august 2017

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American Glove & Sulking Babes

THURSDAY, AUGUST 10
10 PM

Come out, enjoy some drinks, eat some tacos, and see the ultimate ying yang of shows featuring....

American Glove: Ultra groovy jams performed by ultra groovy lads who smoke duh weed. https://americanglove.bandcamp.com/

Sulking Babes: Songwriting for dummies. Tape release show. Last show? https://sulkingbabes.bandcamp.com/

Tom Sweaty and the Windbreakers: Your favorite young adult novel about young adult problems. https://tomsweatyandthewindbreakers.bandcamp.com/

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Tanksley

THURSDAY, AUGUST 17
10 PM

Mark your calendars for the return of Tanksley at Otro Cinco! This up-and-coming multi-instrumentalist is taking Syracuse by storm with his amazing and unbridled talent! A young songwriter and guitarist, Tanksley hit the scene with music educator Billy Harrison's Music in the Air Studios, but has quickly evolved into a sensation and now utilizes Harrison (bass, keys, production) and astounding drummer Tre Reid as his band- a small group that produces HUGE sound. Expect Stevie Wonder-esque soul and performance energy, the howling electric blues licks and psychedelic songwriting imagination of Hendrix, and smoky, acrobatic vocals all his own. Grab a bite as we serve food late, but don't let it fall out of your mouth when your jaw drops to the floor.

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Wayne Tucker & The Bad Mothas

THURSDAY, AUGUST 24
10 PM

Otro Cinco is proud to present an incredible night of jazz by Wayne Tucker and his Band featuring Melissa Gardiner. Pair this unforgettable performance by some of New York's hottest up and coming players with Otro Cinco's late night libations, taste offerings, and unmistakable atmosphere.

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When Particles Collide

THURSDAY, AUGUST 31
10 PM

When Particles Collide make their Syracuse debut at Otro Cinco. If you like Rock N Roll then you will love WPC!

“You're onto something great when you can deliver a straightforward pop nugget that pulls from Motown, heavy metal and equal parts Joan Jett and Nancy Sinatra”
-Jed Gottlieb The Boston Herald August 2016