If you went to WZPL’s Jingle Jam you saw Indiana’s Own “The Elms” open the show. They are “Going Back To Indiana” Saturday night, in a fund raising concert in Zionsville. Here’s the scoop:
RESCHEDULED DATE ANNOUNCED
THE ELMS SAT. JAN. 30
LIVE AT THE ZIONSVILLE PERFORMING ARTS CENTER
(Indianapolis, IN—Jan 13) Zionsville Community High School (ZCHS) Tri-M Music Honor Society and ZCHS O Ambassadors today announced that THE ELMS concert has been rescheduled and will now take place on Saturday, January 30 at 7:00 p.m. (doors at 6:00 p.m.) at the Zionsville Performing Arts Center (ZPAC). The originally scheduled date was January 16 but has been rescheduled due to the Indianapolis Colts playoff game. Tickets for the originally scheduled date will be honored on January 30. Special guests for the show will be Specific Oceans. The event is a fundraiser for Africa Water is Life. 1.1 billion people don’t have access to clean water. You can HELP.
TICKET INFO: Tickets [ONLY $10.00 advance & $15.00 day of show!!] are on sale now in person or on-line at www.zionsvilleorchestra.com. The show is all ages. The ZPAC is located at 1000 Mulberry Street, Zionsville, Indiana.
The Elms recently released their new album The Great American Midrange, which features the hit singles “Back to Indiana” and “This is How the World Will End”. The album has seen success for the band both in the media and on the road and debuted at #18 on Billboard Heatseekers Chart and #1 for North-Central Region.
Visit: www.theelms.net / www.myspace.com/theelms
More About The Elms:
Formed in Seymour, IN in 2001, THE ELMS have become one of the most respected and consistent young rock & roll bands from the midwestern U.S., both on record and on stage. The band have performed over 800 shows in the U.S. and Europe, with the likes of Neil Young, Goo Goo Dolls, Band Of Horses, Buddy Guy, Los Lonely Boys, Dave Matthews, Shooter Jennings, The Whigs, and many more, in addition to performing at some of the most prestigious music festivals including Monolith, Farm Aid, Midpoint Music Festival, Midwest Music Summit, Sturgis Bike Rally, South By Southwest, Big Spring Jam, and others.
RECENT PRESS REGARDING THE ELMS:
“Terrifically entertaining.” -Billboard
“Stunning.” -The San-Antonio Express-News
“Fabulous.” -The Chicago Sun-Times
“A stellar group.” -The Tennessean
“Clever and brooding…” -Dayton Daily News
“Bold, swaggering anthems.” -Courier Press
“Rare power and guts.” -Amplifier Magazine
“Incendiary.” -South Florida Sun
“Stomping roadhouse rock.” -HARP
“Spine-tingling.” -The Indianapolis Star
“Energetic, unadorned.” -Ft. Worth Star-Telegram
“Stirring, visceral.” -Hybrid Magazine