Triple Goddess

Skyline Records Presents:

Triple Goddess

Hellings, Leeds, The Warhawks, DJ Taylor Mixon

Fri, May 4, 2018

Doors: 9:00 pm / Show: 9:30 pm

$10 Advance / $12 Day of Show

This event is 21 and over

Triple Goddess
Triple Goddess
Some say rock and roll died long ago, but one listen to the toe curling sonic energy of South Jersey’s Triple Goddess and you’ll know it’s alive and here to stay.

Drummer Bobby Andrews and guitarist/vocalist Frank Sacco had been playing in prior musical ventures since 2010, and while other members came and went on multiple projects, they continued together, eventually recruiting Frank’s younger brother Joseph to play bass.

The result is huge, ass-kicking, rock and roll. Triple Goddess released their debut EP PURE POWER in July, 2016. With songs like “Get Some Rock & Roll”, “Pistol”, and “Bad Boy Boogie” (AC/DC cover), it’s high-octane from start to finish.

In early 2017 Triple Goddess released their single “Born To Raise Hell” accompanied with a music video, and if you like heavy-hitting rock in the vein of AC/DC or Lynyrd Skynyrd, you’re going to love it.

The band is currently finishing their sophomore EP Ready to Burn, set to release this Spring. 2018 brings new music, extensive touring and more hard work to build on the foundation of their quickly growing fan base.
Plenty of factors have helped shape Brett Hellings, the eponymous frontman of Hellings, into the artist he is today: years of living and playing in scenes like New York, L.A., and Nashville, constant collaboration with talented players, and countless hours studying and honing his craft. But through the entire arc of his musical journey, one thing has never wavered—Brett Hellings is a wholehearted purist of Rock’n’Roll.
Motown was Hellings’ first introduction to music at an early age, thanks to his dance-loving parents. Influence from artists across the entire genre manifest themselves now in his soulful vocals and signature onstage moves. At age fourteen, his older brother let him tag along to what would ultimately become the catalyst to his entire career: a Stone Temple Pilots concert. There was no stopping it from that point—Zeppelin, the Stones, AC/DC, Aerosmith, the Black Crowes and endless other classic rock bands became his biggest inspirations. Hours spent with guitar, keys, vocals, and songwriting ultimately led to a move to Los Angeles to start a band with the same brother who introduced him to rock. It was there that Hellings cut his teeth as a live performer on the Sunset Strip and cemented his passion—especially for songwriting and performing.
After a recent stint in Nashville, Hellings is back in Philadelphia, bringing with him a completed album featuring some of Music City’s best players and a distinct sound. Well-crafted songs and infectious rhythms in every track bear witness to his long love affair with Rock’n’Roll on this record. Look out for the new Hellings album in 2018, as well as performances alongside killer acts at some of Philly and New York’s most iconic venues.
LEEDS is a band that was formed in 2011 in their hometown of Old Bridge, New Jersey.
The mission from day one was to deliver hard, uncompromising and honest rock. With their recent national radio airplay and feature interview on SiriusXM Radio, LEEDS has kicked open the door to the rest of the country and is demanding to be heard.

LEEDS has released two well received EP's. Since the band has always tried to capture their live sound on their recordings they then took the next logical step. LEEDS recorded a LIVE album at the legendary Bitter End in NYC which was released on August 1st, 2015.

On July 1st, 2016, LEEDS released their first full length album The Light In The Day. Recorded live in the studio on April 9th, 2016, LEEDS put on full display their growth and strengths with 10 true rock songs.

LEEDS was featured in CLASSIC ROCK and on the magazine's compilation disc which exposed the band to a new group of fans.

LEEDS ' brand of Rock and Roll is best appreciated live. The band has a multitude of influences but their style is all their own. They don’t try to be anything other than themselves and the purpose of their show is to entertain. When they take the stage you can tell that they love being there, and you'll hear it in the music. Their energy is infectious and their songs are pure rock and roll. Whether its performing in a small local pub or opening for national touring acts such as Slaughter and The Dogs, the band plays every show at 100 mph.

The Aquarian Weekly referred to their music as "rebel rock" and LEEDS has shown in their recordings and performances that they are willing and able to set themselves apart from their contemporaries. As Switchbitch Magazine reported, some live shows "are good and some are bad, but LEEDS is great ".
The Warhawks
The Warhawks
Born from the riverside town of Gloucester City, NJ, The Warhawks have been gaining attention for the past few years with their unique style of rock and roll. Blending influences from the 80s College Alternative scene, the Garage Rock Revival of the new millennium, as well as from the mid-20th century pioneers of rock, these four South Jersey natives produce heavy hitting, guitar driven tracks with well crafted vocal melodies complimented by powerful harmonies.
Venue Information:
1100 Chestnut Street
Philadelphia, PA, 19107