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Rudyards 40th Anniversary show: Vodi, Wheel Workers, Jealous Creatures  (Free!)
Friday, August 24, 2018 9:00 PM
Rudyard's British Pub, Houston, TX
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Rudyards 40th Anniversary show: Vodi, Wheel Workers, Jealous Creatures  (Free!)

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  • Ticket Price: $0.00
  • Door Time: 8:00 PM
  • Restrictions: 21 & over


Vodi (Houston, TX)

Vodi is a 6 piece indie rock band based out of Houston, TX featuring ambient keys, driving rhythms, effortless hooks and a nostalgic sound featuring Tom Lynch, Haley Barnes, Elton Marshall Graves, David Lasco, Austin Sepulvado, Tank Lisenbe, and Gus Alvarado.



The Wheel Workers (Houston, TX)

“White Lies/All My Fault,” the new split single from Houston-based band The Wheel Workers—may be a pair of songs aimed straight at Donald Trump and the 2016 election, but musically and lyrically, it extends far beyond the political heat of the moment." - Alex McLevy, The A.V. Club

"They are simultaneously brilliant and down-to-earth, sincerely progressive and catchy as hell, that rare band that can incorporate thoughtful politics into music while keeping things fun and engaging...The Wheel Workers are freaking awesome, and [with Citizens] they’ve gone a very different direction from the path they marched down last time. And it’s good. Oh, is it good." - Jeremy Hart, Space City Rock



Jealous Creatures (Houston, TX)

Jealous Creatures was formed in 2010 and consists of Sarah Hirsch and Josh Barry. Known for their Western Haze sound, the band bridges the gap between 80s indie rock and 90s bluesy, murky punk. Nominated for the Houston Press Music Awards Best Traditional Rock in 2013 and Best Modern Rock in 2014, the band made a splash with its previous releases: BAZOOKA, which was released in 2013; Little Heaven Big Sky, 2011; and their self-titled EP, released in 2011 as well. Their newest LP, The Night Goes on for Days, released in July 2015, finds the band pushing new directions, all the while remaining true to the Jealous Creatures sound.



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