O'KNC and Heavy Necker to be at Stone Church

BRATTLEBORO — Once banned in Brattleboro, O'K and the Night Crew are celebrating their return to Brattleboro on Saturday, at the Stone Church. Come check out the band that was too rockin' for Brattleboro until now. Heavy Necker will be kicking things off with fury and soul.

Born in Hartford and adopted by Brattleboro, the members of O'K and the Night Crew make a powerful trio whose blend of riff-rock and blues is getting attention. Their unique yet familiar sound delivers live performances flooded with tasty righteous jams. With a debut studio album in the works, O'KNC is on the rise.

Heavy Necker burst onto the unsuspecting rock world in 2011 as a three-headed, rip-snorting party-beast fueled on classic rock, heavy blues, and the sweet narcotic of youth. Hailing from Peabody, Mass., where there are too few rockers to boot, the band members wave their freak flags high with sparkling bruised drums and electric guitars set to stun. Heavy Necker is Christopher George Cardone on guitar and vocals, Keith Kurpiel on bass, and Mike Damocles DeSantis on drums.

Come early and stay late on Saturday, Nov. 11, 7:30 p.m. $5 at the door.

The Stone Church is located at 210 Main St. Visit stonechurchvt.com for more information.


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