Since their first show way back in 2008, critics and fans knew there was something unique about OldJack. Hailed as the most underrated band in Boston, with three guitars, bass, drums, organ/keys, a female background singer, and a front man from yesterday, OldJack belts out their original material with lots of harmonies, big vocals, and guitar solos galore.
From being the underdog, wild card winning, reprieved Rock n’ Roll Rumble finalists to Boston Music Awards nominees and a staple of multiple music festivals in the northeast – OldJack has firmly planted their feet in the New England Music Scene, making music for music’s sake.
While the members have changed and the band has grown in numbers (they currently bring 7-8 people to the stage), the band is constantly developing and exploring its signature Old Soul Rock ‘n’ Roll sound.
OldJack’s catalog includes multiple EPs since its creation, Union Glory and Gone Before You Know, a Maxi-Single and the While Label Single Series. In 2014, they put out their first full-length album since the band’s debut, What Is Home To You. The collection of eight tracks pays homage to the band’s influences and styles that have had critics wondering where to classify them for years.
The band has recently returned from taking time to work on new tracks and perfect their live show with the addition of multiple new members. Be on the lookout for OldJack in concert at a show near you, and a second full-length album for release in 2016.
The Daylilies are a band composed of living relics of Boston rock and roll history, including
Ad Frank (…and the Fast Easy Women, Lifestyle), Matt Klain (Mistle Thrush), Mike Quinn (Reverse, Dragstrip Courage), Adam Goodwin (Joe Turner and Seven Levels, PermaFrost) and Maine native Laura England Klain (The Feather Lungs, The Sweet Terror).
Drawing on this extensive and highly impressive experience, their sound can most easily be described as “pop,” though electronic rock, post-grunge and new wave are also frequently accurate. Cell tower triangulationfinds their sound somewhere between Garbage, The Cars and Low.
Devil Love is the end result of singer/songwriter Peter Buzzelle’s quest to front a rhythmically heavy and guitar-driven, melodic “indie rock” band that melds together influences of 90s alternative rock, 70s Stones-meets-Zeppelin thump, and the pop-laden hooks of Big Star and Elliott Smith.
Must be 21+
Doors at 8
$10 adv/$15 at the door