Wrapping up 2014 in an ugly bow.

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Magnificent Birds of Prey have done more nesting than soaring of late, as we track and get into the nuts and bolts of piecing together our first full length album (in-progress!); however, we are happy to remind you all “hey, still here!—and we’d like to cordially invite you to our Ugly Sweater Party presented by Get It On Productions on Friday December 19th @ XO Lounge (1439 South St. Philly, PA 19147).” It’s a 21+ night, doors are at 8pm and we will be giving away gift card prizes up $50 for ugliest sweater attire.

MBOP is rocking along with our good pals Silver Skies, The Good Excuses, and The Defused with some great photography of everyones ugliest provided by the awesome Ashley of Break the Glass Photography. This is our combined holiday party/ugly Christmas sweater party as a thanks to all for your continued support, as we rocket towards 2015, together. Where would we be without friends, family and fans?—probably still playing this show, gosh darn it!!! I could tell you all sorts of awesome stuff about the other bands. Don’t have to. Just come out. They’re awesome. You’re awesome. Seriously, you want to fact-check? Go back and peruse the MBOP updates from the past few years. Lots of glowing things said about Silver Skies, The Good Excuses, and The Defused. We’ll wait. Caught up? Good, but hey guess what? This is a chance to kick your entire weekend off with some rock and roll holiday cheer!

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In case you aren’t able to make it on the 19th, or want to see us with some more fantastic bands a scant evening later, OR you’re a vampire, and are unable to cross running water, but live in the Hi-Nella, NJ area—we’ve got the Christmas party for you! We’re very happy to team up with and thank Sidecar Bookings for this amazing night! In three words, area-rocker and friend Scott Bluth summed up the theme of the evening: “Jingle Balls Rock” That they do, Scott!—and we know Baby Diaz, The Defused, and Ego Alien will rock, too. Take the $5.00 you saved for internet porn, and do something useful, ye’bastards! But seriously, this a second night to ring and rock roll in the jingle-jangly holidays and an early “Happy New Year” to 2015!—if nothing else, we’ll be showing 2014 “wassup?” one last time.

What else can I say to you birdfans? - to quote the poet “once more into the breach, dear friends” - and in this case, we give you TWO last chances to catch MBOP, before we fly south for the Winter. We’ll soon settle in to enjoy the holidays, get busy with more recording and mixing, and look forward to emerging from our hibernation with new recordings, new material, and hopefully a season’s worth of new and interesting news! Hope to see you for our 2 holiday parties in 2 nights big rock and roll December Weekend! Happy and safe Holidays, xoxo MBOP

Hey if y’all are looking for something to do tonight and an experience to be apart of then Connie’s Ric Rac is the place to be!

Its our good friend Jim Cunningham’s birthday and we are celebrating with a party for the ages, featuring a plethora musical talent including Lovebettie,Solus Rex,Magnificent Birds of Prey, and yours truly Shadowplay! You will only regret this time tonight if you miss it!

The Doors open at 7pm, hope to see you there.

First Show Recap 4/8/13

Thank You Apeiria Photography for some great shots from the night which you all can check out by clicking on the photo below where it appears almost as though we are making magnificent bird signs ha!

Saturday March 30th was our first show as M.B.O.P. at Connie’s Ric Rac. Each of us was absolutely thrilled to be taking the stage again. We thank everyone who came out in support of this great night of music and The Lost Will Follow, The Wayside Shakeup, Sonic Cult, and Silver Skies for a great night of awesome tunes. I have no doubt in my mind that this show will never be forgotten by us for it’s huge support from both family and friends. You made us feel so humbled by seeing so many familiar faces and for getting us off to such an amazing supportive start, we’re super grateful. We also want to send out a huge thanks to GasHouse Radio for keeping people informed day in and day out with their support!

This is only the beginning of a fun filled summer of shows in support of our first e.p. which…YOU NOW CAN GET ON ITUNES! Just click the cover art below. Or… If you’re into streaming you can also look us up of Spotify and as well. 

Thank you from all of us for an incredible month.

P.S. We’ll see you in Philadelphia at Finnigan’s Wake for our second show with good friends Autolyze, The Lost Will Follow, and Sweet Eureka on Saturday April 20th! RSVP the event below as a reminder!


