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Tue, 04-22-14


LATIN NIGHT!

Opening Act:
NONE

Show Time: 7:00 pm

Age:
18 +

Ticket Price:
$5 over 21 $7 under 21

Come on down and Dance your Night
Away with Revolution’s weekly
LATIN NIGHT! $2 Corona and $2
Tequila Bombs will certainly get
you in the mood for the sultry
dancing styles of Salsa, Cumbia,
Merengue, Bachata, and more! Doors
open at 7pm, Dance Lessons begin
around 730.

Thu, 04-24-14


CHEYENNE MEDDERS

Opening Act:
JOSEPH LEMAY / THE COASTS

Show Time: 8:30 pm

Age:
All Ages

Ticket Price:
$5

Cheyenne Medders is Americana singer/songwriter from Nashville, TN. We are proud to have him make his Rev Room debut with us tonight with special guests Joseph LeMay and The Coasts.

Fri, 04-25-14


ZOOGMA

Opening Act:
LAWLER

Show Time: 9:00 pm

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Age:
18 +

Ticket Price:
$10 adv $12 day of show

Zoogma combines the sonic
diversity and precision of a DJ
with the excitement and immediacy
of a four piece rock group. Known
for their energetic performances
and retina pleasing light show,
the band consistently dishes out
heavy-weight beat-driven dance
parties across the nation. Sets
are kinetic, combining live
improvisation with carefully
crafted beats and melodic
textures.

If you like: EOTO, Papadosio,
Conspirator, STS9

Sat, 04-26-14


RISING APPALACHIA

Opening Act:

Show Time: 9:00 pm

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Age:
All Ages

Ticket Price:
$12 adv $15 day of show

Rising Appalachia is a genre-
bending force of sound that uses
vocal harmony, lyrical prowess and
diverse artistic collaborations to
defy cultural clichés and ignite a
musical revolution. Listen to
their beautiful sound for poetic
harmonies, soul singing, spoken
word rallies, banjos, fiddles,
many beats of drums, kalimbas,
washboard rants, groove, and
community building through SOUND.
Joined by Imhotep on the New
Orleans bass drum, Abram on contra
bass, and Forrest on the beats,
their style redefines performance.
With a host of versatile
collaborators on board expect
anything from trumpet to
beatboxing, poets to trapeze, and
circus to burlesque. Rising
Appalachia uses sound as a tool to
spark a cultural evolution and
birth a new movement, creating
soul sounds for us all….

If you like Elephant Revival, Andy
Frasco, Papadosio, Railroad Earth

Tue, 04-29-14


LATIN NIGHT!

Opening Act:
NONE

Show Time: 7:00 pm

Age:
18 +

Ticket Price:
$5 over 21 $7 under 21

Come on down and Dance your Night
Away with Revolution’s weekly
LATIN NIGHT! $2 Corona and $2
Tequila Bombs will certainly get
you in the mood for the sultry
dancing styles of Salsa, Cumbia,
Merengue, Bachata, and more! Doors
open at 7pm, Dance Lessons begin
around 730.

Thu, 05-01-14


CASEY DONAHEW BAND

Opening Act:
TBA

Show Time: 9:00 pm

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Age:
18 +

Ticket Price:
$20

We are delighted to welcome back
the Casey Donahew Band! These guys
are at the top of the list when
people talk about up and coming
“Texas Country” stars, and we love
to see them at the Rev Room!

If you like: Kyle Park, Josh
Abbott Band, Bart Crow, Wade Bowen

Fri, 05-02-14


of MONTREAL

Opening Act:
COLLIN vs. ADAM

Show Time: 9:00 pm

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Age:
18 +

Ticket Price:
$15 adv $18 day of show

Hailing from Athens, GA., of
Montreal have carved their own
niche — establishing themselves
as a band that thrills fans with
compelling live performances,
delights critics with their
constant innovations, and
continually showcases their
musical evolution by drawing from
a different set of influences for
each album. We’re excited to
welcome them back to Little rock
tonight in support of their latest
album, “Lousy With Sylvianbriar.”

