WHO’S PLAYING? J. Roddy Walston and The Business (Baltimore, MD) Scruffy & The Janitors (St. Joseph, MO) Gringo Star (Atlanta, GA)
WHAT TO EXPECT? Scruffy & The Janitors to turn some heads…
Scruffy & The Janitors are hungry for this. Look for them to trot out some of their great new material like “Shake It Off” and “Harry Truman” as well as a few songs from their out-of-print debut album “Pino” like “Post Meridian.” The opportunity to play in front of larger crowds doesn’t come around too often so this band who are all under drinking age will grasp the opportunity to impress in front of a Kansas City crowd.
Gringo Star already has an impressive resume, they are a few albums into their career and well seasoned. They have a new record dropping next month and should be eager to promote it and improve their fanbase that is already over 20,000 strong on facebook.
J. Roddy Walston and The Business is blowing up. The troubadours have been at this for over five years and are no strangers to different cities’ stages. They are at the peak of their popularity right now and should tow in a good crowd given their recent radio play from their new album “Essential Tremors.”
WHERE IS IT? The Czar Bar, 1531 Grand Blvd. Kansas City, MO 64501
WHEN IS IT? Saturday, September 28th, 2013; 9:00pm, 18+ $12
WHY SHOULD I GO?
- J. Roddy Walston and The Business just released a new album Essential Tremors out that you can pick up at the show
- J. Roddy Walston and The Business’ new single “Heavy Bells” is currently getting heavy airplay on 96.5 The Buzz
- Gringo Star is just about to release their new album “Floating Out To See” on October 22nd
- Scruffy & The Janitors are breaking out tons of new songs right now… new songs at almost every show it seems
- Scruffy & The Janitors will likely play their next single “Shake It Off” you should go hear it so you can say you heard it before The Buzz started playing it
- It’s 18+ so you can get in with one of those cool black Xs on your hand if you aren’t 21 yet
- This is three bands on the rise, two veteran bands and one so hungry they may have to be pulled off stage, it won’t be a show you’ll want to miss