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Mar 5th 2018 @ The Radio Room

Greenville, SC
I Was There
Monday, March 5th, 2018
8:00 PM
The Radio Room
2845 N Pleasantburg Dr, Greenville, SC 29609-3034
Daddy’s Beemer is an Slack Rock 4 piece from Clemson South Carolina. Daddy’s Beemer was created in October of 2016 when long-time collaborators and roommates Wesley Heaton and Dan Fetterolf joined forces with college radio friends Brady Sklar and Luke Waldrop. After forming and writing some material, the band made their way into the Brooks Center for the Performing Arts Studio in Clemson to record their first single. Reeling from the success and organic songwriting style of Penthesilea, the band continued to go into the Brooks Center to record the rest of their first self titled EP. The tracks ranged from having '90s alt rock influences to '80s new wave and even psychedelic sounds from earlier on than that.
Since forming, Daddy's Beemer has had the privilege of sharing the stage with acts such as ET Anderson, Secret Guest, The Artisanals, Best Behavior, and many more.
Daddy's Beemer continues to write and record from Clemson, South Carolina today, with new music coming soon.

RFA is a four-piece garage rock and roll band from Philadelphia, PA. The strapping young quartet formed out of a couple of lunch table conversations about Elvis and the Rolling Stones while its members were just sophomores in high school attending St. Joseph’s Prep in North Philadelphia. All four of the guys--Dan Cousart, Christian Turzo, Brendan McHale, and Alec Powell—met at auditions for the school “rock band” and quickly hit it off, bonding over their shared love of stripped down rock and roll music and a ravenous hunger to perform in front of an audience. They played together in various bands throughout high school before finally coming together in their current incarnation when all four members moved to Philadelphia for college. The band, in good rock and roll fashion, immediately plunged into the Philadelphia music scene head first, cutting their teeth playing countless shows in damp basements and small clubs, all the while honing their skills night after night and captivating whoever was lucky enough to experience one of their infamously raucous shows. 3 years later, with two EP’s, a new single, two national tours, a film soundtrack, and countless hours of relentless, sweaty performances under their collective belt, the group is tighter than ever and anxious to preach their unique take on the rock and roll gospel to all that will listen--these four guys have something to say, and are going to say it the only way that they know how: loud, proud, and with a shot of Rye Whiskey for good measure.

The Double Negatives are a rock and roll band. Genres and styles are simply what you take out of their music, whether it is the atmospheric psychedelia, the feel of the shaking garage door panels, or the inescapable urge to move to the music. Fueled by the love of creating not only music, but art in general, this ragged outfit looks out at the world and helps guide the audience into seeing what is really out there.