Texas Hippie Coalition

Texas Hippie Coalition

Sworn us Under, Carol Morgan

Sat · December 29, 2018

8:00 pm

Tickets at the Door

This event is all ages

Texas Hippie Coalition
Texas Hippie Coalition
Heavy metal band from Denison, Texas formed in 2004
Sworn us Under
Heavy Metal Band “SWORN US UNDER” is a fresh sound of Metal Riffs and Daunting Vocals with a taste of Headbanging Grooves and a touch of Lead Playing Finesse from Guitar Duo Dean Mestas and Chris Gordon. Sharing the Syncopated and often times Melodic, ear-friendly experience are: Josh Bambino on Drums, Lala B on Bass Guitar and Dante Henderson on Vocals. The band has been together for 8 years. They have earned a following in their native Grand Junction, Colorado sharing the stage with big name acts such as Hatebreed, OTEP, Hemlock, Iced Earth, Cephalic Carnage, Powerman 5000 and From Sword to Sunrise. The band has gained local awareness in part thanks to an appearance in local Tattoo Artist’s Paul Roberts and Tattmandu Tattoo Shop’s T.V. Commercial. After several successful live shows the owners of the Tattoo Shop approached Sworn Us Under with their interest in working with the band on the Commercial. The band now enjoys permanent sponsorship's with Paul Roberts and Steve Clayton Picks.
Along, with the T.V. appearances and numerous Live Shows, the band gets regular airplay and has has been interviewed by local Alternative Radio Station 91.3 KMSA and Hardrockradiolive.com. Both stations have actively promoted, advertised, and supported Sworn Us Under from the start. Most recently supported by killtrendradio.com and X106.9 KMZK.
With a hard working attitude and dedication to their craft, Sworn Us Under is ready to unleash their Unique Metal Sound for the Masses!!
Carol Morgan
Carol Morgan
A 3 song demo and a library full of pop/rock 90’s covers, worked her way solo in live music entertainment.
Carol Morgan simultaneously gigged while completing contemporary music studies. Feeding passion by putting her songs on the grid at RK1 Studios with producer Matt Kemp, and a couple of other gurus.
She independently released Super Human, two singles “Leave it in the Fire,” and “Gone from My Sight,” followed by an EP Eargasms Overdrive featuring “Sweet” and “Let Live.”
By 2017, Morgan went from gigging solo to duo with bad ass drummer, Timmy Braun. Already on board to the original project were bassist, David Brown and lead guitarist, Matt Kemp. With an alternative/rock sound, the band’s objective is to showcase their evolving original repertoire.
Carol & Timmy continue to book as the duo, aiming to deliver a full evening of high energy acoustic entertainment, including the pop/rock 90’s covers.
For booking contact: carolm643@gmail.com
“Let Live”(OFFICIAL VIDEO) https://youtu.be/PNFlvUEyNxM
“SWEET!”(OFFICIAL VIDEO) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7Nc5JrkuDPE
Live at the Blue Note https://youtu.be/-IbbRUQm3d4?t=41m27s
mp.3 downloads https://crittermorgan.bandcamp.com/

Past venues include Saloons, private parties, restaurants and music festivals: Musashi's, Bill's Steakhouse & Saloon, The Aloha Tavern, The Mantel Wine Bar & Bistro, S &B's Burger Joint, Peloton Wine Bar & Cafe, JJ's Alley, Crazy Dave's Sports Bar, Red Brick Bar, The Deli, Oklahoma Vintage Guitar, Heartland Pub & Grill, Kendell's, block parties and private events.
Festivals are always a pleasure: Paseo Arts, Norman Music Fest, Live Music on the Canal, Metro Music Fest, Chevy Bricktown BBQ & Blues Fest, El Reno Art Walk.
Special events: half time for the OKC Barons hockey game, Oklahoma River Cruise, OKC Air Park, Myriad Botanical Gardens, Oklahoma state fair.
Fundraisers are an honor: Midwest City K-9 Officer benefit, Teddies for Tykes, Autism Research, Bethel Foundation, OCARTA, Wormy Dog Saloon.
She’s shared the stage with KALO, Texas Hippie Coalition, Otis Watkins, Shiny Toy Guns, Superpimp, CRUEligans, 36 Inches, Trifecta and more. Continued gratitude to the friends, musicians, bands and open jams that musical memories are made with.
“She always sang. She’d be standing next to me from the back seat of the car singing word for word to songs on the radio. She was little, like 2 years old. It was very cute.” – Cleo Morgan (Carol’s mom)
Venue Information:
Mesa Theater
538 Main St
Grand Junction, CO, 81501