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The Masquerade Presents


Darling Parade

What Happened In Vegas | Lakeview Drive | 1978 Champs


7:00 PM | $10.00 ADV | All Ages


Darling Parade

Nashville, TN based alternative buzz band, Darling Parade, hasn’t made it anywhere without a fight, and 2012 was no exception.

Formed in early 2007 against the humble backdrop of fields and farmhouses, Darling Parade came to fruition after lead vocalist Kristin Kearns’ asked Nate McCoy and his previous group to play a local show in Southern Illinois. She was only 15 at the time, but even then, had a way of captivating an audience. After adding drummer Casey Conrad via Craigslist, and bassist Dustin McCoy ,the group was complete.

After a self-titled EP, and 2010’s What You Want, 2011 brought the release of the band’s 3rd EP, Until We Say It’s Over, and…

What Happened In Vegas

With a confidence devoid of stylish swagger and arrogant ego, four normal guys and one gal stroll on stage and are transformed at the count of 1. Aaron Jerome’s’ soaring vocals command the strip as guitarists Kevin McCarty and Gage Lane emphasize with riffs that glow like neon lights. Filled out by Ashley Colby’s gambling bass lines and TJ Mulawka’s high-rolling fills and beats, it is undeniable that this band is Metro Detroit’s best kept secret; but this secret won’t stay for long. Introducing What Happened In Vegas.

Lakeview Drive

Five piece, Rock/Progressive group, Lakeview Drive originated back in 2010 in Seattle, Washington. The band was apart of numerous shows and tours including: Vans Warped Tour, Bamboozle, and independent tours. Being under management of, Zach Neil; the band moved forward faster than they imagined. In 2011, the band moved to Greensboro, North Carolina for a new start in a different region. Since being in Greensboro, the band has toured, released multiple music videos, and released 2 new self EP’s titled, “Safe Haven” and “The Voices In My Head.” The band has big plans for their future and says they have no time to look back. Check out all their music on iTunes and…

1978 Champs

1978 Champs is an Indie-rock/Southern-inspired Punk Rock project hailing from Atlanta, Ga. Their full length record, “Anisah”, was written and recorded by their frontman Daniel Burdette Moll with the production assistance of Lee Dyess at Earthsound Studios in Valdosta, Ga over the span of 2012. Aaron Lecesne (formerly of The Rise Of Science) stepped in alongside Jack Fowler (formerly of Come What May) and Matthew Lynch (TrioScapes) to fill out the live band, and the group spent the summer months filming a media package to accompany “Anisah”‘s release.

It’s an Indie-rock project in the sense that everything on the record is intended to be different…

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