Most Savage Gentlemen and Betamax on thecrossover.tv performing a cover of Circles by Post Malone.
Most Savage Gentlemen is a band based out of Alexandria, VA/ Washington, DC that plays both cover music and original writing. They are the combination of four multi-instrumental musicians with a variety of musical stylings and backgrounds.
its members are hardly new to both the DC and international music scene. A project started by Steve Hansgen (of legendary punk bands Minor Threat, Youth Brigade, and Government Issue) and Mike Barrett (Rockwell Jones, Inevitable Backlash, and Photolab). When Barrett paired up with Tyler DeCourt and Mike Falcon, Betamax is already creating a enormous buzz with DC music insiders who have had the opportunity to hear their stylistic blend of high energy rock and post punk originals.
The bands perform together tonight in Washington DC supporting the Most Savage Gentlemen album release show. Tickets and event info are available at DC9 https://www.dc9.club/
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