ACLU Benefit Bash

ACLU Benefit Bash

Young Heirlooms, Useless Fox, In Details, Stephen J. Anderson, Founding Fathers, Angry Planet, Go Go Buffalo

Fri · June 9, 2017

Doors: 5:30 pm / Show: 6:00 pm

The Southgate House Revival-Sanctuary

$10.00

This event is 18 and over

ACLU Benefit Bash
ACLU Benefit Bash
The American Civil Liberties Union is a nonprofit, nonpartisan, legal and advocacy organization devoted to protecting the rights of everyone in America.
Young Heirlooms
Young Heirlooms
Kelly Fine and Chris Robinson have been captivating audiences in the Mid-West region for the past three years. Their soaring harmonies have silenced and tamed crowds of varying textures. Focused musicianship shines in every element of their songwriting. Young Heirlooms' name articulates their style and take on their fusioned genre. Young alludes to the modern spin on the traditional sound of folk music. Heirlooms are items or ideologies handed down from generation to generation. Young Heirlooms' music has a sound that is handed down from a bygone era, loved for its history, but remains in a new contemporary setting. A mixture of pop-folk and americana songwriting begin to describe the unique style of Young Heirlooms.

"I love it when I happen upon an unplanned supergem. That occurred at The Know Theatre’s smaller stage, where I wandered in on The Young Heirlooms’ music. From Dayton, singer/songwriter Kelly Fine is fantastic. Backed by mandolin, guitar, horns and bass, this six-piece was effortlessly bleeding out catchy, tight songs that were touching and definitely ear-grabbing. It seemed like they were having a hell of a lot of fun, and the vocals were amazing. No fancy clothes or gimmicks here, just pure talent, and I was absolutely taken with them. They gave the vibe of creative, natural artists who gelled completely. Hey, this Folk Pop symphony of sounds just worked. I would definitely buy the CD." - C.A. MACCONNELL, CityBeat
In Details
In Details
In Details finds its identity at the three-way intersections of songwriting obsession, the need for charisma, and a yearning for release. The music combines acoustic warmth and digital shine over a dynamic yet steady rhythm. The lyrics desperately exude longing and heartbreak, yet the songs are wrought with affection.
Stephen J. Anderson
Stephen J. Anderson
Founding Fathers
Founding Fathers
"The Founding Father’s are musicians who list greats like Beck, Ween, and LCD Soundsystem among their biggest influence and it seems like the crowds are down with that. Its hard not hear the influence of the Talking Heads when the band hits hard- but only because they love you. When Hands come out of pockets, heads begin to bob, and the scene kids start to listen then you know the sonic stupor that lays over the city has been broken. The Founding Fathers are on the scene. And what a scene it is. Fledgling but on its way up The Founding Fathers are at the crest of a musical wave about to crash in southern Ohio. From the mean streets of Norwood to Riverside bars embracing rock shows Cincinnati is starting to tune in and show up. Thats great news for The Founding Father’s who thrive on bigger stages with bigger audiences, feeding off the energy of their ever-growing fan base."
-Jason Waters
Angry Planet
Angry Planet
We are the angriest of planets.
Go Go Buffalo
Go Go Buffalo
Falling deeper into the abyss that ensnares us all, Rock n Roll music, Cincinnati, donuts, all things that are real, all things that are krob, baseball, Windex, VHS, walking the vast and eternally dry beaches of Zandar
Venue Information:
The Southgate House Revival-Sanctuary
111 East 6th Street
Newport, KY, 41071
http://www.southgatehouse.com/