JJ’s hosts a weekend of bands, bands, bands
JJ’s Bohemia is stacked with great, local rock n’ roll artists this weekend. If you love a good rock song, JJ’s is the place Saturday and Sunday for two nights of face-melting, soul-lifting music.
On Friday, JJ’s will host Daikaiju, Eclectic Tuba, and Medicine Tree. The masked members of Daikaiju energize the venue with their good-time antics and homebrewed rock n’ roll.
Eclectic Tuba employs a strange combination of tuba, electronica, funk, and jam rock into a sound I haven’t heard before. Medicine Tree brings the old-school progressive rock with influences from jam bands that lead to extensive solos and psychedelic breaks.
On Saturday, JJ’s will host Diarrhea Planet, Lee Bains III and the Glory Fires, Bohannons, and Bad Scout. With four guitars in your face, Nashville rockers Diarrhea Planet are guaranteed to make you bang your head until your neck hurts.
Lee Bains III and the Glory Fires combine distortion, catchy vocals, and a ’70s rock feel into a modern throwback to classic rock. Bohannons throw you a taste of Southern indie rock while Bad Scout finishes the mix with an Americana feel.
Don’t miss the chance to see all these great bands lined up under one roof.
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