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The Bailey Hounds Record Release Show w/Tin Horses & Ruby The Hatchet at JB’s July 13

The Bailey Hounds Record Release Show w/Tin Horses & Ruby The Hatchet at JB’s July 13

Johnny Brenda’s hosts the record release show of the haunting folk-blues outfit The Bailey Hounds for their latest EP All the Blood in the World. Ryan Petrillo’s troubled stirring vocals can send a chill up your spine even in the dead heat of summer. With the trademark alt-country twang and songs that have a confessional grit, The Bailey Hounds take a cue from age-old folk storytelling and infuse a drafty lurking-ghost-around-every-corner feel. Tin Horses will also be performing tonight at JB’s. Led by Kiel Everett, the bassist for Purling Hiss, the band brings a dingy grunge-inspired take on Americana adorned blues. There’s a worn and weathered aesthetic to Tin Horses with a purposely unfiltered, dirt-under-the-nails approach to songwriting. Everett’s straight semi-spoken vocals are met with guitars that take fiery aggressive runs; these runs aren’t of the smooth airy variety. Rather, they serve in an aching and screaming release, laying down a burden. The heavy 70’s rock-inspired, female-fronted Ruby The Hatchet open the evening prepared to bring a no-bones-about-it intensity to the stage.  As heavy bass lines clear the path for raunchy fuzzed-out guitar fires and vocals providing clairvoyant power that is equal to the task. This evening is a fine example that tried and true rock n roll is still alive and kicking. Don’t be late. Johnny Brenda’s, 1201 N. Frankford Ave., 8pm, $10, 21+ - Michael Colavita

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