Thursday, March 15, 2012

Blind Dates reunite for Tremont Anniversary show

Posted By on Thu, Mar 15, 2012 at 2:08 PM

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Charlotte pop-punk band The Blind Dates will reunite to help Tremont Music Hall celebrate its 17th anniversary tonight. Featuring original Tremont owner Penny Craver on drums, the show will be the band's first gig in five years.

The lineup also features the heavy-trudging instrumental trio Husky, Charlotte scuzz-punk/metal icons AntiSeen, the instrumental surf rock of Aqualads, the punk of Chalkies, instru-metal duo 2013 Wolves and the pop-rock of Babyshaker.

The club, which last underwent an ownership change in 2010, continues to be the premier spot in the city to see metal acts, but that's not all they showcase. Hip-hop, rock and plenty of local bands regularly perform there. Concert diversity is one of the qualities that's helped keep Tremont going all of these years.

Starting at 8 p.m., the show will also feature DJ Hope Nicholls between sets. Tickets for the all-ages show are $10, with a $3 surcharge for people under 21.

Here's the video for The Blind Dates "Life in the Underground":

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