If Wonder Woman and Captain America got married, you might imagine there’d be some pretty interesting guest at the reception. You’d be right. So when Bert from Sesame Street, Super Chicken, Barry Gibb, Vincent Vega, Buddy the elf, the milkman, a flapper, Mr. Moxie, Matthew Crawley, The Penguin and
Brendan Haley J Mascis a wizard guy get up and play some Stones, Cheap Trick, Tom Petty and ‘Mats covers you shouldn’t be surprised. No, instead you should be thankful you have a pocket camera and snap a couple of pictures.
Oh, and you haven’t lived until you’ve seen Bert sing “Here Comes A Regular.”
Are you NUTZ?!?! Are you AQUANUTZ?!?! AWWWW YEAH!
OK, I don’t know where I’m going with this. Let’s jump to the photos. Here’s Aquanutz at Once to help out a friend in need.
I’m probably the last person to post photos of Aquanutz from The Drax release show. So be it. Here are a few more shots of Boston’s finest hairspray and leather revelers headed out to where the down boys go.
The TT’s Holiday Party closed out with a set of hair metal classics from Aquanutz. There were ample amounts of hairspray and high-proof alcohol in use for authenticity. Both fueled a kind of debauchery fitting of the source material. I’m pretty sure this show landed a few people on the naughty list.
D-Tension brought his genre-blending Secret Project to the Theater 1 Stage of the Revere Hotel for the 2014 Boston Music Awards.
The Shods. Rock ‘n’ Roll. 25 years of On the Town with Mikey Dee. Good people. Good times.
D-Tension’s Secret Project was recently unveiled at The Middle East Downstairs. Backed by the tight and versatile Secret Project Band, D-Tension hosted a slew of talented collaborators to perform the electro-pop hits of the companion album. Cool idea. Well executed. Fun night.
This was The Shods’ second appearance in a Rumble Finals. Most bands aren’t so lucky.
The first time, back in 1999, The Sheila Divine won it all. I wasn’t there that night, but I can almost guarantee that there were many in attendance who felt The Shods were robbed. It happens every year. Such is The Rumble.
In 2011, The Shods returned to The Rumble Finals. This time, Anngelle Wood brought them back as the special guest band. Good call, Anngelle.* A raucous and rowdy set from The Shods was a great way to end a Rumble that truly was a celebration of Boston rock ‘n’ roll.
*Seriously, how great of a job did Anngelle Wood do putting this thing together? It boggles the mind.