Globe Hall Sunday Series Presents
Outlaws & Roadkill BBQ Show
New Ben Franklins, The Smokestack Relics, Buck Fuffalo, Lank & The Shanks, Thomas Napp for President
Doors: 3:00 pm / Show: 4:00 pm
This event is all ages
All sales are final. Review your order carefully, there are no refunds for any reason. Tickets are non-transferable. No tickets are mailed to you, your name will be on the will call list night of show. Night of show (1) bring a valid government issued ID and (2) print your confirmation e-mail and bring with you night of show. Come hungry! Check out Globe Hall’s award winning BBQ!
New Ben Franklins
New Ben Franklins have always been about sonicness... if that's a word, and I don't think it is. Since the band's formation in 1992 they have always been about making some noise. Starting out as a drum machine-driven 3 piece playing music like The Sisters wish they could (but not nearly as great as the Lorries), the band soon added a live drummer and were off. During the mid 90s, the band released three albums and saw some modicum of success as a regional band, touring and garnering radio play in the Rocky Mountain region. From '96 to 2008, the band has evolved - through a string of bass players and drummers - to its current incarnation - David DeVoe on vocals and guitar, Mark Kosta on drums, Tom Oberheide laying down pedal steel and banjo and whatever else we ask him to do, Benjamin Williams on bass guitar, and the occasional wandering musician stopping in to play something else. The band's newer music has a touch of old country in it while maintaining its sonic (and loud) features. As DeVoe gets a bit older, his songs seem to float back to the music upon which he was weaned: Johnny Cash, Waylon Jennings, Marty Robbins, Glen Campbell, etc... and all those influences seem to be working their way into the music a bit more each day, building a solid country foundation into the noisy guitar-driven rock that the band has always played.
The band is going strong in 2012, releasing a new full-length CD/LP in April and working on as as yet unnamed covers EP.
The Franklins have always been well known for their live shows, and they continue to play regular shows in the region and make occasional short forays into other parts of the country to play festivals and make short tour runs.
Call it noisy country. Call it Americana. Call it alternative country... It doesn't matter to them, as long as it's loud and a lot of fun.
The Smokestack Relics
Smokestack Relics can only be defined as a dirty swamp rock band.The two brothers sing about livin', lovin', dyin' and the hell down below. The band is stripped down to her bare essentials creating a raw roots feel. When they're not playing in Denver you may find them playing throughout the grand ol' South and Midwest, scrapin up enough cash to make it to the next show with coffee and cigarettes in hand
Six string Strummin' Cheap Beer Chuggin' Dirty Song Hummin' Texas Sumptin' Sumptin'
Lank & The Shanks
Lank and The Shanks is an alternative band out of Stephenville, Texas consisting of four members. Lank Rudolph (vocals/guitar), Daniel Dimas (drums), Stephen Lowe (bass guitar) and Beau Scott (lead guitar) all met while attending classes at Tarleton State University in 2014. Their influences include artists such as Led Zeppelin, Pink Floyd, The Eagles, Stevie Ray Vaughn, Jimi Hendrix, Eric Clapton, BB King, The Doors, Incubus, John Mayer, Nickel Creek, Johnny Cash and many more. Because their influences are so vast they have obtained a very unique sound that commands an audience’s attention. Their past venues include Filthy McNastys in the stockyards/Ft. Worth, Lola’s in Ft. Worth, The Red Goose in Ft. Worth, Bostocks in Stephenville, Tarleton State University in Stephenville, NattyFlatt smokehouse in Lipan, The Free Man in Dallas, Tim Loves Woodshed in Ft. Worth, Grady's Line Camp in Granbury, Divine wine in Granbury. Abroad cities include Campo Grange Brazil and Sao Paulo Brazil.
Thomas Napp for President