St. Patrick’s Day at PJ’s Lager House with the Lewis Sisters / the Native Howl / the Gasoline Gypsies
Thu, Mar 17, 2016 @ 9:00 am toView event on Facebook
St. Patrick’s Day at PJ’s Lager House: No Cover! Music at 11am!
The Lewis Sisters: Long-time favorite Hannah Lewis (formerly of the old-timey group Petal Shop) brings her fiddle music back to PJ’s Lager House, this time joined by her sister.
The Native Howl is a four-piece band. Their music is “Thrash Grass,” a blend of rock, bluegrass and experimental genres that give it a uniquely rustic vibe. Lead vocalists and guitarists Alex Holycross and Jake Sawicki had been friends and musicians in the same area for several years before venturing into what would result in the current lineup of The Native Howl. In the fall of 2013, primarily as a duo, they released a 6 song EP, “The Revolution’s Dead.” With the addition of Josh LeMieux on drums, and Mark Chandler on bass, the Howl’s music has evolved into their own unique blend of rock, folk, bluegrass, alternative, and experimental genres. Throw in some keyboards, harmonica, banjo, some djembe, and you get a glimpse of the musical complexity that defines their sound. Their lyrics embody a folk-like storytelling style; the music shines through with a rustic and clean sound.
The Gasoline Gypsies were formed in early 2013. With the release of their first, full length album in 2014 and heavy touring, they’ve quickly gained a following locally and around the state.
Their music is predominantly rock, but their collective tastes for many different musical genres is a notable influence. With three part vocal harmonies and driving guitar and bass riffs, the band brings a unique presence and energy to live performances.