This will be an all-ages show at this World Famous venue. The show starts early and runs on time, so come in and have dinner and hunker down for some killer music. We hit the stage at 8:30 on the dot. Seriously, show up on time or you'll miss us. The Voodoo Lounge is an intimate and groovy little spot in the HOB where you can get food and drinks and sit on a sofa and cuddle up with your loved one. It's a sexy venue, so you may find a loved one you didn't know you had! $10 Tickets are available at the door and we'll give you a 15% off voucher for food and beverages! Send us an e-mail at: firstname.lastname@example.org and we'll send you the 15% off voucher.
FREE to the first 30 people to PSVP to: email@example.com
We have a kick-ass FREE show for you on Monday, June 3rd starting at 9pm with us hitting the stage at MIDNIGHT a The Satellite! There's a lot of bang for your buck on this one, so bring your earplugs and make a night of it at this iconic Silverlake Venue. http://www.thesatellitela.com/ 1717 Silverlake Blvd LA, CA 90026 Come early and check out Queen Caveat who's opening up a residency at the venue. These guys are probably the best band you have never heard... but not for long! http://queencaveat.com/ http://www.8mmlovesyou.com/ http://www.afineband.com/
Sounds Like: Led Zeppelin Official, Deep Purple (1968-1976), The Killers, The Raconteurs, My Morning Jacket
Bio: Brando's Island is a band that believes in the beauty and necessity of sonic expression. With a wide scope of influences, they live in the middle of a cacophony of sounds and focus them into a unified truth that speaks to individuals looking for an identity and threads the masses together. Hard-r...See Full Bio
“...Brando’s Island makes sweet noise with Jordan Bennett (bss), Josh Bushueff (gtr), Chris Reed (gtr), Brent Stranathan (drms) and Brandon Wardell (vox.) These guys play hard, fast and delightfully loud; it was all they could do to remain tethered on the lil stage while the crowd raged unrestrained. Musically, B’s Island strikes a strong balance of technical proficiency with all the Ushe influences meshing nicely with raw emotion that lead singer Brandon Wardell brings to the stage. He’s got that Morrison-esque, fresh-off-a-party-at-the-beach feel and an unpredictable flair that makes him as much fun to watch as he is to listen to...”