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All Apologies - Nirvana Tribute w/ Remote Players Club Album Release Show

All Apologies - Nirvana Tribute w/ Remote Players Club Album Release Show

Saturday, December 2, 2023
7:00 pm
Soundcheck Studios
Pembroke, MA
$20 to $25

All Apologies - Nirvana Tribute w/ Remote Players Club Album Release Show

- $20 Advance // $25 Day of Show

- 21+ Event, Valid ID Required

- Full Bar Available

- Doors 7pm, Music at 8pm

- No ticket refunds

About All Apologies - A Tribute to Nirvana:

All Apologies - Born out of a love for everything Nirvana, All Apologies is a veteran cast of musicians paying tribute to the 30th anniversary of In Utero by performing the In Utero album in its entirety, as well as many more of Nirvana's greatest hits and hidden gems. If you're a Nirvana fan at all you won't want to miss this, as there is something for everyone. Nirvana isn't covered in bulk often because it takes an incredible amount of energy and output to do it right. All Apologies is prepared to give you all of the energy and intensity of live Nirvana in the spirit of the band's meteoric rise 3 decades ago.

The Musicians:

Mike Najarian - Drums, Vocals State Radio 2006-2013

Chuck Fay - Bass, Vocals State Radio 2004-2013

Scott Riebling - Bass, Letters to Cleo 1994-2000

Brian Hitchings - Guitar, Vocals 3rd Left

Dan Smith - Guitar, Bass, Vocals Professor Caffeine and the Insecurities

Brendan Dillon - Drums, Roots of Creation

Zak Fey - Drums, Vocals 3rd Left

Ryan Stadelmann - Vocals, Guitar The Waves

Jeff Hilliard - Guitar, Vocals Mini Yellow Witches

Bryan Pierce - Bass, 3rd Left

Paul Casale Jr - Guitar, Vocals The Waves

Eric Guy - Bass, The Waves

Steve DiRamio - Drums, Ratfynkt

Chris DeLisle - Bass, Ratfynkt

Dave Holland - Guitar, Ratfynkt

Opening Act - Remote Players Club - Debut Album Release Party:

Chuck Fay (guitar, bass, vocals) and Mike Najarian (drums, vocals) formed a tight musical bond through several years of international touring as members of the band State Radio (alongside front man, guitarist, vocalist Chadwick Stokes of Dispatch). Through their love of all music that exudes potency and urgency, Chuck and Mike became an inseparable rhythm section touring with State Radio, playing amphitheaters such as Red Rocks in Colorado, opening for acts like Dave Matthews Band, Rage Against the Machine, and 311, co-headlining bills with the likes of John Butler Trio and Rebelution. They toured several countries in addition to fully exploring the US, playing venues and festivals in Australia, Germany, England, Ireland, Austria, Switzerland, Sweden, and Canada.

Through this shared experience Remote Players Club (RPC) was born. RPC takes rock, melody, and catchy riffs and puts it all together to push the boundaries of the traditional rock experience. With Chuck and Mike being a part of the same rhythm section for so long, there is an unspoken connection that yields potency, urgency, and nuanced dynamics in every RPC performance and recorded track.