The First Acoustic Sunday Show at Mr. D’s
The Feast of Noise had its first show at Mr. D’s this past Sunday, March 16th. Basically four artists performing acoustic blues, classic rock, and pop. We had our three featured artists, John Santiago, John Black, and Dinosaur Lightning do their thing, and Ralph Conte of the Riff Bangers, who also joined in and did some of his tunes and some classic rockers.
Ladies and gentleman the idea works-you have a mix of featured artists and invite all to join in and you have a cool Sunday afternoon.
It was a very cool acoustic show ranging from the blues, with covers of Stevie Ray Vaughn, a couple Hendrix tunes, and even a Zeppelin classic, What is and What Should Never Be. We had a Foo Fighters cover and the Credence tune, Have You Ever Heard the Rain.
So you got a dash of something you know, and yet everyone who performed was doing some of their own tunes too, so we got something new and different too. Basically four different artists, four different directions and all done with acoustic guitar and voice. and everybody had a good time.
Those in the audience were digging what they were hearing. We had maybe 20 folks pass thru, So an alright beginning. It was a good afternoon and evening, and the Feast of Noise will back on March 30th with an even better show! Right now the roster includes Brian Grosz, Karascene, Statues of Liberty, and John Black, who did not have enough this past Sunday.
See you on the 30 at Mr D’s in Yonkers.