Marry Me w/ Yeti
April 30, 2016
The Roxy Cabaret Presents Marry Me with Special Guests Yeti
Saturday, April 30, 2016
$10 through ticketzone or $13 at the door
19 + to enter
Danny Lovelock (guitar & vocals) is perpetually barefoot and unwashed, Natalee Fera (bass & vocals) leaves lipstick on the milk carton, Kenny Dietrich (drums) doesnt like to wear clothes, and Adam Jeal (keys & vocals) is really, really, really good looking. Influenced by the likes of Jimi Hendrix, Jack White, Eric Clapton, and classic rock, blues, and punk, this Vancouver four piece stops at nothing to entertain at every show, off and on the stage.
The the product of an ambush set-up, Marry Me brings together four artists from completely different musical backgrounds (punk, musical theatre, metal, and pop-soul).
It all started when Danny (the punk) thought that Marry Me would be a great name for a guy-girl band, and not long after, met Natalee (the musical theatre buff and high school teacher) one very lucky evening. The two then met Kenny (the metalhead), who was in school for audio engineering at Pacific Audio Visual Institute with Danny. After only 3 months together as Marry Me, they won first place at Supernovas Battle of the Bands. They are constantly playing all over at Vancouvers main music spots and set out on tour in BC and Alberta over the summer of 2013. In the Fall of 2013, another PAVI friend, Adam Jeal (the soul-singing super model) joined the ranks, rounding off the band's massive sound with his keyboard and vocals.
After releasing their debut EP in April 2013, Marry Me shot their first music video for the single Ignite in mid-May. The Marry Me EP sound is blues-punk-rock. It starts with the sexy, grooving Feeling, followed by Ignite, which makes you want to PARTY. Rude is a grindy, blues jam, and finally The Bailiff is irresistible retro pop!
Says producer Travis Saunders: Marry Me is one of 2014s bands to watch out for. With their innovative style, aggressive guitars and slamming drums layered with melodic vocal harmonies that bring meaning to the word catchy, anyone who listens to this debut EP should consider themselves lucky.