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The requirements below have been requested by the artist and are fully supported by the venue and promoter.
For entry and attendance to this show, the following are required:

Proof of COVID-19 vaccination
- or -
Proof of a negative PCR COVID-19 test within 72 hrs of showtime

Friday, Feb. 25, 2022

8:00pm Doors, 8:30pm Show

$15 ADV | $18 DOS

Presented by:
Zero Mile

  • Great Peacock

  • The Mallett Brothers Band

  • Great Peacock

    Spitting stories of love, loss and pain, Nashville’s Great Peacock challenge the very notion of genre, dismantling tradition and blurring the lines between rock ‘n roll, conventional folk music and true Americana. Having earned praise from Rolling Stone, Paste, the Nashville Scene, American Songwriter, No Depression, Relix and PopMatters, the band ignites a kind of unapologetic spark. As fixtures on the road, from clubs to juke-joints to festivals, they’ve shared stages with an abundance of equally-minded noise-makers including Jason Isbell, The Revivalists, American Aquarium, Margo Price, The Infamous Stringdusters, yonder mountain string band, SUSTO and Jonathan Tyler. Forever Worse Better, the third full-length release from Great Peacock, is an anthemic soundtrack for a life spent on the move, chasing down brighter horizons somewhere between the blur of truck stops and traffic lights. This is the band's defining album: a record about the three-way intersection between drive, desperation, and determination, rooted in the epic sweep of heartland rock, the harmonized melodies of amplified Americana, and the hooks of guitar-driven pop music. From the swirling keyboards that kickstart "All I Ever Do" to the gospel-like fervor that fills the album's closing statement of self-worth, "Learning How to Say Goodbye," Forever Worse Better boldly aims for the same sonic territory occupied by the masters of atmospheric rock & roll. Seminal albums like Bruce Springsteen's Born in the USA, U2's The Joshua Tree, and Oasis' Definitely Maybe are all evoked, as is the gritty grandeur of Neil Young's Rust Never Sleeps and the modern rumble of The War on Drugs. The result is an album that proudly wears its influences on its sleeve, yet still sports a sound that's unmistakably Great Peacock's own.

  • The Mallett Brothers Band

    The Mallett Brothers Band is an independent rock and roll / Americana / country band from Maine. Their busy tour schedule since forming in 2009 has helped them to build a dedicated fanbase across the U.S. and beyond while still calling the state of Maine their home. With a style that ranges from alt-country to Americana, country, jam and roots rock, theirs is a musical melting pot that's influenced equally by the singer/songwriter tradition as by harder rock, classic country and psychedelic sounds. Texas Hill Country Explore Magazine calls them “New England’s wildly eclectic crew of genre rebels.” Bill Copeland Music News says “Combining their authentic roots rock sound with a reflective lyrical style that perceives stories on the level of epic myth, it’s like William Faulkner has been resurrected with an electric guitar in hand.." The Mallett Brothers Band has performed at some of the country’s top venues and festivals, including Portland, Maine’s State Theatre; Austin, Texas’s famed Continental Club; Alexandria, Virginia’s Birchmere; New Hampshire’s Meadowbrook Pavilion; Nashville’s Bluebird; Denver’s Cervantes’; and Little Rock’s The Rev Room, to name a few. A list of artists for whom the band has provided direct support would include The Turnpike Troubadours, The Outlaws, Blackberry Smoke, Robert Earl Keen, .38 Special, Molly Hatchet, Lukas Nelson & Promise of the Real, and many more. Festival appearances include FloydFest (Virginia), Hop Jam (Vermont), Nateva (Maine), The New England Country Music Festival (New Hampshire), Eastbound Throwdown (New York), and many more.

  • Tedo Stone