Join us for the raw punk with hard-hitting lyrics of Bathhouse Janitors with special guests Daniel Hearn + Barb Moose Carbon + Burnin' Truck!
$8 Adv – $10 Door
Doors @ 7 PM
Get your mind in the gutter! Bathhouse Janitors is the combined effort of songwriters Will Dollinger, Will Boos and Waylon Ellsbury. Raw, punk with hard-hitting lyrics and a focus on LGBTQ equality.
Daniel Hearn is an accomplished pianist, guitarist, singer, songwriter, and session player in the Atlanta area. Originally self-taught, he combines the virtuosity of classical music with the accessibility and catchiness of pop. Often compared to artists such as Ben Folds, Elton John, and Billy Joel, his music covers topics from love to loss and everything in between.
In line with friends and fellow musicians such as Sonia Leigh, Sean Kagalis, and Julia Carroll, Barb Carbon rose up through the the discriminating Atlanta music scene to prove that she has the songwriting ability and vocal prowess to capture a crowd and keep them coming back again and again. Self-identifying primarily as a songwriter, Carbon has worked hard to hone her performance skills and it has paid off. She has graced the stages of some of the Southeast's premier music venues and is a familiar face on the Southeast festival circuit. Atlanta's rising star, Sonia Leigh, recognizes her lyrical strength, "Barb is one of my favorite lyricists, if you haven’t noticed, she’s an amazing songwriter…"
Burnin' Truck plays gritty, original foot stompin' music inspired by their varied Georgia roots. Evocative corn meal lyrics, stylin' malty guitar licks and a little fiddle and banjo yeast are stirred up in their Southern Mash.