Murder for Girls Plays South Side’s Excuses; Vinoski Winery Hosts FUBAR (Fri., 7/9/21)

1) Murder for Girls  is a punky, crunchy band built upon the strong bass lines of bass guitarist Jonathan Bagamery, intense rhythmic drumming of Michele Dunlap, and dual guitar sound of Tammy Wallace and Stephanie Wallace and their harmonic, fast-paced vocals. Murder for Girls is active on the local scene and has drawn good crowds to their appearances at the Deutschtown Music Festival, RANT, and Ladyfest. Murder for Girls latest album is 2020’s Done in the Dark, which was produced, recorded, and mixed by Tommy Stinson who’s played bass guitar in The Replacements and Guns ‘N Roses. Also on the bill are Gutter Rich and The Redlines. 9 p.m. Excuses, 2526 S. Carson St., South Side. (C.M./R.H.)

Murder for girls includes (left to right) Stephanie Wallace, Michele Dunlap,Tammy Wallace, and Jonathan Bagamery.

Murder for girls includes (left to right) Stephanie Wallace, Michele Dunlap,Tammy Wallace, and Jonathan Bagamery.

2) Rock-reggae band FUBAR plays Vinoski Winery in Rostraver this evening. The band also has a very talented horn section which adds an extra dimension to their sound. Get on the Bus! is FUBAR’s latest album, released in 2020. 6:30  to 9 p.m. No cover. 333 Castle Drive.