WEEEEE’RE BAAAAAAACK! It was such a killer party last time that we’re bringing you round 2! Con Brio (San Francisco) and KP and the Boom Boom at Lambert’s on Friday, October 9 for the Official 2015 ACL Fest Late Night Show! You better hurry and get your tickets here, because the damn thing is almost sold out already! Everything we’re typing right now has exclamation points! It’s because we’re so stoked about the show! See you there aaaaahhhhh!
512 Studios is producing a TV series of live, in-studio performances by select bands from Austin, TX, and guess what – KP and the Boom Boom is one of them! We thrilled and honored to be included in this exciting new series. You can catch each episode on The CW Austin as well as on YouTube. In fact, why don’t you check our our episode right now?
Special thanks to Omar Vallejo and Jared Aja at 512 Studios!
We are excited to announce that we’ll be opening for San Francisco band Con Brio at Lambert’s, Austin, TX for C3 Presents on June 6th.
Con Brio are playing ACL Festival this year were also an official SXSW band this year. Make sure you don’t miss this soul packed evening. We are looking forward to sharing the stage with this super talented band on the rise.
4 Walls Outro
Apple Of My Eye
Scent Of A Woman
KP and the Boom Boom formed in the fall of 2010 in Austin, TX. They made major waves around town in 2013, releasing a three-track EP produced by AJ Vallejo, debuting a music video for their single, “Feel It,” and stirring up buzz with a multitude of high-energy performances.
Come see a show and you’ll realize why the band has garnered such a strong following. Frontwoman Kate Priestley sparkles with energy at center stage. Surrounding her, her six bandmates command a critical mass of instruments—in addition to guitar, bass, and drums, there are two members blowing on horns and another switching off between a vibraphone, timbales, bongos, congas, and other assorted percussion. The crowd hugs the stage, pulsing to a singular groove.
Inevitably, your feet start to move and the scene pulls you in. Within the sweaty depths of the dance mob, what started as a spectacle starts to feel more like a happening.
“Our music is about positivity, it’s about having a good time,” explains Priestley. “We want to tell the audience that it’s OK to be human—it’s OK to go through our life journeys and feel all these emotions. You’ve got to take the positives out of the highs and lows in life.” READ MORE
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