Lahey is serving up her own ultra-modern, brooding spin on folk pop.
This Saturday, October 21 at 8:00pm at The Ship Pub.
“In a recent interview with Noisey, Brandon Flowers, said that new rock bands haven’t been achieving widespread popularity in recent times because “there hasn’t been anybody good enough. I submit that he’s in need of perspective, just as I was ten years ago “dancing” to Mr. Brightside at Lottie’s with my sixth White Russian sloshing in hand.”
4 artists went into the night with 5 nominations each: Janet Cull, Ian Foster, Steve Maloney and The Once, while 3 names left with three trophies a piece: Steve Maloney, Janet Cull, and The Kubasonics.
“It’s a concept album that tells the story of a man struggling with mental illness after the loss of his significant other.”
While audiences are encouraged to bring their kids, the performers aren’t playing music written for kids.