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We would like to start out this update, by tipping our feathers to everyone who came out to our last PA show of 2013 at John and Peter’s in New Hope. Thanks again to Bhauraw for having us out. Despite being sad Ballroom Spies couldn’t make it, we were impressed by the riff-rock stylings of Wonder & Fury, and hope to hear more from them in the future. Hopefully all members of the Kelch/Rieders family and friend contingency received their “Lyle MBOP face pin”, and as always, you can receive a free MBOP pin at every show you attend. A final big thanks to John and Peter’s for letting us grace their stage. It was a very quaint little place, overflowing with character, and we were made to feel right at home from the moment we walked through the door. We hope to play there again in 2014.

Speaking of 2014—this year is quickly waning, as we scramble to wring just a little more living out of 2013. It has been a truly fantastic year for MBOP thanks to all of you. It is still hard to believe we played our first show just this past March, after about nine months of writing, recording, and pre-production for our self-titled, debut EP. We pre-sold the album digitally, thanks to many of you, and it enabled us to press our first limited edition run of physical CDs. We sold through those quickly enough that we are now on our second limited run of physical CDs and we were able to make DVDs/T-shirts/Stickers and Pins. We were lucky enough to be blessed with a ton of great press and reviews as well. CLICK HERE FOR 11 REASONS you should own our debut.

2013 started with Magnificent Birds of Prey getting involved in Gashouse Radio’s band vs. band competition, gearing up for release, and running up 15 straight wins to receive a ‘retired champion status’—the first feather in our cap, prior to playing a single live show. More importantly, we’ve made many friends this year, as a result of listening to Gashouse—through the chat room, the band vs. band competition, in-studio appearances, and the many shows we’ve attended or played with other retired champions and Gashouse-affiliated bands.

Flap your wings, and flash forward to the current date and time, and you’ll find MBOP embroiled in the hot and heavy competition of Gashouse Radio’s 2013 Tournament of Champions, with all eyes on the championship ring(s). One ring to rule them all, my precious. There are only retired champions left—Amber Ladd, The Defused, In the Presence of Wolves, The Lost Will Follow, and “yours truly,” Magnificent Birds of Prey!—each talented act has it’s own legitimate claim to the crown. We are grateful to remain amongst this field of heavyweight competition, but also glad to enjoy the music and friendship of each and every one of these amazing acts.

This Friday, we face off against our good friend, Amber Ladd, whom we wish all the best, as she continues to promote her recently released new album, eleKtro (now available—everywhere). Please tune in on December 20th, to Gashouse Radio ( between 6 PM and 8 PM, to help vote us on to the Championship Round!

Speaking of eleKtro, Lyle and Carl were on-hand for the album release, this snowy Saturday past, where we picked up our lunchboxes (signed CDs, USB drives, t-shirt, etc—the whole shebang) in-person. It was a great line-up at The Legendary Dobbs, and a friendly atmosphere, with a lot of fun giveaways. Our self-professed “roadie”, Craig, managed to swap his Nerdwolf shirt for an In the Presence of Wolves tee showing once again that all wolves can co-exist in brotherly fashion.

On the topic of all things Nerdwolf, we’d like to present the following video morsel, as a gift from MBOP to you. Please view (again and again) the video of our live performance of “Wolves a Comin’” from our 7/5 World Cafe Live DVD (only 18 left, $5 at shows). Please also remember to bring the fangs and vote for us, this Friday (12/20) in Gashouse Radio’s tournament of Champions.

Lastly, please remember to mark your calendars as we will be playing our last show of the year, a Pre-New Year’s Bash at Hot Shots (500 Gateway Blvd. RT 45, Westville, NJ 08093) on Saturday, December 28th. Also playing are The Quixote Project, and The Lost Will Follow. We hope some of you will make your way out to hear us wave our feathers to 2013, and make way for a brand new year of rock. Happy Holidays to all, and to all a good night!

xoxo - Four Magnificent Birds in a Pear Tree (Carl, Jeff, Joel, Lyle)

Mid-November Birdseed

Well, we’d like to start out by thanking everyone who came out to Big Shots in Burlington, NJ, as we played our first full-length acoustic set last Saturday (11/16). We had a fantastic time, and felt lucky to play first, so we could kick back and roost while The Defused, The Lost Will Follow, and The Mainestreet Band (brothers) rocked us deep into the (“acousticky”) night. The jams were chiller, the sound less-deafening, but the rock was still present in high spirits. I’ve always believed if you can’t rock it acoustic, in some capacity, the song has flaws from a basic songwriting standpoint. I believe our acoustic set, featuring a percussive array of “what did he just play?”, courtesy of our multi-instrumental rhythm section, really helps to show off the raw spirit, and the true essence of MBOP’s meaning and message. I am proud that our songs seem to flex, and fly, and, well—just breath—separate from the boutique pedal shop we normally tap dance through in our regular, electric set (40+ band pedals and counting LOL).