If you like: Animal Collective,
The Apples In Stereo, The Flaming
Lips, Islands

Sat, 05-03-14


THE WILD FEATHERS

Opening Act:
STEPHEN NEEPER & THE WILD HEARTS

Show Time: 9:00 pm

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Age:
18 +

Ticket Price:
$12 adv $15 day of show

Ricky Young, Joel King, Taylor
Burns and Preston Wimberly, grew
up steeped in music; playing solo
gigs, touring with local bands and
working at venues. The four guys
came together in Austin in 2010
through coincidence, mutual
friends, and a shared love of the
classics: Petty, Dylan, Cash, The
Band, Allman Bros, Neil Young and
Willie Nelson. They immediately
began playing together and became
The Wild Feathers. The young band
spent the next year writing and
defining their sound and touring
around the country, sharing the
stage with Delta Spirit, Surfer
Blood and The Heavy, even landing
an opening spot on Paul Simon’s
2011 fall tour.

If you like: Jonathan Tyler, Gary
Clark Jr., The Black Crowes

Tue, 05-06-14


LATIN NIGHT!

Opening Act:
NONE

Show Time: 7:00 pm

Age:
18 +

Ticket Price:
$5 over 21 $7 under 21

Come on down and Dance your Night
Away with Revolution’s weekly
LATIN NIGHT! $2 Corona and $2
Tequila Bombs will certainly get
you in the mood for the sultry
dancing styles of Salsa, Cumbia,
Merengue, Bachata, and more! Doors
open at 7pm, Dance Lessons begin
around 730.

Fri, 05-09-14


BERNIE WORRELL ORCHESTRA

Opening Act:
TBA

Show Time: 9:00 pm

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Age:
All Ages

Ticket Price:
$10 adv $15 day of show

Bernie Worrell: How many artists can say they were in on the ground floor of an honest-to-Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame supergroup, all while inventing a completely original and uncanny sound and, in the ensuing years, building a legendary reputation as one of the most versatile hired guns in the music business? True funkateers know the history. From the fat Minimoog bass lines of “Flash Light” and “One Nation Under A Groove” to the percussive piano runs of “Chocolate City” and “Give Up the Funk,” Bernie Worrell is synonymous with the legacy of Parliament-Funkadelic; in fact, he’s one of the originators of the psychedelic funk sound, having written and co-produced the lion’s share of the music going back to Funkadelic’s formative years, with an eclectic ear for everything from Chopin to the Chi-Lites.

These days the terms “living legend” or “funk icon” really don’t come close to doing him justice. “Funk iconoclast” is probably more apt, considering the breadth of Worrell’s contributions to seminal albums outside the P-Funk canon—including Talking Heads’ Stop Making Sense and Public Image Ltd’s Album, to name two of the more monolithic examples. Keith Richards, Yoko Ono, Bootsy Collins, Jack Bruce, Ginger Baker, Mos Def, Sly & Robbie, Deee-Lite, Bill Laswell and many more have recruited him in the studio and on tour—all for his versatility, vision and feverish creativity whenever he gets his hands on a keyboard.

Tue, 05-13-14


LATIN NIGHT!

Opening Act:
NONE

Show Time: 7:00 pm

Age:
18 +

Ticket Price:
$5 over 21 $7 under 21

Come on down and Dance your Night
Away with Revolution’s weekly
LATIN NIGHT! $2 Corona and $2
Tequila Bombs will certainly get
you in the mood for the sultry
dancing styles of Salsa, Cumbia,
Merengue, Bachata, and more! Doors
open at 7pm, Dance Lessons begin
around 730.

Thu, 05-15-14


B-SIDE PLAYERS

Opening Act:

Show Time: 9:00 pm

Age:
18 +

Ticket Price:
$0/$5

The B*Side Players have been laying down their own inimitable latin global funk since they came together in 1994. Their incendiary live shows have defined them as local favorites with 10 San Diego Music Awards. Meanwhile their albums showcase a band with restless musical intelligence, effortlessly blending genres to fashion their own forward looking, latin flavored soul music. As a nine piece band, the players are known for igniting crowds with their fierce rhythms and uplifting message of unity and consciousness. Meanwhile always keeping their focus on the political climate of the world and nation. The B-Side Players are a living and breathing cultural art experience for the mind body and soul.

