Good Clean Fun....
Beautiful Day @ Old 78. Probably the most people I've seen there.
my musical review....
Wildcat O'Halloran Band - probably a localish band, sounded tight. Solid female vocals. Did some Bluesy good stuffn
Hot Day at the Zoo - Mike Dion has recently left the band. This was the first time I've seen them in a long time. Still sound really good. Love JT's playing, Jed's beat & Jon's songwriting. Nick, the new guy, tickles a nice key too. I think they should change their name though.
Adam Ezra - Acoustically organic (un-amplified) set in the middle of the field with Turtle, drummer on cajon & fiddle player with the hot sun beating down on them. Always nice to see good true acoustic music.
Melanie & The Blue Shots - Very local band, who I would probably see often if I were a local.
Start Making Sense - Talking Heads tribute band. Very tight band from PA. Lots of dancing going on during their set. They closed with a Hall & Oates song as I guess they also double as another tribute band. As tribute bands go, they're right up there with the Peacheaters.
Mr. Noizy & The Sparkplugs - 2 sets that will be easily forgotten.
Girls Guns & Glory - Countryish. I've enjoyed these cats ever time I've seen them. played a nice chunk of dead everyone was getting down to.
The Alchemisfits - Very fun set, took me back to some of the ol' skool Alchemystic daze. The band held a tight groove for the mc's (5 total, I think) to freestyle & sing songs about parenting.
Roots Of Creation - Always good to see. Representing the 603 well.