Burlington, Vermont (PRWEB) July 30, 2012
Spike Hill, located in the heart of Williamsburg, has long been considered one of New York’s finest venues, where some incredibly gifted musicians continue to rock the stage and wow the crowds. July 30th promises to be no exception as The Aerolites headline a stellar lineup, which will have the venue buzzing with high energy throughout the night.
The Aerolites hail from Burlington, Vermont and take on New York for the first time after shredding up and tearing down the local music scene back home. This original funk-rock-Americana group does anything but disappoint and represents talent at its highest capacity. Led by Tom Petty sounding vocalist Jeremy Harple and keys player Vic Veve, The Aerolites are simply a band on a mission. Dannis Hackney backs on drums while ace of bass Ian Wade and fellow guitarist Micah Sanguedolce closely follow suit.
The song-writing ability of Harple and Veve cements the realization that memorable tunes are often the cause of Dylan-type poetic ability. If you listen to the lyrics closely, you become shockingly disturbed at how this band isn’t opening for the likes of Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers.
However, the guys may well be on their way to stardom after independently releasing their self-titled album “The Aerolites”. The twelve-track gem, recorded with living legends Oteil Burbridge (Allman Brothers) and Kenny Aronoff (John Mellencamp), has been blowing up on music site Bandcamp, after its release earlier this month.
Having also recently unleashed their newest tune, “Sunny Day”, which many Vermont residents have turned into an overnight hit, the band hopes to infuse a comparable level of excitement into a new audience that will get first dibs on another fast rising band looking to break new ground.
See the Aerolites Monday July 30th at 10 p.m.