Eric Salt & The Electric City lit up the Q Division Holiday Party. See what I did there? Oh, and another photo of Dan Nicklin in a Santa hat.
I’m always down for some Jenny Dee & The Deelinquents. The Q Division Holiday Party made good.
Here are Jenny Dee & The Deelinquents rippin’ up the rug at The Lizard. They make it look easy.
Eric Salt and Mike Oram were on the rug as I settled in for another night of wonderful music at The Lizard. Their set of ’80s tunes included the best cover of The Cars’ “Let’s Go” I’ve ever heard. Well done.
Eric Salt & The Electric City closed out a night of great songs performed by fantastic musicians at a wonderful club. I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again. We’re lucky to have people like this in our town.
Jenny Dee & The Deelinquents are Jeff Lynne’s dream R&B band. Or maybe they’re Darlene Love’s favorite new wave band. I can never remember which it is. No matter. They were their usual fantastic selves at The Sinclair.
The good people of Gloucester were spoiled with a great double bill at Mile Marker One to close out July. After Sidewalk Driver livened the place up, Jenny Dee & The Deelinquents took to the corner of the tent and ripped out a fantastic mix of originals and covers. This is one heck of a band.
A last minute addition to an already stacked bill, Eric Salt played a few songs that sounded great on a hot summer night.
What do you do when you’re at a wedding and Eric Salt is playing a subtly brilliant version of “Fly By Night” for solo guitar at the conclusion of a wonderfully unique ceremony in scenic Sunapee, NH? You sneak a picture, of course.
What would Hot Stove Cool Music be without a shoot-from-the-hip set by the Hot Stove All Stars? A rotating cast of well-known characters took to The Paradise stage with smiles on their faces and songs in their hearts. Good times for a good cause.