There are currently no videos. Check back soon.
Staying For The Weekend EP Release Party

Staying For The Weekend EP Release Party

Butthole, Rock Eupora, People Zoo

Sat ยท February 18, 2017

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

$8.00 - $10.00

This event is 18 and over

Staying For The Weekend
Staying For The Weekend
Staying For The Weekend is a rock band from Nashville, Tennessee. The five members met while in college and have released two EPs in the past twelve months, Camp Empathy (December 2012), SFTW (November 2013). They are also set to release a series of 6 brand new singles throughout the summer of 2014. Among the bands live highlights in 2013 was an appearance at Bonnaroo, and Staying for the weekend also started 2014 off right with a press-event at MSR studios put on by KEF speakers. During the event SFTW got to work with legendary producer Ken Scott( Abbey Road, Ziggy Stardust), and grammy winning engineer Derek Lee.

With hook-laden songs that are simultaneously edgy and unpredictable, Staying For the Weekend is poised for a breakout year in 2014. Their high-energy live shows have helped SFTW build a committed and growing fan base in the Nashville area, and is sure to help them expand their reach across the region.
Butthole
Butthole
"Let's call it Butthole" she said, sipping gravy from a boat shaped chalice. To be continued.
Rock Eupora
Rock Eupora
Born and raised in Jackson Mississippi, Clayton Waller AKA Rock Eupora creates a lively blend of gritty rock and shimmering pop straight from his DIY home studio. Currently operating in Nashville, Rock Eupora uses galactic hooks and melodies to dive into themes of love, time, transition, and faith. The new album, Soon the Sun Will Come, shows Waller taking his 'fuzz pop' sound into a more polished and refined territory of indie music.

Clayton started taking piano lessons at the age of 5. He quickly discovered his love for songwriting and performing and took advantage of every opportunity he could to play music. During his senior year of college, Waller home-recorded the debut album. Recognizing the importance of his southern roots, he named the project after the small Mississippi town of Eupora.

After making the move to Nashville, Waller recorded the second full-length album in his apartment-converted basement. The Rock Eupora band eventually settled into a quartet, and were soon playing some of Nashville's most prestigious venues such as Marathon Music Works, Exit/In, and Mercy Lounge.
People Zoo
People Zoo
Indie rockers living in Nashville, TN
Venue Information:
The High Watt
One Cannery Row
Nashville, TN, 37203
http://thehighwatt.com/