Thursday, January 26th, 2023

Father Jumanji, Lombardy, Poplar Creek, The Timothy Morris Band

A Showcase of 4 Brooklyn Bowl Nashville’s Staff Bands

$10 ADV / DOS
Doors: 5:00 PM / Show: 7:00 PM 18+ Years
Father Jumanji, Lombardy, Poplar Creek, The Timothy Morris Band

Event Info

Venue Information:
Brooklyn Bowl Nashville
925 3rd Avenue North
Nashville, Tennessee 37201

This event is 18+, unless accompanied by a parent or legal guardian. Valid government-issued photo ID is required for entry. No refunds will be issued for failure to produce proper identification.

This ticket is valid for standing room only, general admission. ADA accommodations are available day of show.

All support acts are subject to change without notice.

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Artist Info

Father Jumanji

In 1819, a priest known as Father J was wandering the banks of the Harpeth River when he stumbled upon a group of wayward travelers. They were on a quest to find the Golden Bangercrank, a long lost treasure of explorer Ponce De Umanji. According to legend, The Bangercrank was buried deep at the bottom of the river, and produced chart topping hits, infinite cold beer, and great fortune to those that possess it. Father J warned the travelers of the treasure they sought! The Bangercrank had been cast with a wicked curse many years before by Ponce De Umanji himself. With disregard of the priest's warning, the travelers continued their search until they found the treasure they sought.
For 200 years they were trapped inside the Bangercrank, frozen in time, nestled at the bottom of a deep dark catfish hole. Until one day, a baptism in the river broke the curse of The Bangercrank. The river's water suddenly turned into ice cold Coors Light, and the travelers were freed from their aquatic prison cells to enjoy the rest of their days topping charts and enjoying ice cold beers.


Lombardy is a Nashville based rock n roll band formed in early 2021. The group consists of Mike Scott (vocals / lead guitar), Jonathan Plevyak (vocals / rhythm guitar) and Ryan Rasmussen (drums).

The band's sound is drawn from all different eras of rock n roll with touches of alternative, classic rock, blues and even a little psychedelic. Lombardy has captured the energy of today's best live bands with the chops of seasoned vets. The band has recorded their records in a live room, in one take, leading to an organic feel across their studio material. This has created a sound that feels familiar and eclectic, modern,refreshing and unique in its own way.

Lombardy’s debut album release has shined the spotlight on their impact in the band’s hometown of Nashville. Lightning 100.1 featured the band as their Local Artist Of The Week in advance of the album, 102.9 The Buzz debuted the record with a full album feature and interview with Andy Herrin, and Tomato Art Fest positioned Lombardy as the Festival’s local headline act.

Lombardy's live show has drawn great reviews and they continue to build a faithful audience. Lombardy is eager to continue to grow their live brand and will be touring the country throughout 2022 and 2023 while steadily releasing new material to showcase their evolving sonic brand.

Poplar Creek

Poplar Creek was originally formed in Bellevue, TN in 2019 by Rose Berry and Cameron Byers. 
Self titled was released February 28th, 2020. 
“Lost Girl” EP was released August 2nd, 2022.
New single, “Compulsive”, was released on January 1st, 2023. 
For fans of; Title Fight, Pool Kids, Cliffdiver, and any high energy emotional music. 
Everything we record is done DIY in the heart of Nashville, TN. 

Poplar Creek is Rose Berry (Bass/Vocals), // Jacob Gonzales (Guitars) and Kai Clark (Drums). 

The Timothy Morris Band

The Timothy Morris Band are a father-son duo based in Maui and Nashville, TN, respectively.  Hailing originally from the corn fields of northern Illinois, Timothy cut his teeth playing covers on the local circuit with his dad, Steve, on drums.  After relocating to Maui, The Timothy Morris Band saw its origins in March 2020, as the duo finally released their debut album, “Good Quarantevening,” recorded in one week.  Dubbing their sound “all things rock & roll,” they recruited a band and started playing local gigs.  While working on a follow-up, 2022’s “For the Sake of Nothing,” they gained a reputation for fiery, energetic live performances.  In addition, Timothy has released three solo albums, the most recent of which is 2022’s “Sami.”

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