The Go Rounds – “An Unconventional Evening”

 

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8:00 pm

October 30, 2021

The Go Rounds make their long-awaited return to The Livery stage as they bring us this “unconventional evening” of music, Mask-querading, and merrymaking!

Saturday, October 30th, 2021
7pm doors | 8pm show
$15 admission –  CLICK HERE TO BUY TICKETS!

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“On October 30, The Go Rounds & The Livery are teaming up to present an oddity unlike anything else on Earth or Mars. This ‘Mask-querade Ball’ will feature the band irreverently honoring Nicolas Cage movie characters, and encourage the crowd to bring their favorite ubiquitous A-Lister-in-redundant-historical-fantasy-action-films! National Treasure, The Mummy, Indiana Jones…so many wonderfully terrible movies!

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The Go Rounds are one of contemporary indie rock’s most creative groups, a bold and visionary collection of talented musicians that have forged a reputation as innovators over the course of five studio albums and countless live performances. Hailing from Kalamazoo, Michigan, they’ve firmly established themselves in the Great Lakes music community, becoming staples of the local festival circuit while taking their electric live show from coast to coast, from SXSW to Chicago’s Green Music Fest. Having shared the stage with Jeff Tweedy, Delicate Steve, Mandolin Orange, The Wood Brothers, Caroline Rose, The War and Treaty, Liz Cooper & the Stampede, and Lucy Rose, The Go Rounds are seriously experienced performers with the material to back it up.

Described as a blend of psychedelia, Americana, twang-rock and jelly-roll with a healthy dose of pop sensibility holding things together, The Go Rounds write music that sounds like bits and pieces of all your favorite bands exploded into rock ‘n roll confetti. Fingerpicked guitar, fuzzy distorted tones, introspective ambience, spellbinding vocals and effervescent synth-pop: they manage to effortlessly weave together a varied sonic palette through intricate arrangements that are at once accessible, engaging, surprising and evocative. Their latest release, ‘Whatever You May Be’, was described as a “multi-faceted, ambient art-rock epic” by critics, while lead vocalist Graham Parsons painted the record as an “examination of our mirrors – the places, times and relationships that hold our reflection… a fever dream, a clearing on the horizon.”

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So if you are planning on “Leaving Las Vegas” or even if you’re “Raising Arizona”, you should make plans to attend this unique “Face/Off” between band and audience!! We are all “Wild At Heart” and this will be the perfect “Adaptation” to the live concert experience!”