The Noise FM / Hawley Shoffner / Hidden Pictures / Soul Blade
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- Sirs & Madams
- Ukey's Debut
- Untitled Instrumental
- Alexander Bell
- Anne Apparently
- Choosing Sides
- Six Forty Five
- Your Corpulent Queen
- Simple Simon
- Who We Are
- Friday, Feb. 19, 2010, 10 p.m.
- The Jackpot Music Hall, 943 Mass., Lawrence
- Cost: $4 - $6
- Age limit: 18+
Since releasing their record "Dream Of The Attack" in December 2008, The Noise FM has continued to hone their sound and spread the noise by placing songs in video games and playing elite venues like Worlds of Fun. The trio is one of Lawrence's standout acts, playing a tight-as-hell brand of riff-heavy rock that recalls acts like Muse. Check out our podcast interview with the Noise boys.
Hawley Shoffner's eloquent songs for piano and ukulele often take inspiration from biographies and historical events, but they’re artfully timeless in their dedication to good melodies and spirited performances. Her articulate piano playing may surprise folks who only know her as the ukulele-toting madam who dispensed the competition in the 2008 Farmer’s Ball. Listen to our podcast interview with Shoffner.
Soul Blade involves a soul man named Zach Shoffner and a cheap-ass keyboard. Think of the Blues Brothers, but less bluesy and brothersy. Don't be the only one in the bar not singing along to "Get Hammered Use A Gun."