SAVE THE BOOBIES FESTIVAL

Live art by Amanda Noodle and Shannon Harden!

SAVE THE BOOBIES FESTIVAL

DR. DELICIOUS, THE COCONAUTS, GUS CAMPBELL, THE REBEL SET, THE PUBES, SARA MCALLISTER, COREY GLODEN, SASQUANAUT

Sun, August 31, 2014

Doors: 3:00 pm / Show: 4:00 pm

$8.00

Tickets at the Door

This event is 21 and over

Party on the patio with a DUNK TANK, food vendors, super cool raffle prizes, dance performances (hip hop and belly dance), live art, and more! Live art by Amanda Noodle and Shannon Harden. All proceeds help fight breast cancer.

DR. DELICIOUS
DR. DELICIOUS
A groovy musical project from the Phoenix Valley bringing back the FUNK!
THE COCONAUTS
THE COCONAUTS
The Coconauts are an instrumental surf combo that was lost in a space capsule that was launched on July 4th, 1963: its mission to contact alien life with its out-of-this-world instromatic surf sounds.

Unfortunately, the capsule, Coconaut V, was caught in what was then thought of a time/matter anomaly but is now known as the space/time continuum. In this unfortunate situation, the Coconauts were forced to perform the same day over and over again.

Fortunate for them, it was an incredible concert that was set up on the moon, so during this time they were able to refine and practice their sound. It wasn't until their science officer, David "Countdown" DeStefano figured out how to escape their "Groundhog Day" by applying extreme logic and mad physics formulas, along with intoxicating cocktails and outstanding martial arts skills, to the capsule's trajectory. This was able to provide a "ripple-effect" and caused a momentary worm-hole that first officer Tom "one small step" Armstrong took advantage of with an engine burst.

Under the command of flight commander Matt "tha Kat" Lentz and the spiritual direction of Kurt "Cooter" Nederbrock, the Coconauts were able to re-enter Earth's atmosphere and touch-down near the islands of Micronesia in the South Pacific in July of 2009. Since overcoming their discombobulation of being "lost in time," the Coconauts were discharged from their top secret NASA program and released to the public to bring their incredibly pleasurable act to you live. The Coconauts aim to please, and are sure to convert you with their Coco-naughty sounds of the surf. So, bring a little reverberation into your life, kick back, and imbibe their intoxicating concoction of multi-dimensional sounds of the summer of 1963.
GUS CAMPBELL
Inspired by artists such as Frank Zappa, Stevie Ray Vaughan, Jimi Hendrix, Les Paul, Danny Gatton, Chet Atkins, Duane Allman, Gary Moore, Jack White, Eric Johnson, Joe Bonamaasa,Guthrie Govan, Jeff Beck, Philip Sayce, Lance Lopez, Billy Gibbons, John Mayer, Robin Trower, Steve Vai, Mark Knopfler, Vince Gill, Leslie West, Prince, Lenny Kravitz, Tony Iommi, Django Reinhardt–you get the point–Gus Campbell fuses together various elements of theses guitar greats into his own, personal sound and style he has dubbed, "Rock & Soul." Growing up in a family heavily into music (primarily his older brother, Bo), the right jams seemed to fall into his lap, literally, with his dad's extensive vinyl collection ripe from the "Golden-Era" of ROCK. After hearing some of the world's most iconic guitar riffs, and some of music's unsung heroes, Gus became inspired to play and perform music at the age of 9.
THE REBEL SET
THE REBEL SET
The Rebel Set are a three piece garage rock group from Phoenix and when I say “garage” rock band, I’m not talking about the recent trend of noisy lo-fi music. These guys are a real “garage” rock band. The trio takes from early sixties punk, surf, and psych. The guitar kicks ass, the songs are even dirtier, and the production sounds like that of an old sixties garage punk 45. Standout tracks include, “Poison Arrow”, a dark brooding garage cut with an extremely catchy verse, “Martian”, with guitar that harkens back to Apache, and an eerie theramin intro, “Birds and Bees”, a 60’s punk throwback that is impossible not to thrash to, and “Muckraker”, which sounds like an early Iggy Pop song. Overall, this album rules and these guys should be proud for creating something new and awesome out of something old and awesome.
-WRUV Burlington, VT
THE PUBES
THE PUBES
ALL ORIGINAL 3-PIECE LESBIAN ROCK BAND from Phoenix AZ.
SARA MCALLISTER
SARA MCALLISTER
Vintage-style ska songstress Sara McAllister currently showcases her all-original acoustic set for audiences throughout Arizona and the Southwest. Ms. McAllister sings while strumming a classical guitar, accompanied by Anamieke Quinn on the double bass and backing vocals. This combo is known as the Sara McAllister Duo. For special occasions, Sara and Anamieke are joined by drummer, Cameron Tuttle and a horn section (as featured on her debut album Pheetown Girl, available on iTunes), known as the Sara McAllister Band. Sara McAllister’s jazzy vocals, rocksteady rhythm and infectious ska choruses have carved a space in the underground music scene that unifies audiences of all preferences. Sara McAllister has honed her skills with some of ska's finest musicians by supporting acts such as Warsaw Poland Bros., Starpool, Monkey, The Aggrolites, The Slackers, and The Toasters.
SASQUANAUT
SASQUANAUT
Prog-Rock anyone...?
Venue Information:
The Rhythm Room
1019 E. Indian School Road
Phoenix, AZ, 85014
http://www.rhythmroom.com/