The Vansaders

Late Show

The Vansaders

Lugosi, Ten Ton Mojo

Sat, November 10, 2012

Doors: 10:00 pm

Mercury Lounge

New York, NY

This event is 21 and over

A portion of the proceeds from this show will be donated to the Red Cross.

The Vansaders
The Vansaders
With songs rooted in the classic style of country pioneers such as Johnny Cash and George Jones, then ignited by a rhythm section raised on bands like The Clash and Bad Religion, The Vansaders deliver high spirited tales of life in New York City. They are currently playing shows in support of the their debut EP "SilverBacks" out July 14th.
Lugosi
Lugosi
LUGOSI is a Brooklyn-based punk rock band, originally hailing from San Francisco CA, founded in 2004 on the basic pillars of making high-energy music, going to shows, and shutting down bars.

LUGOSI's sound is heavily influenced by classic punk rock artists such as the Misfits and the Ramones, delivered with modern edge, thick guitars, and infectious melodies. As a result their music is enjoyed not only by fans of punk, but also by those fans of all rock genres.

LUGOSI's reputation for entertaining live shows and sizable draws has made them a favorite local opener for many nationally touring bands, including the Dwarves, Smoking Popes, the Queers, Chixdiggit, Swingin' Utters, the Loved Ones, and None More Black. LUGOSI has also made several appearances on the Van's Warped Tour.

Since its inception, LUGOSI has released:

- "Edward 40oz. Hands" EP (2005)
- "Bullets & Poison" LP (2010)
- "Good Times on the Dark Side" EP (2011)

LUGOSI is on a mission to rock faces, wreck places, and drink with new and old friends. See you all at the show!
Ten Ton Mojo
Ten Ton Mojo
New to the NYC rock scene, Ten Ton Mojo's bluesy sound is hard edged, real, and soulful. Alabama born vocalist Ernie Papp (SlackJaw and Mother's Brew), NYC native Scott Lano (Blitzspeer and SlackJaw) and Gabe Mera (Midnight Fistfight) provide telling, powerful lyrics and melodies while solid rhythm section Fernando Rosario(Smashed Gladys, Michael Monroe, Cycle Sluts From Hell) and Paul Kane keep the grooves heavy. Think heavy blues meets the glory of Rock n Roll... with a southern drawl.
Venue Information:
Mercury Lounge
217 E Houston St.
New York, NY, 10002
http://mercuryloungenyc.com