Gully Boys w/ Grumpy Plum

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Gully Boys w/ Grumpy Plum
w/ Bugsy, Scarlet Demore
Sun, Jun 23 Show: 7:30 pm (Doors: 7:00 pm )
$12-$15
Sunday, June 23

Gully Boys with Grumpy Plum, Bugsy, and Scarlet Demore LIVE at Grog Shop!

Doors 7 p.m. | Show 8 p.m.
ALL AGES
$12 ADV /$15 DOS
+3 at door if under 21 

Gully Boys 
The Gully Boys origin story plays out like the perfect domino effect. While sorting vintage clothes at ragstock in 2016, Kathy Callahan (she/her) shared her dream of becoming a vocalist with her co-worker, Nadirah McGill (they/them). After encouraging a friend from middle school, Natalie Klemond (she/her), to join the trio on bass, Nadi picked up a pair of drumsticks and counted off a cover of Best Coast’s “Girlfriend.” Gully Boys had officially been born. After 2 years of relentless gigging, Gully Boys released a collection of demos, Not So Brave in 2018, earning Best New Band honors from their hometown City Pages and sharing the stage with everyone from The Hold Steady to Third Eye Blind. The band’s Phony EP arrived in latte 2019 right as the live music industry came to a screeching halt.


Grumpy Plum 
Grumpy Plum is a dynamic and energized slop pop trio from Cleveland and Akron Ohio comprised of Tallulah Swasey, Mattie Zanin, and Laurel. Since forming in 2019, they've released two EPs and grew their following to over 50,000 across social media platforms with their top song 'Dollhouse' at over 1.5 million streams. Grumpy Plum anticipates their first full length album, recorded by Jim Wirt and Sean Dougherty at Superior Sound, to be released in January 2023.

Bugsy
Indie-rock-adjacent from Minneapolis, MN. 

 Scarlet Demore  
Chicago-ish. tits out crycore™ Cat, Alex, Angelo, G, Joel. 


Gully Boys
The Gully Boys origin story plays out like the perfect domino effect. While sorting vintage clothes in a Minneapolis-area Ragstock in 2016, Kathy Callahan (she/her) shared her dream of becoming a vocalist with Nadirah McGill (they/them). After encouraging a friend from middle school, Natalie Klemond (she/her), to join the trio on bass, Nadi picked up a pair of drumsticks and counted off a cover of Best Coast’s “Girlfriend.” From there, they had to master their instruments on the fly, growing as creatives while blossoming with their first material. After their debut EP landed online a year later, Gully Boys released their debut LP Not So Brave in 2018, earning Best New Band honors from their hometown City Pages and sharing the stage with everyone from The Hold Steady to Third Eye Blind. The band’s Phony EP arrived in late 2019 on the edge of a screeching halt. In December 2021, Mariah Mercedes joined the band. The band has just released their new single "See You See" ahead of their next album.
Grumpy Plum
Grumpy Plum was founded by front-person Tallulah Swasey in early 2019 after deciding to take her singer songwriter performances up a notch. In the early stages of writing, Tallulah performed some of the youngest Grumpy Plum songs as just an acoustic act. At one Mahall's performance, she met who would then be the first drummer and bassist of the band. Only 4 months after forming the trio had decided to record 4-track EP ‘Don’t Yell At Me’ at Superior Sound with Jim Wirt. Before the pandemic, Grumpy Plum began building their name around Cleveland by playing shows almost every week and eventually took their first mini-tour to Chicago and Detroit. As covid hit, shows ceased but thanks to Tiktok and Tallulah’s boredom during the shutdown, ‘Dollhouse’ quickly grew its streams into the millions as they reached cities and countries around the world. 
Bugsy
bugsy wants to tell you that it’s okay to be alone. The Minneapolis quartet listens empathetically and reflects solitude into an emotional cacophony. Formed by vocalist/guitarist Emily Schoonover (they/them), lead guitarist Griffen Desai (he/him), bassist/vocalist Shannon Maroney (they/them), and drummer Al Norman (he/him), bugsy dove into the world with their debut EP teratoma in early 2020 and has yet to take a breath. Each new song illuminates their ferocious, personal take on fire-breathing DIY indie punk. bugsy has played shows around the country, supporting bands like Destroy Boys, Weatherday, and Skating Polly, filling venues like First Avenue (Minneapolis), the Metro, and Lincoln Hall (Chicago).

Now I Spend All of My Time Alone, bugsy’s second EP, illuminates the dark corners of our hearts and coaxes us out of the shadows. It reintroduces the band as a powerful vessel for transition — six songs that make equal space for confession and silence. Lead single “recluse” paints its melodies with blood, acceptance unaccompanied by forgiveness. Grief is meticulously carved into defiance, loneliness grows into ardor, and uncertainty awakens with clarity. bugsy recorded with Abe Anderson [Thank You, I’m Sorry] in a garage in Cannon Falls, MN.
Scarlet Demore
Chicago-ish. tits out crycore™ Cat, Alex, Angelo, G, Joel