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Club Congress, 311 E. Congress Street, Tucson

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311 E. Congress Street
Tucson, AZ United States
5206228848

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September 2016

Erika Wennerstrom (of Heartless Bastards) (Doors at 8pm, $12-$15, 21+)

September 28 @ 8:00 pm - 11:00 pm
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Erika Wennerstrom never really considered performing as Erika Wennerstrom, despite being the heart of Heartless Bastards, the only member of the Austin-based indie rock band of which she remains the lone original member. “Half the time, people can’t even spell my first name right,” she joked.“Or pronounce my last name — they say ‘storm.’And I also like the idea of a group vibe — a team. But I’m really inspired right now and I want to keep going. If [my…

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Rocky Votolato

September 29 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
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“…a brilliant creative revitalization” – Billboard.com “Hospital Handshakes is a bona fide indie-rock masterpiece” – Alternative Press Seattle’s Rocky Votolato has been relentlessly on tour over the last two decades, as a compelling Singer Songwriter, or with his former cult-punkband Waxwing. Ten years after his critically acclaimed album “Makers” and its evergreen “White Daisy Passing”, Votolato is still connecting with and captivating audiences all over the world, and is releasing a new EP in 2016 called “Sawdust and Shavings”. A…

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October 2016

Margaret Glaspy, KXCI Presents!

October 5 @ 8:00 pm - 11:00 pm
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Margaret Glaspy @ Club Congress (Doors at 8pm, $12-15, 21+) “Emotions and Math” is not simply the name of Margaret Glaspy’s new debut album. That expression drills right to the heart of the New York singer-songwriter’s proper introduction, a mission statement both artistic and personal. On its surface, the title track talks about being a touring musician and figuring out how to see your partner, looking at the calendar and calculating how you’re going to spend time together. But “Emotions…

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Avi Buffalo with Jess Matsen (Doors at 8pm, FREE, 21+)

October 6 @ 8:00 pm - 11:00 pm
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A band started as the recording project of Avi Buffalo aka Avi Zahner-Isenberg, who built around his songs a full electric band to play live shows. The rest, is HISTORY.

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No Mas Muertas Benefit Concert with Gabriel Sullivan and more! (Doors at 7pm, $5 Donation, 21+)

October 7 @ 7:00 am - 11:00 pm
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GABRIEL SULLIVAN Gabriel Sullivan’s latest solo album, JVPITER, finds Sullivan stripping away the horns and percussion of his last project, Taraf de Tucson, to bring the focus on the songs themselves. JVPITER was written over the course of a year in Tucson, Arizona. Through the help of Kickstarter Sullivan was able to fly himself and bassist Thøger T. Lund to the Northwest coast of Denmark to spend one week recording in a secluded farmhouse with the Danish portion of Giant…

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Robyn Hitchcock with Emma Swift (Doors at 7pm, $10/$12, 21+)

October 8 @ 7:00 am - 11:00 pm
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Robyn Hitchcock We are beyond excited to welcome long-time Tucson and Club Congress amigo Robyn Hitchcock back to the stage! He is one of England’s most enduring contemporary singer/songwriters and live performers and we couldn’t be happier to have him back! A surrealist poet, talented guitarist, cult artist and musician’s musician, Hitchcock is among alternative rock’s father figures and is the closest thing the genre has to a Bob Dylan (not coincidentally his biggest musical inspiration). Since founding the art-rock band…

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Plaza Concert Series – Ian Moore with Gerald Collier (Doors At 7:30PM, FREE, 21+)

October 14 @ 7:30 pm - 11:00 pm
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Join us on the plaza for the Hotel Congress free, fall concert series bringing you great music from world renowned artists. Tonight we are happy to bring back the talented songwriter guitarist, Ian Moore, with special guest and recent Seattle transplant, Gerald Collier. Best of all, it’s free! IAN MOORE Encouraged by his parents, Ian Moore took up the violin at age six, moving to guitar nine years later. The Austin-based blues-rocker’s early influences included the Beatles, Curtis Mayfield, Stevie Wonder, and Sly…

