Jeremy Nash

Jeremy Nash

Plastic Cannons, The Tickled Pinks, Chad Hollister Band

Tue, September 25, 2012

Doors: 6:00 pm / Show: 8:00 pm

FREE

Free

This event is 21 and over

8:00 - The Ticlked Pink
9:00 - Jeremy Nash
10:00 - Plastic Cannons
11:00 - Chad Hollister Band

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Jeremy Nash
Jeremy Nash
Plastic Cannons
Plastic Cannons
Plastic Cannons is Alan Markley, Brian Kesley, Stu Bidwell, and Jamie Bendell; an indie pop band from Brooklyn.
The Tickled Pinks
The Tickled Pinks
The Tickled Pinks are a swing vocal trio and band that started as a tribute act dedicated to playing Andrews Sisters arrangements true to their original sound. What started out as three bartending canaries on late night romps evolved into a sophisticated evocation of a time almost forgotten. While the ensemble maintains an authentic quality in it's musicality, the young members bring a fresh energy and witty playfulness to the repertoire. The group also performs original arrangements of popular tunes translated to swing.
Chad Hollister Band
Chad Hollister Band
Chad Hollister has opened for Bob Dylan, Paul Simon and Tom Petty and has just released his fourth CD. This self-titled disc was produced by Anthony J. Resta (Elton John, Collective Soul, Shawn Mullins).

Chad Hollister’s musical style shines original with his percussive background. His personal lyrics are appreciative of a life on Mother Earth and his music is“pure sonic alchemy” (Anthony J. Resta).

He has shared the stage with Warren Haynes (Allman Brothers, Gov’t Mule), every PHISH member, Merl Saunders and Dave Mattacks (Jethro Tull, Paul McCartney, Fairport Convention).

His latest single "Grow"hit #24 on the New Music Weekly Magazine’s top 100 charts. "Grow" also took the #1 slot for Indie-Music.com's TOP 25 of 2010.

In 2003, Hollister won first place in the Billboard songwriting contest for “Jesus, Bon Jovi and Tarzan” off his Life CD, produced by John Alagia (John Mayer, Dave Matthews).

Chad Hollister’s music leaves you with an appreciation for what matters in “Life”.