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Wake The Sun, Raising Cadence & The Dealers
February 11, 2015 · 8:30 pm
West End Trading Co.
Doors 8:30
Show 9pm

At a time when certain mainstream critics and grumpy pundits would have us believe that pop, country, R&B and other easily digestible genres are all that matters, rock music—the real blues-based, soulful, LOUD thing, not some watered-down-for-the-faint-hearted, edgeless, emo substitute—is not only alive but thriving. WAKE THE SUN is living proof of that.
They’re a link in a chain, these guys, most of whom hail from Long Island, but they’re also a pointer to the future. Listen to them slash and burn, watch them tear up the stage, feel their passion, and they’re invariably going to remind you of so many other great heavy rock bands that have come and gone over the past half-century. But there’s also something vibrant, vital and— this is important—young about Wake The Sun. All five of them are in their early twenties, so they weren’t around when giants like Zeppelin, Hendrix and Sabbath walked the Earth. Hell, they weren’t even born yet when Metallica and Pearl Jam started out! They may rattle off influences ranging from Howlin’ Wolf to the Stones to Foo Fighters to Kings of Leon, Gary Clark Jr. and the Black Keys, but their music is no retread of anyone else’s: it is, simply, Wake The Sun music. And Wake The Sun comes to the scene with their own outlook, their own goals and, most importantly, a sound and approach they’re constantly inventing as they go along. The band’s debut four-track EP includes their first single, “Wicked Souls,” in both its original version— remixed by Mike Rocha (Black Pistol Fire)—and in an alternate take. Rounding it out are “Grace and Faith” and “Politics.” Wake The Sun has already begun to create a mega-buzz nationally and were recently a mainstage artist playing for industry insiders at the fourth annual Sunset Sessions Rock in Carlsbad, California. So who are these guys, anyway? Wake The Sun are Dillon Mealey (lead vocals, primary songwriter), Jeff Alvarado (bass, collaborative writer), John Creighton (keyboards), Jon Brick (drums) and the newest member, Tommy Perrotta (lead guitar and background vocals). Dillon, Jeff and Jon were together in an earlier band but that wasn’t happening so, in early 2014, they shed a couple of members, retooled, refined and were reborn as WTS. For all of them, playing music—this kind of music—has been a lifelong dream. Dillon, originally from upstate New York, grew up on classic blues and rock, tried piano before picking up the guitar and played in several bands before, he says, “I couldn’t keep faking it anymore and ‘real’ genuine music started to flow out of my writing process.” He and his college buddy Jeff, who hails from Huntington, Long Island, were pondering their future when, watching YouTube one night, they “saw this young kid playing drum covers of some of our favorite bands.” That was Jon, from West Babylon, Long Island. They invited him to jam and, says Jeff, “He was slamming on the drums and brought a lot of attitude. He brought the music to life. Everything else was history.” The core of Wake The Sun was born. From the start, they knew they had something different. “We are just a bunch of guys who get up on stage and write good music,” is how Jon puts it. “Many bands look very made-up or very ‘industry-like’ today and a lot of music seems very ‘produced.’ We are just very old school with our music and our band approach to things.” Just a few months after forming as a trio, John Creighton, a New Jersey resident, was added on keys and most recently, Tommy, who is 21 and has been playing guitar for nine years, was recruited as permanent guitarist. It became immediately apparent that they were all on the same page. “I was attracted to this group because they seemed to be heading in the same direction I wanted to be going,” Tommy says. “This very retro type of music with honest songwriting and a raw gritty feel is something I think is hard to come by today. My high vocal adds another dimension to the group’s sound and depth and my guitar is a strong presence in the sound that holds fast to our vintage roots as a group.” “This is genuine, honest music coming from a genuine, hard-working band,” says John. “It’s not tailored toward anyone, or meant to sound a certain way; it’s just what comes out of the band.” Adds Jeff, “Our approach to writing the music we write comes very naturally—straight from the soul. In pervious projects I’ve found myself writing to satisfy a specific audience but with this band I’m simply expressing my experiences, pain, love, hate, whatever is the driving force behind the song. I don’t remember one practice where at the end I didn’t have goose bumps or chills.” “We have a no-bullshit approach to the music,” says Dillon. “When you see us play live there’s a lot of emotion and soul laid out on the stage. Our live performance has extreme highs and extreme lows, and I think people really connect and vibe off of the ‘realness’ of our show. I’m never trying to ‘get the crowd into the music.’ We don’t have pyrotechnics, and we don’t have heavy, electronic beats behind anything. There’s an organic feel in our music that a lot of bands miss these days, and I can see the positive reactions on people’s faces when we play.” Although Wake The Sun are undeniably pure rock, that doesn’t mean there are no nuances or subtleties within the music. The more one experiences Wake The Sun, the more the complexities come to the fore. “We have a lot of delicate material,” says Dillon, who is responsible for the bulk of the music and lyrics. “Our sound is American rock and roll, with blues influence and soul throughout. It’s raw, heartfelt music that has meaning. Some people have told me it sounds like there’s a bit of Southern rock in our sound too. It’s similar to the sound of the late ’60s and early ’70s, when much more music was real and had meaningful content.” Adds Jeff, “Every song is written differently. There is no set formula as to how we write. Sometimes it starts with a melody, sometime a guitar riff or a lyric. I like to write my parts around the lyrics and drum parts. It just keeps thing grooving and it romanticizes the relationship between lyric and melody. What makes me want to play music together with this group of guys,” he continues, “is the magic that happens when a new song develops—that electric, tingling feeling that happens after we get through a new song and you know in the back of your mind how that will translate live.” The four tracks on the debut EP offer a taste of the power and excitement of a WTS gig. Says Jeff, “Our recordings reflect what we sound like live. I consider us a touring band that records.” “My favorite part of performing with these guys is that organic interaction that occurs on stage,” adds Tommy, who cites Eddie Van Halen and early hard rock icons like Hendrix, Jeff Beck and Cream as influences. “Certain parts of songs I’m focusing on calling and responding to Dillon’s vocal, and sometimes I’m trying to double John’s organ melodies. Either way, we’re truly interacting with our instruments through the form and dynamics of the song. There’s a certain satisfaction in really playing tight with a group, with every note for a purpose.” As they tour the country throughout 2015, folks everywhere will quickly understand why Wake The Sun has been packing rooms in their home base of Long Island. “It’s been a hard road so far,” says Dillon, “but I really look forward to what the future has in store for us.”
February 18, 2015 · 8:00 pm
West End Trading Co.
$5 presale
$8 Day of Show
+$3 for under 21
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THROUGH THE ROOTS highlighted a productive 2013 with its nine-song album, "Take You There," that debuted at No. 3 on the iTunes reggae top 20 chart in late July and received excellent reviews. TTR carried over that musical momentum into successful nationwide tours with lead groups Rebelution and Iration. TTR also played in the prestigious Cali Roots Festival and traveled to Guam for its first-ever trip overseas to spread its positive vibes.

