Pale Green Stars with Nick Bufalino and the Weary Souls

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Wednesday, April 15th, 2015 at 4:15 AM
Pale Green Stars with Nick Bufalino and the Weary Souls by Alex Bieler
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A good description can make a big difference in convincing someone to check out a band, so when you hear something as intriguing as “super high-throttle punkadelic pandemonium” mentioned in show previews and on social media pages, you’re likely going to pay attention.

The aforementioned phrase isn’t the only captivating thing about Syracuse, N.Y. rockers Pale Green Stars. The band’s fiery live shows are special events for fans of the rollicking trio of guitarist and vocalist Jeff Jones, bassist and vocalist Brian Coyne, and drummer Jeff Tripoli. Some Erieites may already be aware of this after seeing the Pale Green Stars make a special trip to The Flagship City in January. If you happened to miss out on that showcase of brawny rock ‘n’ roll, you’ll be pleased to hear that Pale Green Stars will return to The King’s Rook Club Saturday, April 25 as part of the band’s “The Things We Don’t Talk About” tour.

Pale Green Stars won’t be alone in the band’s mission to fire up the King’s Rook Club crowd. Nick Bufalino and the Weary Souls will open up the show, marking the jazz-tinged alternative rock band’s debut, adding some extra intrigue to an already appealing event. Don’t hit the brakes too early on this Saturday night, because you’ll be in for a rockin’ ride with Pale Green Stars and Nick Bufalino and The Weary Souls. – Alex Bieler

10 p.m. Saturday, April 25 // 1921 Peach St. // facebook.com/kingsrookclub

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