Get Outta Town
High energy, dirty and sleazy three chord driven hard rock trio, mixing covers and
originals. Inspired by Brides of Destruction, Motley Crue, Guns N Roses, New York
Dolls, The Ramones, Beautiful Creatures, T Rex, Aerosmith, Izzy Stradlin, Kiss, Alice
Cooper and more.
SHOCK FRENZY is a hard rock band which formed in 2008. The band started as a five piece unit involving, Paul Hospodar,Vocals – Matt Sather, Drums – Andy Brant, Guitar – Matt Jenkin, Guitar & Brian Sather, Bass.
In December 2011, after three years of dedication, Brian decided to leave the band to pursue other adventures. Not looking to replace Brian, Paul also being a bass player stepped into the role and will fill the bass and lead vocal duties.
In August of 2016, Matthew Jenkin and the band parted ways. The lead guitar duties have been taken over by Tad Clark.
To this date Shock Frenzy has released 1 full length recording called FEEL THE FRENZY, a 3 SONG EP titled HOLLYWOOD VAMPIRE and 3 singles, all available through digital distribution.
Paul Hospodar: Vocals/Bass – Matt Sather: Drums – Tad Clark: Lead / Rhythm Guitar – Andrew Brant: Lead / Rhythm Guitar
Formed at the back end of 2017 in Urmston, Manchester. Life long friends and family
brought together by a common passion for great sounds and a desire to play live
Taking musical cues from rock, soul, funk and Motown. Sound wise drawing upon
Know the feeling of adventure and anticipation that flutters in your stomach the moment you hit the road? That’s the feeling that bubbles up from Acarya’s music … earthy percussion, rocking bass, interlocking strings, and deep vocals create a sound imbued with excitement, wonder, and a feeling of freedom. This upbeat tribal rock band invites you to grab your dancing shoes, your backpack, a drink, a few friends, and join in – and don’t forget the marshmallows!
Ashbury Keys is a Texas-based alternative rock band that features its own “Brit-Tex” brand of rock. The band’s sound reflects early Brit-Pop influences (such as the Smiths, Oasis, Candy Skins, and the Wonder Stuff), but as displayed through a distinctly Texas filter. The band recently completed its second year of successful shows in the United Kingdom, playing shows in London, Liverpool and Manchester, which has served to grow the band’s affinity for the UK.
Brandon Green’s style of acoustic and electric guitar ranges from up-beat alternative rock to more soothing contemporary sounds, like that of musician/artist Johnny Rzeznik of The Goo Goo Dolls, Green’s main musical inspiration.
Originally from Oswego, NY, Green began playing drums at the early age of three and electric guitar at age 12. Song-writing came naturally to Green since age 16, but his interest in music production took him to Tempe, AZ in 2004 where he completed his Audio Engineer Certificate at The Conservatory of Recording Arts and Sciences.
Relocating to Western Pennsylvania in 2007, Green displayed his talent as a drummer in local band Covert’s Crossing, and managed sound set-ups on the side for other musicians in the area. In 2010 Green broadened his reach and joined local band Half Dozen Krackerz playing rhythm guitar, all the while fusing creativity and songwriting into prospective solo works. Brandon strayed from HDK in in 2015 to pursue solo works.
His upcoming CD features acoustic versions of original compositions. Green’s original (hit) “Shadow” is widely acclaimed in the local music scene. His performances feature all of his original tracks and other various acoustic covers.
Green continues to pursue his dreams of music and songwriting by staying active in the local music scene. He plays at numerous venues and open-mic events and solo-acts, and stays connected with various musicians and artists nationwide.
Brian Price’s unique style captures both lyrical honesty and rock sensibility. His inspiration comes from the tightly crafted songwriting of John Hiatt and Marshall Crenshaw while his sound invokes the more modern arrangements of Whiskeytown and The Decemberists. Operating beyond the traditional confines of the singer/songwriter style, Price and his changing cast of first-rate musicians serve up songs in which the lyrics lead the way. While taking the listener off the beaten path into lives and stories not often told, the band still manages to deliver finely honed structure and expert instrumentation. Price’s musings on everyday life, filled with sentimental candor and unexpected moments of joy, revelation and wit, touch all the bases for the acoustic coffeehouse patron and the rock club veteran alike—both of whom know a solid performance when they hear it.