Ed's Spring Break Party! w/The Shackletons; Clams; and KC,S
Ed's (no name) Bar, 252 E 3rd St, Winona, MN 55987
It's the weekend leading into spring break! You don't have any homework due for the next week, and you wanna dance. Come on down to Eds (no name) Bar and party the frick up with some heckin' talented musicians.
Also don't be a square: dress like this isn't taking place in an arctic hell-scape and pretend we're down in Florida or whatever beach those heathens usually party at.
THE SHACKLETONS The Shackletons are a rock and blues band out of the Twin Cities writing and playing songs rooted in the rich influence of the “Minnesota Sound.” The band at its core consists of Colin Campbell (vocals/guitar), his older brother, Cameron (Bass), and younger brother Evan (Drums/miscellaneous screaming). Living a double life as both a knee-buckling indie rock band as well as a stomp-your-foot-through-the-floor blues band, Colin Campbell & The Shackletons have been generating buzz throughout the Twin Cities area.
CLAMS Enter the multiverse. What do you find? Stardust, extraterrestrials, and Clams. A new dimension of rock. Spank rock, wet rock, Clam rock. Like the rock that orbits the Earth but further out. If you castaway, this is one island your mind cannot escape. Maroon yourself with Clams. Clams is made up of Tyler Larkin, Alex Miller & Eric Wittenburg of Minneapolis, MN and Winona, MN. Their music is an eclectic mix of surf, punk, and psychedelic influences that is reminiscent of the Beach Boys & Red Hot Chili Peppers. Many good times have been had making music.
KARATE CHOP, SILENCE Emerging from the womb of musical brilliance in the summer of 2016 and based out of Winona, Minnesota, Karate Chop, Silence is a funky alt-rock quartet with strong pop influences and an appetence for groovy melodies that leave audiences wishing they brought an extra pair of socks. With a keen sense of catchy, dance-friendly music and uncanny chemistry, Karate Chop, Silence leaves everything on the stage and maintains a level of performance energy that’s bound to bring audiences to their level of intensity by the end of the show.