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Gasoline Bros. ignite stage with music
Space Angels to open April 11 show
The Gasoline Bros. will perform Saturday, April 11, in Grant Street Music Room, 583 Grant St., in Clarkesville. Advance tickets are $5.

Pulling inspiration from Elvis, Jerry Lee Lewis and Johnny Cash, the Gasoline Bros. will show off its unique sound in concert at Grant Street Music Room in Clarkesville.

The concert will be Saturday, April 11, at 583 Grant St. in Clarkesville. Advance tickets are $5 for the show from 8-11:45 p.m.

The Gasoline Bros. consists of Ray Strickland, Billy Pitts, David Piper, Doug Kees and Brian Huffman. The band is joined onstage and in the studio by keyboard player Joey Huffman, a veteran of Hank Williams Jr.’s band, Soul Asylum, Matchbox 20 and the Georgia Satellites.

Strickland is responsible for writing the songs, but credits a mutual mindset for making the music sound in sync.

After spending the past few years opening shows for Blackberry Smoke, The Band Perry, Rodney Atkins, The Georgia Satellites, The Marshall Tucker Band and Chris Knight, the band is making a solid name for itself on the road.

Habersham County’s own Space Angels will open the show at 9 p.m.

For more information, call 706-754-3541 or visit