Carver Commodore + The Dead Flowers + Dominy

Bonfire Presents:

Carver Commodore + The Dead Flowers + Dominy

Sat, August 3, 2019

Doors: 7:30 pm / Show: 8:30 pm

$10 Advance / $12 Day of Show

This event is 21 and over

Carver Commodore
Carver Commodore Pruitt is standing on the back porch of his farmhouse in the outskirts Florence, Alabama, when he notices an orb of light falling from the sky. Upon its impact, Carver examines the orb. While doing so, the mysterious light rolls toward him and stops, as if to look right into his soul. After a few seconds of searching for a sane explanation, the orb rolls back to its point of impact and ascends into the Heavens. Carver then tells his brother what he had witnessed. He explains his belief that the orb was a premonition of sorts, warning him that his end is near. He asks his brother to tend to his wife and farm so he can attend church and accept Jesus into his heart. Three days after doing so, a car struck Carver Commodore on his way home from work – and pronounced dead on sight.
The Dead Flowers
The Dead Flowers
Fabricated in the basements of the underground New Brunswick music scene, The Dead Flowers is a young Rock N Roll band that bring involuntary movement of the head and hips. The hypnotizing melodies and chest pounding rhythms combined with a captivating live performance sends shock waves through an already mesmerized audience. Fueled by a train of euphoric solos, galvanizing vocals and thundering beats, these are not you're conventional Rock N Rollers.

Truly an excitement live, these 4 bring the party. With much more to come, and for all to experience. We are The Dead Flowers
Dominy
Dominy
Dominy is a Philadelphia based indie band that crafts hook-laced, irreverent rock and roll that draws a wide array of influences that include surf, classic country, and Americana. Formed in 2016, Dominy released their debut album, 'Wet Leather' in January 2017, as well as a follow up EP that July titled 'Dry Pleather'. During their time playing in Philadelphia as well as touring, Dominy has garnered a reputation for high energy shows suffused with sardonic humor. Currently in the studio, Dominy forges ahead with their relentless energy, working on their second full length album (slated for spring 2019), the third release in under two years as a band.
Venue Information:
MilkBoy
1100 Chestnut Street
Philadelphia, PA, 19107