Defiant Artist Agency Presents:
Gandhi's Gun EP Release Concert
Sun, November 19, 2017
Doors: 5:30 pm / Show: 6:00 pmSam's Burger Joint
$10.00 - $30.00
This event is 18 and over
Seating NOT GUARANTEED. Any Seating Available is on a First Come, First Served Basis. NO REFUNDS all sales final.
All Minors Will Be Charged an Additional $5 At the Door. 17 & Under Admitted with Parent or Guardian Only. - $10 Advance/ $12 Day of Show/ $20 VIP Meet & Greet/ $30 Reserved Boothhttps://www.samsburgerjoint.com/event/1578578/
Gandhi’s Gun is an alternative rock/pop band from San Antonio Texas. Due to their unique blend of ‘classic meets modern rock and pop’, Columbia recording artist Bryan Scott of the band “The Union Underground” insists Gandhi’s Gun’s Mik Rowe is “the new Lenny Kravitz” and singer Hugo Ferreira of the platinum selling band Tantric said “One day I’ll be opening for them” on the Gandhi’s Gun “One Shot” epk.
The band is fresh out of the studio and poised to release their newest work “Un-Chained”, the follow up to their first record “Full Throttle”.
The band formed in Waco Texas. After winning a local ‘Battle Of The Bands’ competition that afforded them studio time, they recorded their first EP. Their EP ended up in the hands of JJM Management Company who have served as management for such bands as “The Union Underground,” and “Anyone.” After development, JJM moved the band to the west coast to begin playing professionally.
Once out west the band played shows in Los Angeles and Las Vegas. Some of these venues include The Gig, the Whiskey A GoGo, the Viper Room, Qualcomm Stadium (X Games), the House of Blues (Vegas), the Hard Rock Pool (Vegas), and the Rainbow (Vegas). During this time, the band changed names three times and went through several line-up changes.
Some of the notable lineup members at one time or another include Nick Rich (grandson to the late-great drummer Buddy Rich), Chris Fox (Ashley Simpson’s drummer), Elias “Bones” Andra (currently with Chester Bennington of Linkin Park and Stone Temple Pilots), and John Moyer (currently the bass player for Disturbed).
Other personal acquaintances of Rowe’s include Bryan Scott of The Union Underground, Hugo Ferreira of Tantric, and top ten contestant on the most recent series of The Voice, Johnny Grey. Rowe remains the only founding member.
While out west, the band was helped by agent Andrew Goodfriend working then at the Agency Group and now at TKO Agency. Goodfriend was able to gain the band more exposure by getting them on tour with ‘Bowling for Soup’ and supporting bands such as Buckcherry, Lifhouse, Fuel, and Colbie Colet. Due to the band’s success, Rowe was given the cover shot on Vegas Rocks Magazine as “The Next Big Thing.”
JARRELL’S ASPIRES TO MAKE MUSIC THAT BRINGS PEOPLE TOGETHER. HIS UNIQUE BLEND OF HIP HOP WITH POP, GOSPEL, AND ROCK ALLOW HIM TO ENGAGE PEOPLE FROM ALL WALKS OF LIFE AT EVERY SHOW. HIS LONG-TERM GOAL IS TO USE HIS MUSICAL INFLUENCE AS A SPRINGBOARD TO BUILD ARTISTIC COMMUNITIES THAT CREATE DISCIPLES WHO CHANGE THE WORLD.
JARRELL CURRENTLY RESIDES IN SAN ANTONIO, TX WHERE HE SERVES AS THE FOUNDER OF FREEDOM MUSIC GROUP AND AN ELDER AT FAITH OUTREACH CENTER INTERNATIONAL WHERE HE OVERSEES STUDENT MINISTRIES AND WORSHIP ARTS. HE AND HIS WIFE JENEIL CURRENTLY RESIDE IN SAN ANTONIO, TX AND ARE THE PROUD PARENTS OF TWO BEAUTIFUL GIRLS, NYOMI AND LIVIYA.
Sam's Burger Joint
330 East Grayson Street
San Antonio, TX, 78215