Soupy La Rue & Special Guests At The Bearded Lady

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BT Management says
Soupy LaRue headlining a killer show @ The Bearded Lady!

Suppports:
- The Counterfeit Umbrellas
- The Oyster Murders
- Faux Bandit
- Tim Edwards Music

$10 entry
18 + [Bring I.D]
6:30pm doors

7pm - Faux Bandit
7:45pm - The Counterfeit Umbrellas
8:30pm - Tim Edwards Music
9:15pm - The Oyster Murders
10pm - Soupy LaRue
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Faux Bandit
Faux Bandit is a 2-piece Rock band from Brisbane. After making music together for years, guitarist/vocalist Adam Brill and drummer Josh J have moulded their sound into a raw rock sound with mature songwriting. Relying heavily on big riffs and solid drumming, the duo are looking to create a unique performance style filled with energy

The Counterfeit Umbrellas
A folk-indie fanfare of toe-tapping melodies, soaring harmonies and happy high hopes; that’s the energetic, joy-evoking sound that The Counterfeit Umbrellas bring to the stages they grace.

Tim Edwards Music
Previously a solo acoustic artist, Tim Edwards now lends his strong, unique voice to a band that combines his acoustic roots with catchy, pop-punk hooks.

The Oyster Murders
The Oyster Murders' name often raises curious looks from those hearing it for the first time, until they realize it derives from Lewis Carroll’s classic novella Through the Looking Glass. The band enjoys this esoteric approach to writing, often weaving in subtle pop culture references into their lyrics. The backdrop for this lyrical collage is a sound punctuated by large pop moments, reverbed guitars, innovative synths and, at times, densely layered instrumentation. After a busy 2012 with live performances in New York and the release of their debut album, The Oyster Murders have just finished recording a new EP, Mourning Birds.

Soupy LaRue
He is a thousand years old and lives outside of time. He wanders the Earth - and other vaguely entertaining planets - centuries into the past and future, gaining experiences and wisdom. Soupy LaRue invented a genre of music which he called Punktry. His students then formed a band in his namesake and play his songs, spreading the name Soupy LaRue far and wide.
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By: BT Management