Chris Rehm + Andrew Landry + Jack Donovan performing at Breezy’s Spot on March 28, 2012
12.05: Lovey Dovies + Follow That Bird + DJ Brice Nice – The Saint
After a quiet hiatus earlier this year, the unwieldy, gain-driven Lovey Dovies – New Orleans’ own Dinosaur Jr. revivalists – have returned from the ether with a new lineup and a newfound lease on live music. Joined by Austin-based dissonant southern rockers Follow That Bird and one of the Saint’s most well-known late night residents, DJ Brice Nice, James Hayes and co. recently announced, rather abruptly, a comeback show at the Saint this Monday as well as a handful of new recordings to appear on their upcoming sophomore album.
Bands holding pledge drives to raise money for their artistic efforts is nothing new; in the last few years we’ve seen locals Sun Hotel solicit donations when they wanted to release their debut album on vinyl, Cliff Hines do the same to bring his Quintet to the East Coast, and Royal Teeth ask for the […]
Gold And The Rush + PALS + Chilldren performing at Breezy’s Spot Riverbend on November 11, 2011
New Grass Country Club + Native America performing at Breezy’s Riverbend on September 9, 2011 for the Chinquapin Records Back To School BBQ “Chindig”
He’s My Brother She’s My Sister + Alexis Marceaux + Dominique Lejeune performing at Breezy’s Spot on July 29, 2011
07.29: He’s My Brother She’s My Sister – Breezy’s Spot
He’s My Brother She’s My Sister – led by real-life sibling songwriting team Robert and Rachel Kolar and featuring a tap-dancing percussionist – make their return to New Orleans with a stop at Breezy’s Spot, the type of cozy and funked-out performance space that should perfectly complement the bouncy nostalgia of their glamed-up folk-pop.