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Turquoise Jeep with Oxymorrons / Chris Rockwell & the stickball social club
Late Nite Live! With Chris Rockwell, Colton Kayser, and Bryan Durieux! Late Nite Live is back with Chris Rockwell and the Stickball Social Club! First appearing at Langosta Lounge in August of last year, Chris Rockwell and the Stickball Social Club return to take over the stage on the boardwalk in Asbury Park once again. This time, they're bringing with them a stellar list of special guests. In October, Speak Into My Good Eye (speakimge.com) held their 1st Annual 24 Hour Songwriting Challenge, and Chris Rockwell rose to that challenge with the help of celebrated singer/songwriter Colton Kayser. On Friday, they take the stage together with the Stickball Social Club and perform the song live on stage for the first time. Kayser will also be playing his own set of songs that night, and other special guests of the evening include Bryan Durieux & Rachel Rourke!
Chris Rockwell & The Stickball Social Club at Stay Gold with Bow & Arrow!
Sounds Like: Gym Class Heroes, Atmosphere, Beastie Boys, Flobots, Macklemore
Bio: Since 2005, award winning Jersey Shore hip-hop artist and spoken word poet Chris Rockwell has been performing his poetry and music to audiences across the country. In that time, he has released two full length spoken word albums, three solo hip-hop records, and one EP with his band Chris Rockwell...See Full Bio
“Chris Rockwell & the Stickball Social Club is quickly becoming the “it” band of the Asbury scene with their fresh, fun, high-energy and anthemic instrument-based alternative/hip-hop sound. Listen to them once, just once, and you’ll be grooving to their songs the rest of the night. These guys are that damn good. But, most importantly — they’re different. This isn’t the same type of music you here at being churned out every which way you look and on every radio dial you tune into. These guys have something all their own and it’s definitely worth supporting.”