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For seven years now Velour Live Music Gallery has been a space for you to enjoy the best in local music. Celebrate with us by joining in for a weekend filled with many of our favorite bands! NIGHT TWO-- Sat, Jan 19th: THE MOTH & THE FLAME, PARLOR HAWK The Mighty Sequoyah, Grey Fiction Tix at 24tix.com: http://www.24tix.com/event.html?show_id=KT4189781201418978120149 NIGHT ONE includes Desert Noises, The New Electric Sound and other greats. FB Info here: https://www.facebook.com/events/177110562412577/
Open Mic Show, All kinds of artists
Velour Live Music Gallery presents: A properly engaging and energetic evening of live music brought to you by: -Grey Fiction (www.greyfictionmusic.com) -Chasing Kings (http://www.chasingkings.com/) -Deadtooth -Tribes Come dig the vibes and join us in celebrating: -Presidential election week (didn't vote? celebrate that too!) -Chasing Kings 2012 tour -Change of seasons (pumpkin latte anyone?) -Live music and local artists -Mark's lack of haircut And please don't forget to donate to Red Cross in support of aiding the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy. http://www.redcross.org/charitable-donations This show means a great deal to us, our first headlining act! Help support by spreading the word and sharing with friends! Looking forward to seeing you all! $7 at the door. 8pm
“Grey Fiction plays an incredible combination of ’90s alternative rock and experimental shoegaze set to Paul Muusse’s unique, sometimes wailing vocals that reminded me, at times, of fellow Salt Lake City musician Boots to the Moon. Combined with the lights, the fog and a slowed-down, beautiful acoustic song, the entire performance was epic. As the night went on and each band took the stage, I couldn’t help but compare each act to the first. It came down to just two bands for me, but I went with my gut feeling and decided on Grey Fiction. I was surprisingly nervous as Velour spokesperson Kaneischa Johnson walked onto the stage with the results. As she announced the winner and I heard Grey Fiction’s name, a strange “Wahoo!” escaped my mouth. The room exploded with applause and the band went onstage to claim their prize.”