Waco Brothers - The Music of T. Rex - Wine Pairing 8/28

6:00pm Doors / 8:00pm Start

Tickets

General Admission $35.00

  • Waco Brothers

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93XRT Welcomes The Waco Brothers Performing the Music of T. Rex

The British rock band covered by the Waco Brothers. With their reckless, rocking country style, the Wacos will put on a thrilling performance.  As for the wines, well, they will also be rockstars. With tight leather pants, worn cowboy boots, and twang, this selection of wines will keep you in tune with the music. Commentary by WXRT's Marty Lennartz, and long time vino lovers Alan and Deano Waco.

This ticket includes a tasting of 5 wines as well as the concert.

"I’ve never been able to find a live band in New York as consistently thrilling and funny and fun as the Waco Brothers." —Author and former Chicagoan Sarah Vowell interview on the Chicagoist.

Ladies and gentlemen, quite possibly the best live rock band on the planet. We've seen them a hundred and sixty seven times, and the Waco Brothers never fail to entertain with their train wreck approach to country. Subtlety is for the weak, so they've chosen the path of optimum mayhem and tomfoolery. In their rollicking career, they have been called everything from the flagship act of the alternative country "movement" to pure butchery. Both are likely to be correct.

The line-up, in case you haven't been paying attention: Jon Langford (Mekons, Pine Valley Cosmonauts), Steve Goulding (Mekons, Pine Valley Cosmonauts, Graham Parker & the Rumour), Alan Doughty (Jesus Jones), Deano (Dollar Store, Wreck), and Tracy Dear (World's Greatest Living Englishman). Often filling in for Goulding on the Wacos' Midwestern jaunts is Joe Camarillo (Hushdrops).

In a world of corporate-sponsored tours by lame-o alt-rockers complaining about their hotel suites and "country" stars who owe more to Boston than Bakersfield, the Wacos go out every night and play as if their lives depended on it. Their shows at SXSW and CMJ are legendary, and every year threaten to actually collapse under the weight of their runaway brilliance. If you're not drunk, sweaty and out of money at the end of one of their shows, then brother, we pity you.

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