Gang of Thieves / Funkwagon

Tue, Feb 7, 2017 @ 8:00 pm to 2:00am

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Tuesday, February 7 / 8pm doors, 9pm music / $Free
Gang of Thieves (Funky rock’n’roll)
Funkwagon (Funk/R&B/Soul)

***That same night, PJ’s Lager House is hosting THE BEST watching party premiere for the critically acclaimed comedy, Detroiters, debuting on Comedy Central this Tuesday, Feb. 7: There’s no cover, the show starts at 10pm, and the first 120 people through the door (starting at 9pm) receive a FREE Lager House gift voucher! BUT MORE: Pub Quiz is free and starts at 8pm AND Funkwagon With Gang Of Thieves play it out funky around 10 with no cover!

Burlington, Vermont based Gang of Thieves have been touring non stop up and down the east coast, playing an exciting new breed of funky rock and roll for audiences of all ages.

High energy and a good time is the hallmark of these Green Mountain rockers. “Funk-injected rock….a band whose sound brings to mind artists like Rage Against the Machine and Led Zeppelin.” (Donna Walker, Greenville online) The key to the Gangs universal appeal is the infectious sense of fun and showmanship, delivered with a hint of spiritual and political awareness that inspires and encourages positivity.

The band just recently finished recording a brand new album in Wall, NJ with Steve Jankowski (Blood Sweat and Tears, Chicago), and will be performing the new material exclusively at live shows and festivals over the summer in preparation for its release this fall. Find out when and where the Gang will be near you to be a part of the excitement!

“Infectious grooves…These hard working, Burlington-based musicians entranced the audience with their high-energy onslaught of funk/rock tunes…an amazing show” – Cider Mag

“Rush meets Blood Sweat & Tears…..Gang of Thieves put on quite a show” – AXS

Funkwagon is a gospel infused funk band based in Burlington, VT. The band was formed in 2005 by Aaron Burroughs and has since played all over the north east, capturing crowds and having the honor of sharing the stage with some of music’s greats.

“I like to think of it as church with a smoker’s section…and a bar,” says Burroughs. Funkwagon is not a typical funk band, as the name might suggest. “Well for one thing its very vocal oriented, said Burroughs. “We pay attention to our lyrics.” “It’s popular, it’s pop music in a way that it’s hook oriented and bass driven but we have five and sometimes six part harmonies stacked on top of it all so it really does feel kind of like a choir.” “Everything I do kind of has that church choir feel to it. But its kind of raw, but not in a way that’s imposing and won’t be on the radio, you know what I mean?”

Through multiple line up changes the direction of the band has stayed true in the nine years Funkwagon has been rolling along and that won’t be stopping anytime soon!