Each Tuesday night 10PM, X1075 & Pauly Kover will be hosting the X-EFFECT SESSIONS at Blue Martini in Town Square. Las Vegas LOCALS can now avoid The Strip in order to see some great Las Vegas bands & enjoy a night "in the neighborhood!" NO COVER 21+ Drink Specials TUESDAY 10/20 LIVE MUSIC from Crash Kit & Without Wolves!
Justin James Turner - Crash Kit - iRie at Hard Rock Cafe
SATURDAY MAY 10TH: Waiting For Zombies - "Dawn" EP Release Show! www.facebook.com/waiting4zombies Crash Kit www.facebook.com/crashkitmusic Tulgey Wood https://www.facebook.com/tulgeywood.feelingood A Burden On Society https://www.facebook.com/pages/A-Burden-on-Society/103521423064839 The Known Pleasures https://www.facebook.com/tkpband and more! EAGLE AERIE HALL 310 W. Pacific Ave Henderson NV 89015 $10 presale $12 day of show 5PM doors, tickets at http://waiting4zombies.brownpapertickets.com/
Sounds Like: Paramore, Flyleaf, Killswitch Engage, Chevelle, Rise Against
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“The female-fronted five piece rock band, Crash Kit, followed Jonate’s performance and filled the stage with a big presence and an even bigger sound. The driven intensity of the wildly talented band, paired with the lead singer’s powerful vocals gave the band a unique sound, stemming from a place somewhere between Evanescence and No Doubt. Fans were memorized by Crash Kit’s raw, emotional rock songs, and led by the singer’s commanding energy and passion. The band gave the performance an impressive amount of vivacity which was highly complimented by their tireless guitarist. The dynamic guitar player continuously moved and jumped around the stage, and even joined the crowd at a point, encouraging them to jump and dance along with him. Crash Kit obliged to the enthusiastic chants of “One more song,” after what was supposed to be their final tune. It was clear that the band was more than willing to go the extra mile to put on a quality show.”