Tonight we have practice in preparation for Tom and Jerry’s this Friday, 11/22. We are playing with recent, well deserved, WMMR artist of the month, The Good Excuses, and extremely excited to meet and see Mo Lowda and the Humble. It’s going to be a great evening, and we’re hoping to see many of your smiling faces. There will be a new, larger batch of MBOP Face Pins, due to popular demand. We ran out of the previous batch quickly at our last show. These are silly, free promotions. Keep on the lookout, as we’re planning to hold a “create the next MBOP pin” design contest (great for all you designers out there!).

What else has MBOP been up to you, you ask? The answer is: “A LOT!”.

Lyle and Carl (via The Spartan Tone) have been working with the very talented Amber Ladd, to assist with tracking the last of her vocal tracks for the pending new album, eleKtro. Can’t wait to hear the final product, and we think all ya’all should mark your calendars for 12/14 @ Dobbs for the official album release.

Lyle was in attendance at the first Gashouse Radio Open-Jam at Dobbs. It seems to have been a great success (unfortunately, I was not in attendance, keep reading to see why), based on the large number of pictures posted across the interwebs. Looks like it was an absolute blast. Lyle, would you like to interject here: SWELL, mighty SWELL my friends, so glad this was just the beginning!

Carl (that’s me!) and Jeff hit up Fishtown, and Kung Fu Necktie for Turning Violet Violet (possibly their last show, so sad—such a great band—we were lucky to play with them, previously, while in Mini Mammoth), and Elsinore. Elsinore came all the way out here from Champaign, IL on tour to support their new album (out now!), Push/Pull. They are a uniquely poppy blend of rock with many subtle, spacey elements, and vocals that range dynamically from loud to soft, while maintaining a beauty that feels pushed to just before the edge of shattering. Simply awesome stuff. They say they will be back here soon, hopefully this coming Spring 2014. Be sure to check them out, as they are NOT to be missed.

In case we don’t get to see you before the New Year, we would like to wish you all a Happy Holidays, a Merry Christmas, and a Happy and SAFE New Year, as we look forward to trimming our Thanksgiving turkeys (our less “manificent” breathren), and knocking back some beers at the pending Gashouse Christmas party. It’s ugly sweater weather time, people. Make with your favorite ugly sweater, be grateful for all that you have, and be sure to find something to be hopeful about, as you look towards 2014.

2013 has been very good to Magnificent Birds of Prey, but this is just the beginning. We have things in the works for new merch, new songs, new recordings, and more shows. Keep your ears to the ground and your eyes on the skies, because THESE birds do NOT fly south for the Winter.


MBOP ~ Carl J. Kunz Jr.

A Bird's Eye View of Fall & Winter of 2014

Welcome back to the fold, birdfans!—We hope you’ve enjoyed the end of summer, and are happy to usher in another creepy crawly autumnal celebration, fraught with ghosts and ghouls, and some really fun and fabulous freebies. What could we POSSIBLY be talking about?—that’s RIGHT!—Magnificent Birds of Prey are happy to announce we will be playing the second annual Creepfest Halloween Bash, brought to you by Fallen Angel Bookings and Gashouse Radio, on Saturday, November 1st, at Shady Katie’s (8pm, 21+, $10.00, 814 S White Horse Pike Somerdale, NJ 08083). Get there early, and plan to stay all night, because the lineup is jam-packed with local talent and friends The Defused, The Lost Will Follow, and Zymotic Flow. And If that isn’t enough to tickle your tail feathers, we’ll be giving away free t-shirts with door entry as well a candy goodie bags! Mark your calendars NOW, don’t forget your favorite costume, and prepare to be rocked, cuz THESE birds aren’t flying south for the winter!

