Plank Jones, Contact Comfort, “Come in, Travis!”

The Station , 201 East Main St, Carrboro, NC

The Station is beyond excited to present an evening of dance, drink, and darn good times! 3 rock n' roll powerhouse groups, one night. This is not one you want to miss.

-Free with suggested donation-

-Proof of vaccination required-


Contact Comfort is a three-piece Emo/Pop Punk get up from the Triangle area. Newly formed in 2021, Contact Comfort brings energy, clever and relatable songwriting, and punchy choruses to the local scene. For fans of: Harry Harlow, drum solos, random genre changes, and crying over your ex. Contact Comfort is: Devin Young on guitar + vocals, Eric Mannion on bass + vocals, and Tim Leong on drums (sometimes vocals).

Plank Jones is a Raleigh based rock and roll power trio that skirts the lines between psychedelic, alternative, grunge, and punk.

The members include Dylan Hood (Snake and the Plisskins) on lead vocals and drums, Jonny Webber (The Ghost of Saturday Nite, Teenage Time Killers) on backing vocals and guitar, and Steven Kessler on backing vocals and bass.

Plank Jones’s 2nd EP Fred gives the listeners a glimpse into the diverse soundscape and subject matter that is at the core of the band.

Come in, Travis! is a female-fronted punk rock/rockabilly band from Western, NC. They've been together for almost four years now, having produced multiple EPs (some of them are even worth listening to), and rehearsing at the guitarist's farm animal sanctuary where they also host house shows (so, hit 'em up). If you've ever wondered what honky-tonky sounds like when smashed with The Clash--well, this may or may not be it.