Rock & Pop, Seasonal Special Happenings

The Reverend Peyton's Big Damn Band/Whiskey Daredevils/Tom Evanchuck & the Old Money

When: Thu., April 23, 9 p.m. 2015

Led by husky-voiced singer who calls himself Reverend Peyton, the Reverend Peyton’s Big Damn Band plays music that’s a blend of genres. They toss in a little country, a little ZZ Top-inspired blues and a little punk. Their new album So Delicious kicks off with the rollicking “Let’s Jump a Train,” a song about raising hell that features constipated vocals and Petyon’s distinct guitar licks (he employs a a unique style of fingerpicking). The shimmering guitars in “Pot Roast and Kisses” sound like Up on the Sun-era Meat Puppets and a heavy blues guitar riff carries the dirge “Dirt.” The group has played some 250 annual road dates during the last eight years and has played festivals such as Austin City Limits, Glastonbury, Bonnaroo, WOMAD, Telluride, Cambridge Folk, All Good, King Biscuit, Juke Joint and DelFest. "Raise a Little Hell," a terrific twangy tune on So Delicious, seems to be the band's mantra so expect tonight's show to be a rowdy one. (Niesel)

Price: $15

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