RSVP FOR CREEPFEST II (and full details) Click HERE

What else have the Mag Birds been up to of late? Well, you’ll have to wait and see in future updates, as so many wheels are currently in motion, but we will leave you with this bit of birdseed—we’ve spent a lot of time writing and pre-producing new material for recording, and are fast-approaching “ground breaking”, so to speak, on our first LP (see also: double EP). Speaking of new music, as you may be aware, we released a split with The Defused a few months back. CD copies are still available, although they are extremely limited; however, you can feel free to stream our newest songs “Statue” and “Co-Pilot” from our YouTube channel. Be sure to bookmark it, and check back frequently, as there will be video surveillance—this musical revolution WILL be televised.

If you like what you hear, share it with a friend, and keep rockin’ on!

~ Carl MBOP

Show Recap 4/22/13

Magnificent Birds of Prey would like to thank everyone who came out on 4/20 for our second-ever show, and first-ever performance at Finnegan’s Wake
, especially those who stayed for the entire evening, to catch a heckuva of an earful of rock and roll. Finnegan’s Wake really rolls out some serious sound, with the general consensus being a resounding “thumbs up” from all the performers involved.

We really enjoyed playing this set with friends—new and old—and, I will admit, it was a wonderful surprise, when our drummer, Joel, pulled out his bagpipes to close-out our set with a little unexpected flash—it definitely seemed to grab the attention of the many supportive AOH members in-attendance. You guys are great!

We’d like to thank Gashouse Radio's Dustin Dellinger, and Jim Haas (check them out:, both for coming out, and for making us Band of the Week on their station, which does SO much to help promote and support local music. Check out Gashouse Live weekdays 6-9p.m. after the 5 o’clock daily top 10, normally you can spot at least one of us hanging out in the chatroom. They really give us a meeting ground to exchange ideas with, and discover other indie acts—both foreign and domestic. As retired champions of Band vs. Band on Gashouse Live, we feel the need to help champion their cause, as they’ve done so much to help us out.

Speaking of Band vs. Band, we got to play with current Band vs. Band champs, and our good friends, The Lost Will Follow. These guys are just so much fun to be around. They’re also some of the hardest working rock & rollers we know, personally. We HIGHLY recommend you give them a listen. They have new merch (I purchased a t-shirt and displayed it on stage during our set), and are absolutely worthy of your support. We can’t wait to put together another bill with them soon.

After having seen Autolyze with Metroplex at the Khyber a month or so ago, we were chomping at the bit to rock out on the same bill as them. They didn’t disappoint. They are a dynamically loud three piece, which comes at you in waves.

Special thanks goes out to bassist, Scott Patrick McBride, once more for the fantastic cover art he provided for our debut. In addition to being a great musician, he is a talented artist, people. Artists supporting other local artists. That’s what we’re all about. That’s what makes the DIY scene go round-and-round. If you need artwork done, you should keep him in mind.

Last, but certainly not least was late-hour edition to the bill, Panophonic. Wow. Shades of Joy Division, bathed in early punk, swirling in ear candy that would have made Sonic Youth proud. Would love to play a show with you again, and this time, maybe we’ll be ready to catch your laptop when it falls—hope it made it home safe, Tom!

All in all a very enjoyable night of music, as we continue to support our self-titled debut EP. Limited physical CD copies will still be available at shows, while they last. Hurry up and get yours before their gone, and be sure to check out our upcoming events including our next show at Dabar in Levittown on Thursday May 2nd!

Apeiria Photography

Hard Rockin Summer Update 7/7/14


It’s been a while since our last update, but the past several months have been super busy, leading up to this moment: a split CD release party on 7/17 at Philadelphia’s Hard Rock Cafe (1131 Market Street), with The Defused, followed by our first ever NYC show at The Trash Bar in Brooklyn on 7/20. Buy tickets for the record release event at Hard Rock Cafe, right here or below! ($6.00, 18+, Doors: 8:30 PM / Show: 9:00 PM)


Brooklyn Split Release RSVP CLICK HERE OR PHOTO

But first we must recap our “June in MBOP”.

Magnificent Birds of Prey followed up on our Rock 4 Paws FEST animal rescue performance in May, by playing a date at “Rock and Rescue Fest” at Mojo 13 for another awesome animal rescue fundraiser, benefitting our furry friends, and hosted by The Terribles. We had a great time, for a great cause, and got to play “the first state” for the first time together. Delaware—you’re kinda fun to play, don’t be a stranger!

