Hey Marseilles * Blackbird Revue

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April 7, 2013 8:01 pm - 11:30 pm
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Time: 8:01pm     Day: Sunday     Doors: 7:01pm     Ages: 18+ Ages    
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Middle of the Map After-Party
Tickets only $5 if you show your Middle of the Map wristband

Showtimes

9:00 pm
The Blackbird Revue
10:00 pm
Hey Marseilles
The Blackbird Revue
  From the heart of the midwest, The Blackbird Revue's worn, comfortable americana sound is beginning to garner national attention. Featured on NBC's The Voice, and boasting one of Kansas City's top ten albums of 2013 (Ink Magazine), this husband and wife duo has created a sound that is achingly beautiful, hauntingly memorable, and passionately performed. Many are taking notice. 
  They were selected as a national finalist for the Bud Light Battle of the Bands 2012, invited to participate in the Chevy Music Showcase for Kansas City, and nominated two years running as the best Americana band in Kansas City by The Pitch Magazine. While sharing the stage with such artists as Edward Sharpe & The Magnetic Zeroes, Kopecky Family Band, Gregory Alan Isakov, and Over the Rhine, The Blackbird Revue has performed at numerous venues across the midwest including the South By Southwest Festival in Austin, TX, and Kansas City's Middle of the Map Fest.

Hey Marseilles


Hey Marseilles is a musical group from Seattle, WA, that formed in the summer of 2006 after Nick and Philip forced Matt Bishop to write a song to an accordion riff and play it live for a work party downtown. The current lineup consists of seven members performing on guitars, cello, viola, accordion, piano, bass, glockenspiel, ukulele, mandolin, drums, and a plethora of rhythmic accessories. The music can be described as indie-folk, and has been compared to that…

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