The Surreal McCoys

Pearl Street Warehouse Presents

The Surreal McCoys

The Glenmont Popes, The Dukes of Dartford (a tribute to the Rolling Stones)

Fri · May 31, 2019

Doors: 7:00 pm / Show: 8:00 pm


This event is 21 and over

This Show is G.A.

Seating is limited and first come first serve

Tables are meant to be shared

The Surreal McCoys
The Surreal McCoys
Sirius XM Outlaw Country favorites The Surreal McCoys are a gritty band of hardcore troubadours who ply their brand of Johnny Clash twang at the moonlit crossroads of Americana and Punk Rock. A Roots Rock outfit with one foot in the garage and the other on a tipsy roadhouse barstool, their songs recall an era of lesser hygiene and greater guitar riffs.
The five-piece has played sweat-soaked shows to ecstatic and inebriated audiences all over America, including SXSW in Austin, TX and AmericanaFest in Nashville, TN. They have recorded two full length albums of original songs: their debut LP, The Bottle & The Gun, and their latest, The Howl & The Growl.

The Howl & The Growl peaked at #75 and #48 on the AMA and Alt-Root Americana Charts and placed in the Top 100 Albums of the Year in both the Americana music magazines No Depression and Alternate Root. The album’s first single, “Whole Lotta Folsom,” received heavy airplay on Sirius XM’s Outlaw Country station, was a “Top 10 Songs of the Week” and “Top 5 Most Added” on the AMA Americana Chart, and garnered airplay on 100 radio stations and internet outlets worldwide, including in the UK, Spain, Germany, Australia, Uruguay, Canada, and Texas.

"I’m playin’ the shit outta this record. It's like Johnny Cash and Zeppelin were out on tour in 1972 and recorded in a Memphis Holiday Inn.” —Mojo Nixon, Sirius XM Outlaw Country

"The Surreal McCoys successfully put Hank Williams into the garage and stick The Replacements on stage at a honky tonk.”
—Alternate Root Magazine

“Who are The Surreal McCoys? Your favorite new cowpunk band.” —LA Weekly

“Raucus, rocking and relentless…” --Country Standard Time

“These guys deliver sweaty, maximum energy tunes about love, loss and ramblin’” —Elmore Magazine
The Glenmont Popes
The Glenmont Popes
The Dukes of Dartford (a tribute to the Rolling Stones)
The Dukes of Dartford (a tribute to the Rolling Stones)
DC based tribute to the Rolling Stones
Venue Information:
Pearl Street Warehouse
33 Pearl St SW
Washington, DC, 20024