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.
In addition to hosting the Hot Stove Cool Music show to raise money for The Foundation To Be Named Later, Mike O’Malley took a turn with the house band to sing “Glad And Sorry.” Oh, you can also find photos of Mr. O’Malley in these posts. Go take a look. You’ve earned it.
The Boston rock hit parade just keeps on comin’ at Hot Stove Cool Music. Here’s The Gravel Pit laying it down for a good cause.
Will Dailey was dubbed the future of Hot Stove Cool Music before his short set at The Paradise. Once unleashed, he lived up to the hype. Mr. Dailey and his band delivered an electrifying performance to benefit The Foundation To Be Named Later
What would Hot Stove Cool Music be without a shoot-from-the-hip set by the Hot Stove All Stars? A rotating cast of well-known characters took to The Paradise stage with smiles on their faces and songs in their hearts. Good times for a good cause.
Jingle, jangle, jingle! Eric Salt & The Electric City kicked the Q Division/Concerted Efforts/Moontower Holiday Party into high gear with a boisterous set.
Will Dailey had a big year. He brought a big band to the small confines of the Q Division/Concerted Efforts/Moontower Holiday Party for a memorable set.
I will listen in a car.
I will listen in a bar.
I will go to Atwood’s Tavern
I will go where’er they have ’em.
I will watch them here or there.
I will watch them anywhere.
I do so like Airport the band.
I do so like them, music fan.