FREE SHOW at Threadgill's Wednesday, October 17th! Suite 709 on at 8pm! Edison Chair at 7pm!
|Come kick off a BRAND NEW KGSR Series w/ Suite 709 and special guest Edison Chair! Hosted by Andy Langer!|
KGSR Discovery keeps you up to date with the best new and undiscovered music, and now we're ready to take things to the next level. Enter the KGSR Discovery Series, where we'll bring you some of the best up-and-coming music that Austin has to offer. Starting October 17th at Threadgill's South! The music is free and the big event ki
cks off at 7PM. Check out the inaugural lineup below!
Suite 709 played their first public shows during SXSW 2010 with no recordings, press, or even band photos; yet, the band quickly received multiple accolades including “Top 10 New Bands of 2010″ from the Austin Chronicle Music Awards, “Top 35 Bands of 2011″ Do512.com, “Best Find at SXSW 2011″ from QRO Magazine, “Hot 100 Unsigned Bands of 2011″ from Music Connection Magazine, and most recently “Top 5 Soul/Blues Bands of 2011″ at the 2011 Austin Chronicle Music Awards alongside notable acts Gary Clark Jr. and Black Joe Lewis and the Honeybears. The group continues to sell out shows in their hometown of Austin, Texas, and has developed a strong national and international following through their innovative use of social media outlets. The band embodies the soul of DIY musicianship in everything from graphic design to marketing to engineering their own recordings. Reviewers repeat, “Words cannot describe a Suite 709 performance experience.” Every show is like a party from beginning to end.
An energetic four piece rock band from Austin Texas, Edison
Chair honors the style of timeless rock such as The Who and The Beatles, while making innovative strides in the wake of popular modern bands such as The Fratellis and Oasis. Formed in 2007, the band quickly attracted attention from multi-platinum producers and major labels such as Interscope Records. With three part harmonies and songs you'll be singing long after the show, Edison Chair has developed a sound that will be hard to forget.