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the Crisis

the Crisis

Alternative / Alternative Rock / Experimental Pasadena, TX  US


  • Sat

    Mar 5

    Germantown, WI, US | 4:30pm

    The Crisis EVENT DETAILSaturday, March 5, 2016at 9:30pmThe Crisisat BuBs Irish PubN116 W16218 Main StreetGermantown(262) - 255-184021+

  • 2015

    Nov 21

    Germantown, WI, US | 4:30pm

    The Crisis EVENT DETAILSaturday, November 21, 2015at 9:30pmThe Crisisat BuBs Irish PubN116 W16218 Main StreetGermantown(262) - 255-184021+$5 Cover

  • 2012

    May 7

    Houston, TX, US | 9:45pm


  • 2011

    Aug 19

    Las Vegas, NV, US | 8:00am

    The Crisis and Contradictions of Consumption Registration is now closed. Contact Dan Cook (dtcook@camden.rutgers.edu) if you wish to attend. The current global economic downturn has brought into relief key tensions and fissures that some say are endemic to consumer capitalism. In an effort to keep pace with idealized visions and versions of the good life, consumers for decades had collectively engaged in personal and household deficit livingrisky practices primed and enabled by corporate strategy and government monetary policies. Now that this house of cards has tumbled and left many in dire circumstances, most publicly iterated "common sense" posits a return to consumption levels of the past while, at the same time, warning of remaining in or living in debt. Consumption appears as both the problem and solution. Nonetheless, as the crisis affects the U.S. and the EU in particular ways, China, India and their major trading partners continue growing and consuming at breakneck speed. At the same time US economic policy seeks to make Chinese goods more expensive, perhaps signaling a long-term Eastward shift of the epicenter of consumerism. Few raise questions about this schizoid process or about lessons learned regarding social, economic and environmental costs of unchecked consumerism. The Consumer Studies Research Network (http://csrn.camden.rutgers.edu/) is sponsoring a one-day conference on The Crisis and Contradictions of Consumption to be held on the campus of the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, Friday, August 19, 2011. There will be a Graduate Student Workshop where students will have papers commented on by faculty mentors. Invited Panel The highlight of the conference will be a Spotlight Panel of scholars addressing conference theme. We are pleased to announce George Ritzer and Robert Manning will participate in the panel. George Ritzer is Distinguished University Professor at the University of Maryland and author of numerous books and essays on consumer society and social theory, including the widely read The McDonaldizatoin of Society. (http://www.bsos.umd.edu/socy/People/gritzer.html). Robert Manning, author of Credit Card Nation and maker of the documentary film In Debt We Trust, is President of the Responsible Debt Relief Institute and has worked on issues of consumption, debt and banking for more than a decade (http://www.creditcardnation.com/). Registration is now closed. Contact Dan Cook (dtcook@camden.rutgers.edu) if you wish to attend. The CSRN, in existence for 12 years and loosely affiliated with the American Sociological Association, seeks to foster dialogue and debate among those who are interested in and concerned about the place of goods and commodities in social life. Contact Dan Cook (dtcook@camden.rutgers.edu) or visit http://csrn.camden.rutgers.edu/ where present and past newsletters and a partial list of members can be found. Conference Lodging CSRN conference attendees may register for the special rate of $99/night (plus tax) at the Embassy Suites hotel. This rate includes a full, hot breakfast and is lower than the rate at Ceasar's Palace for those nights where the ASA is being held. It is walking distance from the CSRN conference site. The rates are good for the nights of August 18 and August 19. Embassy Suites Las Vegas 4315 Swenson Street, Las Vegas, Nevada, United States 89119 Tel: 1-702-795-2800 1-702-795-2800 Fax: 1-702-795-1520 http://embassysuites1.hilton.com/en_US/es/hotel/LASESES-Embassy-Suites-Las-Vegas-Nevada/index.do Code: COS (Under Group/Convention Code)

  • 2011

    Aug 14

    Houston, TX, US | 9:00pm

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  • Jess J (Artist)
    Jess J
    I'm Jess J from DBBS Ent. The 5th annual "Get Money Stop Hatin" Tour is officially kicking off October 25th in Oklahoma City. We'll be in Houston November 9th at Azteca's. The last tour covered 36 cities and every show was a success. We expect this time to be even bigger & better. Past tours have been mostly Hip Hop & R&B, but we want it to be much more diverse moving forward. I’m in the process of searching for a band and a few talented artists to work with and Co-Headline this year’s tour with me. We plan on doing 50 cities between now and next summer. If you or anybody you know wants to perform or be a part of this tour, contact my manager Tug at 818-470-9120 or getmoneystophatintour@gmail.com. If he don’t answer, leave a voicemail or send a text. He’ll definitely get back to you asap. I’ve been using this tour to connect with artists, DJs, producers, promoters, promo teams, photographers, etc, in different cities all over the country. We’re definitely looking for talent to work with for big things we have planned in the future. Whatever it takes to elevate this brand to the highest possible level . We show love to everyone out here working hard, regardless of genre. We can get in the studio or whatever when I touch down. I mix, master, and produce as well. Upcoming Concert Dates (More coming soon) October 25th – Queen of Sheba (Oklahoma City, OK) November 2nd – Club Fresh (Springfield, MO) November 9th – Azteca’s Bar & Grill (Houston, TX) November 16th – DJ’s Club Elite (Baton Rouge, LA) November 23rd – Jukebox (Joplin, MO) December 7th – Club E (Tulsa, OK) Jess J Footage from the last tour 1. 2012 "Get Money Stop Hatin Tour" Starring Jess J (Albuquerque, NM) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jkIjY-ic1MU&feature=share&list=PL2BD7A6F726B665FF 2. 2012 "Get Money Stop Hatin Tour" Starring Jess J (Houston, TX) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eqljr1cGnao&feature=share&list=PL2BD7A6F726B665FF 3. 2012 "Get Money Stop Hatin Tour" Starring Jess J (El Paso, TX) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jnLvZug0anQ&feature=share&list=UUBvKIrHLKHIj7G8HynrhorA P.S. – For additional updates and information about the tour, like me on facebook or twitter; www.twitter.com/jessjjones www.facebook.com/jessjmusic www.facebook.com/jessjjones
  • Trisha Sims (Label)
    Trisha Sims
    Are you interested in showcasing a venue for SXSW 2012? Message me back with your contact information.
  • IMRadio (Fan)
    Hi the Crisis, I'm glad that ReverbNation turned IMRadio on to you. www.IMRadio.com
  • Downfall Rising (Artist)
    Downfall Rising
    hey guys.. looking forward to the 30th..



Label: The Crisis Music Group

Manager: Brian Carrion

Bio: Originally from Pasadena, TX, THE CRISIS has stormed on the scene as one of the most ecletic and energetic bands of the South. Pure charisma and charm separate this band from the rest of a hungry pack of talent. As the singer/guitarist Brian "BC" Carrion says,"We just like to play music, we don't...See Full Bio

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