Love the Hate + Stranger Her + Maddy Walsh & The Blind Spots at Merry Widow!

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February 22, 2020

Doors: 8:00 PM

Show: 9:00 pm

Tickets: $8

Love The Hate is an American modern rock band from Mobile Alabama formed in 2015. Fronted by the powerful vocals of Doc St Andrie, the screaming guitars of Frank Killian and Marshall Mears with the steady thundering bass and drums of Leon Craft, and Trebor Genry. Love The Hate makes a dynamic mix of rock and metal for their sound with a high energy live experience. Love The Hate has shared the stage with such artists as Scott Stapp, Lita Ford, Seether, Devour The Day, Red Sun Rising, Saliva, Buckcherry, Starset, Islander, From Ashes to New and Bad Wolves.

Formed in 2014, Strange Her delivers a sound as distinctive and energetic as their native region. Composed of coastal Alabama natives, this band picks up the emo/alt rock mantle, and it’s fair to say they’re running away with it. Their work delivers the energy of an 80s DC punk show, stirs it around with emo and alt rock, and pours out pure Lower Alabama flavor. To call it purely alt rock revival would be to dismiss the gumbo of musical history the four members bring to the stage.

Maddy Walsh & The Blind Spots, a tenured, original, five-piece moxie rock band steered by a magnetic songstress and force of nature, recently celebrated the release of its fourth studio album, Talk, which they have been actively touring the country in support of. The new album brings forth a matured grasp of songwriting, socially conscious lyrics, and, on stage, as always, the group brings their signature high-energy performances, a sparkly aesthetic, and an incessant penchant for FUN. MW&TBS has shared festival and event bills with the likes of Lake Street Drive, Jukebox the Ghost, Amy Helm, Rubblebucket, Donna the Buffalo, Sharon Jones (rest her soul!), The Punch Brothers, Steve Earle, Anders Osborne, Blues Traveler, Eddie Money, Rusted Root, and Rubblebucket, among others, and they show only signs of exponential growth, as they continue to expand their touring radius, gaining new fans and momentum with each electrifying live performance. Catch Maddy Walsh & The Blind Spots on the rise while you still can.

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