, attached to 2011-11-13

Review by mavisdavis

mavisdavis A very unique Old New England venue and as stated above, very small but very funky. It made perfect sense given Mike's penchant for the odd and unusual. Sound was killer and it was clear the band had a blast as did those few in attendance. I did not know the Gillian Welch tune but it stood out. Great space and lighting during River Niger and the Things That Make You, Babylon Baby set closer was complete up tempo energy. I'm a sucker for a Little Feat tune and Sailin' got us underway for the second shift. Black Tambourine got the crowd rowdy and Mike was literally running in place while playing that bass. Super fun moment as he was clearly feeling it. The rest of the second set was top notch with a well played Sugar Shack, Idea close out. The encore was a pure rock and roll pounding. Great show, Mike's band has it going on. Look forward to the Old New England Calvin in Hamp show. Let's get some fan support for these guys, they're nailing it!


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