Soapbox Army

TurnStyle Music Group Presents

Soapbox Army

Chloe Angelides, Bishops Collar, Sandy Stones

Fri, July 20, 2012

6:30 pm

Tammany Hall (NY)

New York, NY

$5.00

This event is 21 and over

Soapbox Army - (Set time: 9:30 PM)
Soapbox Army
Dan Tucker - Guitar, Vocals
Matt Basile - Bass
Simon Fishburn - Drums, Samples, Background Vocals

Soapbox Army is a rock band, formed in 2008 in New York. Their self-titled debut was released in April 2009, combining elements of modern rock, alt rock and folk. It went on to garner many positive reviews as the band began playing shows all over the New York area including headlining gigs in prominent NYC venues.

The band continued to write new material, and in March 2011, they went into the studio to start recording their second album, Reactor. They worked with producer Little Pioneer (Craig Levy) in Brooklyn NY, who also produced their debut. With the new album, the band looked to expand their sound and their dynamics, while at the same time making the songs tighter and more concise. The result was a decidedly more “rock” album than the first – Reactor combines hard rock with atmospheric, folk and electronic textures, creating a dynamic sense of mood. Without completely overhauling their sound, they evolved it into something bigger.

Reactor was released in April 2012. The band is currently promoting the album with shows all around the NYC region with touring and festival plans in development for the near future. They are also preparing material for a follow up EP (to be released early 2014).
Chloe Angelides - (Set time: 6:30 PM)
Chloe Angelides
NYC based singer/songwriter trafficking Pop and Soul music.
Bishops Collar - (Set time: 7:30 PM)
Bishops Collar
Devoted to making rock n roll that can be both sophisticated and mainstream accessible, Bishops Collar tirelessly work on arranging and writing songs that will resonate with listeners both with depth and thoughtfulness.
Over the last year Bishops Collar has played with such bands as Hellogoodbye, The White Tie Affair, Every Avenue, Just Surrender, The Higher, Quietdrive, Kings X, Jimmies Chicken Shack.
Bishops Collar hail from Detroit, Michigan. Focusing on catchy melodies from both guitar and vocals, the band writes alternative pop/rock songs with emotion.

Anthony Reed - Vocals Adam Nolin - Lead Guitar Pete Wolford - Guitar Andrew Thomas - Drums Carras Patton - Bass
Sandy Stones - (Set time: 8:30 PM)
Sandy Stones
After nearly a decade as a solo artist, singer/songwriter Sandy Stones took her sound to a new level in 2011 with the help of her extremely talented band, Common Ground. Sandy met her musical soul mate, bassist Paul Del Corral, through a mutual friend at a local pub. Not long after their first meeting, she asked him to join her along with percussionist Joe Kane, to form a trio. Shortly thereafter, Sandy enlisted her multi-instrumentalist cousins, Michael and Stephen Saulpaugh to add lead guitar, keys, and vocal percussion to the mix. After their first show as a full band, their musical bond had been formed and “common ground” was established. Whether performing original songs or putting new twists on popular covers, Sandy Stones and Common Ground delivers a unique sound that blends folk, rock, pop, funk, reggae and hip-hop that will not only touch your heart, but move your feet. For more information, visit them on facebook at www.facebook.com/stonesrocks, or YouTube Channel rckstarr58.
Venue Information:
Tammany Hall (NY)
152 Orchard St.
New York, NY, 10002
http://tammanyhallny.com/