Goddamn Gallows, Husky Burnette, And The Urban Pioneers Invade The Beast!

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The darkest, most dreadful, and loathesome show of 2016 comes to The Basement East on Saturday, March 12.

The Goddamn Gallows came from the heart of America's Rust Belt, arising from a night of flophouse violence. Drifting across the states, they cemented their sound in Portland, OR and later in Los Angeles, CA, where they lived in abandoned buildings, squatter camps, storage units and shoebox apartments. In 2007, they left everything behind and spent the next 4 years living out of whatever vehicle would get them to the next town. Building upon their original sound of twanged-out, punk rock gutterbilly (Life of Sin 2004 and Gutterbillyblues 2007), they began picking up stray musicians along the way and adding to their sound; washboard, accordion, mandolin and banjo (Ghost of th Rails 2009 and 7 Devils 2011) creating a sound referred to as "hobocore", "gypsy-punk" or "americana-punk", while never being stuck in any one sound.

The Goddamn Gallows continue to rapidly grow a devoted following with their volatile and spectacular live shows; a contagious, spontaneous eruption of unpredictability.

The gritty, low down rotten music of Husky Burnette might be the salvation you need. If the blues is a religion then this man preaches it fire and brimstone. Comin' hard and heavy out of Chattanooga, TN, Burnette lays it down rough, and his music reflects the life this man lives, salvation be damned.

Sheltering himself with grinding and sliding rifts on his Epiphone-339, Burnette's music is a testimonial to the backsliding that follows a life of bad decisions, hard times, and late night sinning. But don't take my word for it, redeem your soul and make the sacrifice to attend one of his shows. If not, Heaven will still be high, and Hell will still be hot. You have been warned, this is your lesson. Learn from it.

Mix one part Texas fiddle and one part Tennessee banjo, add doghouse bass and a splash of guitar and you have one heck of a powerful punch called The Urban Pioneers. This string band hammers out a variety of original songs that encompass old time hillbilly music, western swing, rockabilly, and even a few gypsy type songs for good measure. They spend about 75% of the year on tour all over the world delivering their brand of high energy hillbilly folk music.

Saturday, March 12th
The Basement East
917 Woodland Street
Nashville, TN

Presented by Halloffame Entertainment in association with The Basement East and Starr Hill Brewery.

21 & up.
The lowdown, rotten, and BEASTLY price of $13 at the door.

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