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Sep 11

@JamnJavaDoorGal’s LOCAL SCENE: Crooked Crow + Shokkher + All The Gods

With Crooked Crow, All The Gods and Shokkher at Jammin' Java


Tuesday 11 September 2012 at 7:00pm


Jammin' Java
227 Maple Ave E, Vienna, 22180, United States

Tel: (703) 255-1566


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BUY TICKETS - $10 adv / $13 day of
Advance tickets are also available via phone at 703.255.1566

Recently celebrating its 10-year anniversary, Crooked Crow has come a long way from an acoustic duo playing gigs in Borders bookstores to a mainstay on the NoVA rock scene. Singer/guitarist Bruce Parker and bassist Jamie Rasmussen formed the band in 2001, later bringing in current drummer Kyle Jackson in 2005 and current guitarist Jeremy Miller in 2011. The band has released several studio recordings including the full length CD "Just off Seven" in 2010, and the EP "Long Story Short" in 2012, both of which were recorded at Cue Studios with producer Jim Ebert. The music of Crooked Crow might best be described as "all shades of rock," with comparisons to the Foo Fighters, REM, and Vertical Horizon. The band is known for its energetic and engaging live performances, prompting long time fans to sing along with their favorite hits, and new fans to move and dance to the rhythm.


All The Gods is a melodic guitar-driven power trio known for live performances of olympic proportions. The band calls both North Carolina and Virginia home. Vocalist/bassist Gino Bona (Raleigh, NC), guitarist Eric Kielb (Raleigh, NC), and drummer Joe Milausnic (Reston, VA) are veterans of the metro-DC music scene. In the late 90s and early 00s, they built a loyal regional following in the bands Flux, Soma Mantra, Autologic, and Six Foot Heroes. In 2009, All The Gods began tracking a series of demos focused on balancing the groove, melody, and bombast of their most revered influences. The magic of those sessions resulted in the self-release of 5 singles, each with an accompanying video. The video for their debut single "The Tower" was voted 1st Place Winner in the 2010 D'Addario's "Rock The Roxy" contest.In late 2011, All The Gods emerged from the studio to deliver potent live performances that recall the power trios of yesterday and today (Muse, Nirvana, The Police, Rush, Cream).


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