The following weekend, MBOP descended on Peaceful Woodlands Family Campground in Blakeslee, PA for a special all-acoustic, solo show amongst the tall trees. Big thanks to Nikki and the Depaul family for having us out to play their restful corner of the Poconos. Bag pipes echoed our arrival on the scene, with multi-instrumentalist, Joel Adams, luring in the campers for an intimate evening of music, storys, and fun. Audience participation was encouraged, as we did our best rendition of VH1 Storytellers (minus the TV crew).

The Defused and Magnificent Birds of Prey were soon after guests on Gashouse Radio’s flagship program “Gashouse Live”, where we debuted two tracks from the pending split release. We’d like to thank Dustin Dellinger for having us on what was a particularly crowded evening (we caught Dead:Stop acoustic, prior to their electric set at Dockside).The Defused debuted rocker “The Killer”, which launches us out of our seats from the get-go, with the flick of a pickslide, and a anthemic shout of “Let’s GO!”. MBOP debuted sensitive, soulful fan-favorite “Statue”, which had previously only been available on live recordings (Gashouse and XRP Radio acoustic). We’d like to thank Connie’s Ric Rac for having us as a featured act at their open mic night this past Wednesday, as we continue to push hard on the last leg (err…wing) of promotions for our 7/17 engagement at Philadelphia’s own Hard Rock Cafe. This coming Thursday (7/10), MBOP and The Defused continue to promote the split CD release, as we play some acoustic tunes and chat on XRP radio’s Aug and Kimmi show at Hot Shots Bar and Grill. If you can’t come out and have a beer with us, tune in online at the link below so you might be with us in spirit.

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On 7/17, MBOP and The Defused are going to showcase both our talents as live bands, as well as to show-off our skills in other mediums. The bands came together to plan and plot the project, recording all tracks, and mixing in-house, utilizing Carl and Lyle’s recording company, The Spartan Tone, while The Defused’s drummer, Kelly Messina-Lefrancis painted the artwork that graces both the CD face, as well as the front/back cover of the release. The Defused also plan to release a rockumentary about the process of creating this split recording. There will be freebies, as well as limited physical copies of the split available for $5.00 (NOTE: we now have the ability to process credit cards!). All in all, it’s about having fun with friends, and this whole process has certainly been a blast. Now we’re ready to share the music—both live and recorded—with you, our family, friends and fine-feathered fans.

With everything coming up between now and the split release, please keep your eyes on the skies—we’ll be dropping more updates on your shortly! Hope everyone is having a happy, healthy, and safe summer, and we hope to see all of you at the Hard Rock Cafe on Thursday, 7/17. Cheers!

MBOP ~ Carl J. Kunz Jr.

May We Rock You? Update 5/6/14

It’s festival season! MBOP will be busy, busy birds through the month of May, as we glide into a full weekend of rock and roll, as part of the 3rd Annual Elephants for Autism festival (5/16-5/18).

(Click flyer or here for RSVP and lineup information.)

Magnificent Birds of Prey are playing two dates Saturday 5/17 at Le Grande Fromage (7PM, upstairs, 25 Gordon’s Alley), and Sunday 5/18 at the Boneyard’s Alley stage (4:30PM, 20 S Virginia Ave). We were lucky enough to be part of the Elephant’s lineup last year, and this year figures to be even bigger, with more amazing bands and stages. It’s a great cause, with all door money benefitting the music program at the Archway School in Atco, NJ. Thanks to the hard work of event organizer, Jerry Ryan, we will be playing along side bands such as Baby Diaz, Stellarscope, The Terribles, Ego Alien, John Cook, Linus in the Sapphire, Hiding Scarlet, The Defused, Rodger Delany, Amber Ladd, Amelia Scalies, Layers and Frames, and the Lost Will Follow, to name a few. For the full lineup, as well as all event details, please RSVP above. There are plenty of reasonably priced motels and hotels nearby. We highly suggest booking one right now, so that you can roost with us for the weekend! If you can’t make it, please note Rocker’s Dive Radio will be broadcasting the full upstairs lineup on 5/18 between 5pm and 11pm.

MBOP will rest up, following our weekend in Atlantic City, prior to taking the stage on Saturday 5/31 as part of the lineup for the 2nd Annual “Rock 4 Paws Fest” (Medford, NJ), presented by the Paw It 4Ward Foundation (12PM to 6PM, free admission).

