The Manchester Social Club blasted onto the indie/punk scene last month with a meteoric rise on Indie Music’s top barometer, ReverbNation. ReverbNation is home to more than 3.31 million musicians, venues, labels, and industry professionals making its ranking program the defacto gauge of success for indie artists.
Fans at First Ave/7th St. Entry will be treated to tunes from the band’s new album, Soapbox Standards, which has been likened to the sound of Social Distortion and NOFX by Luis Apolaya of Stanford University’s radio station KZSU and Wilco, Blitzen Trapper and The Wallflowers by Jessie Marman of Tuscan Arizona’s indie radio station KAMP.
The Manchester Social Club blends American and British punk, creating their own sound that reminds every indie/punk lover of another one of their favorite bands; even when favorite bands are as disparate as Social D and Wilco!
Opening for The Manchester Social Club on January 12, 2014 are local Minneapolis bands, American Scarecrows and Let Yourself Go.
9pm: The Manchester Social Club
8pm: American Scarecrows
7pm: Let Yourself Go
$7 in advance /$10 at door