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Thursday, September 30 • 10:15pm - 10:45pm
The Worsties

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It’s been a busy year for the Nashville based rock band, The Worsties. With two EPs under their belt they spent a majority of 2009 recording their third entitled “Dude. Dude. Dude. Totally!” and are currently back in the studio working on a full-length album. Alongside a busy recording schedule, The Worsties have generated quite a stir in the local and regional touring circuit sharing the stage with such acts as Big Boi from OutKast, Saving Abel, Candlebox, Cage the Elephant, American Bang, Marcy Playground, Theory of a Deadman, Pop Evil, Luna Halo, Ligion, Autovaughn and a slew of others. Along the way the band has attracted a faithful following in Atlanta, Louisville, Alabama, Lexington, Austin, and of course, in most of the major markets in their home state of Tennessee.

In late 2009 and early 2010 they’ve had numerous television placements, including “Kitty Litter” which was a featured song on MTV's “The Real World D.C.”

The Worsties are one of the top 10 requested bands on Nashville’s 102.9 The Buzz and were also nominated for four 102.9 The Local Buzz Awards in 2008 including Best New Artist, Song of the Year, Best Alternative/Pop-Rock, and Best Female Vocalist.

The band melds the sounds of 70’s era punk, 80’s pop and glam, The Pixies and even Motorhead to create a feisty, straight ahead rock n’ rollin’ good time. “Dude. Dude. Dude. Totally!” follows in the post-punk, riff based footsteps of their previous effort “Put Your Babe On” but with more focus and execution. While on the road supporting DDDT in the months to come, the band will be visiting the studio again to begin recording a handful of more new material.

The Worsties formed in 2005 with vocalist Anna Worstell, guitarist Jesse Worstell, and bassist Jairo Ruiz. Nathan Shelton joined the band on drums in March of 2008.

Thursday September 30, 2010 10:15pm - 10:45pm
The Rutledge 410 4th Avenue South, Nashville, TN, 37201

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