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Benefit for Adrian Alexander. @ Fishbonz Tulsa (61st & Sheridan)
We are happy to announce the first return show of DELAY THE DAY/The Joint Effects CD Release Party!!
Michael Sampson passed away on Feb 23,2012. We are needing to raise money to help the Sampson family out with the expenses that come along with this tragedy. We have an amazing line up of local bands willing to play some amazing music to entertain us while we raise money. We will have raffles food and a great time. In the mean time Tankz is the official drop off for donations to help out until the official fundraiser. On behalf of The Sampson Family and Tankz thank you! $5 for the whole day!! Proceeds going to The Sampson Family. Line up... 2:00-2:15 Sean Hamilton 2:30 3:15 Kevin Jameson 3:15-3:45 Darryl Lee Hopper 3:45-4:30 Visions ABlaze 4:30-5:00 Sara Fitch 5:00-5:30 Seth Creazzo 5:30-6:00 Shelby's Justice 6:00-6:30 Eddie Bishop 6:30-7:15 The Broken 7:15-8:00 Roam 8:00-8:45 Searching For Sanity 8:45-9:30 Miranda Jackson and The Wildfires 9:30-10:15 Bad Things 10:15-10:45 Lady Sin 10:45-11:30 Southern Lush 11:30-12:00 Beneath 12:00-12:30 War on Gravity 12:30-1:15 Epitath
Sounds Like: Molly Hatchet, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Black Sabbath, Motorhead Fan Page, Wishbone Ash
Label: Bad Things Music
Manager: Don Sloan
Bio: Bad Things played their last show on November 2, 2012 to a hometown crowd of friends, family, and fellow musicians. Any future appearances will be under our new identity with the exception of occasional rare performances where they will appear as 'The Original' Bad Things. You can still purchas...See Full Bio
“The album consist of 10 songs and the style is classic hard rock with a good dose of southern rock and a little blues. I think of bands like Black Sabbath, AC/DC, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Molly Hatchet, Rhino Bucket and Danish Switchblade. My favorites are the album opener "Prison Train" and "Killing Time", "POD" and the title song "Age of Wisdom." In addition, I think the softer and very Lynyrd Skynyrd-inspired "Flame Burns Out" is worth a listen. On this track, the band also uses flute and slide guitar, which gives the song a bit of extra atmosphere. Overall, Age Of Wisdom has some completely excellent songs, at least if you like any of those bands. I think there's great guitar work on the CD in the form of good solos and that slide guitar.”