Zero Mile Presents

Crash Test Dummies

With MARADEEN

Thursday, January 24
7:00PM doors / 8:00PM show
All Ages
  • Price$30
TICKETS

Crash Test Dummies

The Crash Test Dummies are a Canadian folk rock/alternative rock band from Winnipeg, Manitoba. The band is most identifiable through Brad Roberts (vocals, guitar) and his distinctive bass-baritone voice. The band members have fluctuated over the years, but its best known line-up consisted of Roberts, Ellen Reid (co-vocals, keyboards), Brad's brother Dan Roberts (bass guitar, backing vocals), Benjamin Darvill (harmonica, mandolin), and Mitch Dorge (drums, percussion). The band is best known for their 1993 single "Mmm Mmm Mmm Mmm."

MARADEEN

MARADEEN is an American rock band from Nashville, TN comprised of Whit Murray (guitar, vocals), Kaitlyn Connor (piano, vocals), Tom Galloway (guitar, vocals), & John Rodrigue (drums). In 2014, founding members Murray and Connor fused their jazz and classical backgrounds with their affinity for high-energy electric rock, creating an undeniably unique sound and on-stage chemistry. In 2015, songwriter Tom Galloway moved to Nashville and began collaborating with the band. Murray and Galloway shared a musical history under the band, Mama's Love, who had also shared the stage with Connor's prog rock band, Afro. Berklee School of Music connected Murray with John Rodrigue, rounding out the lineup. Their first LP, Mirage (2015), revealed well-versed musicianship and intricate sonic dynamics. Moon Taxi's Wes Bailey took the production helm for MARADEEN's second album, Above the Horizon (2016), and brought to life a sound that was more eclectic, more layered, and more refined all at the same time. MARADEEN is currently on tour across the country with highly-acclaimed reception. They have shared the stage with acts like Bon Jovi, The Rhythm Devils, Todd Nance, Keller Williams, The Revivalists, Moon Taxi, Perpetual Groove, The Apache Relay, Bloodkin, and Colonel Bruce Hampton, to name a few. MARADEEN is poised as a rock band on the rise, breaking musical ground both in songwriting and in the live arena.