Thu. April 5th 2007 @ Railway Club (No Minors)
9pm - 1am doors at 8pm
$6 members 8$ guests
SWANK delivers an unholy alliance of rock, country, soul, gospel, blues and punk styles that go together like moonshine & mason jars, preaching & sinning, Vegas & vice, with special guests BOOMCHIX (harmonizing roots-rock ala chix style), and Ana Bon-Bon (old-time rhythm & gospel blues meets sexy cabaret).
Swank (Cowpunk Meets 60's Garage)
Swank's first album, "Pappy's Corn Squeezins" (2001) was conceived by the band to sound like The Ramones playing Johnny Cash. Produced by Howard Redekopp, the album was described by the legendary Ray Condo as "New Wave Country"-an apt description for a fine debut that holds its own to this day. The group's second album "The Survival Issue" (2004... more info
Boomchix erases the boundaries between country, folk and rock music genres. Original roots rock band with three part harmonies, guitars, mandolin, bass and drums. Fun and energetic performances! more info[Upload Show Photos] // [Add Video] // [Upload Poster]