During 2013, TTR played in over 100 shows from coast-to-coast -- including four shows in scenic Hawaii, and it plans to keep up the hectic schedule in 2014, attracting more fans and sharing the stage with many of the top bands in its reggae-rock genre.

THROUGH THE ROOTS closed 2013 with "Take You There" being nominated for the Reggaeville 2013 Album of the Year, with fans voting into January when the winner was to be announced at Reggaeville.com. It was a prestigious honor for TTR to be on the nominees' list that included some of the biggest names in reggae. "Take You There" which was released on July 30th, debuted at #3 on The iTunes reggae charts right behind Bob Marley, and Snoop Dogg. "Take You There" also debuted at #5 on The Billboard Reggae Charts.

THROUGH THE ROOTS' uplifting music includes a tantalizing blend of reggae, rock, and pop mixed with a vast array of ear pleasing guitar, drums and keyboard/synth play to mesh with the band's catchy vocals, creating its unique sounds. TTR excels in live performances, allowing its young and older fans to truly experience the total musical package as the pumping crowd is wrapped into a high-energy, free-flowing show that leaves fans with a positive reaction.

In 2011, THROUGH THE ROOTS' first CD, "Here To Stay," quickly rose on the iTunes reggae Top 200 chart to No. 2 in the first week and remained amongst the best selling CDs as more and more TTR fans were turned on by the clever vibes and soothing mixture of the group's music. The popular CD also garnered air time on the West Coast and in Hawaii, adding to a six-song EP that THROUGH THE ROOTS put out in 2008, with both remaining in iTunes' top 50 selling reggae CDs for the year.

THROUGH THE ROOTS topped 2011 by being named The Pier's 2011 Newcomer of the Year. The online website covering the reggae/rock genre based its selection on fan voting across country.

THROUGH THE ROOTS came together as a band in 2008 and blended its unique sounds of reggae and rock music. TTR quickly captured music fans' attention all over the West Coast as the band rose in popularity and became a must-see show while sharing the stage the past six years with highly respected groups like Rebelution, Iration, The Green, Pepper, Passafire, Tribal Seeds, Natural Vibrations, Fortunate Youth, and Alborosie, in various venues across the United States.

THROUGH THE ROOTS is led by lead vocalist Evan Hawkins, one of the rising young stars in Cali-Reggae music, and a talented supporting cast in Taylor Boatwright (Drums, Vocals), Brady O'Rear (Keys), and Scott Goldberg (Lead Guitar, Vocals)
February 21, 2015 · 4:00 pm · 11:00 pm
West End Trading Co.

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Pick-up in person at: West End Trading Company, Celery City Craft, Sanford Chamber of Commerce and at Meals on Wheels Etc!
In Advance Tickets $20/ea (at event $30/ea) TICKET MONEY BENEFITS MEALS ON WHEELS!

