This is Airport. Bands don’t come much better. One day I hope more people realize this. Until then, I’m content to watch these guys fill The Lizard Lounge with their sweet, sweet, ’70s-radio-inspired sounds.
Here are Jenny Dee & The Deelinquents rippin’ up the rug at The Lizard. They make it look easy.
Gene Dante And The Future Starlets brought glitz, glamour and a love of all things grandiose to the Lizard Lounge rug.
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.
OldJack had a steady burn going at The Lizard, rolling through a rock solid set of soul-tinged tunes. It felt good to settle into their sound again.
Listening to Nate Leavitt, Dan Nicklin and Magen Tracy sing in three part harmony on a stripped-down version of “Taking The Long Way Home” is everything that’s right in the world. The rest of the set was pretty darn good, too.
Airport. One of my desert island bands. I could watch these guys play all night, but I’ll settle for a closing set at The Lizard.
Here’s the wonderful Eddie Japan laying down a set of their sophisticated pop as part of a great bill with Airport, Soft Pyramids and Eric Salt at The Lizard.
When Soft Pyramids get into their laid back groove, it’s one sweet ride.