Aquanutz, you play hair metal covers in Boston and I love you for it. Thanks.
If you’re going to throw a big birthday bash for your club with 14 bands over 12 hours, you better make sure whoever plays last can bring it. Good job, Brownboot.
Brownboot slayed with their Rumble set.
When Aquanutz opened with “Slide It In”, I knew this show was going to exceed my already high expectations.
I’ve been to all three shows of their Moe’s Lounge residency and I still can’t figure out what the hell a Shakes & Pony Show is.
After seeing Amy Griffin play with a bunch of different bands, it was nice to see her doing some songs on her own.
It’s night #2 of the Shakes & Pony Show residency at Moe’s Lounge. There’s a band on stage. They sure sound like Brownboot.
Welcome to The Shakes & Pony Show…
It’s MixTape 1988. Someone has to play “Kokomo”. In this case, it’s six somebodies dressed in Hawaiian shirts, short shorts and mustaches. Magnum Force.
Bright Lights, Big Rod. Let that sink in for a minute.