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Hawthorne Heights – Tickets – Motorco Music Hall – Durham, NC – July 5th, 2017

Hawthorne Heights

Hawthorne Heights

The Second After, Take the Fall, Magnolia, The Ivory

Wed, July 5, 2017

7:00 pm


This event is all ages

Hawthorne Heights
Hawthorne Heights
Emo-punk band from Dayton, Ohio, U.S.A.

Formed in 2001 as A Day In The Life, the band soon went through some changes in lineup and musical direction, which led also to a name change.

They released their debut album, "The Silence In Black And White", in 2004 on Victory Records.

On November 24th, 2007, Casey Calvert died in his sleep while being on tour with the band.

Casey Calvert (deceased) - guitar, backing vocals
Chris "Poppy" Popadak - drums
Mark McMillon - vocals, guitar
Matt Ridenour - bass
JT Woodruff - vocals, guitar
The Second After
Emerging from a genre which has connected so profoundly with teens and young adults for many years, yet also often regarded as stale with repetitive, predictable melodies and generic lyrics to outsiders, The Second After brings a refreshing and unique sound to Pop-Punk. Their long lived passion for playing music together, combined with their dynamically intertwined individual backgrounds in such genres as Pop, Punk, Hardcore, Acoustic, Folk, Rock, and Progressive Rock/Metal make for an enticing take on the Pop-Punk/Easy-core sound. With deeply intricate and hard-thought melodies and harmonies, combined with "bouncy" and exciting energetic riffs, this quintet from Durham, NC is prepared to take their music scene by storm, and reignite a passion for a genre that has meant so much to so many.
Take the Fall
Hailing from Charlotte North Carolina, Take the Fall has been an active part of the Charlotte Music Scene since early 2012. The band strives to bring their own take to female fronted Pop-Punk, and have become the flagship band for the resurgence in Pop/Punk music in the Charlotte area. The band has been playing shows on a regular basis since September of 2012. The band traveled to Tyler, TX in January 2013 to record their debut EP with the help of renowned Charlotte-native producer Brooks Paschal (VersaEmerge, There for tomorrow). The album, titled, "It's not the end of the World" was released on March 15th, 2013, with the first single "Rocketsurgery" released on February 1st . To support the EP release, the band hit the road for "It's not the end of the world" Tour with Landing Feet First (Boston, MA) which covered a large portion of the east coast. The band has received airplay on several North Carolina and South Carolina radio stations and their single "Rocketsurgery" has gone into regular rotation on "The rise guys morning show" on 93.3 fm in Greenville. Trust us, the best is yet to come.
The Ivory
A band by Shane Crump from Alesana
Venue Information:
Motorco Music Hall
723 Rigsbee Ave
Durham, NC, 27701