Here are four things The Rationales had me thinking about after their recent set at Cuisine en Locale. And some photos.
The band may be crammed into the corner of the bar area and the lighting may be non-existent, but I’m happy because The Rationales sound really good.
I love seeing The Rationales around the holidays.
The Rationales played the songs that make the whole club sing at the On the Town with Mikey Dee 25th Anniversary show.
The Rationales are top notch. Top notch, I tell ya!
The Rationales always have a way of putting a smile on my face.
What a great night of music this has been. It’s the Walter Sickert And The Army Of Broken Toys album release show. We’ve already had killer sets by Ruby Rose Fox and The Field Effect. Now, The Rationales are closing with their song “Let It Go.” So good. So, so good.
This was the first Boston area show for The Rationales with Chad Raleigh on guitar.
The Rationales were the first band to play at Radio. It’s only fitting that they take part in the venue’s first anniversary show.
I’m alive and well at Radio, but I feel like I’ve died and gone to well-crafted-pop-n-roll heaven. We’re spoiled, folks.