The Bottom Dollars
The Cut, Dave Sonner, Quadrosonic, WolfHAWK
Wed, April 3, 2013
Doors: 7:00 pm / Show: 7:20 pmHerman's Hideaway
$4.00 - $8.00
This event is 21 and overhttp://www.hermanshideaway.com/event/235873/
Hailing from Brooklyn, NY, this proudly-loud five piece are quickly becoming a point of discussion for bloggers and tapers, as well as eager & sweaty concert-goers all across the country.
Hot off the release of their debut 'The Halcyon Days,' The Bottom Dollars stormed through the american independent rock scene showcasing at SXSW, CMJ Music Marathon(s), placed first as The Deli Magazine's Best Emerging Artist of 2011 (Editor's Poll) and recently recorded a session with indie giants: Daytrotter, currently resting at #57 in their top sessions.
"Professional Sonic Assassins." - CMJ.com
"The Bottom Dollars' music goes something like this...It's having a flask tucked, at all times, in the inside pocket of any coat that would ever be worn. It's keeping that flask healthily full with something that coats." - Sean Moeller, Daytrotter
"It doesn't get much better." - Lindsay Gilbert, No Pulp Music
“Pick any Bottom Dollars' tune and see if the first guitar riff doesn't make you want a bottle of whiskey and a barstool (the "let's make some trouble" kind, not the "let's drown our sorrows" kind).” - ScoutMob
"With heavy blues vocals and an old-west-appeal, The Bottom Dollars continue to feed on their growing buzz with energetic live shows and a constant presence in the New York music scene." - Devon Antonetti, The Deli Magazine
The American Campus Project is a modern blend of southern rock, country and gospel. We were really going for the typical formula of modern pop song writing, lots of catchy hooks and easy singing lyrics. Jacob Seal is featured on almost every track with smooth guitar licks, rich tones and guitar solos that will make your hair stand on end. There is a collage of drummers on this album featuring, Allen Lemke from Richie Furay’s band, former Nashville studio session drummer Colby Pitts, Former DDC drummer Tyler Wielgosz, and Dave Sonner, The bass tracks feature up and coming bassist Reese Martin from Cheney Washington, local front man Jared Phifer from All at Risk, and Dave Sonner. These songs are tracks you will want to listen to over and over again.
Dave has been involved with missions in Rustenburg South Africa for the past year and a half, his mission behind this record is to be able to generate funding to help aid missionary Lincoln Smith in Rustenburg. Dave strongly supports what Lincoln is doing there and visits every year for two weeks to check out what is going on and try to be involved. The record will be released with a track called “Lerato” featuring Jenny Messer on harmonica, this track was written by the whole team who visited South Africa the first time Dave went and proceeds from the sale of this track will go directly to Lincoln to help him start a local business in Rustenburg.
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