SATURDAY
April 22, 2017 | doors at 9:00pm
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Triple Ds presents:
YOUNG ANTIQUES
JesusHoney | Ben Trickey Full Band
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Young Antiques
"Atlanta trio the Young Antiques play angry-young-man rock that draws from Hüsker Dü and the '80s Minneapolis hardcore scene as well as the Jam and Elvis Costello. With this unique, if a bit retro mix, the band creates buoyant and propulsive songs that shoot straight to the heart of what makes good old rock & roll great. With Blake Parris on bass, Blake Rainey on vocals and guitar and Kevin Charney on drums, The Young Antiques are back together after first unleashing their raw power pop and post-punk anthems in 2000 when the group self-released their debut, Wardrobe for a Jet Weekend. Their sophomore release, Clockworker, followed in 2003 on Two Sheds Music, meeting their goal of making a record that re-creates the atmosphere of late-'70s pop-punk. Since, the band has found their stride and a place alongside groups like the Natural History, the French Kicks and the Libertines."
Charles Spano, All Music Guide.
JesusHoney
JesusHoney is a rock band with Dave Railey (American Dream), Justin Gray (The Goldest),
Robbie Nelson (Cadillac Jones) derived from 90's-esque brit-pop, post punk indie, and southern rock.

Songs of long lost loves, pain, the celebration of the now and getting on with things.

Dynamic murder ballad-ish rock n roll
Ben Trickey Full Band
"Honest record. Real shit."
-Marc Maron
"Ben Trickey’s songs are about as dark as country songs get...he taps into all those lonesome cowboys—Prine, Van Zandt, even contemporaries like Jason Molina..."
-Matthew Fiander
PopMatters

Ben Trickey is a layman's existentialist, a dive-bar philosopher both driven and paralyzed by a deep fascination with life's greatest question. In his songs, he perpetually contemplates his purpose, and with a wounded, wary croon, his dark indie-folk struggles for hope in the face of desolation.

Mined from personal experience, Trickey's writing finds metaphors in the grime and grim sentiments of the Dirty South and his hometown of Atlanta. He's battled his insecurities playing hushed sets opening for luminaries such as Jason Isbell, Phosphorescent, Vic Chesnutt and Damien Jurado, in the process earning accolades from outlets like No Depression, PopMatters and even a shout-out from comedian Marc Maron.