Proceeds From The Concert Directly Benefit  The American Red Cross Haiti Relief Effort

Proceeds From The Concert Directly Benefit The American Red Cross Haiti Relief Effort

Making their hometown debut, the rising Baltimore-based Indie pop/rock band Nuke the Soup will headline an incredible evening of entertainment on Friday, March 12 at the historic Senator Theatre for Baltimore’s Haiti Relief Project in partnership with the American Red Cross of Central Maryland. The show kicks off at 8 p.m. and is sponsored by BandChi! Tickets and Cheech’s Underground Live.

Joining lead singer/guitarist Mark Davison and guitarist Rennie Grant that evening are special players Jimmy Charlsen (bass), Jason Heiser (drums) and Glenn Workman (keyboards).

The band is also gearing up for their official South by Southwest (SXSW) Make Waves Not War party. The can’t-miss SXSW event will take place on Friday, March 19 at Kenichi in downtown Austin featuring live, feel-good music and some of the city’s tastiest sushi.

BALTIMORE BASED ROCKER  NUKE THE SOUP MAKES THEIR HOMETOWN  DEBUT HEADLINING A LIVE MUSIC SHOW  AT SENATOR THEATRE ON MARCH 12

BALTIMORE BASED ROCKER NUKE THE SOUP MAKES THEIR HOMETOWN DEBUT HEADLINING A LIVE MUSIC SHOW AT SENATOR THEATRE ON MARCH 12

Davison and keyboardist Brian Simms recently set out to New York City on January 20 for a performance at the Best Buy location in Union Square for its popular music series, Live at Best Buy series.

The band’s lead singer/guitarist Mark Davison wrapped the music video in Los Angeles earlier this month for the band’s latest single “Yin and Yang,” directed by George Rausch. Rausch is also credited for creating the video for the band’s first single “Filled with Dread,” also one of the most added radio tracks on FMQB’s Triple A chart its first week out. These singles and other great tunes can be found on their debut album, also the title to their debut album, Make Waves Not War, on Meteor Records.

Nuke the Soup recently unveiled the official music video for the reflective love song “Blind” from Make Waves Not War. “Blind delves into the reality of true love by realistically expressing one man’s tendency to forget why he loved, only to grasp glimpses of it now and again,” describes Surfrock.org.

The emerging rock group also caught the attention of Skope Magazine, which praised the band for their refreshing album: “Excellent musicianship mixed with a rock-solid performance = 1 big, wholesome bowl of Nuke The Soup.” Read the complete album review here.

EVENT RECAP:

Friday, March 12

Senator Theatre

5904 York Road
Baltimore, MD 21212

8 p.m.

Also appearing: White Shadow, Critical Element, the JV Myka Project, & One of Guitar Player Magazine’s Top Ten Guitarists of 2009, Wayne Johnson
Tickets: $10 in advance; $15 at the door. Click here to purchase tickets.

All Ages Welcome