We will be raffling off a pair of free tickets this Friday afternoon on our Facebook page. To qualify, all you have to do is click “Like” whenever you see this link posted on our Facebook wall. This promotion only applies to fans in the Central Texas area capable of making the show. Now for the bands…
One of of the four bands on the bill is newcomers, Suite 709.Coming out of other known local bands such as The Ars Supernova, Suite 709 made their debut at this year’s SXSW music festival. From what we have heard from Suite 709, it sounds to us like they are a little Ben-Folds-meets-Ben-Harper with pop sensibilities. Be sure to show up early to check them out.
The show’s co-headliner is an Austin rock staple, Mothers Anthem. A dark pop-rock band, Mothers Anthem is known for their dark Victorian era stage garb as they are they are their music. With approachable radio ready rock, Mothers Anthem appeals to wide range of audiences young, old, hardcore, poppy and everything in between. They’ve built there loyal fan base over the years in part from rigorously touring throughout Texas along with every other state where they can book a show. The band’s personal belief is “that every show is a new chance to share their message enables them to give the audience a performance to remember and carry with them long afterwards”.
The night’s headliner is Eyes Burn Electric, formerly Dremnt the End. A multiple award winner, Eyes Burn Electric is performing in support of their latest release, their self-titled EP. While only a handful of songs, the band did not mess around when it came to producers. Dwight Baker (Kelly Clarkson, Podunk) at Matchbox Studios in Austin. “Morning Light” was produced by Matt Novesky from the Texas band Blue October and “Billie Jean” was produced by the band and engineered by Steve Chadie (Willie Nelson, Los Lonely Boys, Sublime, etc) at Pedernales Studios.Those of you in Austin may even recognize the band from their ME LIVE set at Antones on ME Television. Dallas-based group Paco Estrada & One Love open.
Check out this video commercial spotlighting the three Austin bands on the bill Friday at The Parish.
The Parish is located at 214-C East 6th St. Doors open at 8 p.m. This show is all-ages. Advance tickets are not available for this show. Tickets will be $10 at the door on the day of the show.