(Click flyer or here for RSVP and lineup information.)

Proceeds benefit medical expenses associated with local animal rescues. This a great cause, benefitting many of our furrier friends. We’re happy to be playing with so many talented artists, such as Rodger Delany, Road Dogs, John Cook, Amber Ladd, and featured act: The Defused.

Speaking of The Defused, we’re anxious to share more details about the impending MBOP/The Defused split release, which we officially announced late last month. The release party is slated for 7/17 at Philly’s Hard Rock Cafe (1131 Market Street), $6.00, 18+, Doors: 8:30 PM / Show: 9:00 PM, where both bands will play full, electric sets, and limited CD copies will be made available. CLICK HERE TO RESERVE YOUR TICKETS NOW!

The idea was to take a band with a like-minded approach to music production and promotion, and craft a four-song offering, with two new songs per band. To this end, we employed the in-house recording and production stylings of The Spartan Tone (MBOP’s own Lyle and Carl—producers!), along with professional, high-quality finishing work, courtesy of Azimuth Mastering, to create an almost completely DIY, in-house offering. Recording with friends, such as The Defused, made the entire process fun, as we got to see them in their sillier moments, and help coach them through some of the frustrations inherent with the recording process. An added benefit, which more local/regional bands should take advantage of, is combining the reach of two audiences—the goal, after all, is to be heard!

In addition to contributing rockin new tunes “The Killer” and “From the Other Side” to the split, The Defused’s own Kelly Messina-LaFrancis has created an original painting, which will be used as the cover art, and the band is also working on a short rockumentary documenting the making of the split, which will focus on all the fun we had during the creative process, giving a sneak peek into the inner workings of The Spartan Tone studios, as well as the bands in their more candid moments.

For our part, Magnificent Birds of Prey have tracked “Copilot”—a mid-tempo, rocker, which is sure to become a sing-a-long, and “Statue”, —a fan-favorite since we started playing out last year, which shows off MBOP’s chiller, more sensitive side. In the wake of JM Hash’s departure from the band, MBOP solicited furiously talented four-stringer, Scott Bluth, of Baby Diaz, to handle the low end for the recording.

The initial run will be released as CD and digital download, with the intent to press vinyl, if a short run can be done cost effectively.

Buy tickets for the record release event at Hard Rock Cafe, right here!

"The Flinging of the Spring"


(Click photo or here for RSVP and all details)

 Spring is in the air, bird watchers, can you feel it? WE CAN, so clean up your act (see what I did there?) and join us this Saturday April 5th at Shady Katie’s. We are super excited to be taking part in an all night rager to kick off the season called “Spring Fling”. This event is brought to you by the wonderful Fallen Angel Bookings. Magnificent Birds of Prey will be showing off our fine new feathery coats, as we uncork a full electric set of rock and roll on all comers. But who will be joining us in this endeavour to rock your socks right off your tootsies?

  Well, for starters, we’ve got the talented solo stylings of Amber Ladd, who has been hard at work to bring all new tunes to the stage. Amber has got the kinda pipes that will stun you into watching from the first note, until you’re shocked to realize “oh my, it’s over already”. Not to be missed. We’re also happy as heck (can’t you see the grins on our beaks), to be playing with our good pals, The Defused. These guys/gal are super fun to hang and play with. Their tunes are danceable, their beats are driving, their melodies catchy enough that we take ‘em home to the nest to sing our own lullabies. Lastly we’re joined by Rinse, Repeat who we can’t wait to meet and see live! Welcome in the Spring with Easter treats (freebies, cash prizes, and an egg hunt!), and set your sights on a date with rock and roll this Saturday at Shady Katie’s in Somerdale, NJ. See you then—support local music!


Saturday, March 8th at The Legendary Dobbs

Saturday, March 8th at The Legendary Dobbs

Saturday, March 8th at 8pm ET we have an awesome show lined up at The Legendary Dobbs! Magnificent Birds of Prey, WaveRadio, Delco Pacers, and Life on the Horizon! We are very proud of this show; the bands fit perfectly together to create a show that you can enjoy from beginning to end. Get there at 8pm, and stay the entire night! If you like 1 of these bands you will really enjoy the rest.


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