About This Event
We are once again joining forces with Sly Fox Beer to bring you the return of 3 of our favorite original acts to the Rivet stage! A night of many flavors, just like SLY FOX BEER… Indie Rock, Rockabilly, Blues, Rock-n-Roll, Americana and Alternative vibes with Mighty Joe Castro & The Gravamen, Muddy Ruckus (from Portland ME.) and Hot Dad Calendar. All together in one night of awesomeness and fun!
Tap Takeover Night with SLY FOX BEER
About the bands
Mighty Joe Castro & The Gravamen
Modern sounds in Rockabilly Music. Ameripolitan/Mid Century Rock-n-roll from Philadelphia, PA. Last seen somewhere between Sun Records and Creation Records.
The dynamic duo of “darkly inventive Americana” according to the New York Music Daily. Guitarist Ryan Flaherty and drummer Erika Stahl of Kittery, Maine play a grungy style of railroad indie punk blues. This stripped-down power-duo blends rootsy guitar and edgy percussion on a suitcase drum kit.
Muddy Ruckus has shared the stage with renowned artists such as Duke Robillard, James Montgomery, Cracker, Entrain, Trombone Shorty, Vapors of Morphine, Enter the Haggis, Rev. Peyton’s Big Damn Band, Elephant Revival, Daniel Champagne, Start Making Sense, Spirit Family Reunion and more.
With 3 albums and several singles under their belt, Muddy Ruckus continues to tour extensively and has rocked many festival stages.
“The White Stripes of Delta Blues” – James Montgomery
Hot Dad Calendar
Coming in hot out of Pennsylvania is the authentic result of three friends combining their distinctive styles and personalities to bring a fresh, yet nostalgic sound to the alternative/indie rock scene. Their first full-length studio album, “The Fear We Find in Safe Spaces,” produced by Brian McTear and Amy Morrissey at Miner Street Recordings in Philadelphia, PA (The War on Drugs, Kurt Vile, Modern Baseball), is available now!
- Hot Dad Calendar’s official website
- Hot Dad Calendar on Facebook
- Listen to Hot Dad Calendar’s music on Bandcamp
Event Details & Tickets
- Doors: 7:30 PM. Show: 8:00 – 11:30 PM.
- Tickets: $7 in advance / $10 day of show.