February 21, 2006

The First Ever INsite Nite 2/24/06 @ The Dirty Dog

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The First Ever INsite Night 2/24/06 @ The Dirty Dog
12 Dramarama
10:50-11:30 Nooner
9:50-10:30 Freebleeder
8:55 - 9:35 Squint
8-8:40 Analog Missionary

INsite Magazine is sponsoring the First Ever INsite Night on February 24, 2006 at the Dirty Dog Bar (505 East 6th - dirtydogbar.com). The night will kick off with Alabama-based Analog Missionary (analogmissionary.com) at 8:00p.m., then Louisiana's native rocker-sons Squint (squint.com) at 8:55p.m., Austin drunk-rock heroes Freebleeder (freebleeder.com) at 9:50, and the dual headliners are INsite's February 2006 cover-band Nooner (noonerrock.com) at 10:50p.m., and the legendary Dramarama (johneasdale.com) - reunited and on stage at midnight.

Don't miss out on the action. Tickets are just $15 in advance (at Dirty Dog Bar and Cheapo Discs) and $20 at the door the day of the show.

A little about the bands:
Dramarama www.johneasdale.com
Dramarama was a popular band between 1985-1995, recording the hit song "Anything Anything." Flash forward to 2003 and Dramarama becomes the subject of an episode of Bands Reunited. Getting their creative juices flowing again, John Easdale and Co. continue to be "reunited" and release Everybody Dies in 2005. Now they are touring in support of this release.

Nooner www.noonerrock.com
Austin "ego-rock" masters Nooner are releasing their second effort, It's Time in early February. The five-piece outfit is posed to take their career to the next level with their feel-good rock anthems.

Freebleeder - www.freebleeder.com
If you're in the mood for some straight up rock and roll, then Freebleeder is where you should look. They released a live CD in January entitled Drink and Destroy to tide fans over until their second studio album, which should be released in March. Their mantra to Keep Austin Drunk is a mission they don't take lightly.

Squint - www.squint.com
Louisiana independent rockers Squint recently came through Austin to record some demos tracks for what may be the follow-up to their Tinsel Life. They have opened for the Goo Goo Dolls and Alter Bridge. They've also opened for their Jagermeister-mates Slayer a gig that lead singer Dane Adrian said was like "putting N'SYNC in front of Korn."

Analog Missionary www.analogmissionary.com
This Alabama based art-rock band has a sound that is reminiscent of Tori Amos and Radiohead. They are currently working on their third album.


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