The Krank Daddies Live at Lefty’s - Lefty's Live Music2307 University Ave - Des Moines , IA 50312
09/18/2019 9:00 PM - 09/18/2019 11:00 PM
The World Famous Krank Daddies are back at Lefty’s on Sept. 18th with Des Moines’ own Other Brothers.
9pm – 21+
$10 Day Of Show
The Krank Daddies – Here are the THE WORLD FAMOUS KRANK DADDIES, a Chicago based band always ready and willing to RIP IT UP!! After thousands of shows people have labeled The Krank Daddies music as Raw Rippin Rock n Roll. The KRANK DADDIES deliver a high impact live performance which always leaves the audience screaming for more. Fronted by Chops McClintock, a greasy gritty rock and roll legend, THE KRANK DADDIES rip through their live sets with a “Johnny Cash went to Hell and punched the devil in his balls” vibe. HiTops Farrelli hits the stage with his upright bass pounding out the rhythm like a Brooklyn Brawler. The Krank Daddies have toured the continental USA extensively and have shared the bill with some of the music industry’s most renowned rock artists such as Motorhead, The Reverend Horton Heat, Rob Zombie, Social Distortion and more. THE KRANK DADDIES Have independently released two albums and are currently securing a world renowned producer for their 3rd release. This band has received rave reviews and is on the cusp of conquering the world!
Other Brothers – The Other Brothers are a rock & blues trio born and bred out of the midwest. Frontman Eli Clark smokes on the harmonica and guitar while the red hot rhythm is provided by Jason Kadiwhompus on drums and Lorenz Inez on bass. Together, their sound is driving and classic, yet undeniably fresh. A typical Other Brothers show sounds like a combination of ZZ Top, CCR, and Link Wray, to name a few. However, no two gigs are exactly the same.
Over the last year, the boys have been touring in support of their second studio album, Born out of Tune; most notably appearing at a standing-room-only debut at Kansas City’s Westport Saloon and winning runner-up at The Iowa Blues Challenge. 2019 holds exciting things for The Other Brothers. Inspired by their travels, a new full-length record releases this summer, followed by a tour spanning uncharted distances.