The Train Wrecks, Six Time Losers, Prison Wine

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The Train Wrecks, Six Time Losers, Prison Wine
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The Train Wrecks, Six Time Losers, Prison Wine says
The Train Wrecks, with Six Time Losers, and Prison Wine
Saturday, June 27th
37 W Pine Street. Orlando.
7PM Doors. 8PM Show.
$10 Advance / $12 Day of Show

-The Train Wrecks-
A musical force from the moss-draped Old South, The Train Wrecks are a hard-working band of songwriters and performers who love nothing more than good songs and a good show. They deliver a dynamic, original blend of Americana- ranging from outlaw alt-country and bluegrass to rootsy rock and beyond, all with a distinctive Southern swagger.
Born in the vibrant bar and club scene in Savannah, GA, The Train Wrecks released their debut album, “Whiskey and War,” in 2007. Rave reviews and a growing reputation as a must see live act helped the band to branch out to surrounding markets in the Southeast. They’ve since been steadily building a fanbase in clubs across the region, while also finding some bigger stages along the way. They’ve opened for legends like Jerry Jeff Walker and BB King, alongside an expanding roster of regular club and festival dates.
On the strength of their latest recordings and growing regional presence, The Train Wrecks are poised and ready to significantly raise their profile as songwriters and performers by continuing to write and record great songs and win fans through relentless gigging.

-Six Time Losers-
Six Time Losers are a country band based out of Orlando, Florida. The music they play may be a bit different from what you hear on most country radio stations these days. Call it alt-country, americana, or anything else you'd like. It's still undeniably, country. The core of the band has been playing together for over 10 years, but have been playing around Florida as Six Time Losers since 2009. Over the last three years, they've been stepping up the number of shows and fans, playing all over the Southeast with acts like: Gary Allan, David Allan Coe, Langhorne Slim, Bill Kirchen, American Aquarium, Rev Peyton's Big Damn Band, and many more. They've recently been on the road in support of their second full-length album, "The Way It Goes". It was released on May 14th, 2013. The new album is great. But, do yourself a favor, and catch them live on stage. That's where they're most at home.

-Prison Wine-
The story of Prison Wine begins where many tales of pain, struggle and adversity do…in a hot and sexy Florida garage. Ricky Melendy (Token Gamblers, Oak Hill Drifters, Black Hammock), Geoffrey Cravero (Black Hammock, Bud Berning Band), Hurley Partin Whitaker (Mobella, Diocious, Savi Fernandez Band, Lauren Carder & the Multiple Me) and Andy Hughes (Fat Timmy, Fat Idiot Project) joined forces in January 2013 to produce a unique, yet familiar sound that combines folk, rock, country, blues and alternative through well-crafted, remarkable tunes. All four members contribute original songs, vocals and instrumental performances, demonstrating shades of the Band and Drive-By Truckers.
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By: Six Time Losers