This Friday at Johnny D’s in Somerville, MA - A Great Night of Music and Movember Celebration with Comanchero and Paranoid Social Club. Prizes Awarded for Best Mustaches

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Friday, November 30th come down to Johnny D’s in Somerville for a great night of music and a Movember celebration. Prizes awarded for best mustaches (male and female).

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Friday, November 30th come down to Johnny D’s in Somerville for a great night of music and a Movember celebration. Prizes awarded for best mustaches (male and female).

Friday, November 30th come down to Johnny D’s in Somerville for a great night of music and a Movember celebration. Prizes awarded for best mustaches (male and female).

Johnny D's Uptown Restaurant & Music Club
17 Holland St., Somerville, MA 02144
Paranoid Social Club - 10PM - 11PM
Comanchero - 11:15PM - close
21+, $10 cover
Tickets: http://tktwb.tw/TGd88U
Event Information: https://www.facebook.com/events/219114711554377/

Comanchero's country-funk thunder melds a rambling jam sensibility with genuine boot-stomping twang. Shades of Widespread Panic, Cake, and Wilco in these feverish Cactus Rock rhythms. — Relix Magazine

Alt-Country Rock Folk melodies combine with great hooks and catchy lyrics to create a thoroughly enjoyable listening experience. — Jane Lindholm, Producer & Host, National Public Radio, NPR Blog

Comanchero takes the stage and tears it up like old pros with their brand of self-proclaimed 'Cactus Rock.' Drummer/ vocalist Greg Moon has the crowd under his thumb with some high octane vocals and high tempo fills. There’s a slick blend of country, pop, and rock but it’s the twangy numbers that really get people on the dance floor doing the old two-step. — Kier Byrnes, The Noise

Hailing from Boston, Comanchero reaches across regional boundaries and tastes, wowing audiences with over 50 shows played to date in 2012, including festival appearances at the New England Americana Festival, Harpoon Octoberfest, America's Cup World Series, and recently sharing the stage with Crosby Stills & Nash, The Yardbirds, and Ronnie Earl. Since 2003, Comanchero has been one of the most exciting and consistent live acts in the Americana/Jamband scene. 2012 brought Comanchero into the spotlight with a track licensed by ABC News 20/20 and the release of The Undeserved, which brought them rave reviews, attracting a broad range of fans from Widespread Panic to the Allman Brothers. Never taking a moment to rest, Comanchero has plans to release their 4th studio album in early 2013.

Comanchero is brothers Greg Moon (drums, banjo, keys, vocal) and Bob Moon (electric guitar, vocals), Andrew Kramer (bass, mandolin, vocals), Sam Margolis (acoustic guitar, harmonica, vocals), and Jim Levin (percussion, vocals).

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