The Avenue / 2021 E Michigan Ave, Lansing MI 48912 / Alcohol offered
Cost: $5 / Tickets: At the door only
Funk, Jam, Metal, Punk, Rock
Bonehawk is a Rock and Roll band from Kalamazoo, Michigan playing a modern approach to 70’s era psychedelic hard rock, heavy metal, jam, and blues. For fans of Thin Lizzy, Iron Maiden, Dio, and ZZ Top, BoneHawk brings a modern take with their own sound of big buzzy riffs, smooth vocals, thunderous drums, and tons of guitar harmony interplay.
“With a glancing eye back to the legends such as Thin Lizzy and UFO, Bonehawk transcends the genre of stoner rock. Iron Mountain is a testament to the power of heavy riffs welded together with sharp songwriting. Whether hanging with friends enjoying a brew or heading out on the highway, Iron Mountain by Bonehawk is your soundtrack to rock.”
~Chuck Marshall (Metal Wani)
BANK OF AMERICA (or BOA) is the latest configuration of Lansing, MI and GTG RECORDS veterans JOSH DAVID, NICHOLAS RICHARD, ADAM AYMOR, and DAVE SHILAKES. Formed in 2021 with a fully-realized blend of wild, fuzzy, careening-yet-catchy stoner-punk, BOA released the single “Snowshovel Man” in December 2021 with a full-length due in summer 2022.
Mr Denton On Doomsday Bio
Mr Denton On Doomsday includes vocalist Josie in addition to members Fate (Guitar, vocals), Evin Myrick (Bass), and Benjamin (Drums). Although these diverse band mates cite King Crimson, Black Sabbath, Queens Of The Stone Age and many others as influences, they create a sound unique unto themselves. Mr Denton On Doomsday is known for clever, insightful lyrics that delve deep into the world of politics as well as personal conflicts and the degradation of rock music as a whole.
With a base in metal and a foot in the door of funk, it’s hard to pigeon-hole Mr Denton On Doomsday into one particular music style. Whether it’s the soulful blues soloing of Fate, the thundering bottom line of Evin, or the syncopation of erratic drum beats from Benjamin, each member brings something different to a band not content to settle for less. Their love for the music is evident in every note of every song, and every drop of blood or sweat left on stage. If given the opportunity to see Mr Denton On Doomsday live, then do one thing: Do not miss it!