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GL Music: Earl Greyhound in Williamsburg

September 17th, 2008 · 2 Comments

The good vibes will be buzzing tonight when Earl Greyhound plays at Public Assembly for the Blown Speaker Presents: Handsome Devil showcase. These guys (and a lady) will, ahem, “rock your faces” with irresistibly sing-a-long-able, fuzzed-out songs. Their recorded music bounces and swells with thunderous guitar riffs and stylistic influences of eras past; it’ll steal the live show. When headliner Tigercity hits the stage, we’ll probably still be wondering if Earl Greyhound reminds us most of Led Zeppelin, Cat Stevens, or early Aerosmith. But by then we might not care, either– we’ll have been too busy getting our faces rocked off. There will be more Earl Greyhound shows in NYC: Gimme Shelter Rock And Rescue”>October 6 @ Highline Ballroom and Portugal. The Man“>October 31 @ Bowery Ballroom.
Katie Lee Rush

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2 responses so far ↓

  • 1 Bob Loblaw // Sep 17, 2008 at 2:53 pm

    I liked them best when they were called Humble Pie.

  • 2 veloraptr // Sep 17, 2008 at 11:58 pm

    They were Humble Pie? I thought Humble Pie was a band from the 70’s! They were good, but I’m not sure that they could– ahem– rock your face off. A cross between Led Zeppelin and Cat Stevens would sound more like Donovan doing Hurdy Gurdy Man. Ya think?