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Tell Romeo I Hate Him & Everyday but Friday
Tell Romeo I Hate Him
Everyday But Friday
Feb 15, 2013 at 8:00 PM
The WorkPlay Theatre
Birmingham, AL
Ticket sales ended Feb 16, 2013 12:00 AM. Additional tickets may be available at the box office.
Tickets on sale now! Bar opens at 4pm and doors open at 6:30 if sound check is complete. This is an 18+ show!
Note: a $3.00 charge will be collected at the door from all ticket holders under the age of 21. No one under 18 will be admitted without someone 18+ with them. Tickets are General Admission and seating is first come first serve to 21+.
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Ticket Prices
General Admission
$10
Event Schedule
Tell Romeo I Hate Him
9:00 PM
Everyday But Friday
8:00 PM
With an irresistible combination of talent, charisma, and creativity Tell Romeo i Hate Him has exploded upon the Nashville music scene. The members of the band hail from various southern cities where their musical roots began by playing a variety of instruments. Among the five of them, they have played everything from the violin, trumpet, and saxophone to the more standard guitar, bass, and drums. Each member brings his own unique style into the mix, and together they create an innovative sound that pulls the listener in. They successfully blend their eclectic musical backgrounds to bring a fresh perspective to the pop-punk scene while flawlessly incorporating elements of their main influences You Me at Six, Paramore, All Time Low, and Mayday Parade.

The band consists of Joe Wilkinson (vocals), Zach Douglas (guitar), Christian Harrison (guitar), Cris Johnson (bass), and formally Cameron Gilliam (drums) who met while attending college at Middle Tennessee State University and through mutual friends. Throughout their musical journeys they each recognized the therapeutic effects of music. As a result, the band decided to use their passion for music to positively impact the lives of others. “Our biggest mission as a band is to love people,” says Zach. Cameron adds, “I think that’s one of our highest callings and greatest opportunities that we get to engage people in a way that they feel we really care about who they are as individuals.” The members of Tell Romeo i Hate Him understand the importance of creating unforgettable and relatable songs while maintaining a genuine connection with their fans.

Tell Romeo i Hate Him recently opened for Go Radio on the Nashville date of the Lucky Street tour to an enthusiastic response from the crowd. They will be recording their debut EP May 14-18 at The Walnut House in Murfreesboro, TN. To make the recording of their first EP special for the fans as well as the band, they are participating in One Band One Week One Studio. During the recording fans will be able to watch them live on the internet and connect with them via Facebook, Twitter, and Skype. Tell Romeo i Hate Him’s undeniable musical talent, unshakeable passion for music, and authentic bond with fans combine to create an unstoppable force sure to breakout from the crowd.

Management: tellromeoihatehim@live.com more >>>
EveryDay But Friday (EDF) recently released their first album/CD titled, "A New Kind of Optimism" with all original songs and it is fast gaining the attention of many in the industry including 2 Grammy winning producers/engineers. Their original, rock music is receiving airplay both here and, in the UK. The band consists of Hannah Rettig (Lead Vocals), Rob Avram (Guitar & vocals), Joey Raynaud (Lead guitar), Joe Ellis (Drums), and Jacob Robertson (Bass). This is their 4th performance for the SOS Music Fest concert fundraiser and are now presenting as the headliner. This band has been likened to Switchfoot, and even U2. All 5 members of this band come from different musical backgrounds which helps to create their intricate and unique sound. They are very entertaining and you do not want to miss the opportunity to see this band and get to meet them at their merchandise table for an autograph! They have fans of all ages and you will find yourself among them. Check out their music on Reverbnation at www.Reverbnation.com/everydaybutfriday. You will find other contact links, on that site, as well. As an added treat for tonight's show, Rob Avram will also, be performing a couple of duets with Alexa Rankin! If you are a country music fan, you will know Rob's cousin, Jess Franklin, of the Brantley Gilbert band. Good musical genes, in that family! Don't miss the show! more >>>