Langhorne Slim can break any law he wants.
While I was sitting in the tattoo chair slacking off with an old friend from Oklahoma last week, my best friend Alex Cutter was doing my job. She had a blast at the Bluebird Theatre without me, so she’s sitting in at the desk this week. And she wanted everyone to know that tattoos don’t make the rockstar, the music does! So here’s Alex:
You missed out if you weren't at the Bluebird Theatre last week to boogie to Langhorne Slim & The Law. Not a one was left disappointed. The band's new record, The Spirit Moves, expresses newly-sober frontman Sean Scolnick's personal intent to refine, but never suppress the wild within. The show was an obvious totem to the crazy in us all.
Scolnick was a dancing machine, writhing and sweating both on stage and amidst the audience. And The Law, a mismatch of old and new members, held down the raucous beat with some infectious bass and drums. Not to mention those flawless three-part harmonies! It was a high-energy mix of folk and funk, keeping the crowd grooving and the temperature high. Scolnick's voice and brutally honest lyrics are not to be missed by any music fan. This tour presents a definite show for the books!
-David Landry and Alex Cutter at the desk
David’s Guest Alex Cutter: I’m a Colorado native who loves to create art and drink too much beer. When I’m not working or playing outside, I’m going to shows and listening to music, so I hope to check out more of you through BolderBeat!