The Lonely Biscuits, Sol Cat, Satellite D'homme

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This show is All Ages

- The Lonely Biscuits
- Sol Cat, Satellite D’Homme

The Lonely Biscuits formed in the Fall of 2011 in a dorm room at Belmont University. Founding members Grady Wenrich (Vocals/Guitar) and Sam Gidley (Drums) were random roommates when they started making music together the first week of school. John Paterini (Vocals/Guitar) came into the picture in September after hearing some of the tunes from across the hall. Two months later, Nick Byrd (Bass) joined the group, rounding out the band's sound and solidifying their unique style.

The band began gaining traction over the past few years while releasing four EPs, two of which reached the top of the Billboards Heatseaker's Charts, and playing different college shows across the country to their loyal and growing fan base. During their sophomore year in school, the band was nominated for and won the 2013 MTV Woodie Award for College Band of the Year and were then invited to play the Woodies at SXSW along with artists including Macklemore, Alt –J, Tegan and Sara, Jake Bugg, and more.

Over the years, the band has become known for it's high energy live show, which they have been evolving and focusing on since day one. In 2014, the band played their first headlining tour where they found large and often sold out crowds in every city. They also were able to score great slots at Hangout Music and Arts Festival, Bonnaroo, and Austin City Limits and brought crowds of thousands to their small side stages.

As far as new material, The Lonely Biscuits have been spending a lot more time writing and focusing on making sure everything they release is the best they can create. Pulling new inspirations from the Nashville rock scene and other upcoming bands, the band has been evolving their style and with this new music, they finally feel that they are exactly where they want to be. "We always wanted our recorded music to capture the raw energy and feeling that is in our live show, and we feel that we have accomplished that with our new songs."

The band is currently writing their debut album and are between a few different labels as they plan to graduate this year and take their music to the next level. They plan to do a North American headlining tour this summer along with other festival dates and are preparing for what is going to come next.
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