Connor Bracken and the Mother Leeds Band ~ Two Good Eyes ~ The Scouts

Ages 21 and up
Saturday, April 01
Doors: 7pm Show: 7:30pm

**All shows 21+—valid ID required**
Doors: 7:00 PM
Show: 7:30 PM

Connor Bracken and the Mother Leeds Band play Rock and Roll music and are based in Asbury Park, New Jersey. 

The band’s latest studio album, ‘Nightbird Motel’ released in 2020, sold out multiple live shows at House of Independents, Asbury Park, NJ and the Hard Rock Cafe in Times Square, NYC. 

Classic Rock Magazine and SiriusXM Radio have featured the band, which helped kick open the door to the rest of the country. For fans of Arctic Monkeys, The Black Keys, and The Killers.

CB&MLB are set to release their latest single “Lies”, which has cemented their standing as Asbury Park’s emissary of Rock and Roll. Frontman and guitarist Connor Bracken, drummer Rich Seyffart, and bass player Chris Dubrow have been joined by their newest member Dee DiMeola on guitar. This line-up is primed for the bigger and better in 2022 and beyond. 

Debuting in November of 2021, Two Good Eyes is an explosive three piece rock n roll machine based out of Philadelphia PA. Drawing on influences such as the Police, Green Day, and Ben Folds Five, Two Good Eyes strives to bring raw, minimally produced, original rock n roll music back to the forefront of today’s music scene. Featuring Nolan Gardner on bass and lead vocals, Nathan Hurdle on lead guitar, and Matthew Chenery on the drums, the band can be seen performing regularly around the Philadelphia area and is currently working on their debut LP set for a summer 2023 release. 

The Scouts are a five-piece indie rock outfit based out of Lancaster, PA. Formed by four friends in high school, the group has consistently produced thoughtful, anthemic songs that are sustained by evocative guitar melodies and punchy rhythms. Since the release of their debut EP in 2019 and a handful of singles in the years following, The Scouts have adopted elements of the shoegaze and post-punk genres, introducing a fifth band member in 2022 to add synthesizer to its spacious sound. While harnessing a youthful melancholy that accompanies growing up in a small town, The Scouts make music that’s wistful enough to make you reflect, but dynamic enough to make you crowd surf.

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