Daddy Long Legs | Blues Night at the Colony!

When

Wed, Feb 7, 2024    
8:00 pm

Where

Colony Woodstock NY
22 Rock City Rd, Woodstock, New York

Event Type

New York City’s most diabolical Rhythm & Blues street gang aren’t back, they never left. In dark times they continue to shine their light everywhere they go leaving a piece of themselves on stage every night because it’s in them and it’s got to come out.
Now the sharp dressed trio turned quartet have made their post pandemic return to the studio to present their latest offering “Street Sermons” (Yep Roc 2023) An album of the times, for the times by a band of the people.
The first single “Nightmare” is a scream worthy rocker about dealing with a world gone wrong…. “We’re livin’ a nightmare and this world is condemned; I’ll see you if this nightmare ever ends” shouts frontman Brian Hurd. Meanwhile, “Rockin’ My Boogie” lets the listener know when it’s our time to go Daddy Long Legs will be the band leading the funeral parade!
“Harmonica Razor” – Is a dangerous ditty which shows off Hurds prowess on the instrument and “Star” proves the band can cool things down and deliver a country blues ballad of the highest order when the time calls for it. The new LP also features some guest appearances from John Sebastian (Lovin’ Spoonful) and Wreckless Eric of “Whole Wide World” fame.
Over the last decade these gentlemen have burned down houses the world over with their explosive fire ceremony and have amassed a cult like following all their own with a tough to beat reputation for being one of the finest live acts on the road today. The boys recently returned from their first tours in Australia and New Zealand where they unveiled their new killer 4 piece format with Dave Klein on Piano who joins the original lineup of Hurd, Aktürk & Styles.
Their previous album Lowdown Ways (Yep Roc 2019) reached number 4 on the billboard blues charts and received 4 stars from rolling stone magazine who called it “Chicago blues fired at the moon played by the demented children of the pretty things”. Their first two Norton Records albums “Evil Eye” and “Blood From A Stone” are now considered rare and out of print.
$10-20 Suggested Donation