Gainesville band performs last show

Tonight at the Sidebar, the band Morningbell joins another Gainesville band that will make its final performance: The Most.

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Published: Friday, January 11, 2008 at 7:18 a.m.
Last Modified: Friday, January 11, 2008 at 7:18 a.m.

Local music fans can bid adieu tonight to The Most, which is playing its last show starting at 9 p.m. at the Sidebar along with local rock-linchpin Morningbell and indie band King of Prussia, which is trekking down from Athens, Ga. for the show.


King of Prussia, Morningbell and The Most

•When: 9 tonight

•Where: Sidebar, 15 SW 2nd St.

•Tickets: $5

A feel-good rock group that's known as a premiere act in the downtown Gainesville gestalt, The Most includes vocalist Charlie Honderick, keyboardist/trumpeter David Lammermeir, guitarist/vocalist Chris Fletcher, drummer John Asheden and bassist Matt Rector.

Morningbell will play a cover of a song from the Most's songbook in tribute to the band. "We're sad to see them go, but we want to send them off in style," said member Travis Atria.

In addition, Morningbell's set will highlight its range of ability with songs that include a taste of the band's harder edge. "It will be a rock ’n’ roll set that represents a good mixture from our three albums," Atria said. "All of our albums are usually quieter and softer, but every album has one or two songs that are pure rock ’n’ roll. We're going to be loud for once."

King of Prussia, indie rockers who hail from Athens, Georgia, will play tracks off their forthcoming recording called "Save the Scene," which is due for release soon on Kindercore Records.

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