Mike Borgia and The Problems

Hit Makers Music Presents: All ages matinee

Mike Borgia and The Problems

Pullman Standard, Atlas

Thu, January 24, 2013

6:00 pm (event ends at 9:40 pm)

Czar Bar

Kansas City, MO

$5.00 - $10.00

This event is all ages

This event is for fans to help us select our next radio single.

Mike Borgia and The Problems
Mike Borgia and The Problems
An italian american singer songwriter, with over a decade as an active professional. Born in New York, Mike spent his childhood playing in clubs as a guitarist and backup singer in a progressive metal band from age 13-16. He then slowly evolved into different genres of rock, indie and punk, and from the mid 90's to early 2000, He formed a band called Tread ( formerly, Samsara, Venear) With growing ambition, Tread were on their way to commercial success, until they called it quits in 2001.
From 2001 until 2010, Mike toured solo in the UK, releasing 9 solo records. His UK tours earned him a loyal fanbase, that allowed for a steady career within that time.
Then in 2011, Mike Borgia & The Problems were formed in New York as a trio, with Nathan MacCormack on Cello & Brian Bauer on drums. They released one well received E.P called "Live or die, you won't be lonely" and shortly after, Mike left New York, to live in Kansas City, in which to form the new lineup, and a new record that is breaking barriers called "Goodbye New York" for 2012.
Pullman Standard
Pullman Standard
Pullman started off as an acoustic duo project by longtime friends Timothy(lead vocls) and Neal(drums). They realized they wanted a fuller sound and pulled in Austin on bass and Kevin on lead guitar. After winning a local San Diego radio contest, the group was set. After spending much of 2009 in the studio recording their new EP, the group is currently touring Southern California in support of Midnight Matinee.
Atlas
Atlas
Atlas is the name of a band based in Kansas City formed by Jonny Wooddell, Jeremy Chugg, Josh Orwig, Nick Welch, and Dave Dalbey.
We are proud of the music that we play and write, and unashamedly realize that, in spite of our best efforts, it frequently teeters on the edge of generic rock songs, unconvincing country ballads, or an unfortunate brand of 90s Pop-rock. Still, our goal is that in the end the songs will transform into something meaningful and honest, regardless of our flaws and musical shortcomings.
Venue Information:
Czar Bar
1531 Grand Blvd.
Kansas City, MO, 64108
http://www.czarkc.com/