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Johnny Nasty Boots / Bad Pony / High Society Homeless / The Ricky Fitts

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Johnny Nasty Boots / Bad Pony / High Society Homeless / The Ricky Fitts
Tuesday, April 11, 2017 9:00 PM
The Mint, Los Angeles, CA
  • 21 & over
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  • Ticket Price: $8.00
  • Door Time: 8:45 PM
  • Restrictions: 21 & over
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  • Johnny Nasty Boots

    Johnny Nasty Boots

    This is rock, as it has not been heard in time: direct and raw. Riffs, bends, distortion, dirty and classic sound.

    The root is there, is the blues of Howling Wolf, is the heritage of telling stories decorated with the guitar. Are those changing jazz tempos, slow and fast that generate epic solos with the drums. Are those rhythm bass lines with origins in the soul and funk: Welcome to the sonic experience of Johnny Nasty Boots.

    Johnny created the project after the separation of his former band. After the destruction comes the creation, so is how his alter ego is born in the form of Johnny Nasty Boots. Afterwards Mr. Chochi and Alfie joined the band, stablishing the actual line up. The bases of the blues are there, taken to a level that fits perfectly in that “void” in the actual music scene: pure rock.

    In less than a year the project was consolidated, taking them to records their first LP at Sonic Ranch Studios (Texas, US) under the production of the Grammy® Award Winner and ex Natalia La Fourcade y la Forquetina member and music director Yunuen Viveros and under the indie label Boxx Records®. The master of the album was made in the famous Vlado Mastering studio (US) by Jeremy Lubsey.

    From its first single “I’m Cursed” the band have established as a point of reference in the new wave of bands that put the rock and blues to their sound. “Hard to Love Me”, it’s second single, reinforces this, being a showcase to their first album scheduled to be launched in April 2017. Made like in the old times, not a collection of songs, but as a sonic concept, a journey through histories and emotions, a history told by massive guitars, deep basses, ominous drums and a fierce voice.

    It’s the moment to initiate a music revolution, we know the first riffs of Johnny Nasty Boots will do.

  • The Ricky Fitts

    The Ricky Fitts

    Alternative Phoenician band The Ricky Fitts is taking listeners to further heights thanks to their debut album, “The Great Beyond”. Infusing elements of Indie, Pop and Funk, The Ricky Fitts have created a psychedelic wave on their 13-track LP. Already gaining the attention and performing with the likes of Death Cab for Cutie and Fitz and the Tantrums, The Ricky Fitts are on their way to becoming one of the most sought after bands from the “Valley of the Sun”.

  • Bad Pony

    Bad Pony

    There might be something about growing up in a nation essentially founded on a prison labour colony that instills in a band a sense of tirelessness. Whether it's heritage or insanity that fuels Bad Pony, they simply don't seem to stop.
    Since releasing their debut EP 'Limbo' in 2015 the Sydney based five piece has independently released three self-produced singles - all with national radio success. When it comes to touring, the outfit have clocked up thousands upon thousands of kilometers, with three national tours since 2015 and an international appearance at Music Matters in Singapore.
    2016 saw Bad Pony ink a publishing deal with Perfect Pitch Publishing as well as a booking deal with 123 Agency.
    Whilst even the most fanatical marathon runner would at least take a moment to stretch out their aching hamstrings, Bad Pony don't seem to show any signs of slowing. With their sophomore EP 'Deficiency' in the cooker and plans to take their award winning live show across the USA, Canada and once more over their native Australia, it looks like their 2017 is going to be another whopper.

  • High Society Homeless

    High Society Homeless

    Explosive, anthemic, but groovy at its core. The 5-piece Alt-Rock band High Society Homeless is a force to be reckoned with.
    Formed in Pasadena, California, the band's members traveled from across the globe, following the stars of fate to the Los Angeles College of Music. There, they met and formed. As fate would have it each member brought their unique musical interests over their shared passion for the art form of music. From Jimi Hendrix to the Red Hot Chili Peppers, to Van Halen to Foo Fighters, the band constructs sonic landscapes ripe with gripping emotional passages, a visceral rhythm section, and anthemic choruses sure to captivate every listener.
    High Society Homeless seeks to unveil their infectiously catchy music to the world. With near unanimous praise from fans and friends alike, they put on an equally awesome performance. This is a band that forged their sound through discipline and raw creative talent, and they can't wait to unleash it.

Set Times:
  • 09:00 PM - The Ricky Fitts
  • 09:45 PM - Johnny Nasty Boots
  • 10:35 PM - Bad Pony
  • 11:30 PM - High Society Homeless

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