WolvesX4, Boss’ Daughter, Bad Idols, John Underwood

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Thursday, March 15th

wolves & wolves & wolves & wolves, Boss’ Daughter, Bad Idols and John Underwood Rock the Jub Jub’s Bar Room!

Doors @ 8
Show @ 9

wolves & wolves & wolves & wolves –
“The band knows their craft, and are fascinating with their energy and passion.”
-Away From Life

“…the potential to be the beginning of a changing of the guard.”
Tobias Great, Stageload

Wolves&wolves&wolves&wolves (also known as WolvesX4 or WX4) is an indie punk rock band from Winston Salem, NC, that combine the soul and ferocity of punk rock with the brash intensity of rock n’ roll.

Since 2013, Wolves has released a full length album, two seven inches, and been featured on countless compilations in the U.S. and Europe. In January 2013 they self released the full length “Subtle Serpents” which would later see release in Europe through Gunner Records in March of 2015. June 2014 saw the release of “Scorched Earth” a 4‐song EP on vinyl through their own label XV/XIII, and on cassette through Flesh and Bone Records. In August 2015, in collaboration with Wiretap Records, they released “Scars” another 4‐song EP on vinyl. 2016 will see multiple releases from the band, first a split EP cassette tape with NC friends Almost People, and then their sophomore album. “The Cross and The Switchblade” will be available in the Fall, in the U.S. through Wiretap-XV/XIII Records and in Europe through Gunner Records.

Wolves has played all over the southeast and mid-Atlantic seaboard of the United States over the years and in April/May of 2016 they embarked on a full tour of the U.S. In conjunction with the European release of “Subtle Serpents” they flew to Germany for a month long tour in 2015, and will be returning in September of 2016 to support the release of “The Cross and The Switchblade”.

Over the years the band has had the opportunity to share the stage with or open for acts like; Tim Vantol, Cymbals Eat Guitars, The Misfits, The Ataris, Guttermouth, The Attack, The Swellers, Government Issue, Arliss Nancy, Veara, Bad Luck, Sheer Terror, Far Less, He Is Legend, Maylene and The Sons of Disaster, Artifex Pereo, On My Honor, and many more.

Boss’ Daughter –
“We just want to achieve maximum party time,” said drummer Jamie Locks, while holding a beer with one hand and trying to light Fox’s jeans on fire with the other (Reno News & Review). Boss’ Daughter have been know to have a little fun. Hailing from the Biggest Little City in the World – Reno, NV – Boss’ Daughter is Chris Fox, Guitar/Vocals, Danny Paul, Bass/Vocals, and Jamie Locks on the Drums. #MaximumPartyTime for more shenanigans.

Bad Idols –
Started in 2012, Bad Idols is a 3 piece punk band from the hills of East Tennessee. In 2012, we released 2 e.ps “Eat Shit” and “Die”.
With 2013 , we started touring. First with Knoxville,TN’s Your Favorite Hero and then another one with ATL’s Seagulls.
Following the tours, Bad Idols set out to write the first full length album any of us had been apart of “Changeling” which was released on 2/25/15 digitally via Jabroni Records (a collective of punk rock advocates from ATL).

John Underwood –
John Underwood is a multi-instrumentalist solo artist from Reno, NV with an unusual setup. He’s placed eight instruments around him all running into a loop pedal, so he can create a full folk band sound live in front of the audience with banjo, acoustic guitar, accordion, trumpet, trombone, glockenspiel, electric bass, and an acoustic style drum setup with cajon, washboard and some cymbals. His music has spawned out of the ashes of his folk-pirate-gypsy band The Deadly Gallows, and the influences of his current folk-gypsy projects Six Mile Station and Dirty Kid Discount. A lot of people claim to be a one man band, but John will show you in one set how to put together all the pieces for such a thing, and what that full band would sound like.