Upcoming Shows

Rancid

Rancid

The Transplants

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The Traditionals

Thursday, June 20, 2013

Terminal 5

Doors: 6:30pm / Show: 7:30pm

Advance: $28 / Day of Show: $32

This event is All ages

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Do we really need to include a bio here - it's RANCID!! One of the greatest punk bands of the last 20 years, Rancid are coming back to New York City for their first proper NYC shows in 5 years! 

The Transplants
The Transplants

The Transplants are back for the first time since 2005!

Punk rock veterans Tim Armstrong, Travis Barker, and Rob Aston formed Transplants in 2002. This supergroup was a friendly experiment, for Armstrong made a name for himself with Rancid and Barker was enjoying success with blink-182. Aston was a friend of theirs who moved to Los Angeles, but eventually music was at the center of their bond. Armstrong and Aston jammed for fun for the next two years, but recording made things more real. Transplants had something -- something good. Barker was ecstatic with the results, too. The band's hard-edged self-titled debut appeared from Hellcat in October 2002. Haunted Cities was the follow-up

The Traditionals
The Traditionals

The Traditionals formed in 1997 in Pittsburgh, Pa . Influenced by old and new street punk bands the Traditionals carved out a sound of their own. Despite some member changes over the years the band has been running continuously for the last 15 years. The Traditionals have released 5 full length L.P.s, the latter 4 on Impact Records from Duisburg Germany, and are featured on many street-punk compilations such as Garry Bushell's heavily anticipated 30 years of Oi! compilation on Contra Records. The band has toured in the East Coast United States in 1999 and in Europe in 2006 and in 2011 to promote their latest album "Steel Town Anthems". The band has also been featured on such festivals as the 2000 and 2001 Beer Olympics, Holidays in the Sun 2002, Dirty South fest, 2000 Tons of TNT fest and more. The current members of the Traditionals are : Dave Harris, AJ Falcione, Matt Janitor and Timothy Michaels.