|Band Members||Clay - Vox; Wes - Guitar; Levon - Bass; JT - Drums|
|# Years Experience Performing Live:||6|
|# Live Perfomances Past Six-months:||80|
|Market Draw:||Home Market: 351-400|
|Opener Experience:||Pennywise; Strung Out ; Slightly Stoopid; Rehab; The Street Dogs; Whole Wheat Bread; 311; Authority Zero; Snoop Dogg; The Supervillains; Matisyahu; Chicago Afro Beat Project; The Draft; The Briggs ; Against Me!; Hot Water Music; Jimmies Chicken Shack; Lifetime; Bad Fish; State of Man; Tim Barry; The Aggrolites|
|Similar Artists:||The Dropkick Murphys, Sublime & Rancid, all huddled together on the hood of a speeding locomotive.|
|Performing Rights Society:||BMI|
|Discography:||A Band for All Seasons Vol.4: Summer EP—2011; A Band for All Seasons Vol.3: Spring EP—2011; A Band for All Seasons Vol.1:Fall EP—2010; A Band for All Seasons Vol.2:Winter EP—2010; Here Come The Suns LP—2009; Dropping Expectations LP—2007; Blood, Sweat & Beers LP—2006|
The Bastard Suns have always set themselves apart by seamlessly blending their primary influences (punk, ska, bluegrass, folk and reggae) into a live show that borders on a religious experience. What began as a small grassroots campaign is quickly turning into a full-blown national following and it seems that The Bastards are only just now hitting their creative stride. With 2013 approaching, the boys are planning a massive Fall National Tour and are currently finishing up material for a third full-length album. Make ready, because Here Come the Suns.
Full Range Main System, with subwoofers, capable of covering the entire audience with audio levels of 110dBA C weighted across entire area and free of any distortion, hums, pops and RFI. If artist is performing as a support artist, then a sound pressure of not less than 105dBA at Front of House mix position. The system must include a minimum of three (3) monitors, & a professional console of not less than sixteen (16) channels.