Jeremy Porter & The Tucos Set to Kick Rook’s Tookus

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Wednesday, June 7th, 2017 at 9:45 AM
Jeremy Porter & The Tucos Set to Kick Rook’s Tookus by Ryan Smith

Saturday, June 10

With a “sound like guitars and whiskey,” Detroit-bred rockers Jeremy Porter & The Tucos offer up “hooks and heartache, energy and passion.”

That’s the short (and accurate) self-description of the experienced three-piece, who take a page or two out of the songbooks of everyone from Merle Haggard to Husker Du.

Their own songbook in tow, Porter & the Tucos will sound off on the Kings Rook Club stage.

They’re being joined that evening by The Broke Boland Band, some of Erie’s own progenitors of high-energy, heart-driven, many-influenced musical musings.

Ready or not, the Rook is gonna rock that night. - Ryan Smith

10 p.m. to 2 a.m.  //  1921 State St.  //  facebook.com/kingsrooksclub // Free for members

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