Lee Terrace : Send Off Show
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All ages admitted
Formed in 2007 in East Syracuse, NY, Lee Terrace strives to push the boundaries of modern rock and have a good time while doing it. Audiences can expect to dance, headbang, and groove to the electrifying guitar work of Kevin Metzger, expansive bass playing of Mike Sloan, thunderous drumming of Pj Sweeney, and keyboard wizardry of Ian Doherty. With two albums under their belt, Lee Terrace continues to explore new territory in their songwriting and playing, and they’d like you to join them on that journey.
Lee Terrace has had the privilege of playing with many national and regional acts, including Tim Reynolds, The Radiators, The Heavy Pets, Perpetual Groove, The Brew, U-Melt, Timbre Coup, Aqueous, Kung Fu, and more! They’re currently seeking to expand their audience beyond the greater central New York area, so if you’d like to book them for a show, shoot an email to firstname.lastname@example.org get ready to ROCK.
Steep formed in the summer of 2011 as friends pursuing and exploring their core, music. The flame ignited, and the group quickly transformed into a serious endeavor. Early on, Steep entered into the 2011 Westcott Theater Battle of the Bands. First place was secured after six months and three rounds in competition with sixty other bands. Steep was rewarded with recording time available for use at More Sound Studios, which they've since used towards the crafting of their debut album. Brain Fuel, released in January 2013, has been spotlighted everywhere from radio stations in Rio Grande to music magazines in Amsterdam.
Steep has shared the stage with acts such as Perpetual Groove, Jimkata, The Ryan Montbleau Band, Marco Benevento, Aqueous and others many others. Steep touches on a wide variety of styles anywhere from jazz-funk, to prog-rock epics, all of which are often painted with a colorful display of improvisation. To quote Syracuse University's Loud and Clear:
"Located at the corner of Chill Avenue and Groove Street (in Funkytown – the capital of Jamsville, USA), Steep did an excellent job getting the crowd nice and loose. They only played three songs, but the length and musical progression of each track acted as a perfect example of how quality outshines quantity. Weaving through a variety of musical languages, the band touched on everything from funk-rap (similar to Dispatch) to Lotus-like electro-jams."