But in my pint glass when I go
Just pour Death By Rock and Roll...

(Sorry, I just couldn't help myself.)

The Maine-made smash hit Death By Rock and Roll just celebrated 3 weeks atop Billboard's Mainstream Rock chart.

The band came to Halo Studio in Portland for their upcoming album and worked with Jonathan Wyman. Frontwoman Taylor Momsen even moved to Maine as reported by News Center Maine.

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One thing the band will come to realize is that here in Maine we go hard for our own. The Pretty Reckless has long solidified their spot in the rock community, but we couldn't be more excited to watch that success continue to unfold with the new single and upcoming album.

Popular Yarmouth restaurant The Garrison with owner and chef Christian Hayes at the helm also couldn't be more excited to support the band and Wyman's work.

Since the pandemic arrived and took a devastating toll on the restaurant industry Hayes has been shifting, modifying, and adapting to the new (hopefully temporary) normal and has been getting creative with cocktails to go.

The cocktail menu is changing every few weeks to keep the selection fun and exciting. Hayes recently rolled out; Long Strange Trip, Nothing Is_Real, a Dolly Parton inspired cocktail, Workin' 9 To 5, and finally, inspired by Jonathan Wyman and The Pretty Reckless, Death By Rock and Roll.

And it looks DELICIOUS.

In the continued efforts to adapt to the current times, The Garrison rolled out ThoroughFare for elevated burgers, salads, and more, as well as beer, white, and the coveted cocktails. They have limited outdoor seating, or you can opt for curbside pickup and enjoy at home. You can call to order or use the Toast Takeout app.

Cheers to talented Mainers behind the mic, the mixer, and the bar.

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