WANDERER

WANDERER

REDLANDS, VALIENTA, SUNDAY AT NOON, PEOPLE WHO COULD FLY

Wed, June 14, 2017

Doors: 7:00 pm / Show: 7:30 pm

$8.00 - $10.00

Tickets at the Door

This event is all ages

WANDERER
WANDERER
Indie x pop solo artist.
I wanna make you feel something.
REDLANDS
REDLANDS
All American indie rock band, REDLANDS, has been making waves in the Denver music scene since they formed in 2013. Originally from Grand Junction, Colorado this dynamic and talented group has achieved much in their short time together.

Soon after their inception, they released their first EP - Lone Wolf - which was recorded in Northern Hollywood with producer Matt Grabe. The group caught the attention of Vans Warped Tour; earning them a spot on the Ernie Ball stage just months after its release.

Their next album - Adventurer (produced by The Silverman Brothers) - was released in 2015 and put them on the roster for the South by So What?! Music Festival in Grand Prairie, Texas.

The following year, REDLANDS was one of 40 bands to perform at Vans Warped Tour, this time upgrading to Journey's Left Foot Main Stage.

The band's latest self-produced record ​​​​​​​Is There Anybody Out There? took first place as Denver's next and upcoming artist in channel 93.3 KTCL's Hometown for the Holidays.

Since then, the band has performed at many well-known Colorado venues: The Summit Music Hall, The Bluebird Theatre, and ​​​​​​​The Marquis Theatre are just the beginning of a long line of spaces to host this eclectic rock-and-roll group.

The band is currently working on their next release and has plans of hitting the road in the next few months.
VALIENTA
VALIENTA
"Valienta (Formerly known as Racing On The Sun) out of Denver Colorado are a three piece group fronted by singer-songwriter Alfonso Cervantes. The band has been touring coast to coast in the US rapidly gaining national attention with their electric live set and powerful and catchy songs. Emerging out of the Alternative Rock genre Valienta have embraced a Pop style that one minute is dark and broody, then the next colorful and sweet. The band just finished recording their debut EP in Austin, TX with Producer Joseph Milligan (Formerly of Anberlin) and the record is set to release early 2017.
SUNDAY AT NOON
SUNDAY AT NOON
Sunday at Noon is a raucous 4 piece rock band hailing from Phoenix, AZ led by Jack VanDerPol, who has a charismatic stage presence that is reminiscent of the quintessential frontmen of 1970s rock bands. Jack is backed on drums by his younger brother Nate, a phenom whose skills far exceed his age and guitarists, Dylan and Anthony who are accomplished musicians in their own right. Formed in 2015, Sunday at Noon instantly became a local fan favorite and distinguished itself as a noteworthy member of the vibrant Phoenix music community. Sunday At Noon has had two singles named to the 50 Best Songs Written by Phoenix Bands by the Phoenix New Times (“Maybe I’ll Regret It” in 2015 and “Brain Damage” in 2016), and “their potential to rock seems limitless.”- Mitchell Hillman, Phoenix New Times.

They released their first demo, Burning Pictures, recorded at Treehouse Studios in Scottsdale, AZ in December 2015 recorded in Scottsdale, AZ. Their single, “Brain Damage” and pending EP release were recorded at SoundVision Recording in Mesa, AZ (previous clients include Lydia, Soilwork, Knights of the Abyss, Andrew W.K, Abigail Williams) with producer/engineer Michael Beck (Red DragonCartel, Abigail Williams).


Sunday at Noon writes and performs high energy pure rock music with the goal of connecting with fans on a personal level and sharing their belief that there isn't a situation in life that music can't fix. They draw inspiration from Led Zeppelin, Foo Fighters, and Queens of the Stone Age. Their sound is a unique blend of youthful exuberance, impressive classic guitar riffs, and richly expressive vocals.
PEOPLE WHO COULD FLY
PEOPLE WHO COULD FLY
People Who Could Fly is an indie pop band formed in 2013 and based in Phoenix, AZ. The group’s style draws influence from acts such as Walk the Moon, the 1975, Cage the Elephant and Two Door Cinema Club.

People Who Could Fly has performed with national acts including Rick Springfield, Howard Jones, Roger Clyne, and Reel Big Fish.

The band also provided entertainment for The Arizona Cardinals (NFL) in 2016.

Their album “Neon Electric” was produced by Grammy-winner Robb Vallier (Gin Blossoms, Foo Fighters, Miranda Lambert).
Venue Information:
The Rebel Lounge
2303 E. Indian School Road
Phoenix, AZ, 85016
http://www.therebellounge.com/