Interstate Astronauts
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Interstate Astronauts

Kansas City, Missouri, United States

Kansas City, Missouri, United States
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"Middle of the Map Review"

"Interstate Astronauts squeezed onto the stage as another member equipped with a wireless microphone roamed the cavernous space. The sound reverberated in the large glass and concrete room. The echo and distortion enhanced the rowdy din of the Interstate Astronauts and the lively bluegrass band Loaded Goat, but the acoustics would be problematic for more nuanced acts. | Bill Brownlee, Special to The Star"
- Bill Brownlee, Kansas City Star - Kansas City Star


"Middle of the Map Review"

"Interstate Astronauts squeezed onto the stage as another member equipped with a wireless microphone roamed the cavernous space. The sound reverberated in the large glass and concrete room. The echo and distortion enhanced the rowdy din of the Interstate Astronauts and the lively bluegrass band Loaded Goat, but the acoustics would be problematic for more nuanced acts. | Bill Brownlee, Special to The Star"
- Bill Brownlee, Kansas City Star - Kansas City Star


"The Shows you should see this week."

Music Forecast January 5-11
by David Hudnall

The Cave Girls, with Interstate Astronauts
Fewer people attend, but First Friday events continue in the Crossroads even in the deepest, darkest depths of winter. The best approach is to pick an event where it's acceptable to hunker down for a couple of hours, rather than roam the streets as one might in more temperate times. Czar is offering up a solid block of entertainment with photography from Rebecca Armstrong accompanied by live music between 5 and 9 p.m. The Cave Girls — a female trio playing fast, fundamental garage rock — share the bill with honky-tonk barroom-rock act Interstate Astronauts. The kitchen will be open, so you can really settle in.
Friday, January 6, at Czar (1531 Grand, 816-421-0300) - The Pitch


"The Shows you should see this week."

Music Forecast January 5-11
by David Hudnall

The Cave Girls, with Interstate Astronauts
Fewer people attend, but First Friday events continue in the Crossroads even in the deepest, darkest depths of winter. The best approach is to pick an event where it's acceptable to hunker down for a couple of hours, rather than roam the streets as one might in more temperate times. Czar is offering up a solid block of entertainment with photography from Rebecca Armstrong accompanied by live music between 5 and 9 p.m. The Cave Girls — a female trio playing fast, fundamental garage rock — share the bill with honky-tonk barroom-rock act Interstate Astronauts. The kitchen will be open, so you can really settle in.
Friday, January 6, at Czar (1531 Grand, 816-421-0300) - The Pitch


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Still working on that hot first release.

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Bio

Constituted in early 2011, The Interstate Astronauts emerged from the wreckage of an inter-galactic moonshine run gone bad. When they aren't transporting xxx across state lines, these Kansas City based hillbillies pump out raw, unadulterated hard Honky-Tonk with a punk edge.

You may hear hints of early 70s Kinks or Rolling Stones as The Interstate Astronauts take from their bluegrass, punk and alt-country roots to deliver a unique flavor of Rock n' Roll.

From front man Davis' wild vocals to Lead Guitar player Chris Ronchak's signature "Ronchy" tone, The Interstate Astronauts are a musical and lyrical force to be reckoned with.

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