John Nolan (of Taking Back Sunday & Straylight Run)

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John Nolan (of Taking Back Sunday & Straylight Run)

Modern Baseball, Connor Byrne

Tue, March 12, 2013

Doors: 6:30 pm / Show: 7:00 pm

The Barbary

Philadelphia, PA

$10.00 - $12.00

Cancelled

This event is all ages

John was an in accident on his way to Philly. All is okay, except for his vehicle. Refunds will be made to everyone who purchased tickets. Sorry!

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John Nolan (of Taking Back Sunday & Straylight Run)
John Nolan (of Taking Back Sunday & Straylight Run)
John Thomas Nolan is the lead singer/guitarist of Straylight Run and the guitarist/co-vocalist of Taking Back Sunday. Nolan left Taking Back Sunday in 2003 and during March 2010 rejoined Taking Back Sunday with Shaun Cooper, who left during his first run with the band, reforming the Tell All Your Friends-era lineup. John Nolan also has a solo project and has recorded an album called Height.
Modern Baseball
Modern Baseball
Modern Baseball was formed in 2011 by friends and guitarists Jacob Ewald and Brendan Lukens, who were soon joined by Ian Farmer on bass and Sean Huber on drums. The band self-released their first EP The Nameless Ranger in 2011 while still in high school. Shortly after the members relocated to Philadelphia to attend college and quickly gained a strong following in the Philadelphia music community, teaming up with locals Marietta to release the Couples Therapy split in the spring of 2012. Modern Baseball released their debut full-length Sports later that year on Lame-O Records, which they self-recorded and produced. After spending the summer of 2013 touring heavily across the US, the band headed into Studio A in Philadelphia to self-record You're Going to Miss It All. Mixed by Jonathan Low at Minor Street Recordings and mastered by Will Yip, You're Going to Miss It All features 12 tracks that showcase the band's signature witty indie-pop.
Connor Byrne
Connor Byrne
Philadelphia resident by way of New Jersey, Connor Byrne has been songwriting as soon as he learned to play guitar. Some of those songs went to bands he was a part of and others stayed specifically acoustic. Amidst the breaking up of his most recent band, Scarier Area, Connor has returned to the studio to record acoustic material again for the first time since 2011.
Venue Information:
The Barbary
951 Frankford Ave
Philadelphia, PA, 19125
http://www.myspace.com/thenewbarbary