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Royal Trux Wolf Eyes

02/15/19 | 8:00PM

Terminal 5

610 W. 56th St. (11 Ave.) Map

212-260-4700

$40


15-02-2019 12:00:00 15-02-2019 12:00:00 America/New_York Royal Trux Wolf Eyes | 8:00PM In the 1990's Royal Trux established themselves as one of the greatest rock groups of that hallowed era. With albums of extrasensory scope ranging from 1990s Twin Infinitives (which belongs to the special category of albums whose impact may take decades to be measured), to 1993's Cats and Dogs (with its seamless blend of classic roots, grunge, and punk) to 2000's Pound for Pound (inhabiting a well-worn coat of southern hard-rock boogie), they reinvented the group concept born with the Rolling Stones (whose music inspired the duo with a definitive template with which to fuck), accepting nothing less than "The World's Greatest Rock and Roll band" as an opening proposition! Jennifer Herrema (vocals, moog, guitar, melodica, sticks and stones, pots and pans) and Neil Hagerty (vocals and guitarist) were both in the Washington, D.C. area where they met and, as teenagers, formed Royal Trux while living in an abandoned warehouse space near the New York Avenue bridge a few miles from Union Station. The name was an evocation of their omnidirectional headspace and abilities — plus, Jennifer grew up skateboarding, moving to roller skating after removing the trux and wheels off her board grafting them onto a pair of skates, giving her an unequaled ability to maneuver . . . even then, it was all about the TRUX. The idea was to play with what little equipment and resources they had and make the most of it by starting musically with the simplicity of blues progressions. The blues also happened to fit the bill for a band called "Pussy Galore" that recruited Hagerty to fill the position of guitarist and tutor (teaching them all how to play the Rolling Stones' Exile on Main Street album) in exchange for money, http://www.cityguideny.com/eventinfo.cfm?id=343648 Terminal 5 Terminal 5

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In the 1990's Royal Trux established themselves as one of the greatest rock groups of that hallowed era. With albums of extrasensory scope ranging from 1990s Twin Infinitives (which belongs to the special category of albums whose impact may take decades to be measured), to 1993's Cats and Dogs (with its seamless blend of classic roots, grunge, and punk) to 2000's Pound for Pound (inhabiting a well-worn coat of southern hard-rock boogie), they reinvented the group concept born with the Rolling Stones (whose music inspired the duo with a definitive template with which to fuck), accepting nothing less than "The World's Greatest Rock and Roll band" as an opening proposition! Jennifer Herrema (vocals, moog, guitar, melodica, sticks and stones, pots and pans) and Neil Hagerty (vocals and guitarist) were both in the Washington, D.C. area where they met and, as teenagers, formed Royal Trux while living in an abandoned warehouse space near the New York Avenue bridge a few miles from Union Station. The name was an evocation of their omnidirectional headspace and abilities — plus, Jennifer grew up skateboarding, moving to roller skating after removing the trux and wheels off her board grafting them onto a pair of skates, giving her an unequaled ability to maneuver . . . even then, it was all about the TRUX. The idea was to play with what little equipment and resources they had and make the most of it by starting musically with the simplicity of blues progressions. The blues also happened to fit the bill for a band called "Pussy Galore" that recruited Hagerty to fill the position of guitarist and tutor (teaching them all how to play the Rolling Stones' Exile on Main Street album) in exchange for money,

Venue Description: A popular spot for mid-level rock, rap, EDM and pop music acts, located on the west side of Manhattan. The cavernous space has recently hosted live acts such as Sleigh Bells, Gogol Bordello, Jake Bugg, Disclosure, DARKSIDE, Mogwai, and more.

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