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Mr. Gnome with Mute Swan ($10/$12, 21+)

October 14 @ 8:00 pm - 11:00 pm
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MR. GNOME Forging beauty out of chaos with their explosive fusing of widescreen concepts and surreal psychedelia since their inception, singer/guitarist Nicole Barille, and drummer/pianist Sam Meister return with the duo hitting an undeniably new energetic peak. Layered vocals, searing guitars, and driving rhythms transport the listener into another world — or, quite literally into The Heart of a Dark Star or the “belly of the beast” as they say — which comes in and out of focus but never loses its cinematic eye. In…

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Hinds (Doors at 7pm, $15-$17, 16+)

October 19 @ 7:00 pm - 11:00 pm
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We are so excited to welcome Hinds, an energetic garage pop outfit from Madrid, Spain, to the Club Congress stage! Formed in 2011 as a two-piece, the always fun and lovable group now consists of Carlotta Cosials (vocals, guitar), Ana Perrote (vocals, guitar), Ade Martin (bass) and Amber Grimbergen (drums). The band was originally named Deers, but they were forced to change it at the end of 2014, due to the threat of legal action from a similarly named band. In 2015,…

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Kishi Bashi

October 26 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
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Kishi Bashi is the pseudonym for violin virtuoso K Ishibashi. Having recorded, toured, and collaborated with diverse artists such as Regina Spektor, Sondre Lerche, and of Montreal, Kishi Bashi released his first full-length album "151a" via Joyful Noise. Receiving high praise from Spin, Huffington Post, Stereogum, Paste, and many others - Kishi Bashi was also named NPR's "Best New Artist Of The Year" in 2012.

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November 2016

Car Seat Headrest with Naked Giants (Doors at 7pm, $12/$15, 16+)

November 9 @ 7:00 pm - 11:00 pm
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Car Seat HeadRest Crafting moody and introspective lo-fi pop tunes that are melodic but structurally ambitious at once, Car Seat Headrest is the moniker used by musician and songwriter Will Toledo. Toledo grew up in Williamsburg, Virginia, where he learned about music theory while playing in the student symphonic band in junior high and high school. Toledo majored in English in college, but he was fascinated with music, embracing an eclectic variety of artists from Radiohead, Modest Mouse, and R.E.M.…

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DARLINGSIDE (Doors At 7PM, $10-$12, 21+)

November 13 @ 7:00 am - 11:00 pm
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“Pesticide is used to kill pests. Fratricide is when you kill your brother,” explains Darlingside’s Dave Senft. “A former teacher of ours used to say ‘kill your darlings,’ which is to say, if you fall in love with something you’ve written you should cross it out. We like that idea and we thought a good name for it might be ‘darlingcide’, but we changed the ‘c’ to an ‘s’ because we’re not super into death.” The naming of the band…

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THE RECORD COMPANY (Doors At 7PM, $13-$15, 16+)

November 14 @ 7:00 pm - 11:00 pm
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The Record Company write and play raw, sincere rock’n roll. Inspired by the rough honesty of their heroes—bluesmen like John Lee Hooker, early punk bands like The Stooges, and rock greats like The Rolling Stones—their sound incorporates slide guitar, distorted bass, a garage-sale Ludwig drum kit and the heartland-hued voice of Chris Vos, who grew up on a Wisconsin dairy farm.

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December 2016

The Handsome Family (Doors At 8pm, $12-$15, 21+)

December 13 @ 8:00 pm - 11:00 pm
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RENNIE SPARKS DISAPPEARED one afternoon while waiting for a flight at O’Hare. A middle-aged businessman, McDonald’s bag in one hand, rolling-bag dragged by the other— walked up to Rennie and, without pause, turned and sat down on her lap. A second later his french fries and rolling bag were on the floor and he was sputtering apologies, insisting he’d seen an empty chair. Rennie often has trouble with automatic faucets ignoring her waving hands but this unexpected airport invisibility was…

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