I frequently go down to Delaware to visit my Dad in Wilmington so I thought why not visit, celebrate my birthday and play a show all at once. It was a fun weekend we drank, laughed, visited http://decontemporary.org/ and played a show at 1984! Good times.
We had a great time at Bourbon & Branch. Thanks to Thick Red Wine, Mother Moses and Ellen Siberian Tiger for the great show!
Hello and good day! We’re playing a show at the wonderful Bourbon & Branch on June 29th. I love this venue for many reasons, they pay attention to the details of sound mixing and acoustics and have a passion and understanding of music & sound that is refreshing to see in a small venue. It’s a great place to play or attend a show as an audience member. We’ll be joined by two other awesome bands from Boston, whose members met at Berkeley, named Ellen Siberian Tiger and Mother Moses. Plus, you get to indulge in B&B’s sweet selection of food and drinks while listening to some killer live music. So put your kids to bed and pry yourself away from your laptop and come see this show before we’re all dead!
Check out Ellen Siberian Tiger here: https://ellensiberiantiger.bandcamp.com
Check out Mother Moses here: https://mothermoses.bandcamp.com
The Wild Reed’s, Port Arthur, Michael J. Vitale Band
705 N 2nd St
Philadelphia, PA 19123
Our friend Ben had lent Luke his old bass head for this show. When Luke plugged it in and there was no sound, my heart sank. My spirits were soon lifted though when the bass player from ‘Black Market Revolution’ lent us his head and we were rocking in no time. Luke said I was moving my hips a lot during this show which I now regret. Soon after, Ben joined the band on bass but he played through my head. A 70s acoustic head vs a broken GK is a no brainer to me.
I will be doing a live broadcast on Concert Window which starts at 8:00pm EDT TONIGHT! Tune in from anywhere! It will happen at https://www.concertwindow.com/91749-michael-j-vitale. Hope you can join me!