I play Saturday at 5:20pm.
This event is 21+ with a $15 cover. All proceeds go towards production costs. All right ya'll!! The time has come!! 182 is teaming up with Dark White Media - Boston Film & Music Video Production and UpStream Sounds & More to transform Gemstones & Blue-Shamrock into a video production monstrosity!! We have 3 bands filming 2 videos with a 5 man team, all in high def!! The Romano Project is also shooting a new mini doc/EPK this night as well! (So all those TRP fans, round up the troops and get your gear on, we'll be interviewing anyone who wants to be on camera!) Live painting, vendors and arts & crafts will be throughout the venue as well.
Sounds Like: Jack Johnson, Dave Mathews Band, Ryan Montbleau, Allman Brothers Band, Slightly Stoopid
Label: Mental Produxunz Studios (unsigned), Mental Produxunz Studios
Manager: Mitch Candiano, 182 Productions
Bio: From the mid-sized burg of Lawrence, Massachusetts, best known as the short lived home of poet Robert Frost hails a refreshingly vocal and songwriting driven band, The Romano Project. Formed by gifted songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Eddie Romano after three years with his previous project, t...See Full Bio
“I’d half-expect to hear this album blasting from the open window of some college dorm-room into the quad where a couple kids are playing Frisbee. But I can’t simply label it as mindless popped-collar frat-rock because—well, it isn’t. Not by a long shot. The tunes are driven by acoustic guitar, the rhythm section’s doused in funky grooves, and there’s a palpable jam-band feel to the album. There aren’t, however, lengthy stretches of instrumental masturbation. And, the songs are thankfully lacking in nasally peanut-butter-mouthed vocals and castrati-type falsetto á la Dave Matthews. Instead, the male vocalist has a gruff townie tenor that wavers between soulful grit and break-neck lyrical spitting. While TRP’s infectious melodicism and pop lyrics make it radio-friendly, they perform with enough swagger and guts to keep it from the doldrums of adult-contemporary limbo.”