For Your Listening Pleasure

From the Debut Album

  Steady By
Your Side
Interstate Shakedown 01 Interstate Shakedown
Young Man 02 Young Man
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Live and in the Flesh


Herman's Hideaway

w/ The Dendrites

This show is sure to be full of so much dancing, it's gonna hurt. Your feet. For real, if you haven't seen The Dendrites, come check this one out, it'll be a hoot and a half!

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Album Release at the Hi-Dive!

w/ Special Guests

It's the release of our follow up album! Come party with us!

Meet the Whole Gang

Calder's Revolvers is

Sam Gault Drums
Ross Hostage Alto Saxophone
Brad Johnson Lead Guitar
Alea Kilgore Backing Vocals
Squidds Madden Trumpet
Andy Schneider Rhythm Guitar / Keys / Vocals
Cole Strain Bass

About the Band

Calder's Revolvers was formed in December 2009 by former members of The Archive (guitarist Brad Johnson and vocalist Andy Schneider) and We Are! We Are! (drummer Sam Gault) as well as bassist Cole Strain. The original garage rock and punk roots have given way to a unique blend of classic rock with contemporary rock and R&B. Calder's Revolvers released their debut EP in January 2011, followed with their EP Black Bloc in January 2012 and released their debut full-length LP "Steady By Your Side" in September 2012.

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The Word on the Streets

Steady By Your Side Album Review

It's still a bit early to start engaging in any album-of-the-year type of discussion. Just the same, Steady by Your Side, which offers one of the most exhilarating listening experiences of the year by far, warrants inclusion in any such conversation.

Dave Herrera, Westword

Calder's Revolvers put soul in their rock and roll

Even the band's name is a mix of influences. In very garage-band style, it came from a T-shirt, one Schneider collected in college that sports an image of a mobile made from revolvers. They added that common noun to the proper noun of Alexander Calder, the man who created mobiles, and ended with a nom de sound Schneider happily calls volatile.

Kelsey Whipple, Westword