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Byron’s Birthday Show with Poor Dumb Bastards * Flamin Hellcats * Buckshot Messiahs Friday, April 19, 2013 10:00 PM Rudyard's British Pub, Houston, TX
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Byron’s Birthday Show with Poor Dumb Bastards * Flamin Hellcats * Buckshot Messiahs

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  • Ticket Price: $0.00
  • Door Time: 9:00 PM
  • Show Type: Punk
  • Restrictions: 21 & over
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Poor Dumb Bastards (Houston, TX)

http://www.facebook.com/pages/Poor-Dumb-Bastards/126350582202
 

PDB was formed in March 1991 by long time hetero life partners and musical collaborators, Mike Porterfield and Byron Dean. The initial interest was to find a means to get into Emo’s for free, later they discovered Emo’s was always free. Drawing on their collective influences and experiences from some of their earlier work, bands like Cretinoid, Plutonium Flatheads and the Byron Weird Group, Mike and Byron set out create a genre all their own, hence “Texas Drunk Rock” was born. Add the non bass playing talents of Steve Scholtes and the competent, metronomic drumming of Chi Chi Macoola, and PDB were able to carve their initials on the bathroom door of the Texas music scene. Through the many years and many lineup changes, but these Ill-minded sewer rockers have stayed true to their founding principals. POWER, PERFORMANCE, PERVERSION




 

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Flamin Hellcats (Houston, TX)

http://www.reverbnation.com/theflaminhellcats

When you get right down to it, perfect rock and roll is a pretty simple thing. All too many people forget that, and cut pure rock with all kinds of additives in the name of creativity. Some of these divergent blends are interesting in their own right, true, but sometimes you just need it straight. Enter the Flamin’ Hellcats. Reveling in the perfection of rock and roll in its most basic forms, the local trio prefers the swagger of swinging eighth notes and walking bass lines, clean vocals and twangy guitars to the snide, overly self-conscious muso embellishments that often drain rock music of its very rock-ness. Paying homage to proto-rockers like Bill Haley and Carl Perkins, but with an ethos born of punk, the Hellcats sound a bit like the ‘50s on fast-forward. Hey, if you prefer your rock with mixers, that’s just fine. But if you want it strong and neat, The Flamin’ Hellcats – whose first album in several years is due soon – serve “101% Texas Vato-Billy,” which equates to about 200 Proof rock and roll. – Houston Press

 

Buckshot Messiahs (Sory, No Info on-line)


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Sorry kids, Rudyard's has a strict 21+ policy.