Monday, July 16 • Doors 7pm • Show 8pm • $15 Flat • All Ages • Buy Tickets
Sworn enemies Alex DeLeon and Cash Colligan are fighting valiantly for the affections of the same girl. With such an intense hatred brewing between the two high-school juniors, no one could predict that they would soon bury the hatchet and join forces in Colligan’s garage in order to bring their musical minds together. The Cab’s lineup was completed with the addition of pianist Alex Marshall and guitarist Ian Crawford. Although they started out as a twosome, these two building blocks were the final step to solidifying the band’s formula for something impressive — and according to their masses of fans, it was working. In fact, The Cab were already gaining an impressive fanbase through local shows, even without a professional recording. “That’s when it really hit us,” states DeLeon. “This was what we really wanted to do.”
Mixing full-throttle rock with dollops of blue-eyed soul, vintage R&B and melodic pop radio anthems in-the-making, Parachute has arrived. With roots in Charlottesville, VA, the five members of Parachute have been friends for years and have developed a sound that is all their own. Will has been playing with drummer Johnny Stubblefield, bassist Alex Hargrave and saxophone/keyboardist Kit French since they were classmates in high school almost seven years ago. Will met Nate while attending University of Virginia together, and the guitarist joined the band three years ago. The unmistakable energy on stage is a result of their friendship, and it has helped them to find many successes within their mixed genre.