The Tea Club | No More Pain: March 22, 2015

who: The Tea Club | No More Pain |
when: Sunday, March 22, 2015 | 5:00PM Show | 4:00PM Doors
where: Roxy & Dukes | 745 Bound Brook Rd, Dunellen, NJ (map)
Cost: Online Presale $22 (includes $2 processing fee)

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The Tea Club

The Tea Club 2015

The Tea Club is a band from New Jersey. The band consists of:

Patrick McGowan (vocals/guitar)
Dan McGowan (vocals/guitar)
Jamie Wolff (bass/violin/cello)
Joe Dorsey (keyboards)
Dan Monda (drums)

They have released three albums, all of which were produced by Tim Gilles and recorded at Big Blue Meenie Studios in Jersey City, NJ. Their first album, “General Winter’s Secret Museum“, was released in July 2008. Their second album, “Rabbit”, was released in October 2010 and featured guest keyboards by Tom Brislin.

In the year that followed, The Tea Club performed at the ProgDay festival in North Carolina, the Philly Film & Music Festival, and the NJ Proghouse. They also opened for Jimmy Gnecco of the band Ours. In May 2012, The Tea Club toured the United States opening for the Swedish rock band Beardfish.

The Tea Club’s third album, “Quickly Quickly Quickly”, was released on November 15th, 2012. The album was well received by critics and made many Top Albums of 2012 lists.

In May 2013, the band traveled to Quebec City, Canada to play two sets at the Terra Incognita Festival. In August 2013, The Tea Club toured the United States with Thank You Scientist. The tour included a performance at Indie Music Reviewer’s IMR Music Festival 2013 in Atlanta, GA.

The Tea Club is currently making their 4th album, which will be released in early 2015.


No More Pain


Bio (taken from Prog Archives):

No More Pain is from New Jersey with Mike ROMAN (guitar, vocals), Dan RAINONE ( drums,vocals), John MORONEY (bass) and Matt MCDERMOTT (keyboards, vocals). Their music is symphonic progressive rock with a grungy epicenter. Their music can be describe as a mellow soundscape, followed by a direct kick to the face, and are still to this day : “The only band preferred by both God and Satan”. No More Pain stands on the line drawn in the sand between rock and progressive, in the sweet spot where their music captures both the listeners ears and minds. You can hear shades of ECHOLYN, KANSAS and DREAM THEATER in their music.They released their second album “Post Human Condition” in 2015. The first album “Debate and Rhyme” was released in 2012.
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