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Upcoming Shows

July 17 - Gottrocks - Greenville, SC
July 19 - Sol Slam Music Festival - Isle of Palms, SC
July 23 - Woodlands Tavern - Columbus, OH
July 24 - Beachland Ballroom - Cleveland, OH w/Broccoli Samurai
July 25 - Montage Music Hall - Rochester, NY
July 26 - The Gathering at Chaffee's - Girard, PA
July 30 - The 8x10 - Baltimore, MD w/TAUK
July 31 - World Cafe Live at the Queen - Wilmington, DE w/TAUK
Aug 1 -   The Grape Room -  Philadelphia, PA w/TAUK
Aug 2 - The Hamilton - Washington, DC w/TAUK
Aug 14 - Skipper's Smokehouse - Tampa, FL w/Uncle John's Band
Aug 15 - Culture Room - Ft. Lauderdale, FL w/Zach Deputy
Aug 16 - Dunes & Tunes Art & Music Festival - Fernandina Beach, FL
Aug 17 - Barrelhouse South - Savannah, GA
Aug 21 - High Rock Outfitters - Lexington, NC
Aug 22 - Camp Barefoot Festival - Bartow, WV
Aug 28 - Mantrabash - Ferguson, NC
Aug 30 - Riverfront Nights - Chattanooga, TN FREE!
Sept 11 - Hoss's Deli - Newport News, VA
Sept 12 - Peasant's Pub - Greenville, NC
Sept 14 - Lunar Bay Music & Arts Festival - Darlington, MD
Oct 31 - 4th Annual BIG Something Costume Ball - Raleigh, NC
 
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- BIG PRESS -

2013 ALBUM OF THE YEAR!
Angelica Music
Endless Boundaries Radio
Home Grown Music Network

The self-titled sophomore effort from North Carolina rockers BIG Something is an 80-minute party filled with everything jam fans love – an expertly-played, eclectic mix of rock, funk, jazz, reggae and more spaced over 12 songs, each with its own distinct vibe. Opening track “The Curse of Julia Brown” tiptoes in with a touch of synth, then lets loose a thunderous guitar riff and bass line, giving way to a tidal wave of horns. Combined with Nick MacDaniels’ commanding vocals, it gives every indication that this album is about to rock your face off. “The Undertow” feels like a day at the beach with its airy sax and sunny reggae rhythm. Raise-your-lighters-in-the-air ballad “Bright Lights” is the perfect closer. One listen brings on an urgent desire to see this tremendous six-piece tear it up live. – Relix Magazine


The new album instantly grabs your attention and never lets go, flowing through a myriad of styles effortlessly and with great enthusiasm. The songwriting just keeps getting better and better, with memorable melodies and interesting counterpoint that contribute to soundscapes that compliment the lyrics in ways that are both lush and straightforward. - The Corner News

"There is no weak track on this album. It begins unflinchingly, rising and falling, a complete album...This is the album that sets Big Something into the upper ranks, puts them on the map with the greats. I can’t recommend this album enough." - Angelica Music


 

 

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