Lucy, Good Fiction, Dutch Tulips

Putnam Place, 63a Putnam Street, Saratoga Springs, NY 12866

June 30, 2018 9:00 pm - 1:00 am Putnam Place, 63a Putnam Street, Saratoga Springs, NY 12866

Doors: 8:00pm
Show: 9:00pm

Ages: 18+ (note: there is a $5 surcharge for attendees under 21)

Tickets: $7

 

 

Mixing the guitar-rock emphasis of Tears for Fears and Kings of Leon with songwriting influence from artists such as The National and The War on Drugs, Lucy creates Pop/Rock melodies on top of guitar based hooks. Formed in Saratoga Springs, New York in 2014 by singer/songwriter Jake Brooks, guitarist Johnny Gravitt, vocalist Ali Genevich and drummer Kyle Squires, Lucy has gone on to support a number of national acts, including: Cold War Kids, Circa Waves, July Talk, and Colony House. The band spent much of 2017 crafting their forthcoming debut EP with Producer/Songwriter, Tommy Eichmann (Alex Winston, Twin Wave, VHS Collection). With a sound equal parts intimate and desolate, the band deftly maneuvers through Indie Rock and Pop, creating their unique sonic world. This is Lucy. Music coming soon.

Band Website: www.abandcalledlucy.com

 

The three-piece bombastic rock band hails from Albany, NY. Their lineup consists of members Patrick Grace (Vocals,Drums), Alex Wollyung (Guitar), and James Johnson (Vocals,Bass). After forming in March 2014, the three longtime friends immediately began work on writing, recording and playing shows locally. Word of mouth spread quickly due to their spastically energetic live performance, as well as a rock sound to back up the hype. After releasing their first EP in 2015, the group switched then bass player Taylor Abbitt to longtime friend James Johnson and began working on their first LP.

Band Website: www.goodfictionofficial.com

 

The three-piece bombastic rock band hails from Albany, NY. Their lineup consists of members Patrick Grace (Vocals,Drums), Alex Wollyung (Guitar), and James Johnson (Vocals,Bass). After forming in March 2014, the three longtime friends immediately began work on writing, recording and playing shows locally. Word of mouth spread quickly due to their spastically energetic live performance, as well as a rock sound to back up the hype. After releasing their first EP in 2015, the group switched then bass player Taylor Abbitt to longtime friend James Johnson and began working on their first LP.

Band Website: www.ilovedutchtulips.com