IT'S always a wild ruckus when Goddamn Gallows come to town, so plan your week accordingly: there’s dancing, boozing, and good ol’ fashioned rip-roarin’ revelry to be had.
Twangy, staticky and shot with a strong dose of wickedness and swampy swagger, the wandering Gallows combine mountain mentality, Americana roots, and gutter-punk ethics to create a sound folks have dubbed “gutterbilly,” “Americana-punk,” and “hobo-core.” Laced with lightning-fast picking, nasty guitars, hard-hitting rhythms, and raspy, ripped-up vocals and shouts, their songs will sink their dirty hooks in your skull and stay there for days.
Chattanooga bluesman Husky Burnette and Savannah’s A.M. Rodriguez kick off the show.
Thursday, March 3, 9 p.m., $10 via ticketfly.com, 21+
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