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Mishawaka Presents

Heart Shaped Zombie w/ Annie and the Bang Bang, and J.W. Schuller "Live on the Lanes" at 100 Nickel (Broomfield)

  July 25, 2024 8:30 PM

Doors Open: 8:00 PM
GA: $10.00

GA Public Onsale: May 29, 2024 11:00 AM to July 24, 2024 11:59 PM
Heart Shaped Zombie w/ Annie and the Bang Bang, and J.W. Schuller
"Live on the Lanes" at 100 Nickel (Broomfield): Presented by Mishawaka
Genre: Alternative/Indie Rock

100 Nickel St
Broomfield, CO 80020

Single General Admission (GA) Ticket
Standing room only along the concourse of the venue. Food and Drink service is available self-service from the bar area. Bowling is available for purchase on a first come, first served basis day of show. Special concert bowling pricing is unlimited bowling for the duration of the show for $13.45 + shoe rental. Ticket reservation required. Full restaurant service available.

About the Artist
Heart Shaped Zombie is a Post-Grunge Band from Denver, CO featuring Vocals: Louisa B., Guitar: Steven S., Bass: Hermyn M., Drums: Garrett A.

Annie and the Bang Bang are a Minneapolis rock band. Still riding the high of their most ambitious project yet - recently released double album RADIO BABY - the band finds its swagger in a Fleetwood Mac meets Nirvana or Heart meets R.E.M vibe. Known for their spirited, potent performances, they craft musical gems that value energy, animal intelligence, poetry, and mischief. Andrea Swensson says "Front woman Annie Enneking leads the group with an honest voice dedicated to telling the stories of underdogs and unsung heroes,” and David Aquilina calls RADIO BABY “A work of art. Stories told in musical short films…like mystical invitations to what I may not be able to see, but can feel.”

J.W. Schuller is a singer, guitar slinger and purveyor of quirky indie folk rock who recently emigrated to Denver from Minneapolis. At age 12, I picked up my older sister’s beat up Stella Harmony six-string and was immediately hooked. I went on to play in lots of indie rock bands, including U Joint whose biggest claim to fame was doing an annual Replacements tribute around Thanksgiving called "The Buttaball." We broke up after putting out a handful of records, so I traded in my big, loud amp for a big Guild acoustic and started playing volunteer gigs at old folks’ homes. I dove headlong into the great American songbook, doing everything from the Gershwins, Irving Berlin and Hoagy Carmichael to Johnny Cash, Willie Nelson and Hank Williams. I learned a lot in those five years. For starters, seniors are awesome. They’re great listeners and surprisingly good hecklers. More importantly, I got a whole new bag of musical tricks to mix in with my punk/indie roots. I’m lucky to be backed by my nephew Jens Larsen on drums and backing vocals and Phil Chappell on bass. 
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