Cougar Bait Joins Boston's Biggest Thanksgiving Weekend Show
Boston's own Cougar Bait has been added to Scene Stand 2 at the Middle East Downstairs in Cambridge MA on Saturday November 24th.
Unregular Radio declares, "We're calling to the streets once again and showing some love to the local scene. The sequel to the hugely successful first concert showcase, the Scene Stand is back to shine the spotlight on the underground. Get the bang out of your buck with a whole night packed with killer bands back to back."
Where: Middle East Downstairs 472 Massachusetts Ave, Cambridge, MA 02139
When: Saturday Nov 24th 7:30
Who:18+ to enter, 21+ to drink
Cost: $8 Advance tickets (from band) $12 at the door
Since its birth in 2009, the Boston based Rocktronica band Cougar Bait has
been making its mark on the New England scene. Dubbed "Massachusetts's
most notorious new band" by Pulse Magazine, Cougar Bait has built a
reputation on their high energy live performances. In 2012, Cougar Bait led all
other artists by being nominated for five Worcester Music Awards, including
Best CD and Best Up and Coming Artist. In June, the band captured the 2012
Worcester “More than Just a Battle” of the bands at Tammany Hall. Their latest
Cougar Bait features Chest Rockwell on Lead Vocals, Guitar, and Synth, Rod “the bod” Hamilton on Lead Guitar and Vocals, CT Luscious on Drums, and Buck Strokem on Bass.
This band fuses rock with funk, electronica, dance, and even live dubstep to create a sound all their own.
Pulse Magazine hails, "the electrifying, hard rocking hip thrusting new band with the hilarious name... is quickly establishing themselves as Massachusetts' most notorious new band."
Unregular Radio says, "Their vibe has a glam-funk pulse with a classic rock
Mark Kaye of Hear Now Live Productions states "Every once in a while I
get to book and work a show with a band that is genre defying and pushes the
envelope the way Cougar Bait did tonight. These kids are bad-ass.”
Daughters, lock up your mothers; This is Cougar Bait!
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