Up from The Ashes 3 is right around the corner! August 28 and 29, 2010 in Temecula California!
We have some very exciting news to share with all! We are very pleased to announce the addition of two more bands to our festival this year! Up first we are pleased to have on Sunday’s line up something all you fans of the Altar Boys are gonna want to check out!

THE ALTAR BILLIES

Howdy! The Altar Billies are a rockabilly/psychobilly trio that perform the music of the Altar Boys (A punk/rock group from the 80s and early 90s). Led by Altar Boys front man Mike Stand on geetar and vocals, the group has taken the music of the Altar Boys, stripped it down to its roots, put a twang to it, and a swing that will keep your toes a tapp’n and your fingers snapp’n. Rounding out the line up are Johnny X on upright and Chuck “Wagon” Cummings on the skins.

Learn more about the Altar Billies at http://www.myspace.com/altarbillies

* Also watch for the reissue of The Altar Boys ‘Gut Level Music’ slated for reissue from Intense Millennium Records in January 2011.
* Visit www.intensemillennium.com for more details!

ALSO, a new addition to the Saturday Night Line up in the way of Southern California’s very own Silent Rise
(featuring former members of East West / Seven System / Once to Die)

SILENT RISE

Of all things used, tattered and destroyed. Amidst the confusion of an unloving world….. we are…. The Resistance” -Silent Rise


From out of the ashes of East West comes Silent Rise! Silent Rise is the inspiration of former EW bassist James “J.J.” Jenkins. Silent Rise’s mission is not only to entertain but to bring hope to the hopeless and to share something the world greatly needs… love.

Learn more about Silent Rise at www.silentrise.com

We have also added a brand new sponsor along for the ride for this years show!!!

C28 Christian Stores
C28 is a Christian retail store chain, offering an alternative to the mainstream mall stores. The Christian clothing, music, jewelry and accessories reflect a clean positive Christian lifestyle!C28 stands for Colossians 2:8 Not Of This World (NOTW) and all about Jesus!
Be sure and check them out at www.c28.com or stop by and check out one of their retail outlets if you live in California!

Tickets for this year’s show are available at www.ticketweb.com or www.ticketmaster.com

IF YOU LIVE IN SO CAL AND WOULD LIKE TO HELP DISTRIBUTE FLYERS AND POSTERS SHOOT US AN EMAIL!!

Hope to see you there!

Visit Roxx productions for full details!

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