No Justice Coming to the Lucky Mule February 7th With Special Guest Six Market Blvd. [VIDEO]
No Justice keeps improving with each studio effort. Since receiving recognition from the Billboard U.S. Country charts for their 2010 album, ’2nd Avenue’, the Stillwater, Oklahoma-based band is touring the region with a new CD in hand, ‘America’s Son’. Six Market Blvd. has a great new album of their own, titled ‘Shake It Down’, released last November No Justice is coming to Abilene to play at the Lucky Mule Saloon on Thursday night, February 7th.
Cost: 21 and over $10.00 in advance, 18+ welcome with ID for an additional $3
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Date and Time
Thursday, February 7th. Doors open at 7:00pm
Six Market Blvd.
Six Market Blvd. hails from Stephenville, Texas, home of Tarleton State University where Clayton Landau (lead vocals, harmony, rhythm guitar), Josh Serrato (lead rhythm guitar, 12 string guitar, harmony, piano and organ), Ben Hussey (lead vocals, harmony, electric bass, stand up bass) and Dallas Neal (drums and percussion) met and formed the band in 2008. They had everything they needed from the start for a successful recording band: multi-instrumentalists, solid songwriting core, fluid song structure and comprehensive harmonies. So, in 2010 they released their debut album ‘Running On Seven’, which earned them two Top 25 singles on the Texas Music Chart with ‘Man Alive’ and ‘Misery And Me.’ An additional nod came from the Texas Regional Radio Awards who recently voted them Best New Band. The elements for a successful working band is something they have fined tuned over the years though it seemed for a while they were bringing in just enough to pay their dues.
Here’s Six Market Blvd. and their song ‘Misery And Me’:
Country rockers No Justice have seen their share of notable career landmarks. Since forming in 2001 in Stillwater, Oklahoma, the band has managed to record a ‘Live at Billy Bob’s Texas’ album, and their follow up to that, ’2nd Avenue’, gave No Justice their first taste of national success, with a visit to the Billboard U.S. Country Charts. Now, the band has a brand new CD out, and they’re itching to see what kind of career hurdle it will bring the band. The December release of ‘America’s Son’ marks the No Justice’s 5th CD, and comes with the band’s loftiest expectations and goals.
Here’s the video for No Justice’s ‘Just Get Going’: