Upbeat Pop-Rockers You, Me, and Everyone We Know Headline Diverse Lineup at BT

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Wednesday, August 5th, 2015 at 3:45 PM
Upbeat Pop-Rockers You, Me, and Everyone We Know Headline Diverse Lineup at BT by Tommy Shannon
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You, Me, and Everyone We Know will be at Basement Transmissions on Aug. 12.  No, I don’t mean you and every person you literally know, I mean the band of the same name.

YMAEWK’s upbeat pop-rock tunes are sure to set the mood for a fun and exciting night, with songs like “Some Things Don’t Wash Out” and “I Can Get Back Up Now.”

Contrasting YMAEWK’s cheerful style on the night are emo/punk bands Bonfires, and local act Archway. More opening bands are yet to be announced.

Come out to Basement Transmissions for a fun night of diverse music, and bring everyone you know.                                       – Tom Shannon

6 p.m. Aug. 12 // Basement Transmissions, 145 W. 11th St. // $10 advance, $13 day of show

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