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The Meatmen, originally formed in 1980 by Tesco Vee and reunited in 2008, are a punk band from Michigan. The band is best known for their crazy on-stage antics and considered one of the first “funny” punk bands. Cover the Earth is available now on Meat King. The Meatmen will be at Vinyl on Saturday, October 29.
New Hampshire-based punk band, The Queers originally formed in 1981 by Joe King (aka Joe Queer). They released Back to the Basement in 2010 on Asian Man Records. The Queers will be at Vinyl on Monday, October 31.
Graham Colton is an Oklahoma City-based singer-songwriter. He released his latest album, Pacific Coast Eyes, on October 18. He’s joined by Birimingham-based rocker, Matthew Mayfield. They’ll be at Vinyl on Wednesday, November 2.
Nashville-based Kopecky Family Band have been creating music together since 2007. This six-member folk rock band have a slew of releases under their belt, they’ve been wowing audiences all across the country and at arenas such as CMJ and SXSW. They’ll be joined by Charlotte-based folk band Matriomony. They’ll be at Vinyl on Wednesday, November 9.
Funky pop duo Hank & Cupcakes hail from Brooklyn, NY. Time Out New York said they were a “must see” at last year’s CMJ Music Marathon. They are joined by Atlanta’s own Today the Moon, Tomorrow the Sun. Hank & Cupcakes and Today the Moon, Tomorrow the Sun will be at Vinyl on Wednesday, November 16.