The Pine Hill Haints, Ill Bones and Waylon Thornton and the Heavy Hands

Published Robbie - Tue, 02/25/2014 - 5:21pm


Florida based Lo-Fi Blues Rockers, III BONES is steadily strengthening the spirits of now the East Coast of the United States, and soon to be the rest of the world with their medicinal dose of driving low ego grit that has the spirit and soul that would make James Brown a fan.

Waylon Thornton and the Heavy Hands

Waylon Thornton and the Heavy Hands is the husband and wife duo of Waylon and Meg Thornton. The pair began making music in 2007 and are devoted to home recording. 

The band has received comparison to such greats as Hasil Adkins, the Cramps, Link Wray, and the Gories.

Pine Hill Haints

Taking inspiration from roots music and Southern tales of the supernatural, the Pine Hill Haints play a self-described style of "Alabama ghost country" that touches upon honky tonk, rockabilly, folk, and bluegrass. As a child, vocalist Jamie Barrier often joined his grandfather in attending local hootenannies, where he was exposed to the musical traditions of his native Alabama. Later, Barrier honed his own voice by singing in a graveyard -- the Pine Hill Cemetery -- and formed a raucous rockabilly outfit named the Wednesdays while still in elementary school. the Wednesdays would go on to release several albums in the 2000s, but Barrier nevertheless formed the Pine Hill Haints in 1998 as a second (and considerably different) project, piecing together a revolving lineup that ultimately solidified around core members Matt Bakula (washtub bass, banjo), Ben Rhyne (snare drum), and Jamie's wife, Katie Barrier (washboard, mandolin).

$6 at door
Wed, 02/26/2014 - 9:00pm
$6 at door