Caravan to the Creek After Party, with Dr. Bacon, Psylo Joe
$8 advance / $10 day of
Pre Party + Bus Ride (with beer) + After Party $30 advance
Are you going to see Phish at Walnut Creek? Then you will want to get yourself a bus package at The Pour House!
The Pour House Music Hall and NC Music Magazine are throwing a pre-Phish party at 3pm with BIG DADDY LOVE and an after party with a rare combined Dr. Bacon & Psylo Joe set! The ticket package gets you a ticket for there and after parties along with a bus ride (with Terrapin beer) from The Pour House to the Phish show, and back to The Pour House!..
Bus packages are available for purchase until August 7 at midnight.
The bus will pick up at The Pour House at 530pm to go to Walnut Creek. On the return trip, the bus will head back to The Pour House 30 minutes after Phish ends their show.
Dr. Bacon is a party band blending incredibly diverse instrumentation with equally diverse musical genres. Dr. Bacon features acoustic, electric and resonator guitars, harmonica, bass, saxophone, trombone, percussion, vocal harmonies and more. This instrumentation allows the band to play everything from bluegrass standards and originals to classic 90’s hits, drunken shanties and raucous party tunes to beautifully intricate ballads and instrumentals. The Dr. Bacon live experience is truly a musical spectacle. Bringing the audience on a musical journey that lulls and spikes in energy, caressing ears with lush musical beauty and whipping crowds into a tribal down-home romp, often within the same song. The sheer diversity ensures that no matter what genre of music you identify with most, you will hear something that resonates.
Dr. Bacon started as a four piece featuring two acoustic guitars, banjo, and a mandolin in the summer of 2012. This small ensemble gradually grew and evolved, incorporating harmonica, electric guitar, saxophones, electric bass, trombone, and finally drums as the band grew into more diverse and ambitious music. Dr. Bacon plays relentlessly, bringing their infectious party music to venues like The Whisky in Wilmington, The Blind Tiger in Greensboro, The Pour House in Raleigh as well as music festivals across the region like Camp Barefoot, Shakori Hills, Mantrabash, The Big What and many more. The Bacon boys have also worked with a multitude of other musicians and bands including Melissa Reaves, Coddle Creek, The Hornitz, The Travers Brothership, Brushfire Stankgrass, Pigeons Playing Ping Pong, Megan Jean and the KFB, the Southern Belles and the Mantras.
Dr. Bacon has released a self titled EP, a 6 song “The Kreature” EP, and their most recent EP “The Cobra”, of which the latter two are available on CD Baby, iTunes, Spotify and most other major online distribution platforms. The band is preparing a full length recording for release this Fall.
Coming from Greenville,NC the psychedelic textures of Psylo Joe began back in Spring of 2014. Meeting at a local music venue called Peasant's Pub during open mic sessions, the band formed a relationship and started playing music together. Bryan and Matt formed the idea back in college playing with friends and had a barn that was called the «Silo» in the backyard of Bryan's college house where they held many parties. The first part of the name «Psylo» comes from the barn they started in, but spell it with a «P-s-y» to relate to the Psyches of the mind (Music moves our mind). «Joe» resembles that each person is just like you and I, average Joe's.
Psylo Joe is an improvisational band who explores divergent areas of music such as funk, rock, acid jazz, blues, and traditional. The band consists of Bryan (guitar, vox), Matt (Bass) George (guitar, vox), Hunter (saxophone), and Tom (drums). The band has taken their artistry all across North Carolina, and have developed a loyal and congenial following. Psylo Joe provides an elevation of the mind and soul, and is surely one of the most welcoming bands around
— Charlie («Mr. Charlie») Powers
The most striking quality of A Peasant's Life is the band's ability to capture the energy of a live show on the album. They're all very in sync with each other when it comes to both energy and rhythm. Each member is comfortable pushing and pulling on the beat in various places and they all seem to know where the other players will be. It's this type of intuitive playing that defines their own sound and makes them such a great live show to see.
— Brian Swenk (Homegrown Music Network, Big Daddy Love)