Broncho, Thursday, Sept. 11, at the RecordBar.
After a few years of scuffling as an undistinguished Midwestern rock band, Broncho has been thrust into the national spotlight. The band based in Norman, Okla., has recently been touted by prominent outlets, including NPR programs “World Cafe” and “All Songs Considered.” Powerful new songs “Class Historian” and “What” from the forthcoming album “Just Hip Enough to Be Woman” are as irresistible as the best work of the Strokes. Broncho is sharing its breakthrough moment with the Low Litas, an indie-rock trio from Oklahoma City. Two Kansas City bands — art rockers Various Blonde and frenetic punks Sneaky Creeps — open Thursday’s show. 
Tickets are $10 in advance through therecordbar.com.
Broncho, Thursday, Sept. 11, at the RecordBar. After a few years of scuffling as an undistinguished Midwestern rock band, Broncho has been thrust into the national spotlight. The band based in Norman, Okla., has recently been touted by prominent outlets, including NPR programs “World Cafe” and “All Songs Considered.” Powerful new songs “Class Historian” and “What” from the forthcoming album “Just Hip Enough to Be Woman” are as irresistible as the best work of the Strokes. Broncho is sharing its breakthrough moment with the Low Litas, an indie-rock trio from Oklahoma City. Two Kansas City bands — art rockers Various Blonde and frenetic punks Sneaky Creeps — open Thursday’s show. Tickets are $10 in advance through therecordbar.com. Jaret Ferratusco
Broncho, Thursday, Sept. 11, at the RecordBar. After a few years of scuffling as an undistinguished Midwestern rock band, Broncho has been thrust into the national spotlight. The band based in Norman, Okla., has recently been touted by prominent outlets, including NPR programs “World Cafe” and “All Songs Considered.” Powerful new songs “Class Historian” and “What” from the forthcoming album “Just Hip Enough to Be Woman” are as irresistible as the best work of the Strokes. Broncho is sharing its breakthrough moment with the Low Litas, an indie-rock trio from Oklahoma City. Two Kansas City bands — art rockers Various Blonde and frenetic punks Sneaky Creeps — open Thursday’s show. Tickets are $10 in advance through therecordbar.com. Jaret Ferratusco
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