The Dents were the final act of the Bands For Babs benefit.
Confining The Dirty Truckers to Moe’s Lounge made it inevitable that their set at Bands For Babs would be hot, loud, sweaty and a little rambunctious.
Devil On Horseback can riff with the best of ’em. That’s exactly what they did at Bands For Babs.
Having Reverse play in a basement is a good way to see if the local building inspectors have been doing their job. These guys put Moe’s Lounge to the test during Bands For Babs.
No benefit for Barbara Walsh would have been complete without Watts ripping it up for the Radio crowd.
Gymnasium put their top-notch, classic rock inspired sound through its paces at Radio as part of the Bands For Babs benefit.
Spin-Off! kicked off the second night of the Band For Babs benefit at Radio with a set of witty indie-pop.
Old school metal for a good cause. Rule closed out the first night of Bands For Babs at Radio.
The Charms brought their electric sound to Moe’s Lounge as part of the Bands For Babs benefit.
There was plenty of heart at Bands For Babs. Jenny Dee & The Deelinquents brought the soul…