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.
No benefit for Barbara Walsh would have been complete without Watts ripping it up for the Radio crowd.
Short set? Yeah, The Dirty Truckers got pinched. Still, I’ll take a short set over no set any day with these guys…
The Dirty Truckers reminded everyone that they’re one of the best rock ‘n’ roll bands around, not that we’d forgotten.
Watts’ sound starts with Cheap Trick and The Rolling Stones. Then it adds liberal doses of The Psychedelic Furs and both varieties of The Heartbreakers. It’s a good sound.
The Dirty Truckers show at Radio was fun. Everybody played. Everybody got on stage.
Watts was the seventh band to play at Radio. When they performed the song “Radio”, they fourth band to perform a song with the club’s name in the title.
Watts On The Dial 2010 Watts are back. Guess what? They still sound like Watts. Are you surprised? You shouldn’t be. Watts have their sound and they’re sticking to it. On The Dial is well rounded power pop with its roots in good old fashioned rock n’ roll. The album opens with the one-two punch [...]
What do you get when you take 1/2 of the original incarnation of The Rudds and mix it with 3/4 of the latest version of The Dirty Truckers?
Watts deliver a smokin’ version of their song “Afterburn”.