Join us and be merry and bright at this Night-Before-Christmas Eve Holiday Sing-A-Long! With co-host Dan Miraldi. Featuring members of The Hearts, Dave Hammer's Power Supply, Rob Duskey and the Rounders, Lions from Ohio, Matt Hectorne & The Family Tree, Tinamou & more! The Tavern will be decked for the holidays. Wear your favorite UGLY HOLIDAY SWEATER to enter the sweater contest, sip a delicious holiday beverage in the company of good friends and enjoy the festivities at this yuletide event! *Look for a possible special guest appearance by the man in Red! Doors are 7pm, Show is at 8pm Tickets are $7 OR $5 with a donation of new or gently used outwear to be donated to The City Mission to help the homeless and those in need this winter season. *PLUS! Outerwear donation enters you into a raffle to win FREE tickets at the Beachland.
Join us for the release of our EP "A Break in the Clouds" The Hearts will be joining us to celebrate. Entry is $6 at the door. Join us immediately following the show in the lobby to meet the bands and enjoy some celebration cake!
What: Concert and a night of worship with Ward 9 and The Hearts When: 10/15/2011 @ 7pm Cost: $10 at the door
“The Hearts kick the door in and tear down the walls of your preconceived notions of what indie pop-rock music is all about. The best way to describe their latest release, Zeros & Ones, is to say that it is nitroglycerin to the ears; an explosive combination of rock guitars with pop vocals. “She’s A Nut” is one of my favorites by The Hearts because of the amazing groove it has to it. The lead vocal is very strong and the melodies are freaking hot! The musicianship is exceptional and I wouldn’t be shocked if these guys wound up on the Grammys, VMAs and Teen Choice Awards as a result of recording amazing songs like this. Each of these tracks are sick and they all come together to help make one helluva project by The Hearts. Quit wasting your time looking for the next big thing in pop-rock because this is it! Grade A band + Grade A album = major hit. Overall, The Hearts flat out rock and I’m a bit disturbed that no re-cord label has signed these guys yet. Remember, you heard it h”