Wed, 05-21-14


CES CRU

Opening Act:
INFO GATES / 870 UNDERGROUND / EPIPHANY / 5:40 / JULIUS CZR / ROZAY THROWER / STEPHAN JAMES / IWREK

Show Time: 8:30 pm

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Age:
18 +

Ticket Price:
$10 adv $15 day of show

Thu, 05-22-14


THE PRETTY RECKLESS

Opening Act:
HEAVEN’S BASEMENT

Show Time: 8:30 pm

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Age:
18 +

Ticket Price:
$15/$18/$50

One night several years ago, Taylor Momsen’s father took his daughter to a White Stripes show. “Before that, the only concert I’d been to was Britney Spears,” says the singer, songwriter, and guitarist. “But once I saw Jack White onstage, that was it. I grew up as a dancer and I thought you had to dance to be a girl in the music industry. Then I saw the White Stripes and I was like, ‘No, you don’t. I can do that.’” Momsen was nine. Jack White’s raw power and deceptively simple guitar-and-vocal attack proved to be highly influential on the now 16-year-old Momsen, who began humming melodies before she could talk and writing songs at the age of five after falling in love with The Beatles. “I was obsessed with them,” she says. “I also loved Led Zeppelin, The Who, Pink Floyd, Audioslave, Soundgarden, Oasis, and Nirvana. That’s what I listened to. My rock idols are all men.” So it’s not surprising that Momsen channels a lot of masculine energy on LIGHT ME UP, her rock-and-roll-heroine-in-the-making debut album with her band The Pretty Reckless. The songs, all written by Momsen and Ben Phillips with their producer Kato Khandwala, run the gamut of emotions, alternating at times between seething rage and a bruised vulnerability. With Momsen’s inky vocals, pummeling riffs, and swaggering attitude, LIGHT ME UP sounds a bit like what might have happened had Led Zeppelin been fronted by “a chick.” The album’s ferocity could raise an eyebrow from those expecting a pretty, blonde teenager to gravitate toward straight-up pop songwriting. “It’s heavier than people might expect from me,” says Momsen, who is best known as the actress who plays Jenny Humphrey on The CW’s Gossip Girl. “But this album is the most honest expression of who I truly am.” Momsen is a smart, emotionally complex young woman who has developed a strong identity despite growing up in the notoriously critical and fickle entertainment industry. Born and raised in St. Louis, MO, Taylor spent much of her time in NYC and at thirteen, she relocated to Manhattan. At two years old, Momsen signed to a modeling agency and a year later she began acting professionally appearing in commercials as well as films such as The Grinch Who Stole Christmas. In 2007 Momsen was cast as a lead in the CW show Gossip Girl. “I didn’t choose acting or modeling, I got thrown into it,” Momsen says. “I liked it, so that wasn’t a problem, but music and songwriting are what I’ve always really wanted to do. I’ve been working with producers and hanging out in recording studios since I was five, I just couldn’t put out an album when I was eight,” she says with a laugh. “Now I can.” LIGHT ME UP is an unflinchingly honest chronicle of Momsen’s experiences, filtered through her unique point of view. “The record is about life,” she says. “It covers everything: love, death, and music itself. It’s rock and roll. It’s sex. It’s drugs. It’s religion. It’s politics. Each song tells a story about the trials and tribulations and emotional struggles that I’ve experienced or observed. It’s not a happy pop record, but it’s not Satan-worshiping either. The lyrics aren’t meant to be taken literally, they are open to interpretation.” The songs tackle everything from romantic insecurity (the full-throttle rager “Make Me Wanna Die,” which also appears on the soundtrack to the film Kick-Ass), to despair (“You”), to how working non-stop can you make you feel like one of the un-dead (“Zombie”). Momsen pushes back against the haters on “Light Me Up” and asks how far you have to go to get forgiveness on “Going Down.” With her growly, world-weary alto, Momsen can do it all: garage-rock rave-ups (“Miss Nothing”), punchy blues-rock stompers (“My Medicine,” “Since You’re Gone”), as well as emotional power ballads (“Just Tonight”) and lovely acoustic guitar and string-driven numbers (“You”). “I’m not just writing something because I think people might like it,” Momsen says. “I hope they do, but I’m writing it because I have something to say. So many feelings go into the lyrics that it’s hard to explain what they’re about. Momsen first hooked up with Khandwala (Blondie, Drowning Pool, Paramore, Breaking Benjamin) and partner and songwriter, Phillips in October 2008. By the spring of last year, they felt they had hit upon a sound that felt authentic to her. “The three of us have similar musical taste, so it was easy to find that singular vision,” Phillips says. “Kato and I worked very hard to help Taylor reach her potential because we could see how talented she was right off the bat. She went into the vocal booth and began to sing and we turned to each other and went, ‘Holy sh*t, she’s f**’ing great.’ Her voice was astonishing. So many artists these days let their voices be discombobulated by computers. Taylor doesn’t do that. She doesn’t need to. She can walk into a room and kick your ass.”

