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ghostbar Welcomes Electro-Punk Rock Talent, Trouble Andrew, May 11


ghostbar Welcomes Electro-Punk Rock Talent, Trouble Andrew, May 11

WHAT: ghostbar’s weekly party, Snitch Wednesdays, presents Trouble Andrew, lead singer of the self-entitled four-man band, for a live performance on May 11.

WHO: Trevor “Trouble” Andrew – electro pop, surf and punk musician and professional snowboarder

Trouble Andrew has been making noise for over a decade through the snowboard, skate and surf worlds, playing at events such as X Games and Burton Snowboard world tours. He has been a professional snowboarder for Burton since the age of 14, breaking his bones for respect and a paycheck. Trouble Andrew wrote his first songs while recovering from a 2005 snowboard injury that put him off snow for eight months. In this time, he discovered his musical talent, surrounded by music equipment and a lot of extra time. Trouble Andrew, comprised of four musicians, released their first album in 2007, self-entitled, “Trouble Andrew.” The sound is a blend of synch/programmed beats, and danceable skate and punk rock, drawing from musical influences throughout his life.

WHEN: Wednesday, May 11

WHERE: ghostbar
Palms Casino Resort
4321 W. Flamingo Rd.
Las Vegas, NV 89103

MORE: Snitch Wednesdays at ghostbar is a cool and swanky industry night featuring local residents Dave Fogg and M!KEATTACK, who spin classic hip-hop mash-ups, indie and top-40 hits. Admission is $20 per person, local ladies are free. All guests must be 21 years of age and older. ghostbar is open seven nights a week at 8 p.m. until late. For additional information visit www.ghostbar.com and for table reservations, email tables@palms.com.

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