The international sensations The Parlotones are hitting Los Angeles on November 4 and they want you to be the opening act.
Visit thrillcall.com & submit your band once a day to be chosen. Have you friends submit, tell them you’re band is the one that needs this amazing opportunity!
The Parlotones have just three full length albums and in that, have sold more albums in South Africa than Coldplay has in the US. (Crazy, right?) As they make their US run, this is sure to be a “catch them when you could” kind of show.
Click below to submit your band or the one you want to see on this show!
Tickets are available now via Ticketweb!
This year during SSMF Week, The Roxy is bring the best of the best local bands to our stage! On August 16-17, 2011 you can see the bands who have rocked us all year long and deserve the limelight of the festival.
To get you excited we put together an exclusive compilation of songs that you can listen to right here!
SSMF Locals Mix by theroxytheatre
For more information on all the bands and sets click below.
Saturday July 30 PushMethod is in Los Angeles with 28 North!
This band just released their new album full of pop inspired hip-hop and you can hear the first single “Get Lost” here.
28 North is out of Pittsburgh, PA. These guys have a classic rock/blues sound reminiscent of The Gaslight Anthem, if they were around in the 90s. Their self titled album has reached radio stations across the entire United States and have played at CMJ & SXSW.
Pixikill, The Standard Affiliates, and Plead the Fifth round off the night. For more info on the show click here.
Xyzyx (pronounced ‘ziz-ix’), returns to The Roxy Theatre again for their upcoming show, Wednesday, April 13. If you’ve seen them live before you know that this Power Pop Rock 5-piece band has some infectious tunes on their roster with some killer 4-part harmonies reminiscent of the 70’s to boast. For those of you that have yet to discover Xyzyx, you can expect to hear a cross between Weezer and the Foo Fighters with the stage presence of Spinal Tap. The band has been performing on the live circuit since March 2009, having recently opened for Missing Persons and Steel Panther, and are excited to be back at The Roxy for their EP release party.
You can check out the band’s Facebook page and Myspace pages for more info and old school tracks!
Come head down to The Roxy Wednesday, April 13 and celebrate the night away with Xyzyx with the crazy talented “The Outdoors”, Dom Liberati, and Exit 3 opening for the band.
“The Outdoors” is a five-piece rock band originally from Echo Park, CA. Their musical flow has been compared to Band of Horses, The Rosebuds, and even Radiohead and Coldplay. If you want to take the plunge into what this talented band has to offer, you can check out their self titled EP on their bandcamp page, and keep up with them on their official Twitter page.
Don Liberati blends musical styles reminiscent of The Police with Jimmy Eat World and Kings of Leon thrown in the mix. Check out his official website for more info, keep up with his twitter, and find him on Facebook and Myspace for some of his tunes.
Exit 3 is South Jersey’s Most Unique Cover Band, bringing you modern takes of some of your Favorite B-Side, Modern Rock, Classic Rock and Alternative tunes. Check out the band’s Facebook and Myspace for tracks and more info.
Doors open at 7:15
Tickets will be available at the box office by calling 310-278-9457 or at the door.
This Friday, February 4, we’re bringing some our favorite Los Angeles locals to the limelight.
Redstone Hall‘s original sound is based on a foundation of classic rock, but it incorporates an exciting array of contemporary rock, pop, and jam ingredients. They deliver a fresh and modern take on the styles established by the greats that the guys grew up listening to and studying. The songwriting is both melodic and eclectic, with a surprisingly unique sound that will immediately stick with you. They recently returned from their first national tour, but the boys got their start playing venues in the greater Los Angeles area where they became known for their improvisational jamming and energetic live sets.