If you like: Halestorm, Paramore, In This Moment, Evanescence

Tue, 05-27-14


THE SUPERSUCKERS

Opening Act:
NASHVILLE PUSSY

Show Time: 8:30 pm

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Age:
18 +

Ticket Price:
$10 adv $13 day of show

You’ve heard our name, you’ve seen our records, our t-shirts and our stickers. We’re probably the favorite band of someone you know and yet maybe we’re still a mystery to you. Well my friend, that’s okay, you’re at the right place to get to know the greatest rock-n-roll band in the world, The Supersuckers.

And the next time you see the ‘Supersuckers’ name, whether it’s in the record store, online somewhere, or on the marquee at your local rock club, know that there’s some quality, honest, ass-kicking, hard working individuals behind it all trying to make your life a little better through the “Evil Powers Of Rock-n-Roll” (and the occasional detour into the country music, of course) and we’d love nothing better than to have you there with us as! Just remember to wear clean underwear, because we’re gonna rock your pants right off of you. – Eddie Spaghetti, Rock Guy, The Supersuckers

If you like: Reverend Horton Heat, Social Distortion, Motorhead, Southern Culture On The Skids

Fri, 05-30-14


JASON BOLAND & THE STRAGGLERS

Opening Act:
TBA

Show Time: 9:00 pm

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Age:
18 +

Ticket Price:
$15

The Bourbon Legend is back! Jason
& the guys consistently put on a
great show with an amazing energy
and charisma that keep the fans
wanting more and we’ve certainly
seen our share of people who
weren’t in the know become ardent
believers. We are always proud to
have Jason & The Stragglers on our
stage!

If you like: Reckless Kelly,
Stoney LaRue, Roger Creager,
Charlie Robison

Sat, 06-07-14


ZOSO – The Ultimate Led Zeppelin Experience

Opening Act:

Show Time: 9:30 pm

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Age:
All Ages

Ticket Price:
$10 adv $15 day of show

Zoso – The Ultimate Led Zeppelin
Experience formed in 1995 to
perform the most accurate and
captivating Led Zeppelin
experience since the real thing.
For Zoso, it’s much more than just
being a tribute. It’s about
touching a golden era in music.
Zoso embodies Page, Plant, Bonham
and Jones in their spirit,
tightly-wound talent and
authenticity. If you missed Led
Zeppelin live in the 70′s or are
looking to relive the “Hammer of
the Gods” phenomenon, you must
experience what the St. Petersburg
Times calls “the most exacting of
the Zeppelin tribute bands in
existence.”

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Come on down and Dance your Night Away with Revolution’s weekly LATIN NIGHT! $2 Corona and $2 Tequila Bombs will certainly get you in the mood for the sultry dancing styles of Salsa, Cumbia, Merengue, Bachata, and more! Doors open at 7pm, Dance Lessons begin around 730. Las puertas abren a las 7 PM. La leccion de baile empieza a las 7:30 y incluye clases para pricipiantes y nivel intermedio (no se necesita pareja). La entrada es $5 ($7 para menores de 21).