Mercy Lounge 10-Year Anniversary Weekend To Feature JEFF the Brotherhood, Tristen, Cherub, Wild Cub and More, Jan. 11 & 12



JEFF the Brotherhood
Annually one of the biggest weekends in local rock, Mercy Lounge/Cannery Ballroom’s anniversary series traditionally kicks Music City’s year into gear, treating all to a top-tier-teaming bill of free rock some of us might actually pay for. And this year some of us (or at least some of you) will pay to see JEFF the Brotherhood, Tristen, Wild Cub and Richie (night one) and Cherub, Ravello, The Weeks and Machines Are People Too (night two), plus “many others” who will grace the Mercy, Cannery and High Watt stages next Friday and Saturday, Jan. 11 and 12.

Sadly, this year only the first 250 arriving attendees each night will get in free, with tickets jumping up to $10 for late-arriving lollygaggers — $15 weekend passes are also available for fiscally-responsible pre-planners. (Hit up the club’s site for more info on that noise.)

Happily, admission fees mean bands will probably get paid. You want bands to get paid, don’t you? Plus, these are well-rounded, uber-solid bills worthy of throwing down a Hamilton or two. Shit, has JEFF even played a proper local show since selling out Exit/In last March? Ten whole months ago!

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