One Bad Son, The Lazys

London Music Hall & FM96 Presents..

One Bad Son

The Lazys

Hiroshima Hearts, The Audio Device

Mon, November 23, 2015

8:00 pm


This event is all ages

One Bad Son
One Bad Son
The spectrum of modern rock is typically split into two camps, with slick commercial chart-toppers on one side and flavour-of-the-month indie acts on the other. And then there's
Vancouver's One Bad Son: an honest to goodness rock 'n' roll band that occupies a world of its own, cutting through the bullshit with cranked up amps and a resolutely DIY approach to music

One Bad Son's reputation for tight musicianship and explosive, unscripted live shows spread through word of mouth, and before long, the group was playing to sold out venues in its hometown and embarking on a string of well-received national tours. This propelled the outfit to high-profile opening slots for Godsmack, Buckcherry and Default, and the singles "Rustbucket" and "Retribution Blues" received Canada-wide radio play.
The Lazys
The Lazys have a reputation in Australia as one of the best and most talked about live rock and roll bands. The Lazys don't sweet-talk and offer no ounce of glamour. Live they are gritty, Loud, Edgy and slightly dangerous. They always deliver a fistful of Rock N Roll.

Hailing from the Central Coast NSW Australia, The Lazys have shared a stage with bands such as Against Me (US), Juliette Lewis, UK's The Answer and Aussie bands such as Gyroscope, The Living End, Grinspoon and more. In the early days The Lazys were already working with producers Phil Mckellar and Matt Lovell (Grinspoon, Silverchair). In 2009, the band signed their publishing over the Sony ATV and released their self titled debut EP. Recorded in the legendary Albert's studios, home of AC/DC, it's a showcase of the bands shear ability and consistent development.

Results in from Triple M's best Aussie songs of 2009 saw track 1 from the EP 'Hey Man' come in at number 14. Sunshine City also making its mark on FOX Sports, being used as the theme song for its summer 09/10 campaign.

Early 2013 saw the band fly to New York and work on their new record with producers Gus Van Go and Werner F. (The Grates, Monster Truck, The Stills, Hollerado, The Trews & Priestess) in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. The new album "All Fired Up" captures the bands classic Australian rock sound and sense for melody. The album is full of sing along choruses, speaker tearing guitar riffs and songs that make you want to Rock!! This is by far the bands greatest work to date with a release date scheduled for late 2014.
Venue Information:
Rum Runners
178 Dundas Street
London, ON, N6A 1G7

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