RAWK
the Inland Northwest

PRESS RELEASE

RELEASE DATE: APRIL 19, 2001
INFO:
MIKE CRAWFORD (509-448-4910 home 509-991-1335 cell)
DAVE CRUME (509-448-6904 home, 509-999-1550 cell)
RAWK WEB SITE:  www.rawkonline.com
BAND WEB SITES: www.allwoundupmusic.com
 
ALL-AGES PUNK, EMO and MODERN ROCK SHOW

THE BIG DIPPER
SATURDAY, APRIL 28, 2001
WITH

ALL WOUND UP, AUTUMN HATES WINTER,
PARADOX, TWO COPPER, and FEDERATION 7.
DOOR COVER IS ONLY $5 FOR 5 BANDS!!
SHOW STARTS AT 7 PM, DOORS AT 6:30.

Recently signed to Seattle's Tooth and Nail Records, ALL WOUND UP, headlines
a punk, emo, and modern rock show at the infamous Big Dipper.  Fresh off
recording their upcoming release "Hero" with Barry Poynter at Poynter's
Palace in Little Rock, Arkansas they are touring in support of the upcoming
release, which is due out on May 8th, 2001.  "We had so much fun and they
made it sound great.  It is truly what we had been waiting for.  The album,
HERO, focuses on our struggle to make something great.  It is about
sacrifices, growing up, and relationships.  We are really proud of where we
are and where we are heading."  With a sound comparable to The Get Up Kids,
Buddy Ruckus, Blink 182 etc.... ALL WOUND UP will bring it's punk/emo mix to
the fullest.  Contact:  Troy or Alison Brock 360-715-8584.

AUTUMN HATES WINTER, another Seattle area band (we think) is touring with AWU
and will play 4th in the 5 band lineup.  This band has not previously played
Spokane, to our knowledge.

PARADOX, a punk band from Mead, will play 3rd, and look forward to playing at
the Dipper again.  They were very well received in their first appearance.
They brought a number of fans from Mead High School, including a teacher, and
very much impressed the crowd.  This is a four-piece Incubus-style band which
has four years of playing together under their belt.
Contact:  Micah Wilson 466-9298.

TWO COPPER, a emo/punk band from the valley, will play 2nd.  This is a
five-piece formed in 1998.  They have influences comparable to Nirvana or
Bush.  They surprised a lot of people at their first appearance at the
Dipper.  Their drummer, Brett Neste, was a featured player in J-Naz, the
wonderful Silent Rock Opera performed at the Big Dipper on Easter Eve.
Contact:  Nate or Danny Lopez 928-5173.

FEDERATION 7 will open the night off.  This Rathdrum-area band, with a modern
rock sound akin to Creed or Phish, was a big hit in their first Dipper
appearance.  They have been together for only about a year, but play tighter
than would be expected from that limited time together.
Contact:  Jerry Allen 208-437-4971.

An intense night of heartfelt music for $5, can't beat that on a Saturday night!

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