Ninkasi Brewing Last Band Standing w/ Chucho & NITE

Ninkasi Brewing Last Band Standing w/ Chucho & NITE

Chucho, NITE

Thursday, August 25, 2016

Doors: 8:00 pm / Show: 9:00 pm

Free

This event is 21 and over

Ninkasi Brewing Last Band Standing
Ninkasi Brewing Last Band Standing
Last Band Standing is a collaboration between Untapped Festival, Spune and Ninkasi Brewing Company who have teamed up to produce a series of shows featuring 12 hand-picked local bands at several of DFW’s favorite venues and craft beer spots to battle it out for the title of ‘Last Band Standing.’ Participating venues include Dada, Three Links, Braindead Brewing, The Foundry, Sundown at The Granada and The Common Table in Dallas; Lola’s, Bearded Lady, Flying Saucer in Fort Worth and Harvest House in Denton.

The winning band will receive a 5-day, all-expense paid trip to Eugene, Oregon to hang out with the creative minds behind Ninkasi, recording time at Ninkasi Studios, plus custom artwork designed by Ninkasi’s Artist in Residence, renowned gig posters artist Neal Williams (past works include designs for Queens of the Stone Age, Foo Fighters, Dave Matthews Band, Interpol, The Head and the Heart, Soundgarden) and much more. Winning band will also receive a spot to perform at Untapped Dallas on November 12 and free shirts from our friends at Printed Threads.

Participating bands will be announced at Untapped Fort Worth this Saturday, June 11. For more information, go to the Untappedwebsite. For ticket and package prices go to Untapped Fort Worth ticket link and follow Untapped on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.

Untapped Festival Fort Worth, Saturday, June 11, 3:30 p.m. (2:30 p.m. for VIP/Stout ticket holders) to 10:30 p.m.
Chucho
Chucho
Chucho got their name from a Mexican bandit (Chucho el Roto) from the late 1800's who robbed from the wealthy and gave to the poor earning him Mexican Robin Hood status. High five.

Kenny Uptain, Katie Robertson and James Hughes all came together in the blues rock band Foxtrot Uniform that Kenny formed with Kelly Test (Polyphonic Spree, Cooder Graw, Pat Green, 1100 Springs). The band gained attention in the Dallas/Fort Worth area first as a 2 piece, then 3, then 4 and finally ended on 5 members with the addition of James Hughes.

Kris Luther and Brady Hamilton met and connected in the solid Fort Worth band The Hanna Barbarians. After tearing the Dallas/Fort Worth scene a new one for several years, the two formed a new band with Joey Gorman and Alex Zobel called The Longshots. That band was signed to Mock Records...a subsidiary of The Strokes Julian Casablancas' French Kiss Records...and has toured the country extensively hitting NYC's CMJ and Austin's SXSW festival...being mentioned on both festivals as "artists to see" for all folks attending.

The Longshots and Foxtrot Uniform are both still working bands, but the 5 decided to team together to show the country blues scene what they believe is a lacking presence on hard living, solid songwriting, well produced records coming from the home of it all...Texas.

The band will team with producer Jason Robert Burt in the coming months to record and release their first record. Very soon new music will be available and fun times will be had.

Please stick around, share and like the page and stay tuned for new shows to be announced very soon. LOVE. MUSIC. TEXAS.
NITE
NITE
Nite consists of twins Myles and Kyle Mendes who originate from Winnipeg Manitoba. Currently the duo resides in Denton Texas while creating and performing electronic/dream pop music. The two spent almost two years pretending to work at a film production company to create their album I am Not Afraid.
Venue Information:
Three Links
2704 Elm Street
Dallas, TX, 75226
http://www.threelinksdeepellum.com