Marc & Roni's Birthday Show featuring Ghetto Cowgirl, Banana Gun, Japhy's Descent, Pistoleros

Marc & Roni's Birthday Show featuring Ghetto Cowgirl, Banana Gun, Japhy's Descent, Pistoleros

Fri, April 13, 2018

Doors: 8:00 pm / Show: 9:00 pm

$10 at the Door

This event is 21 and over

Ghetto Cowgirl
Ghetto Cowgirl
Tempe, AZ based band featuring:
Marc Norman- vocals
Curtis Grippe- drums
Scott Andrews - bass
Thomas Laufenberg- guitar
Banana Gun
Banana Gun
Banana Gun's wants to reach the largest audience possible. They are available for tours, festivals, and regional shows. Banana Gun is a hardworking, enthusiastic group, that performs with great energy. Regardless of the crowd or venue, people will dance to Banana Gun.

"Banana Gun's live show is enriching and rewarding. Their gigs are pretty amazing and what's more, the members of Banana Gun seem to have an amazing time doing what they do best, which is getting people dancing to their eclectic musical stylings." - Mitchell L Hillman Journalist for Java Magazine, July 2012

Banana Gun has a diverse sound ranging from 70's rock, Bluegrass, funk, and R&B, which reaches a broad audience that loves to dance and sing along with the music.
Japhy's Descent
Japhy's Descent
Japhy's Descent is about planting seeds to watch our community grow. Music has brought us & those around us so much joy, that we wish to share that love with the world around us. Brian, Martin, James & Travis wish to invite you to take the plunge into the wonderful world around you. Listen to music, laugh, play, love, share, & experience the awe around you by simply being apart of it. Remember... "You can't fall off a mountain".
Pistoleros
Pistoleros
The Pistoleros started out as Mill Avenue mainstays, The Chimeras. The legendary Doug Hopkins - formerly of the Gin Blossoms - formed the group with Mark and Lawrence Zubia, Scott Andrews and Mark Riggs. The Chimeras quickly exploded on the local scene, but Riggs and Hopkins departed the group soon after.
Ultimately, Gary Smith and Thomas Laufenburg replaced Hopkins and Riggs and the crew forged onward landing a major label deal with Hollywood Records. Changing its moniker to Pistoleros, the group released its Hollywood effort, "Hang on to Nothing", which included "My Guardian Angel", written by Hopkins and Mark Zubia. "Hang on to Nothing" also featured songwriting collaborations with The Jayhawks' Gary Louris and Mark Perlman, Radney Foster and The Smithereens' Pat DiNizio. The Pistoleros furthered their recorded legacy with a self-titled effort which included co-writes with Jesse Valenzuela of the Gin Blossoms and producer Marty Frederickson.
In 2002, the band marked its 10th anniversary with the concert collection "Bars and Guitars". In 2012, to celebrate 20 years together, they re-released their first recording, "Mistaken for Granted".

Recently, the band signed with Fervor Records and is preparing to release a collection of new songs in January 2015.
Venue Information:
Last Exit Live
717 S. Central Ave.
Phoenix, AZ, 85004
http://www.lastexitlive.com/