On The Town With Mikey Dee just celebrated it’s 25th Anniversary with a fantastic show at TT’s. If you’re not familiar with who Mikey Dee was and why this radio show carries his name and why he was so important to the Boston music scene and why everyone who ever met him loved him and misses him, I humbly suggest you go read up about the history of the man and the show here.
Butterknife got the celebration started with their punchy indie rock tunes.
Well, if you’re going to have a best set ever, The Rumble is a great time to do it. Fresh off the Day of Rest, Butterknife opened Rumble Prelim Night #4 with a precision set of future indie rock anthems.
Rock ‘N’ Roll Rumble 2014 Prelim Night #4
Western Education (Winner)
Butterknife brought their exemplary indie rock songs to TT’s Wednesday night. It was great. Next month, they return to TT’s for the Rock ‘N’ Roll Rumble. I expect more greatness.
Here’s Butterknife at TT’s. They’re releasing their fantastic new Attractions EP. Their set is a lesson in how to shine in the face of diversity. Date and venue changes threatened to derail this moment, but Butterknife are having none of that. Bravo, gentlemen. Bravo.
Change of venue? No problem. Change of date? No probl… er… one problem. No drummer. Get Jim Theodore from Butterknife to fill in? Problem solved. The Susan Constant helped make the Butterknife EP release the special night it was. They even covered a Butterkife song for the occasion! Awwww…
Butterknife have some of the best songs in this city. Don’t take my word for it. Go check out the fantastic Do The Needful. Then come back to look at these pictures of the band opening The Susan Constant’s sold out EP release show at The Middle East Upstairs.