It was my first time hearing Adam sing, and he's pretty good. The best part is it's really about the music. Even when he's singing the band is jamming. He's a great guitar player and he and the other guitar really brought it. The drums and bass were good, but probably a notch below the other 2. But, still great, especially the way they jammed.
I also stayed for a little of Brooklyn Boogaloo Blowout, which was also great. Nice and jamming and grooving. I think I heard them say they have a sax that was going to show up late. Adam also played with them. It was awesome, but I was falling asleep due to exhaustion, so I couldn't stay that long and left around 12:45.
It's not pasting nicely, but here's tonight's linup. Lackawanna did 2 sets last night and I might have to check it out again tonight.
Saturday, February 2, 2008 - Ground Hog Day
|10:15 pm|| Lackawanna |
Stunning supergroup featuring Adam Levy and Jason Crigler (guitars), Jonathan Maron (bass) and Dan Rieser (drums)
|12:30 am||Glenn Patscha and Tony Leone (Ollabelle)|