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NYE w/ Who Saved Who, Radderall, Stereotypes, Variety Pack
Sat, Dec 31 Show: 8:30 pm (Doors: 8:00 pm )
$12-$15
Come celebrate New Years Eve at the Grog Shop with:  Who Saved Who, Radderall, Stereotypes, Variety Pack

Saturday, December 31st
8p doors / 8:30 show
$12 advance / $15 day of show
All Ages
+$2 at the door if under 21


Who Saved Who
A band of people. Writing songs about feelings. Who Saved Who? We saved each other.

Radderall
Once upon a brief forever ago, two young, landlocked, Ohioan fools found solace in a type of sad-boy-ness that could only be hosted by the honest acknowledgement of nostalgia. First loves, hormone-drenched house parties, receded responsibilities, reunions that rile by assumedly absent feelings of once upon some mess of whatever part of one's wonder years...and so on. 

Who Saved Who
FFO: Vundabar, Liily, Foxing, Snarls, The Sonder Bombs 
 Who Saved Who (WSW) is a 4-piece indie/alternative rock from Cleveland, OH. On May 6, 2022 WSW independently released their debut album Sharing the Daytime Moon (STDM) which was recorded over a 6 month period at Moonlight Audio in Columbus, OH and produced by Spirit of the Bear frontman, James Harker. 
 The album was intended to be written as a soundtrack for people commuting home from work. The LP seeks to capture the feeling of being trapped on the highway after a hard day’s toil but finding comfort and peace in knowing everyone is stuck together, all sharing the experience under the Daytime Moon. 
 From the radio-worthy pop tracks like “Crying in the Tub” and “The Sun and the Moon,” to gritty headbanging jams like “Size of Your Life” and “Everything Changes,” the group displays a unique range of songwriting and tone that anyone can find something enjoyable from. 
 Who Saved Who consists of: 
 Sean McAfee - guitar/vox Sal Corrao - drums Luke Patterson - lead guitar/backing vocals Cían Líaskos - BASS/backing vocals 
 Socials: @whosavedwho.cle Website: whosavedwho.band Booking: [email protected]
Radderall
Once upon a brief forever ago, two young, landlocked, Ohioan fools found solace in a type of sad-boy-ness that could only be hosted by the honest acknowledgement of nostalgia. First loves, hormone-drenched house parties, receded responsibilities, reunions that rile by assumedly absent feelings of once upon some mess of whatever part of one's wonder years...and so on. 
These remembrances and experiences - incubated in long distance demos and ideas that span nearly a decade before us - soon came to fruition by the finesse/caress of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania's Madeleine Campbell (then an audio engineer of Treelady Studio) in the Spring of 2013. 
Upon hearing Zach Taneyhill's compositions thru that delicious brand of Garageband-based magic, Campbell offered her talents to Taneyhill and his long-time collaborator, Jonny McAllister, to begin the gaze-on-the-beach experiment. 
The Treelady sessions resulted in the group’s first recorded project titled ‘Vakation’, released in 2018.
In the years to follow, the duo would re-connect with long time friend and producer, Warren Davidson, to bring to life their home recorded demos for a second full-length, ‘If Ever’. A coming of age and sound.
In time, Davidson joined the group on bass with Alex Eliopolous lending his expertise on drums. A connection allowing for continuity from the studio to the stage, where the band currently thrives and debuts material from their third record titled, ‘How Can I?’.
The Stereotypes
Variety Pack