Bonnie Prince Billy, Emmet Kelly, and Crush the Junta (POSTPONED!)

Sunday, Mar 15, 2020 - 7:00 PM

Montage Music Hall

50 Chestnut St Rochester, NY 14604


AfterDarkPresents, on the advisement of Monroe County authorities, has cancelled/postponed this show. 

"Please stay tuned as we work diligently with each artist and their team on securing a rescheduled date.  Refunds will be available at your points of purchase once we have a definitive answer on the future of each show. Stay tuned as we will be posting daily updates moving forward. Thanks as always for your continued support."

7:00PM Doors | $20 adv | 16+ with ID (under 16 with adult)

Sunday, March 15th
After Dark Presents
Bonnie Prince Billy
with special guests

Emmet Kelly

Crush the Junta


Tickets are available without online fees at Aaron’s Alley, Record Archive, The House Of Guitars and by phone via After Dark (716.893.2900) | Mon-Fri 10:30a–5:30p)

Bonnie "Prince" Billy

Oldham is known for his "do-it-yourself punk aesthetic and blunt honesty," and his music has been likened to Americana, folk, roots, country, punk, and indie rock. He has been called an "Appalachian post-punk solipsist", with a voice that has been described as "a fragile sort-of warble frittering around haunted melodies in the American folk or country tradition."

Emmet Kelly

Emmett Kelly is an American singer, songwriter and guitarist from Van Nuys, California. He is the primary songwriter and recording artist of The Cairo Gang, and has contributed vocal and instrumental work to a variety of international musical projects, appearing on recordings by the likes of Bonnie "Prince" Billy, Azita, Joan of Arc, Angel Olsen, Edith Frost,[1] Women and Children, John Webster Johns, Jeff Harms, Chicago poet/singer Marvin Tate,[2] Matteah Baim, Japanese musician Takuma Watanabe, and Joshua Abrams. Kelly has toured in several of the aforementioned acts in addition to with Sonny Smith, Baby Dee, Beth Orton, and Terry Reid; and in other instances, performed live with Scott Tuma, Joan of Arc, and Pillars and Tongues. He is also one half of the band The Surf, The Sundried, and a founding member of Chicago's Psychojail.

In 2016, Kelly was a member of garage rock musician Ty Segall's backing band The Muggers, formed following the release of the studio album, Emotional Mugger. Continuing to work with Segall, Kelly contributed to the recording of his ninth studio album, Ty Segall (2017), and is currently a member of his backing band, The Freedom Band.

Crush the Junta

Crush the Junta is a trio featuring Dennis Mariano of Thunderbody, Chris Reeg of Ian Downey is Famous, The Years, Entente Cordiale, and Blood and Bone Orchestra and Joe Tunis of Tuurd, Joe+N, Entente Cordiale, SQ, Pengo, and formerly of Hilkka (he also runs Carbon Records). The three play a variety of instruments, but mainly stick to drums, synth/electronics/bass and guitar respectively. This music is usually heavy and loud rock (RIYL Heavy Winged, Bardo Pond, Grey Daturas). This new release, while still loud and heavy at times, also ventures into more varied directions.