Tiger Sex brings a Punk Rock Extravaganza to Louisville with The Jereactors, A.W.K (Aint Worth Killin) and Ex-Bombers.
Playing their first show in over six weeks, Tiger Sex poured out a high energy, erotically charged Punk rock show not soon to be forgotten. The show started out rather conservatively, with â€œI Get High,â€ but when they played â€œMy Wayâ€ you knew you were in for a great show. The middle of the set included an awesome cover of â€œCherry Bombâ€ by the Runaways, which had the lead singer Kelly Tiger Sex singing in the pit. Tiger Sex wrapped up their set with their single â€œProstitutionâ€ and â€œTiger Walkâ€ where fans were invited on the stage to do the â€œTiger walkâ€ with the band. Overall, the performance was Raw, Explosive, suggestive and addictive.
The Jeractors, a punk/thrash band from Louisville, Kentucky finished up the evening the right way with hard driving set of music including â€œgod detectorâ€. The Jereactors are Lester X Bolles – Bass/Vocals, Jimmy Shithead – Guitar/Vocals, and Eskoria Toxico – Drums/Vocals
Louisville locals Aint Worth KillinÂ a.k.aÂ A.W.K.Â kicked the evening into high gear with a great set of original hard and edgy music. Their 30+ minute set included songs from their most recent albumÂ Weâ€™re not waiting for youÂ like â€œBlood all over your hands,â€ â€œFelt like Superman,â€ and â€œTake you out.â€ Â A.W.K are Eric Metzger â€“ Guitar/ Lead Vocals, Tim Jay Caruso â€“ Bass/Vocals and Derek Kinder â€“Drums.
It pays to be early to a show as The Ex-Bombers, from Charleston, IL, started evening with a unique set of beatnik punk? (Thatâ€™s right beatnik punk!). Featuring songs off of the recently released album,Â Five Star Night like the title song â€œFive Star night,â€ “Mary Jane’s,” â€œOh Wow,â€ and â€œAll you have to do for me is crawl.â€ Their sound is catchy and entertaining – Something definitely to be seen. Â The Ex-Bombers are Keri Cousins â€“ Drums/vocals and Scott Walus – 8-string bass/vocals
A shout out to the Tim Faulkner Gallery (Tim & Margaret) for the awesome venue. The gallery, located in the warehouse district of Louisville, features the largest commercial art gallery in Louisville along with a coffee shop and a book store. The concert venue is outstanding, with new lighting and sound systems, a huge stage and a full bar. The Tim Faulkner Gallery is a great place to see a show.
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