Future Stuff, Old Soul Society, Tundra Blood

High Noon Saloon Presents

Future Stuff

Old Soul Society

Tundra Blood

Wednesday, August 30th 2017

Doors: 8:00 pm / Show: 8:30 pm

$7.00

$7

This event is 18 and over

Future Stuff
Future Stuff
Future Stuff is a poppy-folk duo based out of The Midwest. The pair is made up of Gabe Burdulis (19) and Thea Grace (16). Their heavy blues influence gives their music and lyrics a sound beyond their years and can best be described as a vintage folk/pop style that will keep you on the edge of your seat, as well as tear at your heart strings.
Old Soul Society
Old Soul Society
Old Soul Society is a Wisconsin based group that is firmly rooted in Americana with branches into Folk, Rock, Soul, Pop, Roots & Blues.

Old Soul Society’s focus on the craft of songwriting is displayed in the rich, textured musical layers they create to underscore singer/ songwriter/ guitarist Derek Ramnarace’s passionately honest and heartfelt lyrics. These details combine into a powerfully stirring live performance that has been winning over audiences everywhere..

Joining Ramnarace are members of other top Wisconsin bands including: Ben Rohde on Drums/ Percussion, Andrew Steeno on Bass/ Double Bass, Leah Rachuj on Violin/ Vocals, Mark Davini on Keys, Kenny Leiser on Violins/ Guitars, Matt Becker on Keys/ Vocals, Paul Metz on Percussion, Cody Davis on Upright Bass as well as many other featured guests.

The star is already burning bright for this group and only appears to be getting brighter with the release of their debut album in March 2016
Tundra Blood
Tundra Blood
Three of Madison’s most decorated and prolific singer/songwriters have joined to form the backbone of a new musical project called Tundra Blood. With a common bond of calm and direct survival instincts in their veins, vocalists Erik Kjelland (The Mascot Theory), Corey Hart (Lost Lakes), and Gabe Burdulis (Future Stuff/Gabe Burdulis Band) are embarking on a musical quest to melt the arctic regions of your heart. With a sound carved by cold winter winds and a foundation planted in the soil of a frozen Wisconsin landscape, Tundra Blood has arrived.
Venue Information:
High Noon Saloon
701A E. Washington Ave
Madison, WI, 53703
http://www.high-noon.com/