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  • Attractions

    Cash'd Out Plus Chuck Whiting and The Tip Rail Ramblers
    Tip Top Deluxe Bar & GrillSeptember 11, 2014 8:00 PM
    760 Butterworth
    Grand Rapids, MI 49504
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    Leftover Salmon
    Bell's Back RoomSeptember 11, 2014 8:00 PM
    355 East Kalamazoo Ave
    Kalamazoo, MI 49007
    Formed in Boulder, CO in 1989, Leftover Salmon has remained one of the preeminent staples of the jam band scene for over two decades. The band has gone through some roster changes over the years but is usually comprised of six core members, often with additional musicians onstage during live performances. Like many acts in the jam band genre, Leftover Salmon employs elements of country, rock and bluegrass into its music, but is particularly notable for its regular inclusion of world influences, particularly those of Cajun music and zydeco. The result is a lively and highly-skilled blend of banjo picking, guitars, fiddle, drums, mandolin and keyboards. Leftover Salmon went on hiatus for a couple of years in 2005, but has since remained active on the festival circuit.
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    Taking Back Sunday & The Used
    The Orbit RoomSeptember 12, 2014 6:00 PM
    2525 Lake Eastbrook Boulevard Southeast
    Grand Rapids, MI 49546
    Formed in New York in 1999, Taking Back Sunday is an alternative rock band that experienced a considerable amount of commercial success throughout the 2000s. After independently releasing its full-length debut Tell All Your Friends, in 2002 and its follow up Where You Want To Be, in 2004, Taking Back Sunday began earning increasing amounts of mainstream exposure and eventually signed a recording contract with Warner Bros. Records in 2006. The band's major label debut Louder Now, earned widespread critical acclaim and earned the respect of international audiences as well as its faithful following from its independent days. Despite major changes to its lineup, Taking Back Sunday continues to be a driving force behind contemporary alternative rock with releases such as its 2011 eponymous record.
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    Taking Back Sunday
    The Orbit RoomSeptember 12, 2014 8:00 PM
    2525 Lake Eastbrook Boulevard Southeast
    Grand Rapids, MI 49546
    Formed in New York in 1999, Taking Back Sunday is an alternative rock band that experienced a considerable amount of commercial success throughout the 2000s. After independently releasing its full-length debut Tell All Your Friends, in 2002 and its follow up Where You Want To Be, in 2004, Taking Back Sunday began earning increasing amounts of mainstream exposure and eventually signed a recording contract with Warner Bros. Records in 2006. The band's major label debut Louder Now, earned widespread critical acclaim and earned the respect of international audiences as well as its faithful following from its independent days. Despite major changes to its lineup, Taking Back Sunday continues to be a driving force behind contemporary alternative rock with releases such as its 2011 eponymous record.
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    Guided By Voices
    The Pyramid SchemeSeptember 12, 2014 8:00 PM
    68 Commerce Avenue Southwest
    Grand Rapids, MI 49503
    The Dayton, Ohio based band Guided by Voices helped write the book on lo-fi rock in the 1980s. The group would use extremely cheap tape recording methods and feeble instruments to create a characteristic form of noise that sounded like the material produced by a bunch of uneducated, Neanderthal-like individuals who have no musical background but are given instruments and told to record a few tracks using a partially broken tape recorder. The amount of recordings Guided by Voices has created is impressive, though, and the amateur tunes that the group wrote resonated with quite a quite a lot of people, causing the band to go down in the annals of music history as one of the more innovative groups to have ever recorded music within the lo-fi genre.
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    Skip The Line For Benefest
    The IntersectionSeptember 12, 2014 5:30 PM
    133 Grandville Avenue Southwest
    Grand Rapids, MI 49503
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