Big Iron, Red Kate, Joy Subtraction, Bruiser Queen, Witch Jail, Drop a Grand

Big Iron

Red Kate

Joy Subtraction

Bruiser Queen

Witch Jail

Drop a Grand

Fri, August 11, 2017

Doors: 6:00 pm / Show: 7:00 pm

$5.00 - $10.00

This event is 18 and over

Big Iron
Big Iron
Members: Ricky Reyes - Guitar - Jon Paul- Drums - Jeff Pendergraft - Vocals - PK - Guitar - Mike Farren - Bass

Bio: Mean old bastards with a long history of living so fast that death will have to wait for us to slow down.
Red Kate
Red Kate
Formed in 2006 from the remnants of exploding rock and roll stars Truck Stop Love, Wayback Machine and Pizzasaurus Rex, Red Kate melds punk rock and Americana into a sound that echoes the jubilation of long gone electric blues rockers and hillbilly string musicians. RED KATE contains of former members of Truck Stop Love (KS), River City Revelators (KC), Snubnose (Sacramento), Squad Car (StL), Gourmet Mushroom X (KS), Wayback Machine (KS), Pizzasaurus Rex (StL), 2-Mile Death Plunge (KS), DPHC (StL)
Description
spilled gospel and splattered soul
Joy Subtraction
Joy Subtraction
Rock / Rock / Rock from Denver, Colorado

Dave Lamothe – lucky to be in the band
Brian Polk – moderately necessary
Abe Brennan – completely unnecessary
Bruiser Queen
Bruiser Queen
Rock & roll from St. Louis, Missouri.
Witch Jail
Witch Jail
For fans of: Space transmissions, psychedelic hypnosis, surf punks, rockabilly madmen, garage sleaze, exotica, trash digging, pill popping, low budget movies, and high fashion crime.

JACK SUEDE: bass
EDDIE MORPHINE: guitar
A. GHOST: drums
GUY SLIMEY: vox, noisemakers
Drop a Grand
Drop a Grand
The Great White North has many fine exports -- Bombardier, Amabilis Fir, Jean Coutu… and their oh so precious and sparsely tapped Oil. But perhaps the fairest is the Vancouver-spawned DAG. On tap 24/7 in its many varietals since the early '00s, Gern Blanzden, Unikron, White n Shitty II and the neglatory Two Dollar Bill facemelt blues standards, krusticize shmuck punk glippets, and pack an arsenal of nugatory covers on call for blank discharge at will.

"Call it what you want - a novelty act, a parody or tongue-in-cheek performance art gone awry - DAG stirs up a loud, joyous ruckus every time it takes the stage… the members unleash a bracing blend of punk, glam and rock n roll with a fury, keeping a sturdy groove amid the turmoil." -Tim Finn, KC Star

"A delightful nightmare onstage. Although their getups were entertaining, they hardly needed them. Their performance and music were thrilling, full of vocal and guitar effects, and stimulated the crowd into a frenzy." - I Heart Local Music
Venue Information:
recordBar
1520 Grand Blvd
Kansas City, MO, 64108
http://www.therecordbar.com