rice, Quins, & Whalom Park play Electric Haze Feb 6

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rice: an American Band, the Quins, and Whalom Park
to play Electric Haze for an Old 78 Farm Fall Festival
reunion show on Thursday, February 6th

rice: an American Band, the Quins, and Whalom Park will play Electric Haze for an Old 78 Farm Fall Festival reunion show on Thursday, February 6th. Doors open at 7 PM and the music begins at 8 PM. RSVP to the Facebook event here.
About rice: an American Band
Rice: An American Band formed over the last five years from a collection of Pioneer Valley musicians and friends. In that time they have performed at area clubs and festivals, including Jerry Jam, Wormtown, Harry’s Hill, Strangecreek, Old 78 Farm Fall Festival and more. The current lineup is anchored by Steve Benson (mandolin, harmonica, pedal steel, vocals), Brian DiMartino (guitar), Kyle Heon (drums), Phil Simon (guitar and vocals) and Lauryn Winiarski (bass, vocals). The lineup is fluid and ever developing with the band concentrating on original material and distinctive covers, from Pink Floyd to Warren Zevon, Cage the Elephant, Woodbox Gang, Grand Funk Railroad and more. Rice strives to produce an evocative and original show with flair and drive.

About The Quins
The Quins are not afraid to embrace their roots in classic rock, blues, punk, and soul in a way that doesn’t feel overdone and fits into a contemporary market that spans multiple genres. Their live shows reach a level of energy that engages the crowd, brings them closer together and shows the younger generation that guitars are still cool. Existing in the vein of their heroes Led Zeppelin, The Rolling Stones, Queen, Grateful Dead, Johnny Winter, Stevie Ray Vaughan, Jimi Hendrix, and The Eagles, The Quins should’ve been born in 1942 like the rock legends of old. They are not intimidated by the modern times, however, and embrace the fact that they stand alone and are willing to fight to the death for what Rock and Roll truly is: unapologetic, raw, and real.

About Whalom Park
Whalom Park is an aspiring music group from central Massachusetts, formed in late 2018 and fronted by musician Doyen (facebook.com/Doyenishere).

About the Venue
Electric Haze is a live music venue in Kelley Square in Worcester, a hookah lounge and full bar with top shelf liquor and craft beer taps featuring local and national acts.


rice: an American Band
The Quins / Whalom Park
Electric Haze
Thursday, February 6th
$10 | 21+ | Doors 7pm, Show 8pm
Facebook Event
Kelly Drew