Thursday, January 13, 2011

Thursday, January 13, 2011
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by Paul McKinney
January 14th – Myrtle Beach hardcore act, Hundredth, hits the road starting in Columbia, SC at New Brookland Tavern with Casey Jones, Death Before Dishonor, and The Mongoloids.


January 18th – Punk/Alternative, Against Me! will be playing in Carrboro, NC at Cat’s Cradle on support of their 2010 album, White Crosses and the single “I Was A Teenage Anarchist.” Opening acts include Cheap Girls and Fences.

January 18th – Ska band Reel Big Fish will be playing in Atlanta at the Masquerade. They still plan on playing their winter tour after the band announced the departure of longtime member Scott Klopfenstein. Nerdcore band, The Aquabats are set to co-headline the concert with support from Suburban Legends and Koo Koo Kangaroo.

January 29th – Local horror metal band, Prowler will be having their CD release party at Island in Surfside featuring the single, “The Dead Rise Again.” Also on the show will be Take Cover, Laissez Faire (debut performance), and Hawaiian Shirt Day. $5.

January 31st – Punk rock legends, NOFX, will be playing at House of Blues in Myrtle Beach with Bouncing Souls, Cobra Skulls, and Old Man Markley.

4 comments:

  1. I'm really excited to see Laissez Faire and Hawaiian Shirt Daty on the 29th. I enjoyed reading this, I want to go see NOFX too. Great post.

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  2. This is really helpful for anyone confused when bands are playing.

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  3. I will definitely be there on the 29th to see you play!

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  4. I liked this type of post, and it is great to see the music reports from the area. The set-up was both straight-forward and informative. I'm going to the NOFX and Bouncing Souls show on the 30th, I'm expecting it to be crazy good. Also great to hear you're playing with Prowler, good luck with the debut performance. When-ever you know about other gigs going on they could be used for great updates such as this one. The Shark Attack entertainment section is always in need of music stories, great journalism!

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