2 Orchard St
Dover, New Hampshire 03820

The Bleedin Bleedins set to perform at
The Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Research Foundation Benefit
with The Craving, The Gray Davies and Hate Game

Sat 6/17 at the Dover Brickhouse

Don’t let the name fool you – the Bleedin Bleedins, a Brit-bowing trio with ties to Boston and Dublin, deliver gorgeously amped music, with anthemic twists and melodic turns. Their fully charged debut “Life Without Computers” charted for 5 weeks on the CMJ 200 and has been getting glowing nods. Some nice things said so far:

“Affable, danceable, and emotional, and with tunes that stick around, ‘Life Without Computers’ has plenty of heart. A bleedin' one, of course.” - Boston Globe

“Simultaneously upbeat and relaxing, this record raises high expectations for the band’s future.” - Boston magazine

“’Life Without Computers’ is a tour de force of summertime driving-with-the-top-down-singing-at-the-top-your-lungs ditties.” - Blogcritics.org

“Everything you expect from a contemporary rock band is here — the jerky disco rhythms, the bass leads, the affected vocals and the delay turned up to 5 million, but it somehow comes off as — dare I say it — sincere.” - Metro Boston

“Their name makes them sound like a band that might punch you, but they won’t. Fans of super-hooky pop in the vein of the Killers will go ballistic for these boys—not to mention their new CD, ‘Life Without Computers.’” - The Weekly Dig

“They may not be selling out arenas yet, but give 'em time.” - PopMatters

“U2-rooted Brit-poppers from Boston and Dublin, every bit as polite as that description suggests.” - Village Voice

The details:
Sat June 17
Show 7pm

The Dover Brickhouse
2 Orchard Street
Dover, NH

The talent:

Bleedins web nonesuches:
www.thebleedinbleedins.com/MP3s/MP3player/bleedinmp3s.html (MP3s)
www.thebleedinbleedins.com/presskit.php (photos)

Added by minerva on June 3, 2006

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