BOOT & SADDLE

1131 S. Broad Street,
Philadelphia, PA 19147

NE-HI

NE-HI

The Ron Gallo III, Busses

Sat, August 15, 2015

Doors: 7:30 pm / Show: 8:00 pm

The Boot & Saddle

Philadelphia, PA

$10.00

This event is 21 and over

NE-HI
NE-HI
Born out of the backyards and basements of Chicago's DIY music scene, NE-HI's nostalgic-rock brings you back to a time that may have never existed. It may be the past. It may be the future. But, it is certainly a place where you feel younger, better looking, and you dance until you are soaked in sweat. A place where you know the best bands before your older brother and all the cool kids at school. The quartet's guitar-driven songwriting and distinct harmonies produce a sound that is both raw and relaxed, rough and humble. Formed to score a friend's film in the summer of 2013, the foursome–made up of Alex Otake, James Weir, Jason Balla and Mikey Wells–recognized the electricity between its four members and chose to continue making music. Since then, the foursome has toured the Midwest and East Coast, building a reputation as a promising young American band.
The Ron Gallo III
The Ron Gallo III
Ron Gallo is a rock n' roll band lead by a tall, big-haired weirdo of the same name. He once fronted band Toy Soldiers but is now making a second solo record embracing his love for fuzz, psych, garage rock and early punk, a reinvention from his debut "weirdo country" sundaymorning vibed, "RONNY". He sings his ass off and thinks its important to laugh at yourself.

This will be Ron's last show as a Philadelphia resident before he uproots to the musical village of Nashville, TN.
Busses
Busses
"Direction. Motion. Progress. These words aren’t typically used to describe a rock band, but it’s the best way to break down Wizard of the Eye, the new album from Busses. The Philadelphia trio’s latest expands on the genre-slashing ambitions of its debut, charting new destinations on the post- rock spectrum. Dave Brett, Jason Bachman and Nick Apice continue to hone their collective gift for writing complex yet concise arrangements. Paint-pealing guitars and cavernous drums remain trademarks, but a heightened attention to dynamics defines these songs, and a reflective haze softens the edges."
- Areif Sless-Kitain
Venue Information:
The Boot & Saddle
1131 S. Broad Street
Philadelphia, PA, 19147
http://www.bootandsaddlephilly.com