Red Cities, Annie & the Bang Bang, and a yet-to-be-announced third band will be playing Duffy’s Tavern July 21 at 7pm to 11pm! We’ll look forward to seeing our fans and friends at the show on that Sunday night! It’s $5.00 at the door and music starts at 8pm!
Tony Geist and I-29 Comedy Productions is hosting Pun Crock 2 at the Barley Street Tavern on June 21 at 9:00pm for only $5.00! Red Cities will be closing out the evening of stand-up, with Heatwaves providing heavy garage rock in the middle between comedy sets. Come on out on the longest day of the year in the Benson neighborhood of Omaha!
In late December 2018, Misfire and Dark Satellites from Kansas City joined Red Cities at The Zoo Bar for a great night of space rock, punk rock, and garage rock! Head on over to our Merch page and give our records a listen, and check out Misfire and Dark Satellites on Bandcamp!
Red Cities will be playing with the great The Broke Loose and The Morbs at O’Leavers Pub in Omaha on Saturday March 9 at 9pm! We like The Broke Loose’s sound that is rooted in L.A.’s infamous Paisley Underground scene. The Morbs are an excellent mix of Bikini Kill-style punk rock snarl, and Fire Party-style melodicism. We’ll look forward to seeing our friends and fans at the show. The first 10 people in the door receive a vinyl record from our label, Modern Peasant Records! Who said in today’s America you can’t get something for FREE!
Red Cities is playing its last show of the year at The Zoo Bar on December 29 with a great, new punk band in town – Misfire, and Dark Satellites from Kansas City, a space rock/psychedelic rock band. You’ve been summoned!
The show is $5.00, and the first 10 people in the door receive a free Modern Peasant Records release!
The great year after releasing our second L.P. “Soft Target” on December 1, 2017 continues, as Red Cities received acclaim for “Best Albums of 2017” by The Big Takeover Magazine and an excellent review in The Lincoln Journal Star. We were featured on Genya Ravan’s Sirius XM show “Goldie’s Garage,” on WKDU Philadelphia, on WFMU Jersey City, and local stations KZUM and KRNU among others.
Big Takeover said of Soft Target: “The five-year-old foursome’s even better, belated follow-up is a feast (and fest!) for such hard n’ raw right-hand riffing – I’ll add Fred Sonic Smith and Wayne Kramer – only Red Cities are like the Aussies that seized that Detroit/Cleveland template and set it on fire – it’s hot, hot, hot!”
We’re honored to be finalists for “Best Punk” band of the year by the Omaha Entertainment and Arts Awards, and by our fans for voting for us! It’s been a great year and thanks for all the support from our friends and fans.
On our albums “Red Cities” (2014) and “Soft Target” (2017), we take up themes dealing with working class liberation and social democracy, more generally part of our socialist ethos as musicians and people. Check out “Worker Song” and “It’s Political” from our October 2017 show with the indomitable Child Bite!