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Mr. Lewis and The Funeral 5
"The brilliance of Delirium Tremendous is in the eclecticism of the music. The willingness to blend fat analog synths or harpsichords with horns and a whole variety of percussive instruments makes Mr. Lewis and the Funeral 5 sound like a sideshow orchestra that blows through town, leaving nothing but stories in its wake. Close your eyes and you can practically see the black feathers and sequins of burlesque shows from coast to coast spinning this record."- Blog Rocking Beats
"...it’s often truly tremendous – and not just per the songwriting, emoting and collaborative energy. There’s also a sense of humor. And the band’s retro affectations go beyond affectation: This isn’t a let’s-play-with-retro-‘cause-it’s-fun thing. These guys so effectively evoke an outdated vibe; they could inspire a filmmaker to write an opus to-go-with."- Mary Leary, My Old Kentucky Blog
Izzy and the Catastrophics
Izzy and the Catastrophics are a road-hardened band of five crack musicians from New York City. Izzy Zaidman is the former lead guitar player for Wayne "The Train" Hancock (Texas swing legend) and is prominently featured on his Viper of Melody album. Now fronting his own band, Izzy’s style stems from 50's Rock & Roll a la Chuck Berry mixed with vintage surf & country fried jazz. The band has over 5 hours of rehearsed material and the ability to tone it up or down depending on the venue and the crowd’s desire for a rowdy rock n’ roll band, swanky swing or mellow background jazz.The band has been billed with acts such as Reverend Horton Heat, Royal Crown Revue, Lucky Tubb, Sublime with Rome, and even Snoop Dogg. The band averages 225 shows throughout the US and Europe each year and are definitely worth it!
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