Prophets Of Addiction (Unplugged)

Acoustic Duo Show

Prophets Of Addiction (Unplugged)

Darn It All, New Year's Revolution (Acoustic)

Wed, August 15, 2018

Doors: 8:00 pm / Show: 9:00 pm

$8.00

Tickets at the Door

This event is 21 and over

Prophets Of Addiction (Unplugged)
Prophets Of Addiction (Unplugged)
Featuring Lesli Sanders lead vocals and bass of Prophets Of Addiction formerly of legendary acts such as Queeny Blast Pop, Talks Cheap, Distractions, City Girls' Boys, and touring bassist of Marky Ramone (Ramones), Phil Lewis (LA Guns) band. Also featuring and accompanied by G.G. ( Glenn Gilbert ) lead guitar of Prophets Of Addiction and Richie Ramone.

After extensive touring the last 4 years playing well over 400 tour dates and festivals the guys will be performing acoustic dates. The Prophets will be spending much of 2018 back into the studio working on two (2) new recordings the third Prophets Of Addiction recording tentatively titled "Take Me to Your Leader" as well as a "unplugged" as of yet unnamed recording.

The duo will be performing songs from the April 2016 release “Reunite the Sinners” on Target Group / Mighty Music.That release featured guitar from the legendary Poison guitarist C.C. DeVille. Of course songs from the critically acclaimed debut CD “Babylon Boulevard" and the "Haunting Truth of My Self Portrait" and "My Eyes are Greener on the Other Side" Lesli Sanders solo release will be included as well.
Darn It All
Darn It All
Darn It All is a male/female duo of internationally roving musicians who deliver tragically fun and witty pop songs in a heavy and slightly avant-garde fashion to a cross-generational audience.
New Year's Revolution (Acoustic)
New Year's Revolution (Acoustic)
NYR is an alternative/ pop punk/ southern rock band from Higganum, CT.

"From song to song, you might find yourself totally taken aback while they brandish both old-school bluesy leads and catchy choruses about hating your town and all your friends. It's not a combination I'm particularly used to, but perhaps that's a good thing. New Year's Revolution does an amazing job of bringing together two styles that are stereotypically inaccessible to one another in a genuinely fun and creative way." - Review from Paper + Plastick Records