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American Aquarium w/ The Cerny Brothers

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American Aquarium w/ The Cerny Brothers
Friday, April 05, 2013 8:00 PM
The Mint, Los Angeles, CA
  • 21 & over
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Show Details
  • Ticket Price: $8.00 - $10.00
  • Door Time: 7:00 PM
  • Show Type: Rock
  • Restrictions: 21 & over

Performing Artists (Click on Artist for Reviews and Previews)
  • American Aquarium

    American Aquarium

    Hailing from Raleigh, NC, American Aquarium’s southern musical perspective is a blend of honest songwriting, an unwavering work ethic, and a genuine love of rock & roll. Whether you call it alt-country, Americana, or roots rock, one thing is for certain: Their music is a fresh voice that borrows from many forms of the American songbook. 25-year old songwriter and band leader, BJ Barham, brings songs to the five other band mates who breathe life into a performance that is equal parts Springsteen-esque rock bravado, old-school country lyrical heartbreak, and indie-rock introspection. From the college coeds to tattooed bikers and hipsters, the band has demonstrated their ability to cross boundaries. With 5 years, 5 albums, and over 700 shows under their belts, American Aquarium is the continuance of the road warrior meets studio craftsman ethic that has long been a part of the rock & roll and country music cultures. They are a band and crew that spend their lives between a van with no air-conditioning and stages all across the country. Their collaboration forms a wholly new and polished version of what Americana might start to look like in the years to come.

  • The Cerny Brothers

    The Cerny Brothers

    The Cerny Brothers (pronounced SERN-IE) have found a home for their Midwest roots in the heart of Los Angeles. The brothers collaborated with producer, Matt Linesch (Edward Sharpe & The Magnetic Zeros), to make a rambunctious and romantic record for a definably American folk/rock genre. The self-titled nine-track album, The Cerny Brothers, was recorded in Ojai, CA at the Ed Sharpe studio. The album is loaded with emotions that run deep through the musical stories of home, growing up and family. The Cerny Brothers are: Robert Cerny – lead vocals, banjo, Scott Cerny – vocals, guitar, Cody Fontes – drums. Playing music together as little brothers, Robert and Scott grew up in rural Illinois in the small town of Sherrard. When they were young they fought over who got the Superman pj’s and who got Batman, chased each other through the cornfields in their backyard and helped their dad build the family house. Family, American pride and Midwest roots inspire a lot of their writing. At an early age, they started playing piano and quickly picked up the acoustic guitar. When they were 13 years old they recorded their first original EP and sold cassette tapes at school for $5. Sticking together, the brothers went to college in Illinois to study film, vocal performance and music composition. Eventually, Robert picked up a banjo and Scott the harmonica, rooting the band’s Americana sound. Cody grew up in the small farming community of Turlock, CA. When he was 10 years old, he put down his violin when he found his dad’s drumsticks in the closet. His dad was quick to equip him to pursue his dream of being a drummer. When he was 13 years old he came home to find his first real drum kit. Shortly after graduating college, he left for Los Angeles to play music. 
    Before moving to Los Angeles, Robert and Scott recorded their debut album, Dream, in Illinois with The Giving Tree Band backing the then duo. After releasing Dream in 2011, Robert and Scott kept writing incessantly in Los Angeles. In 2012, they picked up Cody transforming the duo into the drum-driven Americana rock band they are today. The release of The Cerny Brothers marks their first album as a full band since leaving Illinois. The boys spend most of their day under the gymnasium floor of the converted basement of their Los Angeles church hearing the pounding of basketballs. The underground studio is where the guys rehearse, write and bring their songs to life and, ultimately, to new fans all over California. They have played over 100 shows in the Los Angeles area from dive bars to the Hotel Café, the Mint, the Bootleg, the Echo and the Troubadour. They’ve been featured on, LA’s KXLU and are regulars on Static Beach Radio. 

Set Times:
  • 08:00 PM - The Cerny Brothers
  • 09:00 PM - American Aquarium

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