The Goddamn Gallows | Jayke Orvis and the Broken Band | My Graveyard Jaw | James Hunnicutt

Lundi Gras

New Orleans, LA

at Siberia Nola

February 11, 2013 10:00 pm - 2:00 am
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Time: 10:00pm     Day: Monday     Doors: 9:00pm     Ages: 18+ Ages     Price: $8
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The Goddamn Gallows

The Goddamn Gallows began on a cold, dark and violent night in Lansing, Michigan, when 3 kids met in a face-scarring fight with Benton Harbor gangbangers at a notorious East Lansing flophouse. They then migrated across the country, residing in LA squats and smoke stained apartments. They are currently ravaging the states with their unique sound of furious, twanged-out, punk rock gutterbilly. Watch for them on corners, clubs and city jails in your town.

Jayke Orvis and the Broken Band

James Hunnicutt

James Hunnicutt is a singer/songwriter/musician & producer from the Pacific Northwest. His music has been described as a dynamic blend of American roots music and Beatles-esque pop. Hunnicutt currently performs with James Hunnicutt & The Revolvers, Neutralboy and occasionally fills in on drums with Hard Money Saints. Hunnicutt cites his influences as everything from traditional country western and rockabilly to punk and death metal, and it shows.

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My GraveYard Jaw

My Graveyard Jaw was started in 2005 by Stix duh Clown. Originally known from touring with The Know Nothing Family Zirkus Sideshow he soon moved onto music. Based in New Orleans, Louisiana, My Graveyard Jaw has consisted of different musicians throughout the series of albums released. The more well known names consisting of Meschya Lake of "Magnolia Beacon" and "Loose Marbles", Walt McClements of "Why are you Building Such a Big Ship" and Alynda Lee of "Hurray for…