RUMBLE IN THE RUST BELT CAR SHOW We're shuttin' down the whole damn block. Prizes for best pre '63: stock, kustom, rat rod & cycle. BANDS The Surfin Cadavers - (2 Special Sets!) The Kings of Surf/Horror Rock Cheetah Whores - (2 Special Sets!) Garage Punk, the "Sharktopus" score The Blue Ribbon Bastards - Special 4pm car show set of NY Rockabilly The Industry of Life Divine - Evening set of Darkwave/Industrial/Dance Johnny Revolting - Evening celebration of 21 years in Punk BURLESQUE Hell's Harlots (daytime) The Stripteasers Burlesque (evening) TATTOO ART An exhibit of some of the best work by Rust Belt artists. DJ Mark will be spinning psychobilly, obscure rockabilly, surf & darkwave. PLAN To come to Rumble in the South, this February in Tampa. More info at: www.facebook.com/groups/TheRumbleUSA http://therumbleusa.com/indexny.html
Montage Music Hall is proud to be a part of the Cancer Sux benefit for our girl, Gina Dalberth. Gina is a huge part of our local metal/rock music scene. She is currently the guitar player for the band Revival and she is a friend to many in the Rochester live music scene. Gina will be undergoing full mastectomy surgery in order to prevent breast cancer. Finances are a concern for her and her husband. All proceeds from this night will go to help lift their financial burden. Bands scheduled to perform: Order of the Dead Cry to the Blind Cheetah Whores Porphyria Galzu Tony Tugboat A $7 donation is requested at the door.
Cancer Benefit Show for Gina Dalberth, guitarist of Revival. More bands TBA
JUNE 21st 2014-Cheetah Whores at Star Alley next to Lux
Sounds Like: The Cramps, Iggy Pop, Wanda Jackson, Screaming Lord Sutch
Bio: A hit making band of thaumaturgy has burgeoned from Upstate New York
Rising, like a phoenix from out of the ashes of Rochester, New York; a trash-filled vacant lot covered with used hypodermic needles, crack vials, the Eastman School of Music - Chuck Mangione - have been hiding a veritable ho...See Full Bio
“The songs are catchy rock 'n' roll little ditties that sound as at home blasting out of a little transistor radio as they do thundering off a stage — where the band's lipstick-smeared sneer and walking-on-a-broken-stiletto-heel-bravado frequently threaten to derail the whole affair. Now that's entertainment.”