Good Trees River Band, Metric Electric, Thousand Years Between, and Terrance Sun

February 14, 2019 @ 9:00 pm – February 15, 2019 @ 1:00 am
AS220 Main Stage
115 Empire Street

Based out of Providence, Rhode Island, GoodTrees River Band are a five piece psychedelic rock band blending an eclectic combination of influences ranging from funk to southern rock to latin dance to heavy fuzz rock into one unmistakably unique sound. Since their formation in the fall of 2016, they’ve earned a reputation for their high energy, improv heavy live performances.

Since the release of their debut self titled demo in the winter of 2017, GTRB has built their reputation with a heavy gigging schedule. Since then they’ve shared the stage with acts such as Ripe, The New Motif, Skyfoot, the G-Nome Project, and Mike Gantzer(Aqueous) and Rob Compa(Dopapod). With plans for a debut albuum in the works, the future is looking bright for GTRB.

Metric Electric is an original rock group with strong funk, pop, and blues influences. The members of the quartet are Rhode Island natives who are veterans of the Southern New England music scene. Throughout different bands, they’ve individually played everywhere from bars in Cambridge and Boston to PVDFest and The Strand and are looking to break into the local scene as Metric Electric. They have a strong catalog of original music and if you survive both guitarists’ solos, you’ll come away with a memorable live music experience.

Thousand Years Between

Thousand Years Between is an alt rock band from North Kingstown, RI. Veteran musicians, drummer Joe Grant and bassist Bob Griffin, were joined recently by guitarist Dan Binder and frontman Matt McAdams, forming an energetic quartet. These guys are ready to rock for a thousand years and more.

Terence Sun of South Kingstown started to play the piano when he was four years of age. He was influenced to write his own music when he was a freshman in high school. Some of his biggest influences that started this passion are Amy Whinehoue, Bon Iver, Adele, Sia, Frank Sinatra, and many more. He aims to use music as a way to connect with people that may be struggling with the same issues such as grieving for a loved one and suicide awareness situations. One of his biggest motivators in life comes from the resilience he’s gained from his abusive home life. He strives to create a strong sound to reach out to those who may be in the dark