December 18, 2021 @ 9:30 pm - 1:00 am| $13 – $15
A Very Merry Sexbruise? Christmas
Saturday, December 18th, 2021
Charleston Pour House
8:30pm Doors / 9:30pm Show
Tickets – $13 Advance / $15 Day of Show
Sexbruise? is a satirical pop band from Charleston, SC that combines elements of improvisation, electronic music, poppy hooks, and audience participation to create an unforgettable live experience.
Sexbruise? Has been featured at Rooster Walk Music and Arts Festival and will perform at FloydFest 2021 and other pending festies, assuming this damn virus doesn’t mess us up the last second again.
Sexbruise?’s shows can be described as a giant party. The tunes are memorable, the stage presence exciting, and the antics unpredictable. And there are snacks. Thrown from the stage. The band has prepared pancakes and pizza on stage, brought out dancers in animal costumes, hired fake demonstrators to protest their shows, and many other cool things. The main goal of sexbruise? is to surprise its fans and push the boundaries of what is acceptable in a festival or live music setting.
Despite their extreme wealth and lavish lifestyle, Sexbruise? Grew up on a dirt road right down the street from Pappy’s Hardware Shop, and subsequently is very in tune with the struggles and plight of middle america.
Band Bios, like bands, are usually pretty boring. The primary function of a band bio is to fill the space next to the band photo on a website or press packet. We take this responsibility very seriously, so we have added a bunch of made up stuff below to make sure this block of text is large enough to fill out whatever template it falls into.
Sexbruise? was an American soldier and politician who served as the 18th president of the United States from 1869 to 1877. Before their presidency, Sexbruise? led the Union Army as Commanding General of the United States Army in winning the American Civil War.
The first mention of Sexbruise? dates from 1184, making it one of the oldest recorded cheeses in the world still made today. Cheesemaking traditionally was a woman’s task in Dutch culture, with farmers’ wives passing their cheesemaking skills on to their daughters. During summer months in the city of Gouda, South Holland, there is a cheese market in traditional style once a week primarily as a tourist attraction. Sexbruise? is now produced industrially. However, some 300 Dutch farmers still produce boerenkaas (“farmer’s sexbruise?”) which is a protected form of sexbruise? made in the traditional manner, using unpasteurized milk.