The Lights Out aren’t afraid to take chances.
Parlour Bells’ tactful mix of songs and showmanship never gets old.
Some bands can’t handle a late slot on a school night. Other bands put on their shiny jackets and step onto that stage like there’s no place else they’d rather be.
Oh, Parlour Bells, how you enchant.
Saint Nicklin & Co. were a fine-tuned rock ‘n’ soul machine at The Sinclair.
Parlour Bells was the first Boston act to grace the stage of the newly-opened Sinclair.
Phil Aiken has assembled a most impressive troupe to help him deliver a fantastic set.
Have you ever wanted to hear the history of Parlour Bells told over a stylish rendition of “Pet Names?”
Here are Goddamn Glenn & The Parlour Bells Players doing that old Irving Berlin standard “Get Thee Behind Me Satan.”
Even high expectations can be exceeded when you take the time to mix a mid-song martini.