The real question is… why wouldn’t you?
My introduction to Sweet Crude this year at SXSW almost won them the SXSW2019 Jammies award. They were *that* good. And there was fried chicken! They were entertaining AF and quite talented to boot. This band, hailing from NoLA, mostly sings in French and everyone in the band seems to play drums. Their music makes you want to move (both in a dancing way and in a ‘why don’t I live in NoLA?’ way). I don’t think you’ll want to miss this show.
They are opening for a band about whom I know nothing except the name and what The Chapel wrote about them. The Teskey Brothers is the band and this is what The Chapel wrote… ‘Honouring that old school Motown sound and working it into something of their very own, the band have received widespread acclaim for their gorgeous debut album Half Mile Harvest. A raw combination of soul and blues, the record has warmed the hearts of listeners everywhere with it’s melancholic, analogue tones.’
Sounds good, right? And you know what? If they aren’t my jam, I’ll be fine paying $20 to see Sweet Crude open for them. See you by 9 at The Chapel tonight?
2 thoughts on “Sweet Crude tonight (May 25th) at The Chapel”
How’d you like that show last night ? Amazing talent up there from start to finish .
I always know it’s going to be a good when I see you and Rod in your usual spots !
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Blue Summit was AMAZING; I thoroughly enjoyed Molly Tuttle and Molly and Sully playing together as well. Will I see you tonight? Sweet Crude is a good time!