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Gang of Thieves rings in the New Year!
December 31, 2018 @ 9:00 pm - January 1, 2019 @ 2:00 am
Citizen Cider proudly presents:
New Years with Gang of Thieves @ The Nail
Doors open 30-45 minutes before the show begins, please refer to the event schedule that will be posted on Facebook the day of the show!
Ticket includes free champagne toast to ring in 2019, a ballroom drop and an incredible concert!
Gang of Thieves will make you believe in Rock n’ Roll again.
Recently awarded Vermont’s 2018 “Best In State” by the New England Music Awards, Gang of Thieves are pioneering a new breed of American Rock n Roll, injecting funky riffs, catchy melodies, and electric violin into unforgettable high energy performances. From Opera Houses to Music Halls, and Colleges to Preschools, the Gang has captivated audiences of all ages from around the globe. The band released their new EP “Totem”(December 8th), recorded with Grammy-winning engineer Michael Rosen (Santana, Rancid, Less than Jake), featuring singles “Raise Your Head” and “The Way I Feel”.
Gang of Thieves was formed in 2009 when cousins Michael Reit (Vocals) and Tobin Salas (Bass) joined forces with close friend Nicholas Wood (Guitar). Since then the Gang has played close to 1,000 shows through 38 states, receiving the title of “Road Warriors” from publishers around the country. During this time the Gang was joined by family and friends alike on guitar, drums, and horns, only just recently reverting back to a powerhouse 4 piece rock and roll outfit with Taylor Whipple (formerly of Lynguistic Civilians) on drums. Previous renditions of the Gang can be heard on their Dinosaur Sandwich Party album (2011, 4 Piece), Thunderfunk album (2014, 5 piece), and Born to be Loud album (2016, 6 piece).
“Packing their live performances with high energy and unforgettable showmanship, the Vermont funk rockers bring forth a new breed of Rock and Roll to create a powerful sound palatable to audiences of all kinds” – Live For Live Music
“Gang Of Thieves has a talent for taking notes from the funk and rock of older decades and adding a new, progressive type of sound on top of it that is not only captivating, but nearly impossible to not dance to.” – The Jamwich
Rush meets BS&T…Gang of Thieves put on quite a show” – AXS