The Dirty River Boys and American Aquarium Coming to the Lucky Mule March 29th
If you're a fan of live music and haven't had the opportunity to experience a performance from The Dirty River Boys in person, now is your chance. When you see this band in concert, you're guaranteed to see a unique, energetic live show that will likely turn you into an instant fan. Along with American Aquarium, The Dirty River Boys will be on stage on Friday, March 29th at the Lucky Mule Saloon.
Cost: 21 and over $10.00 in advance, 18+ welcome with ID for an additional $3
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Date and Time
Friday, March 29th. Doors open at 7:00pm
In the business of music, many are called and many may try, but few cross the threshold of being able to say they are truly committed for the long haul. With the release of their latest studio album, 'Burn.Flicker.Die.', American Aquarium is proving that they have graduated to that class of professional musicians that have made an undeniable commitment to their music and their fans.
Here's American Aquarium with a live performance of their song 'Casualties':
The Dirty River Boys
You can tell a lot about a group of musicians by the name they give themselves. The Dirty River Boys make music with the type of sound and texture that is soaked in the realities of the hard-scrabble city they call home in the far west Texas desert. Members Nino Cooper, Travis Stearns, Marco Gutierrez and newest member Colton James on stand-up bass/banjo have become quickly renowned for their rousing live shows which feature the boys winning four-part harmonies and stout acoustic instrumentation.
Fans clamored for the release of the band’s first two EPs, Long Cold Fall and Train Station, and buzz for their first full-length LP which is deafening. The live intensity of the Dirty River Boys is difficult to duplicate in a studio environment, but these Boys make that transition seamless.
It takes determination and talent to make waves when you come from the dust and dirt of El Paso, but the Dirty River Boys are continually proving they are up to the challenge. By utilizing traditional folk instruments with rock and bluegrass arrangements, they are blazing a trail paved by their own, unique style of music.
The Dirty River Boys style blows away any preconceived notions of what acoustic music can be. Harmonicas and fiddles cut melodies that blend with furious licks spilling from guitars and mandolins alongside explosive percussive rhythms all combined to create a whirling dervish of musicality.
Here are the Dirty River Boys talking about, and performing their song 'Raise Some Hell Tonight' on the TV show Texas Music Scene: