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Cheap Girls

Mojos Presents

Cheap Girls

Cauldron Point, Heck Yeah!

Fri, August 24, 2012

Doors: 8:30 pm / Show: 9:30 pm

$8.00

This event is all ages

If you are under the age of 21, please be prepared to pay a $2 cash minor surcharge at the door in addition to presenting or purchasing a ticket.

Cheap Girls
Cheap Girls
There's no need to check your ears or your calendars folks. It's not 1993. However, the honest and straightforward rock that Cheap Girls brings might successfully transport some to the days when slick overproduction was unheard of and autotuned vocals were just a myth. Adam Aymor and Ian Graham started kicking around the idea of doing a new band in the fall of 2006. At first it was more talk than actual work. It wasn't until the beginning of 2007 and the addition of Ben Graham on drums that Cheap Girls began firing on all cylinders. Influenced by the Lemonheads, Superchunk, The Old 97's, Green Day, Superdrag and Samiam, they produce a sound filled with pounding drums, jangly guitars and super sweet vocal melodies that harkens back to a simpler time and place. What started as an idea of a laid-back band as an extra thing to do after work suddenly transformed itself into a national and soon to be internationally touring band. They've already managed to traverse the east coast several times, tour into the southern US for The Fest and have plans set up for a European tour in May and full US tour in the Fall. With several releases under their belt, Cheap Girls keep getting better and better. Starting out with the "Throw Fits" EP (limited to 100 and all hand numbered) that they self-released and the "Find Me a Drink Home" LP (Bermuda Mohawk, Los Diaper, Quote Unquote) released in April of 2008, Cheap Girls have already begun work on their second LP. Paper + Plastick decided that Cheap Girls were too good to pass up and will be repressing the remastered version of the "Find Me a Drink Home" LP and releasing the bands newest album which is being recorded with Rick Johnson of Bomb the Music Industry and Mustard Plug. The new album is expected to see the light of day sometime around mid 2009.
Cauldron Point
Cauldron Point
It all started in early 2011 when brothers Avery and Joe decided to put down the acoustic, plug in and write different songs. Mick was an obvious choice to play bass as they had been playing together in the band Illustrated Kind (acoustic/folk/pop). All three dudes are family and have been playing together in different bands for years now but every member feels that Cauldron Point pushes them to be better musicians, song writers, and shows each individuals' talent to the max.
Heck Yeah!
Heck Yeah!
Venue Information:
Mojo's
1013 Park Ave.
Columbia, MO, 65201