Alibi Productions, and IPR present Me and My Arrow at the 7th Street Entry with Canon Chorus, and Sticky Byte on March 14th.

Alibi Productions, and IPR present Me and My Arrow at the 7th Street Entry with Canon Chorus, and Sticky Byte on March 14th. Doors open at 8pm, music starts at 9pm, $5 cover.

Me and My Arrow is a loud, energetic 10 piece band from Minneapolis. The band including guitars, accordions, synths, and strings will cram the tiny stage at the 7th Street entry but will pummel the audience with a huge sound and an impressive stage performance. This is a larger than average group with a larger than average sound, and will be driving to a larger than average festival the following day to SXSW (South by Southwest).  Send-off party anyone?

“I had been hearing about the band [Me and My Arrow] for quite some time, but this was my first experience catching them live. I was particularly impressed by the energy raised by their constant motion on-stage lending even more enjoyment to their sweeping and dramatic orchestral, power-pop sound.” –  David De Young, Howwastheshow.com

Of course Me and My Arrow will not be alone at the 7th Street.  Canon Chorus has been developing their presence in the Minneapolis indie rock scene since 2009, releasing their first full-length album: “In Orange”, an eclectic mix of catchy pop tunes strung with dreamy-pop ballads.  In Orange will keep you tuned in for the ride.

Starting the night is another local band, Sticky Byte, a collective group of musicians from all over the country who formed during their enrollment at the Institute of the Production and Recording in August, 2010. With styles ranging from classic to modern rock, hip-hop, jazz, blues, and reggae, Sticky Byte will include all these musical styles into one performance.

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