Hinder with Special Guests Shaman’s Harvest and Within Reason Rock Sherlock's

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Wednesday, November 25th, 2015 at 1:00 PM
Hinder with Special Guests Shaman’s Harvest and Within Reason Rock Sherlock's by Matt Swanseger

Sunday, Nov. 29 postponed and RESCHEDULED for Jan. 18

It’s Sunday evening. Thanksgiving Eve is a distant memory – if it’s a memory at all (you probably started at Plymouth, because in Erie we do as the Pilgrims did). Turkey Day and all its tryptophan-fare have paraded their way into cold storage. Your waistline has expanded while your wallet has contracted. And still you ask yourself, “Have I overindulged enough?”

If that’s a void yet to be filled in your life, let Sherlock's be the place to fill it – with a heaping helping of rock-n-roll. Headlining are Oklahoman post-grunge/sleaze rock veterans Hinder, touring in support of their latest release, When The Smoke Clears. Marshall Dutton replaces original lead singer Austin Winkler, and the result is a little less boozy and a lot more Bon Jovi.

Joining them are special guests Shaman’s Harvest and Within Reason, who also fit well within the template of 2000’s modern rock radio – riff-centered verses and poppy choruses. Joining these special guests are special guests Revolve, Six Years After, and Six Year Stretch. That’s a whole lot of special – but then again, you’ve already established that nothing is too much for you. – Matt Swanseger

7 p.m. // Sherlocks // 508 State St. // $25 // sherlockspub.com

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