Southwest By Midnight - EP Release Show

Southwest By Midnight - EP Release Show

The Glides, Carol Pacey & The Honey Shakers, Brian Blush

Sat, July 28, 2018

Doors: 7:00 pm / Show: 8:00 pm


This event is 21 and over

Southwest By Midnight
Southwest By Midnight
Southwest by Midnight is a group of seasoned musicians making music together for years. Band members have played across Arizona including the Hard Rock Cafe, The Marquee Theater, Alice Coopers'town, the Fiesta Bowl Block Party, the 3TV Phoenix 10K and Half Marathon, and the P.F. Chang's Rock 'n Roll Marathon. Band members have opened for the Gin Blossoms and The Doobie Brothers and shared the stage with members of Guns 'n Roses, Quiet Riot and Roger Clyne & The Peacemakers.
Carol Pacey & The Honey Shakers
Carol Pacey & The Honey Shakers
Carol Pacey & the Honey Shakers is one of only a very few female-fronted, all original Americana rock bands in the Phoenix metro area, AZ, USA! Original and uncommonly upbeat music written by up and coming Tempe singer/songwriter, Carol Pacey. With songs written in Americana's mix of folk, alt-country and rock and roll, Carol brings it all to her shows with enthusiasm, ease and pure joy. Originally from the East Coast, Carol moved out west and became enamored with what Arizona and Mexico had to offer. At her shows, she performs a collection of original songs, from poignant ballads to driving rockers.
Blazing up and down lead guitar is Andy Borunda, most recently from local indie band, I Me Mine and The Cyd & Andy Show, as well as Crazyblue and Obbligatto. Andy is an Arizona native and his main influences are Jimmy Page, Ace Frehley and Slash.
Keeping the beat is Ben DeLuca, originally an east coast boy hailing from the D.C. area. As a kid, he loved to make noise, and learned to play multiple instruments, and with a special talent for banging on things, the drums came naturally. On the advice of such icons as Jim Morrison and Horace Greeley, he headed west, dug the AZ way of life, and never looked back. Ben has an appreciation for many genres and artists, and what he'll tell you he's learned from those who have influenced him musically, is that, "Music is a universal language that allows us to express that which we cannot by other means, it is like medicine for the soul."
Born and raised in Boston, Dante Fiorenza studied jazz and rock bass, and in 1999 with his first band, Surrender Dorothy, opened Lilith Fair Phoenix, and he has since performed with Launching Brenda, Stephanie Kniffin and Cameo Hill. Dante's main influences are his father who, while not a bassist, is the "baddest tenor man in Boston," Charles Mingus, Jaco, John Paul Jones, and Paul McCartney.
Venue Information:
Last Exit Live
717 S. Central Ave.
Phoenix, AZ, 85004