Albino Rhino will reunite for a final show following Joe's move to Virginia Beach. Because this is an early show, an afterparty at a location TBD is very likely, meaning we actually get to hang out with you after we perform. Saturday July 16, 2016 Doors: 5:30 pm / Show: 6:30 pm GA $15 | Premier Plus $22
Albino Rhino's going away show for Joe! Don't miss out!
Thursday night stop at the Wonderland Ballroom in DC with our friends, No Kiss No Poison!
ALBUM RELEASE SHOW!! And this will be Rhino's first time gracing the stage at Sehkraft in Arlington.
Cincinnati's indie-pop-rock band, Automagik, is on tour and stopping in DC for a second shot at playing this show, which was originally cancelled due to the impending blizzard 2016. Rhino will bring their typical blend of funktastic bass, otherworldly organ solos, face melting drum fills, and roaring guitar solos.
Sounds Like: Red Hot Chili Peppers, The Black Keys, George Clinton and Parliament Funkadelic, Cream, Gov't Mule
Manager: Joe McMurray
Bio: Originally formed as a garage rock & blues duo, Albino Rhino has been evolving since their inception. After cutting their teeth and sharpening their horns in DC and Northern Virginia, Rhino has become known for their raw power, energy, and unforgettable funk. The band plays funk-infused rock and...See Full Bio
"Walk in Squares, and that was the lead-off track from the self-titled album by Albino Rhino. Which came out about three weeks ago on May 25th. It's the project of Joe McMurray [and] Avi Walter, both in Bells and Hunters, who I saw last night. Brian Moran, a couple other folks too [Ren Hutt, Justin Paschalides]... ... A couple things about this song: I did not know that was Joe McMurray's singing voice. I have never seen Albino Rhino before. He's so quite and soft-spoken and nice in person, and now there's this really entertaining white-guy funk, which, who'd have thought man?"