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NORMAL IS NOTHING is the first album from Kids With Guns.

Kids With Guns are Adam Nicholas Copeland, Gary Laurie, Lloyd Naideck, and Scott Thompson. The album was recorded by Adam at Room 210 in Passaic NJ. It was mixed by Adam, and then mastered by Scott.

All words by Adam. Songs and arrangements by Kids With Guns. Music on 1,2,3,8 written by Adam. Music on 4,5,6,7 written by Gary.

Thanks to our friends and family.

And finally, we’ll be opening up day two of the Tiny Giant Summer Bummer at Asbury Lanes, which is a benefit to aid victims of Hurricane Sandy. We go on at 2pm sharp, and then Adam has a solo set at 9:30pm. Not only is this Lloyd’s last show for a while, but it appears it is a send-off for a number of bands on the bill. If we have any copies left of NORMAL IS NOTHING, we will probably just give them away for free if you come say hello.

Two shows left until we’re on hiatus. This is a pretty important one:  a benefit show to help fund a charity made in the memory of the mother of a dear friend to the band. 100% of the door is going to the charity and we’ll also be handing out FREE copies of NORMAL IS NOTHING with your admission. 

KIDS WITH GUNS
NORMAL IS NOTHING

JUNE 21 2013

KIDS WITH GUNS at Lamp Post, May 18

Music starts at 10pm

May 18 2013
DC’s Tavern - 382 2nd Street
Jersey City, NJ

w/ Morning…, Bicycle Boys, Dollys

KIDS WITH GUNS at DC’s Tonight

Music starts at 8pm sharp. Be sharp.

April 18 2013
DC’s Tavern - 505 8th Street
Hoboken, NJ

www.dcstavern.com

w/ Cicada Radio 

THURSDAY MARCH 28 - 8PM - FREE SHOW
M.R.SMITH, INVISIBLE LINES, COTTON, OLA MADRID, KIDS WITH GUNS
THE CROSSROADS - 78 NORTH AVE GARWOOD NJ
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Tierney’s Tavern
Montclair, New Jersey, USA
March 16, 2012

Our first show, we’re on first, so be punctual, have a few pints and wear ear plugs. We promise that we aren’t just going to play “Shade” 10 times in a row.

Also, Adam produced “Faux Real”, the second full-length album for The Frozen Gentlemen, which you will get a copy of with your $10 admission fee.