We’re proud to announce that Marah will play at our place on Saturday, April 21 (doors 7PM, show 8PM). Founding brothers/front men, Dave and Serge Bielanko are taking a road trip out from Philadelphia to play a stripped-down duo show for us. If you’re not familiar with the band, here’s a little blurb by Lynne Margolis from Paste Magazine:
“With Angels of Destruction!, Philly natives Dave and Serge Bielanko, and their band have cranked out another relentlessly energetic dose of fast-and-loose brilliance. Angels reaffirms that these scrappy underdogs (and fans from Stephen King and Steve Earle to Bruce Springsteen and Nick Hornby) are not misguided in their unwavering belief that it’s still possible to save rock ‘n’ roll. As long as Marah lives, the epic rock album will not fade away.”
Here are links to a few songs by the full band you can check out (we couldn’t find any videos of the duo version):
Suggested donation for this show is $22 adv/$25 DOS per person. As always, all this donated money goes to the band. To make a reservation, EMAIL REPLY ASAP (include number in your party). These house concerts sometimes max out quickly, so please reply quickly if you’d like to attend.
Once you’ve replied, we’ll send you an email that will confirm your reservation and provide details about how to pay and the usual info about directions/parking and food/drink.
This will be fun.
Rick & Nancy Wood
Wood House Concerts
PS- Previous house concert performers Sarah Borges & The Broken Singles will play at Doghouse Concerts on Sunday, March 25. For more info, contact Pam at: firstname.lastname@example.org or send Pam Hogan Browning a Facebook message.
Acoustic Evenings at Epiphany (2911 McNair Ave. in Benton Park neighborhood in St. Louis) will present Mayor Taylor: Lydia Ruffin (guitar/ukulele), Charlie Pfeffer (mandolin) and Mike Tiefenbrun (bass) — and Pete Ruthenburg (keyboard) on Saturday, April 14. (doors 4:30/show 5PM) For more info click here: 2018 Acoustic Evenings