Austin's The Sideshow Tragedy are coming to Tyler on Saturday night, November 3rd. If you have not set  weekend plans yet, come out to the Coffin Shop in downtown Tyler. If you do have plans, change them. Here is a little peek at what is roaring our way. 

Blues and rock are a perfect mixture sure to make your toe start tapping. For the rest of your body to begin to shake and your heart race, only a band from the South can send the right vibrations right up your spine. Though The Sideshow Tragedy have been compared to the New York based Black Keys, these Texas boys bring the sound straight out of our back country roads. Do not get me wrong, I love the Black Keys. They cannot bring the same feeling as a band that lives in one of the cities that invented this style. The Sideshow Tragedy can bring the sound right out of the culture of the South.

These two men have such a large sound, it is hard to believe it comes from so few. I saw them open for Uncle Lucius over the summer at the Liberty Hall All-Star Showcase, and I was blown away. The force emitted from their instruments wraps around you and takes your soul for a ride. The Sideshow Tragedy is an experience. For a little preview listen below, but make sure to hold on to your seat.

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For a night never to be forgotten and a show that will leave you begging for more, come to the Coffin Shop in downtown Tyler next Saturday night. There will be plenty of other jiving local bands there adding to The Sideshow Tragedy experience. No excuses. Wear your dancing shoes, BYOB, and I will see you there.