From their debut at ACS in July to winning OPUS 2013 a few weeks ago, The Carney Encore has taken Manhattan by storm! Vineyard is also brand new and frickin awesome, as well as the 2nd place band for OPUS 2013. Come check out these two excellent MHK bands! 21+ 10pm. No Cover.
Blessed with girl-next-door good looks—tall, slender with long, blonde locks and emotive doe-eyes—you’ll want to hug her immediately, and she’ll want to hug you, too. Yes, she’s that girl. After a brief chat with her, you realize the incredible work ethic that not only carried her on this long and complex journey, but continues to drive her to grow better with each song she writes. Yes, she writes her own songs. And you haven’t yet heard her sing.
At a time when country music is experiencing a virtual drought when it comes to women’s voices on the radio, Morgan Frazier has arrived. It’s a confident statement, but the Breckenridge, Texas native is truly a breath of fresh air for the format. While other female newcomers are positioning themselves as the next Miranda Lambert, Carrie Underwood or Taylor Swift, Morgan is simply being Morgan.
$8 Entry. 18+
Forming in December 2012. The Summit has been described to sound similar to Phoenix, Kings of Leon, Death Cab for Cutie, and My Morning Jacket.
“TheSummit” was created from the ashes of Burning Symmetry06/24/2010 – 05/20/2012 a powerful rock band in the vein of Paramore. Burning Symmetry played their last show on May 20th, 2012 at Aftershock in Shawnee KS supporting Smile Empty Soul and 3 Pill Morning. Burning Symmetry’s one full length release called “Imperfections” is available on Itunes, Amazon & CDBaby.
10pm. 21+ No Cover.
A long time ago, at the dawn of the Atomic Age, a succession of no-good punks and ill-mannered teenagers took the best of American roots music — hard-partying honky tonk country, searing gutbucket blues and lonesome hillbilly twang — and distilled it into a potent moonshine known as rockabilly. This combustible formula, passed down through the generations, forms the heart of the revved-up stylings of Delilah DeWylde and the Lost Boys.
Mixing their own self-penned songs with vintage country/honky tonk hits, rockabilly favorites, and surf gems by such artists as Hank Williams Sr., Johnny Cash, Wanda Jackson, Buck Owens, Gene Vincent, and Dick Dale, Delilah and the Lost Boys come out on stage looking and sounding like a step back in time. Dressed to the nines in the tradition of pre-color television, the band thrilled audiences across the Midwest with its spirited performances.
Delilah DeWylde and the Lost Boys. 10pm. 21+ No Cover!
OH SHIT! Andy Frasco is back in Manhappiness after his packed out Aggiefest 2013 performance, and this time local wonders The Field Day Jitters along with KC rockers Not A Planet will be joining the party! Don’t miss this amazing combo!
10pm. 18+ $5 Cover.
The Draper Family Band is back at ACS this November with their amazing blues funk awesome! Come check out the most gorgeous Hammond B3 on Earth, and the amazing family that rocks with it!
10pm. 21+ No Cover!
Salina country act Rob Northcutt will be in town bringing the twang and growl!
Get ready for a PBR chuggin, banjo pickin, helluva party for the Sunday before Thanksgiving with The Whistle Pigs and The Boondogglers at ACS!
10pm 21+ No Cover!
Chris Aytes & The Good Ambition is back again (after the super awesome Rock N Roll Garage Sale Part Deux) to rock socks into non-existence! Joining them will be Lawrence-based Something and the Whatevers, and Springfield, MO-based My Rotten Self!
10pm. 21+ No Cover!
We’re calling this one Graduation Devastation. Come see four amazing bands from the KC/Lawrence area after Mom & Dad go home for the night. 21+. No Cover!