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Rock 103.9 Presents Homebrew Live feat. The Docs w/ Hounds of Jezebel & Should’ve Been Cowboys – FREE CONCERT
January 25, 2014 @ 9:00 pm - 11:55 pm
Rock 103.9 & Grand Stafford Theater present Homebrew Live Free Concert Series featuring:
When the Docs are playing, the sheer energy coming from the stage will pull you in, and the aura they create in the room will keep you riveted. Pulling from a wide range of influences and diverse backgrounds, they evoke the full range of emotion in their audiences with a raw, passionate sound that fuses the soft, harmonious tones of traditional Southern music and the aggressive energy of progressive rock. This is a tight-but-loose four-piece band that stretches and pushes the boundaries of current rock and roll. But The Docs didn’t start out as a high energy, in-your-face modern rock band. Each member brought his musical influences and professional background to the mix.
The Docs on Facebook | The Docs on Twitter | Official Website
HOUNDS OF JEZEBEL
Hounds of Jezebel formed in the summer of 2010. John Curry(vocals, guitars), Chris Loveless(guitars), “Rooster” Rodriguez(bass, vocals), and Mike Neyra(drums, vocals) met through a mutual friend and quickly developed a unique friendship and a distinctly original sound. Having been seasoned pro’s, (goneblind, Earshot, Scott Stapp), these guys have obviously seen the big stage. But it’s their chemistry, only having been together for a short time, that draws you to them. Their ability to connect. To Play. To Rock. It’s the undeniable……Hounds of Jezebel.
Hounds of Jezebel on Facebook | Official Website
Should’ve Been Cowboys
Should’ve Been Cowboys is a four-man Indie Rock band from College Station, TX. They formed a year ago and have performed throughout the Brazos County. Over the course of 2012, they performed thirty-eight shows. Front-man Clayton Tumlinson’s beautiful vocal melodies, Taylor Maddox’s attention-grabbing lead, Nathan Garcia’s dynamic drum style, and Brenton Kim’s solid foundation, compose Should’ve Been Cowboys. This fun and high-energy band will leave audiences floored for more.
Taylor Maddox comes from a family with absolutely no musical background or talent. He started playing guitar in 7th gradewhen his mother bought him an electric guitar for his birthday. In all honestly he started playing to catch the attention of a girl at church, but thanks to that, his dream of being a life-long musician was born. He met 2 of his best friends, Nathan and Clayton, at the same church in 2005 when we were all raw musicians. Barely knowing anything, Taylor climbed on stage and fell in love with it. Letting David Gilmore and Jimmy Page be his major influences as a young musician, he fell in love with multiple genres and allowed music to take over his world.
Clayton Tumlinson grew up playing music with his older brother, Bobby, who is 6 years older than him and played the piano. Clayton got his first acoustic guitar for Christmas from his aunt and uncle when he was 11 and they’ve been jamming together ever since. Right off the bat Clayton was writing songs and playing guitar without any prior knowledge how to do so. He played at the First Assembly of God in Marble Falls, Tx every Sunday with his brother and it was then that he realized he knew he wanted to be a musician. Since then he has put everything he has had into music. Leading with passion and ending with his own blood, sweat, and tears.
Nathan Garcia was surrounded by music from a young age. With a drummer and DJ for a father, music was always there. He learned to play the drums at a young age, performing in his first talent show at the age of 9. Ever since then, drumming, and music in general, have become his passion. At the age of 17 he started learning to play the guitar and his love for music grew exponentially ever since. After moving to College Station, Texas in 2010, he began forming relationships with other musicians he had met years before. This would eventually lead to the group Should’ve Been Cowboys being formed. Since then Nathan has been teaching guitar at a studio in College Station and hopes that through this he can share his love of music with a younger generation.
Brenton Kim began playing bass in Dallas, TX. Starting at the age fourteen, his musicality has developed throughout the years. Absorbing influences from multiple genres, Brenton approaches the bass with a peculiar and distinct feel.
Should’ve Been Cowboys on Facebook | Should’ve Been Cowboys on Twitter | Official Website