Starts at 11am on corner of Sanford Ave & 6th street in Sanford, FL. Wear your best Mardi Gras attire. Prizes for best group and individual awarded! Sashay parade will be led my Kid Dutch’s Perseverance Brass Band along with stilt walkers, hula hoopers and more! We’ll make lots of noise and sashay “slow-roll” down to West End Trading at the corner of Sanford Ave and 2nd Street for food and live entertainment!

Ticket get's you delectable authentic Jambalaya, Gumbo and New Orleans Bread Pudding prepared by Chef Delano Lambertclare of Top Hat Catering who got his start in New Orleans, and a FREE BEER from Magic Hat Brewing Company. Food service starts at NOON sharp!

Kid Dutch’s Perseverance Brass Band – Florida’s only authentic New Orleans Brass Band playing second line sound: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5aqq4qoaU6k.
PLUS in the afternoon you will enjoy the popular local cover band “Sanchez”

Find out what your future holds with Natasha the Psychic Lady! Enjoy the Mardi Gras party with face painters, balloon artists, hula hoopers and various street venders. Join in our games from Pie Eating to Hula Hooping and more … win great prizes, get silly, laugh and have fun in the streets.

Enjoy beers and mixed drinks from West End Trading Co. and Celery City Craft until 6 pm as we party Mardi Gras style in the streets of beautiful Downtown Sanford!!!!

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March 25, 2015 · 8:30 pm
West End Trading Co.
SHOW @ 8:30 PM
$10 advance
$13 DOS
+$3 U21 charge at door

Fortunate Youth is a collaboration of South Bay reggae stand-outs. Rising from various bands, they've created a phenomenal 6-piece masterpiece bringing more fire to the stage than ever before. Combining rootsy vibes and unique bass lines united with multiple harmonies, boisterous guitar solos, and heavy keys separates Fortunate Youth from every other mainstream reggae band. With their high energy approach and positive stage presence they provide an unforgettable show to every music fan. Fortunate Youth's objective is to ensure a performance that leaves you feeling euphoric and curious of what might happen at the next show.
In 2011 they supported Tribal Seeds on their nationwide Tribal Youth Tour to spread their conscious music to the nation. F.Y. linked up The Green, from Hawaii, for a Midwest/Westcoast run before jumping back in the studio to record. They have hit the masses promoting only their 6-song EP titled "Up-Lifted EP" and just released their full-length album, "IRIE STATE OF MIND" on July 1, 2011. Fortunate Youth will also be touring very heavily through 2011 including a Naitonwide CD Release Summer Tour.

Upon Releasing their full-length album they quickly rose to #2 on the iTunes Reggae Charts and also locked in a #13 position on Billboard Top 100 Reggae Albums. Receiving great praise for early success Fortunate Youth strives to spread their interpretation of Reggae music to Music Lovers worldwide.

Fortunate Youth toured very heavily in 2012 supporting Headliners such as The Expendables and Tribal Seeds. FY also headlined their own Nationwide Summer of Sweet Love Tour proving they can pull their own weight. Making their first international departure, Fortunate Youth played 4 shows in Costa Rica spreading the love of reggae music internationally.

2013 release, "It's All A Jam", hit numerous charts including #1 on Billboard Reggae Charts, #10 Billboard Pacific Heatseekers Chart, #23 Billboard National Heatseeker Chart along with #1 on iTunes Reggae Charts and #46 iTunes Overall Charts. FY followed the album release with a 55-Show nationwide Spring Headline Tour seeing great response from the album's successful release.
Bumpin' Uglies, The Bullet Doedgers & more FREE SHOW!!! @ West End Trading Co.
April 16, 2015 · 8:00 pm
West End Trading Co.

Bumpin Uglies are a polished three piece hailing from Annapolis, MD. Known for their focused approach to not taking life too seriously, Bumpin Uglies have earned a reputation as one of the hardest working bands in the land, constantly touring and perfecting their distinct sound. They also have a knack for poking fun where fun should be poked, conjoined with a musical earnestness that is clear all the way through their catalog full of honest songs that cut right to the grit, humor and reality that is life. Critics and fans agree that their special brand of East Coast White Boy Reggae is among the finest on either side of the Mississippi.

Tags aside, lead man Brandon Hardesty is known for his natural gift for crafting songs and lyrics that stand out from the pack. White boy reggae is the styling, but it’s only a humorous veil over the diversity of sounds and styles that makes Bumpin Uglies music utterly unique. Bruce Given's drum skills and Dave Wolf’s thunderous bass round out their undeniable and original signature sound.

Hard work and dedication, thousands of miles delivering their medication, and Bumpin Uglies continue to seek and find their path to greatness. Already lapping the Nation on three separate tours, the trio have survived the harsh weather, miserable roads and dangerous mountain passes that come with coast to coast touring, which mentions nothing of their tolerance for the overwhelming stench of each other’s... intellect in that cold, cramped and underpowered tour van.


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