Sunday, March 30, the famous punk band, The Bouncing Souls, will be playing at GURU in Panama City, Panama. Local bands begin performing at 1:00 in the afternoon, starting with La Pelota y Que?, Caras de Hambre, Factor VIII, and Calibre 57. Pre-sale tickets are $7.00 and $10.00 at the door.
The Bouncing Souls, who got their name from a Doc Marten campaign description, are from New Jersey and have been around since 1987, redefining the punk rock music scene with their light hearted up-beat sound.
The Bouncing Souls impressive career includes: thirteen albums, a double DVD set and three split releases one with the more popularly known band, Anti-Flag.
The Bouncing Souls newest disc, The Gold Album, is rumored to be their piece de resistance; about it Ed Erlenmeyer writes:
“Sure, the Bouncing Souls have written some great tunes, but never have so many been put onto one cohesive disc. All the energy of their first few albums are evident as well as the youthful melody of their latter ones. The difference here is an obvious maturity in their ability to craft a multi-layered song that isn’t overly complicated and still accessible to old school fans.”
New fans, old school fans, or those looking for a fun event, head over to GURU tomorrow.
Not familiar with their sound? Check out: http://www.myspace.com/bouncingsouls
|Written by Cailey Halloran|
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Filed under: News on March 29th, 2008