PzzyFoot

Rhythm N News Presents:

PzzyFoot

BAST, Conkrete God

Tue ยท July 18, 2017

9:00 pm

$10.00 - $12.00

This event is all ages

PzzyFoot
PzzyFoot
How time flies when your making great music, and playing great shows, and releasing an album. After getting together only two years ago, Pzzyfoot is doing all that and more. And it isn't just about working hard. They love to have fun doing the things that have gotten them to this point so fast in their career. This Atlanta based 4 piece are really musical chefs. Their sound is a musical stew with equal parts of rock, funk, blues, and soul with a pinch of Latin and heavy metal just to spice it all up. Lead vocalist Jamera Simmons ties it all together with her amazing singing style along with her ability to get an audience out of their chairs, on their feet and into the palm of her hand. When she takes the stage, all eyes are on her, and for good reason. But her relationship with the audience isn't that of untouchable "Rock Star", instead she becomes your musical servant for the night. Her and the other members of Pzzyfoot never fail to deliver. Their new single "Religion" is a song not so much about spirituality found in the church or through Holy Men, but a spirituality Jamera finds through the love of her family. The new album is also called Religion and will be out this summer. Expect more songs on the album that are intense, well written, in your face and, at the same time, fun to dance to.
BAST
BAST
BAST is a trio lead by guitarist and singer Vanessa Mirando. Their song Elephant is in rotation on Atlanta's 99X. Their music is powerful, angry, honest, and can grab you by the neck. Think about a merger of Rush with The Pretenders. In 2016 they won the Creative Loafing Readers Poll for Best Live Band.
Conkrete God
Conkrete God
Conkrete God opens the night with their own brand of Heavy Metal Soul. Formed earlier this year, they are the newest of the three acts. But you wouldn't know that from listening to them. And their secret weapon is lead singer Denitra. When she walks on stage a new level of intimidation walks up with her. Denitra demands your attention, no looking at the cell phone when she's fronting this band. The music is influenced by bands such as Van Halen, 24-7 Spyz, Mothers Finest and many of the bands that came out of Seattle in the 1990's. If your able to take your eyes off Denitra, check out the great guitar solo's by the guys behind her. You may have to remind yourself that these five musicians have only been together for seven months.
Venue Information:
Aisle 5
1123 Euclid Ave NE
Atlanta, GA, 30307
http://www.aisle5atl.com/