Lucero

Lucero

Hollis Brown

Sat, December 29, 2012

Doors: 6:00 pm / Show: 9:00 pm

Tickets Available at the Door

This event is 21 and over

Saturday Night Wrong Side of Town, Set em Up and Knock em Down

2 Day passes available HERE

$25 at the door, cash only

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Lucero
Lucero
Lucero is an alt-country/punk rock band from Memphis, TN. Formed in 1998, the six-piece has built its reputation on writing sing-along songs about small town life and love, putting a modern edge on classic Americana subjects. The members may look like tattooed tough guys, but they write resonant songs that tug the heartstrings of even the most hardened rock fan.

Lead singer Ben Nichols’ signature whiskey-soaked voice is arguably one of the most recognizable in rock and roll today. The band is rounded out by original members Roy Berry (drums), John C. Stubblefield (bass) and Brian Venable (guitar). Recent additions Rick Steff (piano, organ, accordion) and Todd Beene (pedal steel) contribute to the fuller sound of Lucero’s recent records.

Since 2001, Lucero has played between 150 and 200 shows a year in North America. The band has released seven full-length albums and two DVDs. The latest album, 2009’s “1372 Overton Park,” was the first Lucero record to feature a horn section, and the horns also occasionally accompany the band on the road.

Lucero has shared the stage with Social Distortion, North Mississippi Allstars and Drive-By Truckers, among others. Nichols also co-starred in season one of MTV’s “$5 Cover,” a quasi-fictionalized series about the Memphis music scene.

Lucero doesn’t have fans as much as diehards who come to every show and scream the words to every song. And that’s just the way it should be.
Hollis Brown
Hollis Brown
"Their well-crafted songs are rooted in the blues and feature pop hooks that sink in and don't let go" - CMT
"Hollis Brown: Meat and Potatoes Rock 'N Roll aint dead" - Mojo
Debut LP recorded in Nashville with Adam Landry (Deer Tick, Middle Brother) due in early 2012.