Booze & Glory

Booze & Glory

Junto, Lucky Boys

Fri May 12 2017

Doors: 8:00 pm / Show: 9:00 pm

El Corazon

$10.00 - $13.00

This event is 21 and over

Booze & Glory
Booze & Glory
London's BOOZE & GLORY suffer no curiosity towards anything but their tried and true brand of hook-laden, red-brick sidewalk stompin', Skinhead Oi! Rock 'N' Roll. They have no interest in detouring into awkward metal riffs, compromising mainstream tendencies or any other fraudulent leanings. BOOZE & GLORY stick to who they are, what they know, and what they love — working class Oi! punk rock 'n' roll.

They herald their love of their favorite football team, West Ham United. They recant the tales of pub sessions with good friends and cold booze and the struggles of being a drinking man on a workingman's wage. And they tell the stories of friends gone wrong and life gone astray. Influenced by their English forefathers such as The Cockney Rejects, The Business and the 4-Skins, BOOZE & GLORY are poised to charge forward hard and far as the primary contemporary carriers of the British Oi! torch.

Having already laid their claim to the European territory through years of hard touring and strong festival appearances, BOOZE & GLORY are now ready to make themselves known in the US. Sailor's Grave Records is honored to welcome the boys to the fold.

For Fans Of: The Business, Evil Conduct, Cock Sparrer, Sham 69
Lucky Boys
Lucky Boys
The Lucky Boys are currently known to be playing some of the most entertaining rock/punk rock in Seattle and the Pacific Northwest. Originally from four different places in the NW they have formed their own take on the punk sound: Scott (Spokane), Dave (Seattle) and Bruce (Portland) have played in some pretty influential bands over the years including Motherload, Coffin Break, The Skate Drunks. With the band coming together as a unit and the first show scheduled they were still in search of a singer. Enter Kimi Cutthroat, originally from Boise, adding the missing element to the already solid line up. Two weeks later The Lucky Boys launched themselves on to Seattle with a no holds barred frenzy. While Kim is a lot younger than the guys, she attacks like a seasoned pro. Don't let her good looks fool you, she can and does bring it every single night. The Lucky Boys play a style of punk rock that has been compared with The Rezillos and described as The Avengers with a gut punch. X riding a freight train.. They have played with some of the stalwarts of both the local and national underground music scene including GBH, Fang, Dayglo Abortions, The Real McKenzies and The Zero Boys. Catchy hooks and well crafted songs make you want to sing a long. A refreshing break from the gloom side of rock, In two years time The Lucky Boys have honed their craft into a melodic rollercoaster ride with the infectious feeling of good times to come
Venue Information:
El Corazon
109 Eastlake Ave East
Seattle, WA, 98109
http://www.elcorazonseattle.com/