Join us at Red Light Café as we ring in the new year with Humdinger, Drucker and special guests Duo! With music to keep you moving all night long, and champagne toasts at midnight, it's going to be a party you won't want to miss!
$9 Adv – $12 Door
Doors @ 8 PM
All ticket sales are final. No refunds.
Humdinger is an Atlanta trio that offers up hummable original tunes and twists on terrific popular and obscure songs by artists including Willie Nelson, Weezer, Tom Waits, Leonard Cohen, Guns n' Roses, Phish, Bob Dylan, Nirvana, Green Day, Cole Porter, Johnny Cash, Bill Monroe, Grateful Dead, Etc...
— Clark Lee (bass, vox) is one of the finest bass players in the world. He lays down an irresistible groove you cannot ignore. When not playing with Humdinger, Clark enjoys tending his apiary and selling local honey.
— Brian Weinberg (guitar, vox) is a multi-instrumentalist who blends his various musical influences to give the guitar and vocals a unique, yet familiar and comfortable, feel. Brian finds solace in the street luge.
— Barton Kaplan (drums, vox) is an energetic beats man who knows just how to use the drums to get you tapping your feet and dancing out of your seat. He's quite a kisser too!
What do you get when you cross a mad scientist/singer/songwriter on the keys, a metal-influenced and jazz-trained guitarist, a hard-hitting drummer with years of experience on the Atlanta circuit, and the front man from local folk-rock heroes Humdinger on bass? You get Drucker, the four-piece project of longtime friends Jon Drucker, Mike Flores, and Chris Michener, plus newcomer Brian Weinberg. Drucker released their first independent deluxe EP, "Flavor of Crazy" in 2014 and received local attention with the lead single, "Run For Covers". Drucker won the Masquerade Battle of the Bands in 2014 with help from fans of the record. After playing in and around Atlanta for years, Drucker released their long-awaited first full-length album, “Staircase”, on September 3rd, 2015.
Drucker brings piano-backed sophistication and good old reckless, overdriven Americana together, and the result couldn’t be sweeter.