Black Night Revival, The Planets, Men and Whales, Crier Brothers

Black Night Revival

The Planets

Men and Whales

Crier Brothers

Mar 16 Fri

7:00 pm (event ends at 11:00 pm)

$10.00

This event is 21 and over

Black Night Revival
Black Night Revival
Black Night Revival (Formerly Known As Black Satellite) is an American hard rock band out of NYC that artfully merges ambient guitar riffs, driving drum and bass grooves, and soul-stirring vocals with an angelic choir of jet engines to electrify your consciousness.

The four-piece ensemble consists of Petar Krsikapa on lead vocals, Juan Cardenas on guitar, Rik Cava on bass, and Frank Juan on drums. Each member brings over a decade of experience and a variety of influences to the stage, including Deep Purple, Rival Sons, STP, Kings of Leon, and Audioslave. In addition to its regular rock revival throw-downs at Arlene’s Grocery and Pianos, the band has played premier NYC-area venues, such as Highland Ballroom, Bowery Ballrooom, Mulcahy’s, and Irving Plaza.


Be sure to like and follow the band’s social media shenanigans, purchase the music (there are two EPs available and a third in the works), sample the merch, and rock out at all of the shows! Black Night Revival accepts any donations!
The Planets
The Planets
Rockin' the NYC area since the '70s, The Planets pound out a mix classic, roots, and punk rock at each show.
Men and Whales
Men and Whales
Men and Whales is an original rock outfit based in Queens, NY whose sounds summon the pop sensibilities shared by bands the likes of Superdrag, Weezer, and the Foo Fighters.
Crier Brothers
Crier Brothers
"Churning out a bracing breed of music that drinks deeply from the well of their Seattle-meets-Brooklyn roots, Crier Brothers play real rock ‘n roll that some of us desperately need today. Born out of the live Empire Vista collective sessions, a roaring force fueled by low-end melodies was created in New York City to tell their story from the gut.

Harkening back to the time before the alternative tag was bastardized, they barrel through the bullshit led by a three-guitar cordon and clockwork rhythm backing. Filmmakers, writers and general raconteurs Jason S. Dennie and James G. Barry, the original brothers, are here as a reminder that authenticity isn’t dead."
Venue Information:
Arlene's Grocery
95 Stanton St.
New York, NY, 10002
http://www.arlenesgrocery.net/