The Rusty Cleavers, Motel Drive, The Sunday Saints At Lucky Liquor

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TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 20
AT LUCKY LIQUOR
10325 E MARGINAL WAY S

THE RUSTY CLEAVERS
- "Often described as the Old Crow Medicine show meets the Ramones, The Rusty Cleavers' live shows have always been fist-pumping barnburners. Audiences can't help but cut loose as they pummel their string instruments with rhythmic abandon, layering husky harmonies overtop that swell to bursting."
Weekly Volcano, Tacoma, WA
-- www.therustycleavers.com
-- www.facebook.com/therustycleavers

MOTEL DRIVE
- Motel Drive is a band out of Fresno, CA under the influence of punk and country roots with a shot of rock 'n' roll thrown in for a sweet and potent distillation of 200-proof American music. A '64 Bel Air barrels down old Highway 99. In the darkness to the west lie row after row of cotton, to the east grapevines and other cash crops of California's central valley. A break in the fog up ahead allows the warmth and buzz of neon lights to break the wet silence of that long dark drive. But before any head hits that motel pillow, the brain begins to shake, the bones begin to rattle, and the heart begins to roll as the seasoned blend of veteran musicianship which is Motel Drive, the slinky, rootsy, and greasy country, rock and roll, and rockabilly music carries you to that lone bar on the edge of town, that bar mama told you to stay away from, where Gretsch guitars wail, an upright bass slaps you around, and voodoo drums pound the night away. It's Motel Drive, baby, where Cash and Stray Cats pound 'em down with Gram, Buck, and Dwight. It's blood, love, and beer, the smell and taste of the Motel Drive stew. One hell of a night and your new favorite band. Motel Drive.
-- www.moteldrive.com
-- www.facebook.com/moteldrive

THE SUNDAY SAINTS
- Honky Tonk. The Seattle based Sunday Saints recount the history of a genre born decades ago in dance halls and delivered to tapping feet worldwide via scratchy transistor radios. Their energetic sets are built by following the thread of their musical heroes but stretching it too. The resulting sound is both faithful to its origins and at the same time refreshingly new.
-- www.facebook.com/thesundaysaints

9pm // $5adv $8dos // 21+
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