FRIDAY
May 26 -
SATURDAY
May 27, 2017
Sharing is Caring
Colonel Records presents:
REAL COOL TIME ATL EDITION
FRIDAY MAY 26
The Rock*A*Teens
Predator
Faux Ferocious
Pleather
8:00 PM
SATURDAY MAY 27
Bad Sports
All Night Drug Prowling Wolves
Golden Pelicans
Illegal Drugs
8:00 PM
GAJA DAY SHOW / 3:00 PM
GG King
Unknown Sender
Paralyzer
SUNDAY MAY 28:
Montana's Trailho Pop Up at GAJA

Dinos Boys
The Tough Shits
JP5
$30
ADVANCE

$30
DAY OF SHOW
FRIDAY May 26, 2017
doors open at
7:00pm
Predator | Faux Ferocious | Pleather
SATURDAY May 27, 2017
doors open at
8:00pm
Golden Pelicans | Illegal Drugs
Bad Sports
Hailing from Denton, Texas, Bad Sports are a band whose music is a powerful fusion of punk rock velocity and attitude, hard rock guitar raunch, and power pop hooks. Influenced by old-school punk bands like the Ramones and the Buzzcocks as well as the '70s hard rock that's an unavoidable presence in their home town, Bad Sports feature Orville Neeley (also a member of OBN IIIs) on guitar and vocals, TV's Daniel Fried (who also plays in Wax Museums) on bass and vocals, and Gregory Rutherford (also doing double duty in Wax Museums) on drums. In 2008, the band began spreading the word about their music with a handful of 7" vinyl releases on Big Action Records and Boom Chick Records, and in the fall of 2009. the Atlanta-based Douchemaster label issued the band's self-titled debut album on CD, LP, and MP3 (it was also released on cassette by Burger Records). Plenty of touring followed, including a handful of dates with '70s power pop hero Paul Collins. In August 2011, Bad Sports teamed with Portland, Oregon's Dirtnap Records to release their second full-length album, Kings of the Weekend. - Mark Deming, All Music
ALL NIGHT DRUG PROWLING WOLVES
All Night Drug Prowling Wolves
What can we say, no love is lost, I know I'm innocent, make it nice, look twice, save a life, where we've been, I said I'm sorry, maybe tomorrow, the story of a boy, beat this thing, honestly, get down songs, I don't wanna go, drank Irish, cider piss, guts, crotches, red and black, zip up boots, I can't wait, another day, kneel and pray, drinks and things, good ambitions, a bible, a belt, I fell in love, with a feeling, pants, that don't fit me, old shoes, beats, customers, hidden spots, who I sing for, men, women, clash, guided by voices, all night drug prowling wolves, make it right, you need this, a night to remember, be well.
Golden Pelicans
Orlando's Oldest Pile Of Trash
Illegal Drugs
Illegal Drugs is a four piece that formed in fall of 2014. Since then the band has cultivated a loyal Atlanta fan base, and a reputation for loud, energetic shows.

Listening to Illegal Drugs, an audience is quickly captivated by the riff-driven hard rock sounds of the four piece. John Robinson's visceral delivery of catchy guitar leads and vocal hooks shroud the songwriter's cerebral intent to produce catchy, anthemic songs. The energetic, sometimes reckless guitar playing of Joe Hardwick is intrinsically matched with Shane Patrick's forceful, deliberate drum beats and the heavy growl of Tom O'Neill's bass lines. The Atlanta based group is fundamentally rock and roll with influences including post-punk, grunge, and goth-rock. Borrowing from many points on the rock spectrum, Illegal Drugs are at once relentlessly fierce and light heartedly danceable.

Their first full length album is due to be released in early October 2016.
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