>>RSVP This show is all ages!
"Radiator Hospital is a DIY pop band, just trying to stay alive through the power of song and dance."
"Ultimately, these songs document Cara Beth Satalino finding herself through the creation of her own esoteric world of pop songs. Like looking into a gazing globe, there’s never a perfectly clear mirror image, but if you gaze into the murky reflection long enough, you might catch a glimpse of your indelible core." - Western Vinyl
"Bitter Calm is what comes next, with the help of violinist Meg Ford, members from Velouria, a box full of video tapes, and a hand-me-down watch that doesn’t tell the time. They write loud, slow songs about love and death, and they’ve never had so much fun."
Tamara Dean Harper
doors at 7, show at 8pm / all ages / $8 (cash or card)
>>RSVP This show is all-ages :)
Priests returns to Birmingham for the first time in over two years! Those with a keen memory may recall their killer set, when they opened for Ought back in 2016. NPR describes Priests' music as "deranged surf-pop that seems transmitted from an alien sock-hop." Their work peers into the void of shame and failure, that often accompanies creativity.
On March 9 at The Firehouse they'll be joined by Too Free (ft member of Merchandise), Fake Tyrants (B'ham punk rock), and Insignificant Other (B'ham queer pop).
>>RSVP This event is all-ages :)
The Ben Smolin Experience performing live at The Firehouse.
Doors at 9:00PM. Music starts at 10:00PM sharp.
We ask that everyone please dress in their Sunday Best. (no pressure though).
Due to the small capacity of the venue we strongly advise that you buy your tickets ahead of time. There are only 80 total tickets available. There is no guarantee that there will be any walk-up tickets available the day of show. You can buy tickets here on the event page or else follow the link below. Please be prepared to show a printed physical ticket or proof of purchase upon arriving at the show. Buy tickets here.
"Please be aware that I am not doing pre-sale tickets at The Firehouse because I think I'm super popular or a rock-star or anything. There are not, and never will be, crowds of people just clamoring to get into my shows. For all I know my mom might be the only person who ends up coming to this show. I am totally aware that I am a nobody and I will be a nobody for the rest of my life. However, that being said, I throw my entire being into every single show and I want to make sure that those who want to be there can be there. Thanks!" - Ben Smolin