Pop into the Crown on Tuesday, Cherub, Con Bro Chill, Mansions on the Moon

Cherub
Tennessee’s two guys Cherub play Tuesday in the Crown Room.

Electro-pop duo Cherub performs Tuesday in a ticketed Crown Room show in the Crystal Bay Casino. The duo, Jordan Kelley and Jason Huber will perform with Con Bro Chill and Mansions of the Moon.

Doors open at 8 p.m. and the show is set to start at 9 p.m.

The Tuesday show opens an eclectic, entertainment-filled week in the venue celebrating its 10th year. Rusted Root plays Wednesday, the Motet and Jelly Bread Friday and the Creepers Ball with Tainted Love is Saturday.

Press materials say Cherub’s music is a fresh electrified take on risqué pop music that brings to mind timeless artists such as Prince or Zapp and Roger, and more contemporary artists like Pharrell and The Dream. With a live show that is bouncing with energy, Cherub dances their way into the hearts of audiences from the first falsetto hook, until the very last delay filters out.

2013 saw the release of “100 Bottles” EP with the leadoff infectious smash “Jazzercise ’95.” In addition to a direct support slot on spring 2013’s Age of Reason Tour with Gramatik, the band will be making stops at such festivals as Lollapalooza, Governor’s Ball, Austin City Limits, Wakarusa, as well as stops in the UK & Europe.

Mansions on the Moon
Mansions on the Moon open the show.

Named one of Paste Magazine’s “12 Tennessee Bands you Should Listen to Now,” Cherub had a massive 2012, with appearances at such major festivals as Bonnaroo, SXSW, Electric Forest, Hangout Fest, Snowball Music Fest, and with STS9 at Red Rocks Amphitheater.

Con Bro Chill describes itself as a Power Party Pop group named after a lacrosse player.

Mansions on the Moon is a synth-pop band from Los Angeles.

Cherub with Con Bro Chill and Mansions Of The Moon

When: 9 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 22

Where: Crystal Bay Casino Crown Room

Tickets: $12 in advance or $15 on the day of the show

Cherub video: WATCH

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