Best rock show of the end of August!! Come out and rock with the bastards, clowns, and Seether.
FRIDAY, APR 4 Hawthorne Theatre $20.00 (Pre-Sales) ON SALE NOW 7:00 PM DOORS 8:00 PM SHOW
THIS SHOW IS ALL AGES. BAR WITH ID. Headling the show is Portland's favorite ROCK N' ROLL BASTARD'S! *American Bastard* https://www.facebook.com/Americanbastard/info Supporting Bands: Portland's All Original Punk Rock Boys: The Punctuals https://www.facebook.com/thepunctualspdx Edgy Alternative Rock! Cellar Door https://www.facebook.com/cellardoorpdx The Dirty, Gritty, Rock n' Roll studs of: Jet Force Gemini https://www.facebook.com/JetForceMusic The Sexy, Dangerously Hardcore ladies of: Madame Torment https://www.facebook.com/madametorment
Five hard rocking all original bands converge on the Hawthorne Theatre for this ALL AGES show ~ Don't miss it!
Sounds Like: Sound Garden, Godsmack, Alter Bridge, Saliva, Chevelle
Manager: Rockin' Dave Bowen
Bio: Sometimes things just fall into place…as was the case for Portland’s newest addition to the local ranks of rock bands, American Bastard. In the fall 2008 guitarist Kyle Nees, a long time heavy weight in the PDX heavy rock scene, rung up singer buddy Bob Merritt to pen a few songs and see where it...See Full Bio
“American Bastard- Bob Merritt,Vocals/Guitar, Lee Lovell, Bass Guitar/Vocals, Dane Haase, Drums/Vocals, Brandon Cook, Lead Guitar -While we only expected four bands playing, we were in for a treat – a premier showing of a Portland-based band opened. These guys gave us some serious a$$-kicking hard rock. The house sound was awesome for all of the bands playing tonight, and for the opening set it was no exception which is unusual, in and of itself – usually it takes a few minutes for the sound man to get everything all squared up but not in this case. We loved this band, with their Ozzy-like sound and persona, everything was tight and hot (like we like it!) – loved when Dane flipped his sticks, I couldn’t help but giggle – sorry! but it was cool! and Bob did an excellent job of making a connection with the audience. The set was entirely too short for this band, which is one of the “local” groups check them out here: http://www.facebook.com/Americanbastard”