As history has proven, every Slambovian Towne Crier show stands the test of time (real, imagined, Slambovian) and this — the Band’s last area performance before finishing their forthcoming album and heading out to enchant the Northeast and UK territories, promises to be even more so, oh by jingo.
In their many mythic ch-ch-ch-changes, our homegrown “Heroes” have paid their props to Dylan, The Fabs, Sid Barrett and Joey Ramone, just to name a few. On Saturday, April 23, at their home base, the Slambovians will pay extended homage to a man they encountered professionally and we all knew — David Bowie — as only they can. Think “Life On Mars?” “After All” “Black Country Rock” And while you’re imagining a Slambovian Bowie fest, imagine a few sneak peeks at the new album alongside a host of Slambovian classics. Imagine all this and the first Hudson Valley show welcoming new powerhouse drummer Felipe Torres. TICKETS
-Mike Jurkovic, Rock & Roll Curmudgeon